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1. Review and Discuss QA Program Requirements.

Re-visit the importance of Team Building as an integra role in the QA Program Activities.

. Provide an overview of enhancements to both the FSA Assessments and ISIR Analysis Tool.
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F S A A s s e s s m e n ts R e q u ir e m e n ts For 0 5 -0 6 P r o v id e U p d a te v i a e m a il C o m p le t e T w o A s s e s s m e n ts or A c t iv it ie s M a i n t a in D o c u m e n t a t io n in S c h o o l F ile

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ISIR Analysis Tool 2005-2006 Requirements

Provide update via E-mail

Use the ISIR Analysis Tool to Analyze your Data and update criteria If necessary

Maintain Documentation In school file

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A “Team” is defined as a group of people working towards a common goal. Therefore, “Team Building” is the process of enabling that group of people to reach their goal.
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It is a fact!
People working as a team can achieve better results than individuals working alone. Case Study
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Conflicting Data has always been a confusing issue for schools. Your school has decided to take a closer look at Conflicting Data and how it is resolved at your school. To help with this, the school decided to complete the Conflicting Data Activity Found in the Verification Assessment. Knowing that the sources of Conflicting Data probably involve more than one office, several questions come to mind.
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1. Who should we ask to be involved in the Conflicting Data Activity? 2. How do we develop the team? 3. What is the best way to make the process as productive as we can? 4. What is the best way to get this process going?
TOOL: Team Problem Solver Web Site:

http://www.teambuildinginc.com/tps/002.htm
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FSA Assessments

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LINKS FORMS

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Management Enhancement Effective Practice

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Conflicting Data Professional Judgment
Identified as Important by FSA

Accuracy Enhances Program Integrity FSA Assessment Activities to Assist Schools

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Prepare for An Audit or Program Review Fix Recurring Problems Continuously Assess Title IV Operations Meet your 05-06 QA Requirements

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ISIR Analysis Tool
Don’t forget to select the correct Version 2005-2006
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In 2005-06 you will determine how effective your Institutional Verification Criteria is at your school

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Prepare your Flat ASCII File

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1,500 ISIR Records Field Length now 16 No Filler Needed

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Maximum 10,000 Records Maximum Field Length is 16

The tool can randomly select and load up to 1,500 ISIR’s. The extra field option is intended to identify records that met your school’s institutional verification criteria. The extra field can be blank or populated with a “Y” for Yes. For example: 044112222LA0104Y Auto-Load Feature available. Export Function a useful option.
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Field Increment Report Verification Tracking Flag Report (NEW) Field Change Report (NEW LINK-EFC Critical Fields) Verification Summary Report
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Create User-Specified Field (1) to track records where institutional Criteria was applied. Upload user specified data to populate user specified Field #1of those records that met your school’s Institutional verification criteria
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 2005-2006 QA Program Requirements  What’s New With -ISIR Analysis Tool -FSA Assessments  The Value of Teams

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Visit the QA Website
Ifap.ed.gov/qualityassurance
Team building site: http://www.teambuildinginc.com/tps/002.htm GPO Website to search for prior regulations: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/cfr/index.html IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE ISIR TOOL, YOU MAY CONTACT CPS CUSTOMER SUPPORT AT 1-800-330-5947

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QA Regional Contacts
Regions 1, 2, 5 Holly Langer-Evans | Holly.Langer-Evans@ed.gov Regions 3, 4, 6, 7 Anne Tuccillo | Anne.Tuccillo@ed.gov Sharyn Hutson | Sharyn.Hutson@ed.gov Regions 8, 9, 10 Michael Cagle | Michael.Cagle@ed.gov
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