U.S. Department of Education: Promoting Educational Excellence for all Americans

Grants Administration Payment System (GAPS)

Exhibit 300: Capital Asset Plan and Business Case Summary
Part I: Summary Information And Justification

Section A: Overview

  1. Date of submission: Apr 13, 2007
  2. Agency: 018
  3. Bureau: 14
  4. Name of this Capital Asset: Grants Administration Payment System (GAPS)
  5. Unique Project (Investment) Identifier: 018-14-01-01-01-1030-00
  6. What kind of investment will this be in FY2010? Operations and Maintenance
  7. What was the first budget year this investment was submitted to OMB? FY2001 or earlier
  8. Provide a brief summary and justification for this investment, including a brief description of how this closes in part or in whole an identified agency performance gap: The Grant Administration and Payment System (GAPS) is a centralized and integrated grant administration and payment system, eliminating the need for duplicate data entry and providing easy access to funds for grant and direct loan recipients. It is a custom-built Powerbuilder application and supports planning, pre-award, award management and post-award stages of the Department grant programs including discretionary, formula, fellowship, and block grants. GAPS interfaces with various program office feeder systems to support the planning, scheduling and award processes of these programs. Annually, GAPS supports the processing of 16,000+ discretionary grant awards and formula and block grants totaling $44 billion. GAPS is scheduled to be fully replaced by the G5 Grants Management Re-Design investment over three separate implementation phases.
  9. Did the Agency's Executive/Investment Committee approve this request? yes
    1. If "yes," what was the date of this approval? Jun 14, 2007
  10. Did the Project Manager review this Exhibit? yes
  11. Contact information of Program/Project Manager?
    1. What is the current FAC-P/PM (for civilian agencies) or DAWIA (for defense agencies) certification level of the program/project manager? Senior/Expert/DAWIA-Level 3
  1. Has the agency developed and/or promoted cost effective, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable techniques or practices for this project. no
    1. Will this investment include electronic assets (including computers)? no
    2. Is this investment for new construction or major retrofit of a Federal building or facility? (answer applicable to non-IT assets only) no
      1. If "yes," is an ESPC or UESC being used to help fund this investment? [Not answered]
      2. If "yes," will this investment meet sustainable design principles? [Not answered]
      3. If "yes," is it designed to be 30% more energy efficient than relevant code? [Not answered]
  2. Does this investment directly support one of the PMA initiatives? yes
    Expanded E-Government
    Financial Performance
    1. Briefly and specifically describe for each selected how this asset directly supports the identified initiative(s)? We see significant alignment between GAPS and the PMA as follows: 1. Collaborative nature of the project with other agencies and offices within the Department; 2. Focus on citizen needs; 3. Make accurate benefits payments to recipients; 4. Alignment with the Federal Enterprise Architecture (Federal Financial Assistance, Grants Assistance); 5. Use of web-enabled/e-business technologies.
  3. Does this investment support a program assessed using the Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART)? (For more information about the PART, visit www.whitehouse.gov/omb/part.) no
    1. If "yes," does this investment address a weakness found during a PART review? [Not answered]
    2. If "yes," what is the name of the PARTed program? [Not answered]
    3. If "yes," what rating did the PART receive? [Not answered]
  4. Is this investment for information technology? yes

For information technology investments only:

  1. What is the level of the IT Project? (per CIO Council PM Guidance) Level 3
  2. In addition to the answer in 11(a), what project management qualifications does the Project Manager have? (per CIO Council PM Guidance) (1) Project manager has been validated as qualified for this investment
  3. Is this investment or any project(s) within this investment identified as "high risk" on the Q4-FY 2008 agency high risk report (per OMB Memorandum M-05-23)? yes
  4. Is this a financial management system? yes
    1. If "yes," does this investment address a FFMIA compliance area? yes
      1. If "yes," which compliance area: Federal Financial Management Systems Requirements (JFMIP Functional Requirements)
      2. If "no," what does it address? Complicance with JFMIP
    2. If "yes," please identify the system name(s) and system acronym(s) as reported in the most recent financial systems inventory update required by Circular A-11 section 52 Financial Management Support System (FMSS)/Oracle Common Origination and Disbursement (COD)/FSA
  5. What is the percentage breakout for the total FY2010 funding request for the following?
Hardware 0
Software 0
Services 100
Other 0
  1. If this project produces information dissemination products for the public, are these products published to the Internet in conformance with OMB Memorandum 05-04 and included in your agency inventory, schedules and priorities? yes
  2. Contact information of individual responsible for privacy related questions:
   
   
   
   
  1. Are the records produced by this investment appropriately scheduled with the National Archives and Records Administration's approval? yes
  2. Does this investment directly support one of the GAO High Risk Areas? no

Section B: Summary of Spending

  1.  

