ED/OSERS/RSA
Rehabilitation Services Administration
ED

Our mission — to provide leadership and resources to assist state and other agencies in providing vocational rehabilitation(VR) and other services to individuals with disabilities to maximize their employment, independence and integration into the community and the competitive labor market.

RSA is charged with

  • administering formula and discretionary grant programs authorized by Congress;
  • evaluating, monitoring, and reporting on the implementation of Federal policy and programs and the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation, supported employment, and other related programs for individuals with disabilities;
  • coordinating with other Federal agencies, State agencies, and the private sector including professional organizations, service providers, and organizations of persons with disabilities for the review of program planning, implementation, and monitoring issues.

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act






Overview


The President signed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which replaces the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. This new law represents a renewed commitment to workforce development with an eye to the future through innovation and support for individual and national economic growth. It is aimed at increasing opportunities, particularly for those facing barriers to employment, and invests in the important connection between education and career preparation. It looks to the prosperity of workers and employers and focuses on the economic growth of communities, regions, and states to enhance our global competitiveness as a country. While some research services and resources for those with disabilities will be transferred from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), we expect a seamless transition with minimal disruption, and we express our continued strong commitment to grantees and all key stakeholders.

The new law states that the amendments that it makes to the Rehabilitation Act, as well as the transfer of certain programs from ED to HHS, took effect when President Obama signed the bill. However, WIOA also gives the Secretaries of ED and HHS authority to ensure an orderly transition as they implement these changes so they are carried out in a manner that minimizes disruption. ED and HHS, after working with the Office of Management and Budget, have determined that ED will continue to administer the affected programs until the orderly transfer can be completed as soon as reasonably possible. We will continue to engage and inform grantees and key stakeholders as specific plans for the transfer of these programs are developed and implemented. We appreciate your continued support as we realign and strengthen our programs for people with disabilities.



5 Things You Should Know about WIOA


Friday, July 22, 2016 marked the two-year anniversary of President Obama signing the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) into law. Check out the following link for five important things to know about WIOA: http://blog.ed.gov/2016/07/5-things-know-wioa/

(July 26, 2016)

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Workforce Success Story


On June 30, 2016, Secretary of Education John King and Secretary of Labor Tom Perez released a video highlighting the important role American Job Centers play in meeting the needs of all job seekers under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. Secretary King commented on the success of Janet Terry, who received vocational rehabilitation services and other services as a result of connecting with an American Job Center in Pittsburgh, PA. The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services has published a blog to share Janet Terry’s success story.

(July 11, 2016)

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WIOA — Second Anniversary


The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) was signed into law by President Obama on July 22, 2014. This landmark legislation and its implementing regulations are designed to strengthen and improve our nation’s public workforce system and help Americans with significant barriers to employment, including individuals with disabilities, into high quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers.

On June 30, 2016, the Departments of Education, Labor, and Health and Human Services held a teleconference with over 1,000 stakeholders to announce that the WIOA final rules are publicly available. Read a transcript of the June 30th teleconference ( PDF, 164KB). The final rules are available on the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) website and they will be published soon in the Federal Register.

On July 5, 2016, the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) and RSA held a teleconference with its stakeholders to announce that the WIOA final rules are publicly available. The July 5, 2016 teleconference transcript ( PDF, 243KB) also includes information regarding the program-specific final rules related to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended by title IV of WIOA.

Six months after the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) National Convening, and only weeks after WIOA Final Rules were made publicly available, leaders from Federal agencies—U.S. Departments of Education, Labor, and Health and Human Services—convened on July 19, 2016 to celebrate the second anniversary of WIOA and answered some initial questions on the joint final rule. The webinar was titled “WIOA at Year Two: Continuing the Conversation” — a video recording, a transcript, and a supporting PowerPoint are available.

(July 22, 2016)

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RSA Regional Meetings Scheduled on Program-Specific Requirements under the Rehabilitation Act


The U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Labor (DOL) (or, collectively, Departments) will publish final regulations to implement changes made by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law on July 22, 2014. ED will publish two sets of final regulations implementing changes to programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Act), as amended by title IV of WIOA, as well as implementing new provisions added to the Act by WIOA.

