32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-2.6 - FEDERAL REPORTS

Current through December 27, 2021

Our federal funding source and reporting agency, the U. S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) requires the Agency to provide information regarding client service provision, expenditures, and outcome of services through the reports listed below. (The federal reports are based on regular casework information input by the field staff in AACE on a day-to-day basis. All RSA reporting and other casework requirements are identified in the AACE User's Manual. These reports will be generated at the State Office through the AACE system.)

Cumulative Caseload Report (RSA - 113) - Due to RSA 30 days after the end of the quarter

This quarterly report compiles aggregate information on all persons with disabilities in their rehabilitation process. This data is used to track trends of persons applying for VR services, determinations of eligibility by VR agencies, identification of persons with severe disabilities, employment planning, service implementation, employment outcomes. These trends provide a general assessment of the State-Federal VR program and its accomplishments. It is further used to identify technical assistance needs of the State agencies and develop RSA's budget requests. It is an integral part of RSA's Annual Report to the President and to the Congress on Federal Activities Related to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as Amended.

Case Service Report (RSA - 911) - Due November 30

This cumulative annual report collects data on an individual client basis for all cases closed from State agency caseloads in a given fiscal year. Examples of data elements collected in this report includes client demographic information (disability, gender, date of birth, etc.); work status and earnings at application and closure; amount of public support client received, dates of application, eligibility, and closure; services provided; costs of services; etc.

Vocational Rehabilitation Program Cost Report (RSA - 2) - Due January 30

This cumulative annual report must reflect all federal and state expenditures recorded for the 12-month federal fiscal year ending September 30. It must include those expenditures made this fiscal year but charged to either the Section 110 or Title VI-B federal funds that were carried over from the previous fiscal year. It also details the funds expended for specific services provided, certified public funds expended as a result of a cooperative agreement with another state or public agency, actual vocational rehabilitation jobs (staff) filled during the period, and any other expenditures not reported elsewhere.

Supported Employment Caseload Report (RSA - 636) - Due October 30

This annual report provides broad-based monitoring information on the flow of supported employment cases into and out of the caseloads of state vocational rehabilitation agencies. The Agency is required to separate data collected by the titles which these cases may be served (Title I and VI-B). Client information has been established in the RSA - 911. However, the RSA - 911 system is a closed case system and does not provide current caseload information. The RSA -636 is designed to fill this gap and permit the tabulation of data on supported employment efforts in state agencies more quickly.

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32 Miss. Code. R. § 22-2.6

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