Table 1: SUMMARY OF SPENDING FOR PROJECT PHASES
(REPORTED IN MILLIONS)
(Estimates for BY+1 and beyond are for planning purposes only and do not represent budget decisions)

  PY-1 and earlier PY 2008 CY 2009 BY 2010 BY+1 2011 BY+2 2012 BY+3 2013 BY+4 and beyond Total
Planning: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Acquisition: 5.016 0.189 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.205
Subtotal Planning amp; Acquisition: 5.016 0.189 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.205
Operations & Maintenance: 9.573 2.95 3.258 0 0 0 0 0 15.781
TOTAL: 14.589 3.139 3.258 0 0 0 0 0 20.986

Government FTE Costs should not be included in the amounts provided above.

Government FTE Costs 0.781 0.688 0.601 0 0 0 0 0 2.07
Number of FTE represented by Costs: 0 10 5 0 0 0 0 0 15
  1. Will this project require the agency to hire additional FTE's? no
    1. If "yes", How many and in what year? [Not answered]
  2. If the summary of spending has changed from the FY2009 President's budget request, briefly explain those changes: no changes have been made

Section D: Performance Information

Performance Information Table

Fiscal Year Strategic Goal(s) Supported Measurement Area Measurement Grouping Measurement Indicator Baseline Target Actual Results
2005 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Mission and Business Results Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education # of eApplications processed 5000 5500 8945
2005 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Service Efficiency Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 100% of Initial Contacts 95% @ 24 Hr 99% of Initial Contacts
2005 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Participation # Of grant competitions transferred to Grants.Gov 5 40 36
2005 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Technology Access System Availability 95% 100% 97%
2006 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Compliance % of discretionary electronic applications processed (via e-App/Grants.gov) 29% 35% 74%
2006 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Service Efficiency Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 98% of Initial Contact Resolution 95% @ 24 Hr, 98% of Initial Contact Resolution
2006 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Compliance % Of discretionary grant competitions transferred to Grants.Gov 3% 75% 79%
2006 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Technology Service Availability System Availability 95% 98% 98%
2007 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Mission and Business Results Cultural and Historic Exhibition % of discretionary electronic applications processed (via e-App/Grants.gov) 80% 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100% as of Q3 FY07
2007 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Frequency and Depth Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 98% of Initial Contact Resolution 98% of Initial Contact Resolution as of Q3 FY 07
2007 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Compliance % Of discretionary grant competitions transferred to Grants.Gov 80% 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100% as of Q3 FY 07
2007 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Technology Service Availability System Availability 95% 98% 98% as of Q3 FY07
2004 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Mission and Business Results Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education # of eApplications processed 3000 5000 6710
2004 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Service Efficiency %Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 100% of Initial Contacts 98%
2004 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Accuracy of Service or Product Delivered %of Customer responses favorable to electronic grant processing. 95% approval 100% approval 98%
2004 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Participation # Of grant competitions transferred to Grants.Gov 0 5 23
2004 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Technology Service Availability % System Availability 95% 100% 98%
2008 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Mission and Business Results Cultural and Historic Exhibition % of discretionary electronic applications processed (via e-App/Grants.gov) 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100%
2008 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Frequency and Depth Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 98% of Initial Contact Resolution 96%
2008 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Processes and Activities Compliance % Of discretionary grant competitions transferred to Grants.Gov 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100% less OMB approved exceptions 100%
2008 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Technology Service Availability System Availability 95% 98% 97%
2009 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Obejctive 1 Customer Results Frequency and Depth Timeliness of Hotline issues resolved 95% @ 24 Hr 98% of Initial Contact Resolution Progress toward performance goals will be reported on a quarterly basis.
2009 Cross-goal Strategy on Managment: Objective 1 Technology Service Availability System Availability 95% 98% Progress toward performance goals will be reported on a quarterly basis.
2009 Cross-goal Strategy on Management: Objective 1 Mission and Business Results Higher Education % of electronic Fellowship applications successfully processed. 95% 97% Progress toward performance goals will be reported on a quarterly basis.
2009 Cross-goal Strategy on Management: Objective 1 Processes and Activities System Maintenance % of IMRs resolved 90% 95% Progress toward performance goals will be reported on a quarterly basis.