The Departments have developed a comprehensive plan that includes in-person and virtual technical assistance on both jointly-administered and program-specific requirements. As part of this plan, ED’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) has scheduled three regional meetings to provide technical assistance on the final regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services program and the State Supported Employment Services program, as well as those implementing Limitations on the Use of Subminimum Wage in new section 511 of the Act. In the regional meetings, RSA will provide technical assistance on the following areas: competitive integrated employment, employment outcome, and limitations on the use of subminimum wage (section 511); transition services, including pre-employment transition services; supported employment; and fiscal requirements.

For more detail see http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/rsa/wioa-meetings-on-final-regs.html

(June 6, 2016)

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Frequently Asked Questions


The Departments of Education and Labor have jointly developed the following Frequently Asked Questions and answers concerning the funding of one-stop infrastructure costs.

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Additional WIOA Information and Resources




 


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What's New in RSA




Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Final Rules


The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services’ Rehabilitation Services Administration is proud to announce the publication in the Federal Register of the following final rules implementing the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

(August 19, 2016)

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Registration Open for Sacramento Meeting


The U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Labor (DOL) (or, collectively, Departments) have published final regulations to implement changes made by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law on July 22, 2014. ED will publish two sets of final regulations implementing changes to programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Act), as amended by title IV of WIOA, as well as implementing new provisions added to the Act by WIOA.

The Departments have developed a comprehensive plan that includes in-person and virtual technical assistance on both jointly-administered and program-specific requirements. As part of this plan, ED’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) has scheduled three regional meetings to provide technical assistance on the final regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services program and the State Supported Employment Services program, as well as those implementing Limitations on the Use of Subminimum Wage in new section 511 of the Act. In the regional meetings, RSA will provide technical assistance on the following areas: competitive integrated employment, employment outcome, and limitations on the use of subminimum wage (section 511); transition services, including pre-employment transition services; supported employment; and fiscal requirements.

For more detail see http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/rsa/wioa-meetings-on-final-regs.html

(August 19, 2016)

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Recently Posted on ED.GOV


The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) will provide technical assistance on the regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services program and the State Supported Employment Services program, as well as those implementing Limitations on the Use of Subminimum Wage in new section 511 of the Act at three regional meetings on August 9th, September 7th and September 27th. You can view the presentations from these regional meetings in PDF format by visiting the Supporting Material section of the RSA Regional Meetings on Program-Specific Requirements under the Rehabilitation Act page.

Also, the Frequently Asked Questions about WIOA pages has been updated.

(August 8, 2016)

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Notices published in the Federal Register


Notice Inviting Applications for New Awards; Rehabilitation Services Administration-Disability Innovation Fund-Transition Work-Based Learning Model Demonstrations (CFDA Number 84.421B)

A notice inviting applications for new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2016 was published in the Federal Register on August 1, 2016.

  • Applications Available: August 1, 2016.
  • Date of Pre-Application Webinar: August 4, 2016.
  • Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: September 6, 2016.

Final Priorities, Requirements, and Definition-Disability Innovation Fund-Transition Work-Based Learning Model Demonstrations (CFDA Number 84.421B)

The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services announces priorities, requirements, and a definition under the Disability Innovation Fund (DIF) Program. The Assistant Secretary may use these priorities, requirements, and definition for competitions in fiscal year (FY) 2016 and later years. The Assistant Secretary takes this action to identify, develop, implement, and evaluate work-based learning models that are supported by evidence and will help students with disabilities prepare for postsecondary education and competitive integrated employment. The models must be delivered through a coordinated system of transition services.

(August 1, 2016)

Notice Inviting Applications—Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind Program (CFDA Number 84.160)

A notice inviting applications for new awards for fiscal year (FY) 2016 was published in the Federal Register on July 25, 2016.

Notice of Final Priority—Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind Program (CFDA Number 84.160)

The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services announces a final priority under the Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind program. The Assistant Secretary may use this priority for competitions in fiscal year 2016 and later years. We take this action to provide training and technical assistance to better prepare novice interpreters to become highly qualified nationally certified sign language interpreters. This priority is effective August 24, 2016.

(July 27, 2016)

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Commissioner's Quarterly Newsletter


The second edition of Commissioner's Corner is now on-line. We are excited to celebrate another significant milestone in the implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law by President Obama on July 22, 2014. This landmark legislation and its implementing regulations are designed to strengthen and improve our nation’s public workforce system and help Americans with significant barriers to employment, including individuals with disabilities, into high quality jobs and careers and help employers hire and retain skilled workers. Read more at the Commissioner's Corner.

