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Michigan Electronic Grants SystemMEGShttp://megs.mde.state.mi.us/megs/MEGS Overview and Updates for 2008-2009DLEG Adult EducationSection 107

Last Updated: 8/11/2008

megs introduction and update
MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Introduction and Update
what is megs
What is MEGS?
  • Apply for grants and other applications online
  • Common look and feel for all applications
  • Program Office review and comment on applications
  • Amendments online
  • Grant reporting online
  • Some previous year’s information saved and brought forward, when applicable
  • Up-to-date view of applications
  • Automated generation of e-mail
grants in megs
Grants in MEGS
  • Adult Education: WIA Core Programs, Special Projects, Instructional Initiatives, Section 107
  • OCTP: Tech Prep; CTE Perkins; CIP Self Review
  • Charter Schools: Planning, Implementation & Dissemination
  • Consolidated Application
  • Early On Michigan
  • Even Start
  • Homeless Students
  • Improving Teacher Quality (IHE only)
  • Mathematics & Science Centers
grants in megs 2007 2008 continued
Grants in MEGS 2007-2008 continued
  • Mathematics & Science Partnership
  • Great Start Readiness Program/CNRA (MSRP)
  • Preschool
  • Reading First
  • Regional Literacy Training Centers
  • Safe & Drug Free Schools
  • Section 31a/32e Flexibility
  • Special Education
    • Flowthrough, EOSD
    • Transition Services
  • Summer Migrant
  • Title I School Improvement
  • 21st Century Community Learning Centers
megs update
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
what is needed to use megs
What is needed to use MEGS?
  • An Internet Connection
  • Web Browser -IE 6.0+

-Netscape 7.0+

  • Acrobat Reader 4.0+
  • A Valid MEIS Account entered in MEGS

*If you can, use Internet Explorer.

Internet connection

  • The faster the connection, the easier it is to use MEGS.
  • Beware proxy servers, pop-up blockers, and network security settings.
what is adobe acrobat reader and why do i need it
What is Adobe Acrobat Reader and why do I need it?
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader allows user to view PDF files.
  • PDF stands for “Portable Document Format”.
  • Regular web pages which are programmed in HTML do not always look good when printed.
  • The PDF format was designed for the Web to look consistent each time it is printed.

Once Acrobat Reader is installed, all files in MEGS with the extension .pdf will be opened with the Acrobat Program.

Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded, at no cost, from

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

MEGS supports Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader versions 4.0+

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What is MEIS and how can anaccount be obtained?

MEIS is the Michigan Education Information System.

MEIS provides one system for the management of user accounts for a variety of MDE and education applications.

In order to use MEGS (and potentially other State of Michigan systems) you must first obtain a MEIS account. This can be done by going to the following URL (Website Address) and clicking Create a MEIS Account:

https://cepi.state.mi.us/MEISPublic/

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Confirming your MEIS Account

The final screen will confirm your account.

Hint: Print this page for your records.

Hint: Change your password immediately.

Warning: Passwords are case-sensitive. Your randomly generated password is guaranteed to cause you problems in the future.

Change it immediately after creating your account.

Your MEIS account must be entered in the MEGS database.

Note: Every MEIS application has its own security system.

Need to reset your password? Call the MDE Helpdesk:

(517) 335-0505

(800) 968-2644

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How to access MEGS

If your MEIS account is entered in MEGS, you can log in:

http://megs.mde.state.mi.us/megs/

The first screen provides a link to the login screen and a link to the MEGS Website:

megs website
MEGS Website
  • MEGS Website:
  • Allocations
  • Grant Information
  • MEIS Accounts
  • Peer Reviewers
  • Training
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Logging into MEGS

Use the Login and Password obtained from the MEIS Registration Process to login.

Remember, the MEIS password is case sensitive.

If you receive an error message that you have a valid MEIS account, but are not authorized in MEGS, contact your Authorized Official.

