FY 2010 Monitoring Info Guide and Monitoring Protocol
The State Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living Programs Information Guide (the Info Guide) is one of a number of sources that RSA uses to assist it to fully understand how the Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living programs operate within a state. RSA is sharing the FY 2010 Info Guide and the FY 2010 Monitoring Protocol with state agencies and other interested parties in order to enhance the transparency of the review process and promote collaboration.
(October 2, 2009)
FY 2008 Standards and Indicators
Standards and Indicators - Section 106 of the Rehabilitation Act, as amended, requires the establishment and implementation of evaluation standards and performance indicators for the vocational rehabilitation program that measure the extent to which states are in compliance with relevant performance factors. The Standards and Indicators for FY 2008 are now available.
(June 29, 2009)
Basic VR Agency Report Cards and Monitoring Tables for FY 2007
The report card and the monitoring tables were created shortly after the publication of standards and indicators regulations July 5, 2000. They were designed to enable RSA staff to better monitor state agencies for performance, especially regarding standards and indicators. The latest files for FY 2007 have been posted on the Performance page for the Basic VR program.
(May 26, 2009)
Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology 2007 Annual Report
The Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology (PAAT) Program: 2007 Annual Report describes the activities of, and outcomes produced by, the PAAT Program during the 12-month period ending Sept. 30 of the fiscal year covered. It is based on data collected through a Program Performance Report (PPR) form approved by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
(February 12, 2009)
Assistive Technology Act -- Annual Report to Congress: Fiscal Year 2006
The Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended by Public Law 108-364 (AT Act of 1998, as amended) requires that the secretary of education submit to Congress a report on the activities funded under that act.
(February 11, 2009)