(July 26, 2016)

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FY 2016 Technical Assistance Guide


The Rehabilitation Services Administration’s FY 2016 Technical Assistance Guide for the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program is intended to serve as a resource and planning guide for VR agencies and state teams to assist in the preparation for and conduct of technical assistance visits this fiscal year.

(July 25, 2016)

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RSA Regional Meetings Scheduled on Program-Specific Requirements under the Rehabilitation Act


The U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Labor (DOL) (or, collectively, Departments) will publish final regulations to implement changes made by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law on July 22, 2014. ED will publish two sets of final regulations implementing changes to programs authorized under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Act), as amended by title IV of WIOA, as well as implementing new provisions added to the Act by WIOA.

The Departments have developed a comprehensive plan that includes in-person and virtual technical assistance on both jointly-administered and program-specific requirements. As part of this plan, ED’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) has scheduled three regional meetings to provide technical assistance on the final regulations implementing program-specific changes made to the State Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services program and the State Supported Employment Services program, as well as those implementing Limitations on the Use of Subminimum Wage in new section 511 of the Act. In the regional meetings, RSA will provide technical assistance on the following areas: competitive integrated employment, employment outcome, and limitations on the use of subminimum wage (section 511); transition services, including pre-employment transition services; supported employment; and fiscal requirements.

For more detail see http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/rsa/wioa-meetings-on-final-regs.html

(June 6, 2016)

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Notices published in the Federal Register


Proposed Priority —Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who are Deaf-Blind program (CFDA Number 84.160D)

On Friday, May 6, 2016 the Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services announced a priority under the Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who are Deaf-Blind program (CFDA 84.160D). The Assistant Secretary may use this priority for competitions in fiscal year 2016 and later years. We take this action to provide training to working interpreters in order to develop a new skill area or enhance an existing skill area. We must receive your comments on or before June 6, 2016.

(May 9, 2016)

Proposed Priority — Proposed Priorities, Requirements, and Definitions-Disability Innovation Fund-Transition Work-Based Learning Model Demonstrations (CFDA Number 84.421B)

The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services proposes priorities, requirements, and definitions under the Disability Innovation Fund (DIF) Program. The Assistant Secretary may use these priorities, requirements, and definitions for competitions in fiscal year (FY) 2016 and later years. The Assistant Secretary takes this action to identify, develop, implement, and evaluate effective work-based learning models that will help students with disabilities prepare for postsecondary education and competitive integrated employment. The models must be delivered through a coordinated system of transition services. We invite you to submit comments regarding this notice. To ensure that your comments have maximum effect in developing the notice of final priorities, requirements, and definitions, we urge you to identify clearly the specific section of the proposed priority, requirement, or definition that each comment addresses. We must receive your comments on or before May 13, 2016.

(April 13, 2016)

Proposed Priority — Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind program (CFDA Number 84.160)

The Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services announces a priority under the Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind program. The Assistant Secretary may use this priority for competitions in fiscal year 2016 and later years. We take this action to provide training and technical assistance to better prepare novice interpreters to become highly qualified nationally certified sign language interpreters. In addition to your general comments and recommended clarifications, we seek input on the proposed design of the Experiential Learning Model Demonstration Center for Novice Interpreters and Baccalaureate Degree ASL-English Interpretation Programs (Center) and expectations for implementation. We must receive your comments on or before May 9, 2016.

(April 7, 2016)

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Frequently Asked Fiscal Questions – Pre–Employment Transition Services


Requirements under the Vocational Rehabilitation Program
As Imposed by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)

RSA has posted a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Pre–Employment Transition Services which can be found at http://www2.ed.gov/programs/rsabvrs/fiscal-resources/index.html#faq

(April 7, 2016)

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PD-16-03: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Requirements for Unified and Combined State Plans


You can obtain a copy of PD-16-03 at http://www.ed.gov/policy/speced/guid/rsa/pd/2016/.

If you have any questions regarding PD-16-03, please contact your RSA state liaison. You can access the list of state liaisons at https://rsa.ed.gov/people.cfm.

(March 9, 2016)

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WIOA State Plan Submission Portal


The Departments of Labor and Education are pleased to announce that the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) State Plan submission portal is now live. The portal is part of the State Plan Requirements Information Collection Request (ICR) (OMB No. 1205-0522) and has been approved as the method by which states should submit their Unified or Combined State Plan. A text version of the ICR, a link to the portal, and a training for state portal users may be found at https://www.doleta.gov/wioa/State_Plan_Resources.cfm.