Section F: Enterprise Architecture (EA)

  1. Is this investment included in your agency's target enterprise architecture? yes
    1. If "no," please explain why? [Not answered]
  2. Is this investment included in the agency's EA Transition Strategy? yes
    1. If "yes," provide the investment name as identified in the Transition Strategy provided in the agency's most recent annual EA Assessment. Grant Administration and Payment System
    2. If "no," please explain why? [Not answered]
  3. Is this investment identified in a completed and approved segment architecture? yes
    1. If "yes," provide the six digit code corresponding to the agency segment architecture. The segment architecture codes are maintained by the agency Chief Architect. For detailed guidance regarding segment architecture codes, please refer to http://www.egov.gov/. 207-000

4. Service Component Reference Model (SRM) Table :

Agency Component Name Agency Component Description FEA SRM Service Type FEA SRM Component Service Component Reused Internal or External Reuse? BY Funding Percentage
Component Name UPI
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Relationship Management Surveys [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Initiated Assistance Online Tutorials [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Initiated Assistance Reservations / Registration [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Initiated Assistance Scheduling [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Tracking and Workflow Case Management [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Document Management Library / Storage [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Document Management Document Review and Approval [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Knowledge Management Information Retrieval [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Knowledge Management Information Sharing [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Knowledge Management Knowledge Capture [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Initiated Assistance Self-Service [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Data Management Data Exchange [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support of the GAPS system. Financial Management Credit / Charge [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support of the GAPS system. Financial Management Payment / Settlement [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Security Management Identification and Authentication [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Security Management Cryptography [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Security Management Digital Signature Management [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Security Management Audit Trail Capture and Analysis [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Security Management Access Control [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Search Query [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 4
EDNet Services Information Technology Infrastructure Services provided by the DoED EdNet Investment. Development and Integration Instrumentation and Testing Instrumentation and Testing 018-24-02-00-01-1020-00 Internal 0
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Relationship Management Customer / Account Management [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
EDNet Information Technology Infrastructure Services provided by the DoED EdNet Investment. Security Management Cryptography Cryptography 018-24-02-00-01-1020-00 Internal 0
EDNet Information Technology Infrastructure Services provided by the DoED EdNet Investment. Security Management Intrusion Detection Intrusion Detection 018-24-02-00-01-1020-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Asset / Materials Management Computers / Automation Management Computers / Automation Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Data Management Data Exchange Data Exchange 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Data Management Extraction and Transformation Extraction and Transformation 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Data Management Meta Data Management Meta Data Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Development and Integration Data Integration Data Integration 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Development and Integration Enterprise Application Integration Enterprise Application Integration 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Development and Integration Instrumentation and Testing Instrumentation and Testing 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Development and Integration Legacy Integration Legacy Integration 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Human Resources Education / Training Education / Training 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Management of Processes Change Management Change Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Management of Processes Configuration Management Configuration Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Management of Processes Program / Project Management Program / Project Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Management of Processes Quality Management Quality Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Security Management Access Control Access Control 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Security Management Digital Signature Management Digital Signature Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Security Management Intrusion Detection Intrusion Detection 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Systems Management License Management License Management 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
ISS Services Integrated Support Services (ISS) provided by the DoED ISS Investment. Systems Management System Resource Monitoring System Resource Monitoring 018-14-01-01-01-1040-00 Internal 0
E-Authentication Provide the capability of our customers to use federated identity credentials, pursuant to e-Authentication, an eGov initiative. Security Management Identification and Authentication Identification and Authentication 018-24-01-06-01-0260-00 Internal 0
Operations and Maintenance Provides for the continued support ("keep the lights on") of the GAPS system. Customer Relationship Management Partner Relationship Management [Not answered] [Not answered] No Reuse 5
Grants.gov HHS Lead - Creates a single, online portal for all federal grant customers to access and apply for grants, thus making it easier for potential recipients tso obtain information about federal grants. Customer Initiated Assistance Self-Service Self-Service 009-00-01-99-01-1316-24 External 0

