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ESEA : Impact Aid Basic Support Payments - FY 2006


CFDA Number: 84.041 - Impact Aid

Program Goal: To provide appropriate financial assistance for federally connected children who present a genuine burden to their school districts

Objective 1 of 2: Make payments in a timely manner.
Indicator 1.1 of 1: Timeliness of payments: The percentage of eligible applicants who receive initial Basic Support payments within 60 days after the enactment of an appropriation.
 
Measure 1.1.1 of 1: The percentage of eligible applicants who receive initial Impact Aid Basic Support payments within 60 days after the enactment of an appropriation.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2005
94
 
2006
 
90

Source: Data extracted from the Impact Aid system.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: April 2006
 
Explanation: In 2006 this measure reports results for only the Basic Support Payments. The previous measure combined results for both Basic Support Payments and Children with Disabilities. The resulting data for the disaggregated measure are the same as those for the combined measure because payments are made at the same time under one PR award number.
 
Objective 2 of 2: Make accurate payments
Indicator 2.1 of 1: Overpayment forgiveness requests: The number of requests to forgive overpayments of Basic Support payments.
 
Measure 2.1.1 of 1: The number of requests to forgive overpayments of Impact Aid Basic Support payments.
Year Actual Performance Performance Targets
2005
2
 
2006
 
10

Source: Data extracted from Impact Aid system.

Frequency: Annually.

Next Data Available: April 2006
 
Explanation: In 2006 this measure reports results for only the Basic Support Payments. The previous measure combined results for both Basic Support Payments and Children with Disabilities. When a district is overpaid under Section 8003 it is most likely that they are overpaid in both 8003 (b) and 8003 (d). As a result the data are likely to be the same in both instances.
 


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Last Modified: 01/20/2006