34 CFR 361.88 - Reporting requirements.

§ 361.88 Reporting requirements.
(a) The Secretary requires that each DSU report within 60 days after the end of each fiscal year the extent to which the State is in compliance with the evaluation standards and performance indicators and include in this report the following RSA-911 data:
(1) The number of individuals who exited the VR program in each closure category as specified in the definition of “Exit the VR program” under § 361.81.
(2) The number of individuals who exited the VR program in competitive, self-, or BEP employment with earnings at or above the minimum wage.
(3) The number of individuals with significant disabilities who exited the VR program in competitive, self-, or BEP employment with earnings at or above the minimum wage.
(4) The weekly earnings and hours worked of individuals who exited the VR program in competitive, self-, or BEP employment with earnings at or above the minimum wage.
(5) The number of individuals who exited the VR program in competitive, self-, or BEP employment with earnings at or above the minimum wage whose primary source of support at the time they applied for VR services was “personal income.”
(6) The number of individuals who exited the VR program in competitive, self-, or BEP employment with earnings at or above the minimum wage whose primary source of support at closure was “personal income.”
(7) The number of individuals exiting the VR program who are individuals from a minority background.
(8) The number of non-minority individuals exiting the VR program.
(9) The number of individuals from a minority background exiting the VR program after receiving services under an IPE.
(10) The number of non-minority individuals exiting the VR program after receiving services under an IPE.
(b) In lieu of the report required in paragraph (a) of this section, a DSU may submit its RSA-911 data on tape, diskette, or any alternative electronic format that is compatible with RSA's capability to process such an alternative, as long as the tape, diskette, or alternative electronic format includes the data that—
(1) Are required by paragraph (a)(1) through (10) of this section; and
(2) Meet the requirements of paragraph (c) of this section.
(c) Data reported by a DSU must be valid, accurate, and in a consistent format. If a DSU fails to submit data that are valid, accurate, and in a consistent format within the 60-day period, the DSU must develop a program improvement plan pursuant to § 361.89(a).
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1820-0508)
(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 726(b))

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