 

5. Technical Reference Model (TRM) Table:

FEA SRM Component FEA TRM Service Area FEA TRM Service Category FEA TRM Service Standard Service Specification
Network Management Service Access and Delivery Access Channels Collaboration / Communications Microsoft Exchange Server (provided by EDNet)
Credit / Charge Service Access and Delivery Access Channels Other Electronic Channels Microsoft CSharp
Network Management Service Access and Delivery Delivery Channels Internet Sprint/Verizon (provided by EDNet)
Customer / Account Management Service Access and Delivery Service Requirements Legislative / Compliance Section 508; Security; Paperwork Reduction
Identification and Authentication Service Access and Delivery Service Requirements Authentication / Single Sign-on Oracle DBMS
Network Management Service Access and Delivery Service Requirements Hosting Internal (provided by EDNet)
Network Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Support Platforms Dependent Platform Microsoft Windows (provided by EDNet)
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Software Engineering Integrated Development Environment Microsoft Visual Studio; PowerBuilder
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Software Engineering Modeling Computer Associates ERwin
Configuration Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Software Engineering Software Configuration Management Rational ClearCase
Instrumentation and Testing Service Platform and Infrastructure Software Engineering Test Management Mercury Interactive LoadRunner
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Delivery Servers Web Servers Microsoft Internet Information Server
Case Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Delivery Servers Application Servers Microsoft Internet Information Server
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Database / Storage Database Oracle DBMS
Library / Storage Service Platform and Infrastructure Database / Storage Storage DEC Alpha
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Hardware / Infrastructure Servers / Computers HP Proliant; DEC Alpha
Customer / Account Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Hardware / Infrastructure Network Devices / Standards F5 BigIP
Digital Signature Management Component Framework Security Certificates / Digital Signatures VeriSign
Customer / Account Management Component Framework User Presentation / Interface Static Display Microsoft Internet Information Server
Customer / Account Management Component Framework User Presentation / Interface Dynamic Server-Side Display Microsoft ASP
Customer / Account Management Component Framework User Presentation / Interface Content Rendering Microsoft Internet Information Server
Customer / Account Management Component Framework Business Logic Dependent Platform PowerBuilder; Microsoft ASP, Microsoft Visual Basic; Microsoft VBScript; Microsoft CSharp
Information Sharing Component Framework Data Interchange Data Exchange Microsoft .NET
Information Retrieval Component Framework Data Management Database Connectivity DataDirect driver (ODBC); PowerBuilder (ODBC)
Surveys Component Framework Data Management Reporting and Analysis Oracle ReportWriter
Data Exchange Service Interface and Integration Integration Middleware Oracle PL/SQL; Oracle Net8; Microsoft COM
Data Exchange Service Interface and Integration Interoperability Data Format / Classification Microsoft CSharp
Data Exchange Service Interface and Integration Interoperability Data Types / Validation Microsoft CSharp
Data Exchange Service Interface and Integration Interface Service Description / Interface Microsoft CSharp
Payment / Settlement Service Access and Delivery Access Channels Other Electronic Channels Microsoft CSharp
Change Management Service Platform and Infrastructure Service Requirements Software Configuration Management Rational ClearQuest
Query Service Access and Delivery Access Channels Data Exchange TOAD, COGNOS
  1. Will the application leverage existing components and/or applications across the Government (i.e., USA.Gov, Pay.Gov, etc)? yes
    1. If "yes," please describe. Grants.govHHS Lead - UPID: 009-00-01-99-01-1316-24-110-249 -Creates a single, online portal for all federal grant customers to access and apply for grants, thus making it easier for potential recipients to obtain information about federal grants.