Need to reset your password? Call the MDE Helpdesk:

(517) 335-0505

(800) 968-2644

megs update1
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
designating authorized officials http megs mde state mi us megsweb
Designating Authorized Officialshttp://megs.mde.state.mi.us/megsweb
  • Two Authorized Officials per recipient agency
  • Authorized by the Superintendent / top Administrator
  • Print and send in the MEGS Electronic Form
  • Electronic form is “fillable”
  • You can find forms on the MEGS website
  • Very quick turn-around
  • Log-in to check
megs authorization structure
Level 5 - Authorized Officials

Manage MEGS accounts for district/agency

Designate Application Administrators (Level 4)

Initiate applications

Assign lower security levels to allow edit or view status

Add users to MEGS

Submit, amend and delete applications, amendments, and/or reports

Access to all district applications

Level 4 - Application Administrators

Responsible for managing the application

Initiate assigned applications for own agency

Start modifications or amendments

Assign other users to participate in the grant writing or review process

Notify Authorized Officials to submit applications, modifications and amendments

Initiate and submit reports

MEGS Authorization Structure
other security levels
Level 3b Consortium/Grant Member Program Coordinator

The fiscal agent can add users from consortia organizations. They have permission to work on their budget and narrative only. They can save to no other portions of the grant.

Level 3 Consortium/Grant Member-Authorized Officials

AllAuthorized Officials from Consortia Members are automatically added to the grant with View permissions.

Level 2 - Grant Writers

This level has the ability to input and edit any data.

Level 2c - Financial Officers

This level has the ability to input and edit budget data.

Level 1 – Viewers

This level has the ability to view all parts of the application. Cannot input or edit any information.

Other Security Levels
megs update2
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
authorized officials getting started
Authorized Officials: Getting Started

From the Main Menu, Authorized Officials can:

  • Initiate applications
  • Add users to MEGS
  • Review/edit contact information
  • Assign application security levels
  • Edit agency information
  • Edit personal contact information

Once an application has been initiated, the application will be listed on the Main Menu.

Grants are color coded by years:

2006-2007 aregreen

2007-2008 are red

2008-2009 are blue

main menu getting started
Main Menu: Getting Started

Main Menu Options

  • View/Edit
  • Delete Application
  • Modify Application
  • Amend Application
  • View Reports
  • View History
  • Delete Amendment

Buttons are controlled by the status of the applications.

main menu add users to megs level 5 s can add users to megs
Main Menu:Add Users to MEGSLevel 5’s can add users to MEGS
  • Click the Add Users to MEGS link.
  • Enter up to 10 new users into MEGS:
    • Enter the MEIS Account number
    • District code is set
  • Click Verify to verify users.
  • Check the results of Verify:
    • Check name and agency
    • Invalid MEIS account
    • Already in MEGS
  • Confirm the new users by clicking Save.
  • Go to the Main Menu and click the Application Security Level(s) link to complete the process of giving users access to applications in MEGS.
main menu contact information maintain megs accounts
Main Menu: Contact Information Maintain MEGS Accounts
  • Click the Contact Information link.
  • A list of people associated with the user’s agency who are currently in MEGS is displayed. Each name is a link to a page where that person’s contact information can be edited.

To Edit Contact Information (5’s only):

  • Click the underlined name of the person whose information you wish to edit.
  • Make appropriate changes and click the Save button.
  • Click the Return to Previous Page button to continue.
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Main Menu:Application Security Level(s)

To assign application security level(s) once users are added to MEGS:

  • Select the user from the drop down list and click Go.
  • Assign a security level for each application the user will access.
  • To restrict the access date, change the date in the “Date Begin” field.
  • Click the Save button to save the assignments.