Part III: For "Operation and Maintenance" investments ONLY (Steady State)

Section A: Risk Management (All Capital Assets)

  1. Does the investment have a Risk Management Plan? yes
    1. If "yes," what is the date of the plan? Sep 1, 2008
    2. Has the Risk Management Plan been significantly changed since last year's submission to OMB? no
    3. If "yes," describe any significant changes: [Not answered]
  2. If there currently is no plan, will a plan be developed? [Not answered]
    1. If "yes," what is the planned completion date? [Not answered]
    2. If "no," what is the strategy for managing the risks? [Not answered]

Section B: Cost and Schedule Performance (All Capital Assets)

  1. Was operational analysis conducted? no
    1. If "yes," provide the date the analysis was completed. [Not answered]
    2. If "yes," what were the results? [Not answered]
    3. If "no," please explain why it was not conducted and if there are any plans to conduct operational analysis in the future: The Department has not formally launched an Operational Analysis (OA) requirement.
  2.  
    1. What costs are included in the reported Cost/Schedule Performance information (Government Only/Contractor Only/Both)? Contractor Only

2. b Comparison of Plan vs. Actual Performance Table:

Description of Milestone Planned Actual Variance
Completion Date Total Cost ($M) Completion Date Total Cost ($M) Schedule:Cost
(# days/$M)
Newsletter/e-mail Sep 30, 2001 0.073 Sep 30, 2001 0.051 0 0.022
e-Application for Earmark Awards (design phase) (subset of e-Application 2002) 2.4.3.1 Jun 30, 2002 0.034 Sep 30, 2002 0.0074 -92 0.0266
e-Application for Earmark Awards (development phase)(subset of eApplication 2002) 2.4.3.2 Sep 30, 2002 0.039 Sep 30, 2002 0.0054 0 0.0336
eSignature Analysis 2.4.3.9 Mar 31, 2003 0.14 Mar 31, 2003 0.0587 0 0.0813
Type 2 Grants Design 2.4.3.10 Nov 30, 2002 0.0425 Dec 31, 2002 0.0327 -31 0.098
Type 2 grants Design Development 2.4.3.11 Dec 31, 2002 0.062 Dec 31, 2002 0.0488 0 0.0132
Electronic Field Review FY 2002 (eReader) Demo Analysis 2.4.3.3 Jun 30, 2002 0.024 Sep 26, 2002 0.0146 -88 0.0094
eReader Demo development 2.4.3.4 Sep 30, 2002 0.02 Sep 26, 2002 0.0143 4 0.0057
OERI Multiple Abstracts in a Single Grant Award Des 2.4.3.6 Sep 26, 2002 0.0299 Sep 26, 2002 0.0364 0 -0.0065
OERI Multiple Abstracts in a Single Grant Award Development 2.4.3.7 Nov 30, 2002 0.0575 Nov 30, 2002 0.0305 0 0.027
Trans ID design/development2.4.3.13 Oct 31, 2002 0.0899 Mar 31, 2003 0.0632 -151 0.0267
Discretionary and Formula Grant Applications (3-Applications) Sep 30, 2001 0.366 Sep 30, 2001 0.367 0 -0.001
Direct Loan Multiple ACCS 2.4.3.14 Sep 30, 2002 0.0349 Sep 26, 2002 0.0134 4 0.0215
DUNS Reassignment 2.4.3.15 Sep 30, 2002 0.0183 Sep 26, 2002 0.0126 4 0.0057
FRB Return 2.4.3.16 Sep 30, 2002 0.025 Dec 31, 2002 0.0107 -92 0.0143
Rollback for Rollover process 2.4.3.17 Oct 31, 2002 0.019 Oct 31, 2002 0.0082 0 0.0108
Continuation/Supplement Reprint 2.4.3.18 Oct 31, 2002 0.025 Oct 31, 2002 0.0034 0 0.0216
Development of Dynamic Forms 2.4.3.19 Mar 31, 2003 0.107 Mar 31, 2003 0.0976 0 0.0094
Development of Impact Aid Discretionary Application 2.4.3.20 Mar 31, 2003 0.1115 Mar 31, 2003 0.0676 0 0.0439