Users can be added even if the application is already initiated.

assigning users grant and consortium members
Grant/consortium member, not the Fiscal Agent, should “Add User to MEGS”, so that the district/agency is correctly assigned

Fiscal Agent must then assign Application Security Level

Assigning Users:Grant and Consortium Members
agency information
Agency Information
  • To Edit the Fiscal Agent’s Information:
  • Go to the Main Menu and click the Edit Your Agency Information link. Only Authorized Officials can use this link.
  • Change the information as needed and click Save. The only information that can be edited is the mailing address, phone number, fax number and e-mail address.
  • When changes are made and approved in School Code Master, MEGS will reflect them the next day. Make permanent changes in School Code Master, instead of in MEGS!
  • Exceptions (use MEGS):
    • Address 2
    • Colleges and Universities
main menu initiating an application 4 s 5 s
Main Menu:Initiating an Application (4’s/5’s)

From the Main Menu:

  • Select the application from the drop down list
  • Options depend upon agency eligibility
  • Click the Initiate button.
  • Option to initiate disappears once the application is initiated.
megs update3
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
application menus
Application Menus

Application Menu

  • Header Details
  • Application Information
  • Management Activities
  • General Information
  • Budget Pages
  • Program Information
  • Attachments
  • Submitting the Application

All applications have a similar look.

Each application type has its own unique features.

NOTE: For Section 107, additional options may appear after the Plan for Program Operation is selected.

avoid back and forward
Avoid Back and Forward

MEGS is a dynamic, database driven, Web application. Content in MEGS changes according to information that is entered into the system. When applicants enter information into the system, it changes the way they see certain parts of the application. Therefore, it is highly recommended that users use the navigation provided within the application.

Using the browser’s Back and Forward buttons to go to a page is not the same as clicking a link to go to exactly the same page. The Back button will simply load the cached (or saved) version of the page that exists on the local hard drive as it was the last time the page was accessed. By using the Back button, the user is not getting the latest information from the website, but rather an “older” saved version of the page.

Avoid the Back and Forward buttons in order to always see the latest information.

header details
Header Details

Application and User Information

Help

Main Menu

Logout

View Comments

Report Menu

ReportErrors

Errors

Application Menu

  • Help – Takes the user to specific help information for each page. This feature is the first source of assistance for questions or problems that users mightencounter.
  • Main Menu – Returns the user to the page with all applications initiated by the user’s agency.
  • Don’t Touch Me! Ignore me at all costs.
  • Application Menu – Returns the user to the “home page” for the application. A feature built into this link is a JavaScript menu that allows quick access to other parts of the application. This menu has links to budget pages and program information.
  • Report Menu – Takes the user to the list of reports for the application.
  • Errors – Tracks the progress of the application and alerts the user when any critical part is not completed. All errors must be addressed in order to submit the application.
  • Report Errors – Alerts the user to any errors in the report. All errors must be addressed in order to submit the report.
  • Logout – Logs the user out of MEGS.
  • Application and User Information – Indicates the application that is currently being worked on, the applicant agency, the application number, and the current user’s name.
important information and assurances and certifications
Important Information and Assurances and Certifications
  • Important Information About the Application

This link opens a page that provides information about the application due date and the pages that must be submitted, as well as the purposes of the programs included in the application.

  • Assurances and CertificationsThis link opens a page that lists a set of conditions that must be followed by recipients of funds for programs included in the application.
add users to application control access to this application
Add Users to Application:Control Access to This Application
  • To Give Users Access to the Application:
  • Go to the “Add Users to this Application” table at the bottom of the page.
  • Enter the MEIS Account IDs of the users to be given access to the application.
  • Select a security level for each new user based on his/her function in the application process.
  • If the user is a contact person for the application, select the type of contact.
  • A Main Contact is required.
  • To activate the users, click the Save button.
edit remove users control access to this application
Edit/Remove Users Control Access to This Application

To Edit or Remove User Access from the Application:

  • Identify users to delete or to temporarily limit their access.
  • To edit the user’s access, make the appropriate changes and click Save.
  • To remove the user, click the box in the “Mark Remove” column to the left of the user’s name and click Save.
  • The removed user will no longer have access to the application unless the user is given access again.
  • If more than 20 users in grant, only Fiscal Agent users show.
  • Select All in drop down to see all users with access to grant.
grant contact information
Grant Contact Information
  • To Assign or Change Contacts:
  • Go to the Control Access to This
  • Application page and make the
  • assignment.
  • Authorized users may delete and
  • replace the Contacts.
  • When the assignment is saved, the
  • Main Contact will be displayed on the
  • Grant Contact and Fiscal Agent
  • Information page.

E-mail Contact, specifies additional recipients of automated MEGS e-mails.

management activities view a pdf of this application
Management Activities: View a PDF of This Application

To View a PDF of the Application:

Click the View a PDFof this application link to generate a printable version of the application.

The PDF will include all information that is entered into the current application.

One Click Solution: email sent when ready

Links are also provided for individual page PDFs.

This feature is provided for agencies to keep a printed copy of the application that the user submitted electronically.

To save the PDF of your completed application, select “File – Save As” and save the file to your hard drive.

Blank PDF is also available.

general information plan of program operation
General Information:Plan of Program Operation

Indicate your Plan for Program Operation. Then, Click Save.

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General Information

If you are operating independently, or as the fiscal agent of a consortium, additional application pages appear.

general information review grant selections
General Information: Review Grant Selections
  • To Review/Change Grant Selections:
  • Click the Review Grant Selections link on the Application Menu.
  • Click the appropriate radio buttons to make any changes in the grants that will be included in the application.
  • Click Confirm to save the changes. If you do not wish to make any changes, click Cancel.
  • Do Not Apply: no intention to apply
  • Apply Now: add all required parts of grant; invokes all error checking

If a district also receives Federal adult education funds, only Tuition/Fees and Other Local funds not already reported in the WIA Core Program application should be reported.

general information additional contact information
General Information:Additional Contact Information
  • Enter contact information
  • Save
  • Be sure to select the WDB Region.
general information adult education program offerings
General Information:Adult Education Program Offerings
  • Enter site Information
  • Save
  • To Add another site, click Add
  • Use “Please select a page to view” to access other sites entered
general information consortiums
General Information:Consortiums
  • Click Add a New Member to add consortium members
  • Select the applicable Funding Source
  • Enter Recipient and Building Codes
  • Click Save Selections
  • MEGS sends consortium invitation e-mails.
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General Information:Consortiums
  • Consortium Member Authorized Officials have an option for Grant Consortium Acceptance Information
  • Services only, Funds and Services (separate budget) or Will Not Participate
general information locally developed consortium agreement
General Information:Locally Developed Consortium Agreement
  • Enter the consortium agreement
  • Save
  • If multiple agreements are used, click Add
budget pages budget navigation
Budget Pages:Budget Navigation

The yellow tinted button denotes the page that the user is currently on.

The blue tinted buttons denote pages that are available to navigate to.

Clicking these buttons will take the user to the corresponding page.

The quick links are available on the red button bar.

The View PDF button will generate a PDF for the current grant source.

  • Budget Tabs and Quick Links
  • These features allow for easy navigation between the numerous budget pages.
  • The tabs are color coded for easy recognition.
  • The yellow tinted tab signifies the current page.
  • The View PDF tab will display a PDF of the current budget page.
  • .

Budget Buttons

The buttons at the bottom of the budget pages serve the same purpose as the tabs for navigation. Instead of returning to the top of the page, clicking any of the buttons will take you to the corresponding page.

budget summary
Budget Summary
  • Budget Totals:
  • The budget totals are displayed with function codes along the left side and object codes across the top.
  • “Ten’s” function codes
  • Budget totals are changed automatically when new budget items are added to the grant.
  • Complete Contact Information (on the bottom of the page):
  • Business Office Representative
  • Project Contact Person
budget pages budget detail
Budget Pages: Budget Detail

The Budget Detail page is an in-depth look at all budget items for the grant.

Each budget item is listed by function code, with the description, any associated FTE and the budgeted amount.

As items are entered into the system, this page is automatically updated and displays the totals.

The title of the item provides a link to the page where the entries for that budget item can be edited.