Unprocessed Deobligation Stop Pay Correspondence 2.4.3.22 Mar 31, 2003 0.0627 Mar 31, 2003 0.038 0 0.0247
Limit internal logon attempts Jun 30, 2003 0.1 Sep 30, 2003 0.022 -92 0.078
eApplication forms development 2003 Dec 31, 2003 0.085114 Sep 30, 2004 0.080928 -274 0.004186
Home Page Updates Sep 30, 2001 0.049 Sep 30, 2001 0.037 0 0.012
eSignature (Development) Dec 31, 2003 0 Dec 31, 2003 [Not answered] 0 [Not answered]
eAward (analysis)G03-15 Mar 8, 2004 0.031357 Mar 8, 2004 0.01242 0 0.018937
eApplication ModificationsG03-02 Feb 28, 2004 0.115503 Feb 28, 2004 0.111983 0 0.00352
eReader 2003 Dec 31, 2003 0.1 Feb 28, 2004 0.112 -59 -0.012
Subledger Reversal/Correction Dec 31, 2003 0.075 Dec 31, 2003 0.0184 0 0.0566
Automatic DUNs link with PEPS/COD Dec 31, 2003 0.075 Dec 31, 2003 0.0228 0 0.0522
Unprocessed Deobligation Accounting Change Dec 31, 2003 0.05 Feb 28, 2004 0.0663 -59 -0.0163
eFolder (analysis) Dec 31, 2003 0.075 Dec 31, 2003 0.0174 0 0.0576
eGrants Modification to existing S/W Sep 30, 2004 0.1155 Jun 3, 2004 0.11198 119 0.00352
Migration to Pay.gov Sep 30, 2004 0.056126 Nov 30, 2004 0.05248 -61 0.000878
D and B Interface Enhancement Sep 30, 2001 0.013 Sep 30, 2001 0.012 0 0.001
Transfer of ED Payments processing to Treasury (ASAP) Sep 30, 2004 0 Sep 30, 2004 [Not answered] 0 [Not answered]
eFolder Development Sep 30, 2004 0 Sep 30, 2004 [Not answered] 0 [Not answered]
eAward (Development) Sep 30, 2004 0 Sep 30, 2004 [Not answered] 0 [Not answered]
Grants Monitoring Sep 30, 2004 0 Sep 30, 2004 [Not answered] 0 [Not answered]
GAPS Support G04-05 Sep 30, 2004 0.268884 Sep 30, 2004 0.249775 0 0.019109
Revised eGrant registration (G04-16) Sep 30, 2004 0.055524 Dec 31, 2004 0.052211 -92 0.003313
ZIP Code +4 (G04-03) Sep 30, 2004 0.116948 Dec 31, 2004 0.056684 -92 0.060264
Discretionary and Formula Final Performance Report (eReport) (G04-04) Sep 30, 2004 0.07816 Sep 30, 2004 0.07816 0 0.00001
eReports Sep 30, 2005 0 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
eGov interface (fomerly Federal Commons Ingation) Sep 30, 2004 0.12229 Apr 30, 2004 0.1223 153 -0.00001
Feeder System Deobligations Dec 31, 2001 0.1 Dec 31, 2001 0.047 0 0.053
Post Secondary Education Participant System (PEPS) Recipient Interface Jun 30, 2004 0.068 Jun 30, 2004 0.0699 0 -0.0019
Subledger Correction and Reversal Enhancement Jun 30, 2004 0.0291 Jun 30, 2004 0.0291 0 0
Concurrency in processing GAPS transactions (G04-13) Aug 31, 2004 0.1068 Mar 4, 2005 0.102926 -185 0.003874
FSA Feeder File processing Load (Full Life Cycle) (G04-12) Mar 4, 2005 0.03115 Mar 4, 2005 0.028063 0 0.003087
Impact Aid Expenditure (G04-14) Sep 30, 2005 0.047 Mar 4, 2005 0.039681 210 0.007319
Feeder File limit (Full Life Cycle) (G04-11) Mar 4, 2005 0.04086 Mar 4, 2005 0.032594 0 0.008266
eGrants Operational Support (G04-24) Sep 30, 2005 0.47174 Dec 31, 2005 0.499009 -92 -0.027269
Grants Schedule Enhancement (Full Lifecycle Development) (G04-21) Apr 29, 2005 0.14222 Apr 29, 2005 0.122774 0 0.019446
Reports Database and Ad Hoc Reporting (G04-22) Sep 30, 2005 0.19732 Jun 30, 2005 0.19125 92 0.00607
Internal GAPS Feb 1, 2006 0.37099 Feb 1, 2006 0.300231 0 0.070759