Items are sorted by function code. Within a function code, items are sorted by object code; and within the object code, items are sorted alphabetically.

budget pages add budget item
Budget Pages: Add Budget Item

To Add a Budget Item:

  • Provide a description of the budget item.
  • Enter amount(s) in the box(es) beneath the

appropriate Object Code(s).

– Only one entry unless personnel.

– All personnel entries must have Salaries and Benefits.

  • After completing the entries, click the Add Item button.

To Edit a Budget Item: Access the budget item from the Budget Detail screen, make the changes, and click Update Item.

To Delete a Budget Item: Access the item from the Budget Detail screen and click Delete Budget Item.

budget pages delete budget detail
Budget Pages: Delete Budget Detail

Use Delete Budget Detail when you are ready to start over.

You clear out the entire budget detail on the page.

One chance to confirm: and then it’s gone!

program information
Program Information

Program information pages are unique for each grant in MEGS.

project narrative
Project Narrative
  • Check one of the options.
  • If the Section 107 funded program and its consortium members, if applicable, are IDENTICAL to WIA Core Programs, check that box and do NOT complete the remainder of the page.
  • Otherwise, all items are required.
expanded menus
Expanded Menus

Expanded menus are used for applications that include multiple copies of a page.

They are also used for sets of related pages under a single heading.

To use the expanded menu:

  • Click the “folder” to expand and see the contents.
  • Re-Click the “folder” to hide the links.
attachments to applications
Attachments to Applications

The link to the page where attachments are uploaded is found in the Attachments section of the Application Menu.

To Upload Attachments:

  • Enter a title for the file.
  • Click Browse and find the file.
  • Select the file and click Open.
  • Click Upload Attachment.
  • To view the attachment, click the link on the Application Menu page or on the page where the attachment is uploaded.
  • To replace an uploaded attachment, follow the instructions above. The new attachment will be uploaded in place of the current attachment.
check errors
Check Errors
  • MEGS performs a check for technical errors and will present the information on this page.
  • Run the error checking until the screen indicates:

No errors have been detected in this application.

submission of the application
Submission of the Application

To Submit an Application:

  • Review Errors on the Application Menu.
  • Notify Authorized Official that the application is complete.
  • AO clicks the Submit Application button on the Application Menu.
  • If there are any errors, an error list will be generated.
  • Once all errors are corrected, return to the Application Menu and click Submit Application.
  • The next page will present conditions to which you must agree upon when submitting the application.
  • After reading and agreeing with the conditions, click the I Agree button to continue.
  • MEGS will display a confirmation page. Print this page to keep as a record of the submission of the application. A link to allow you to access the confirmation page will be created on the Application Menu.
  • MEGS will notify the district Level 5s and the application designated contacts by email that the application has been received.
megs update4
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
application status levels
Application Status Levels

Application Status Levels

  • Applicant Set Status Levels
  • Application In Progress
  • Application Submitted
  • Modifications In Progress
  • Modifications Submitted
  • Amendment In Progress
  • Amendment Submitted
  • Report In Progress
  • Report Submitted
  • Consultant Set Status Levels
  • Review In Progress
  • Modifications Required
  • Program Office Review Complete
  • Grant Funds Available to The Applicant

Status levels are used to track applications within MEGS and are applied at every step of the process.

There are two distinct status categories: Applicant and Consultant.

Applicant status levels that are “in progress” allow the user full access to the application. Submission will “lock” the application to further changes.

Consultant status levels are used to show the level of review or to return the application (e.g. Modifications Required) to the user.

viewing and responding to comments
Viewing and Responding to Comments
  • To View Comments:
  • Click the View Comments link in the header of any page in the application.
  • A separate popup window opens and displays the application checklist with all comments from consultants.
  • Click the Print button to print the checklist with comments.
  • To Respond to Comments :
  • Enter your comments in the Comments to Consultant box under the appropriate page heading in the checklist.
  • Click the Save button to save the comments you have entered.
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Modifications Process

Modifying the Application:

When the application status is Modifications Required, the Modify Application button is “lit” on the application table on the Main Menu page.