Feeder File Automation(G05-02) Oct 31, 2005 0.088659 Sep 30, 2005 0.088659 31 0
GAPS e-Authentication Requirements Analysis (G05-04) Aug 31, 2005 0.094036 Aug 31, 2005 0.094036 0 0
Fellowship Supplement Processing (G05-05) Feb 1, 2006 0.065306 Feb 1, 2006 0.058266 0 0.00704
GAPS: PEPS Interface (G05-06) Jan 31, 2006 0.059051 Feb 1, 2006 0.00076 -1 0.058291
Electronic Congressional Notification Letters (G05-07) Oct 31, 2005 0.025254 Dec 31, 2005 0.024297 -61 0.000957
GAPS/eMonitoring Excessive Insufficient Draws Enhancement (G05-08) Dec 2, 2005 0.038684 Dec 2, 2005 0.034213 0 0.004471
e-GAPS Expansion Jan 31, 2002 0.154 Jan 31, 2002 0.136 0 0.018
eGrants enhancements Sep 30, 2007 0.22904 Oct 31, 2005 0.193865 699 0.035175
Fowarded Fundec Grants Logic Mod (G05-01) Sep 30, 2005 0.0387 Oct 31, 2005 0.035614 -31 0.003086
ED Grants.gov Interface PDF File Support (G05-03) Oct 31, 2005 0.063161 Oct 31, 2005 0.061072 0 0.002089
Forms Development (G04-25) Sep 30, 2007 0.127179 [Not answered] 0.097179 [Not answered] 0.03
Server Capacity Improvements to support e-application Processing (G04-23) Sep 30, 2005 0.07819 Jan 15, 2005 0.020803 258 0.057387
E-Grants Operational Support FY 06 Sep 30, 2006 0.48021 [Not answered] 0.32014 [Not answered] 0.16007
e-Payments File Upload Jan 31, 2002 0.174 Jan 31, 2002 0.015 0 0.159
Mantenance Expenditures FY01 Sep 30, 2001 1.379 Sep 30, 2001 1.379 0 0
Maintenance Ependitures FY02 Sep 30, 2002 1.5452 Sep 30, 2002 1.8004 0 -0.2552
Maintenance Expenditures FY 03 Sep 30, 2003 1.8512 Sep 30, 2003 1.8422 0 0.009
Maintenance Expenditures FY 04 Sep 30, 2004 2.1467 Sep 30, 2004 2.1467 0 0
Maintenance Expenditures FY05 Sep 30, 2005 2.6993 Sep 30, 2005 2.6993 0 0
Maintenance Expenditures FY06 Sep 30, 2006 2.518326 [Not answered] 1.678888 [Not answered] 0.839438
Issue ID and resolution Sep 30, 2006 1.248214 [Not answered] 0.832144 [Not answered] 0.41607
Maintenance and Integration Support Sep 30, 2006 1.270112 [Not answered] 0.846744 [Not answered] 0.423368
Discretionary and Formula Administrative Action Requests FY 2002 (eAdmin Action) Sep 30, 2002 0.17 Jan 31, 2002 0.11 242 0.06
Maintenance Expenditures FY07 Sep 30, 2007 3.1393 Sep 30, 2007 2.971931 0 0.167369
Issue ID and resolution Sep 30, 2007 1.47515 Sep 30, 2007 1.248213 0 0.226937
Maintenance and Integration Support Sep 30, 2007 1.47515 Sep 30, 2007 1.723718 0 -0.248568
Grants.gov enhancements Sep 30, 2008 0.189 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
Maintenance Expenditures FY08 Sep 30, 2008 3.058 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
Issue ID and resolution Sep 30, 2008 1.529 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
Maintenance and Integration Support Sep 30, 2008 1.529 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
e-Application 2002 2.4.3.8 Mar 31, 2003 0.161 Mar 31, 2003 0.0918 0 0.0692
Maintenance Expenditures FY09 Sep 30, 2009 3.244 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
Issue ID and resolution Sep 30, 2009 1.622 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]
Maintenance and Integration Support Sep 30, 2009 1.622 [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered] [Not answered]

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