Level 4’s and 5’s can click Modify Application to begin revising the application, which changes the status to Modifications in Progress.

Once the status is Modifications in Progress, additional changes are made by clicking the View/Edit button.

Changes made to the application are shown by clicking the Modificationslink on the Application Menu.

Level 5’s can submit the modified application by clicking the Submit Modifications button on the Application Menu.

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Amendment Process

Amending the Application:

Once the application status is Grant Funds Available, an Amend Application button is displayed on the application table on the Main Menu page.

Level 4’s and 5’s can click Amend Application to begin an amendment.

Once the status is Amendment in Progress, additional changes are made by clicking the View/Edit button.

Changes made to the application are shown by clicking the Modificationslink on the Application Menu.

Level 5’s can submit the amended application by clicking the Submit Amendment button on the Application Menu.

An amendment description is required to explain the purpose of the amendment. Click the Amendment Description link on the Application Menu to enter the description.

The Contact Name and Phone will auto-fill when the description is saved.

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Viewing Original Applications

and Amendments

  • The View/Edit button on the application table always accesses the current version of the application.
  • Applications that have amendments are identified with an A1, A2, etc. on the application table.
  • To access links to the original approved application and amendment(s):
  • Click the View History button.
  • Click the link for the original
  • funded application or the
  • amendment that you
  • wish to view.
e mail recipients
E-mail Recipients

Grant Contact Changes

Grant Contact options include E-Mail Recipient. An agency may identify any number of E-Mail Recipients; it is not required, and designations are pulled forward each year.

“All Grant Contacts” means anyone identified in the Grant Contact dropdown in “Control Access to This Application” for that application: Main Contact, Secondary Contact, or E-Mail Recipient. In some grants, Main Contact and Secondary Contact use different names.

megs update5
The Michigan Electronic Grants System

MEGS 101: What is MEGS?

What is Needed to Use MEGS?

MEGS Security

Authorized Officials: Getting Started

MEGS Applications

Modifications, Amendments

Reports in MEGS

MEGS Update
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Grant Reports

  • The View Reports button on the application table allows the user to access reports for that application.
  • The button is used to access the Reports and Contact Information page. This page is used to initiate new reports and to view completed reports. It also displays the due date and the status of the report.
  • To initiate and complete a report:
  • Click the underlined name of the report on the Reports and Contact Information page.
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Report Contact

  • MEGS automatically assigns the Main Contact for the application as the Report Contact.
  • To change the name of the Report Contact:
  • Click the Change Contact button on the Reports and Contact Information screen.
  • Enter MEIS Account number of the contact person and click the Save button.
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Grant Report Pages

  • To initiate and complete a report:
  • Click the underlined name of the report on the Reports and Contact Information page.
  • Click the link(s) under Report Pages to access the report entry page(s).
  • Enter the required information and click the Save button on each page.
  • Click the Report Pages button to access the link to another page or to submit the completed report.
  • Click the Submit Report button to submit the report.
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Section 107 Performance

Objective Report

  • On the report page:
  • Enter the required information
  • Click “Report Errors” to confirm the information is correct
  • When there are no errors, click Report Pages, to submit the report.
report history and delete
Report History and Delete
  • Report History is available.
  • Report Delete is available, if the report has not been submitted.
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Submission of the Report

  • Submitting the Report:
  • Reports can be submitted by:
  • Fiscal Agent Authorized Officials (Level 5)
  • or Application Administrator (Level 4)
  • Error check will run
  • Report Status will update
  • Report Statuses:
  • Report Available
  • Report in Progress
  • Report Submitted
  • Report Modifications Required
  • Report Modifications in Progress
  • Report Modifications Submitted
  • Report Accepted
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Reports Due

  • Reports Due:
    • An overview list
    • Click the title to access the report
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Questions?

  • MEGS
  • Adult Education
  • Section 107