As a reminder, State Plans are due to the departments no later than April 1, 2016.

We encourage you to go to https://rsa.ed.gov/request-access.cfm?usp=Y and request a user account, if you have not already done so. We look forward to receiving your state plan. The Employment and Training Administration, Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education, and the Rehabilitation Services Administration will each issue State Plan guidance to provide states with additional information and resources.

(March 4, 2016)

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Wall Chart of State Vocational Rehabilitation Performance


A wall chart of FY 2014 state VR performance measures has been posted in PDF format. An Excel spreadsheet showing the data used by the c hart has also been posted.

(February 19, 2016)

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Applications for New Awards; American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services (CFDA Number 84.250L)


A notice was published in the Federal Register on February 11, 2016 inviting applications for new awards for the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Services program.

(February 17, 2016)

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Commissioner's Corner


The first edition of Commissioner's Corner is now on-line. It is a quarterly communication designed to provide information and resources that are important for maximizing the opportunity for competitive integrated employment and independence for individuals with disabilities leading to full community inclusion and economic self-sufficiency in the 21st Century labor market.

(February 10, 2016)


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Grants & Funding



The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), through its many programs and projects, provides an array of discretionary grants and other funding opportunities to serve individuals with disabilities and their families. Please find out more about those opportunities below.



Discretionary Grant Applications


Click on Discretionary Grant Applications to learn more about discretionary grant funding opportunities available from RSA.


Scholarships


RSA awards grants to colleges and universities for providing scholarship assistance to students.


RSA Program Budget


The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) supports formula grants to states for vocational rehabilitation services and a variety of smaller demonstration, training and service programs. The purpose of these programs is to develop and implement comprehensive and coordinated programs of vocational rehabilitation and independent living for individuals with disabilities. Current and past program budgets, as well as state-by-state distributions for formula grant awards for all Department of Education programs are available.


 


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Orientation & Technical Assistance Guide for State Vocational Rehabilitation Directors



 




Overview


RSA extends a special welcome to new state vocational rehabilitation (VR) directors. This orientation is provided to support you in the important work of administering federal programs within your state funded under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, including the Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program, the Supported Employment Program, the State Independent Living Services Program, and the Independent Living Services for Older Individuals who are Blind Program. RSA developed this guide to provide quick and efficient access to information and technical assistance resources related to the administration of these programs. We hope that you find this information useful and encourage you to contact your RSA state liaison for assistance in locating other resources, or for responses to questions pertaining to the administration of any of these programs.

The RSA web site is a primary source for locating pertinent information described below related to RSA’s formula and discretionary grant programs, including current policy guidance, on-line training and technical assistance tools and resources, state and national data, grant-related reporting forms, VR and IL State Plans, and other state-specific information. Links to this information are included below for ready access.

To access the most current information and notifications from RSA, VR directors can subscribe for email updates



Legislation, Regulations and Guidance





Program Specific Regulations




Guidance




State Rehabilitation Council


The State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) is a key partner with the VR agency in the administration of the VR program. RSA developed training for State Rehabilitation Council members that may be helpful to you in learning more about the role and function of the SRC. The training is a self-paced on-line tutorial, consisting of a series of topical modules designed to enhance the knowledge of SRCs, thus, enabling them to carry out their functions more effectively.

The modules address the following topics:

  • history of the VR program;
  • overview of the Rehabilitation Act;
  • role and functions of the SRC related to the conduct of the statewide needs assessment;
  • development of state goals and priorities;
  • analysis of consumer satisfaction; and
  • development and operationalization of the VR State Plan.

More recent modules address performance evaluation and quality assurance of the VR program. We invite you to access this on-line training program.



State Independent Living Council


The Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) and the Designated State Unit (DSU) are partners in the joint development of the State Plan for Independent Living, with input from the statewide network of Centers for Independent Living (CILs). The SILC and the DSU, together with the statewide network, work to fulfill the purpose of the Independent Living Program. SILC duties and authorized activities are described in sections 705(c), (d) and (e) of the Rehabilitation Act.

Additional guidance on the role and duties of the SILC can be found in RSA’s Responses to NCIL’s Questions Regarding SILC Roles and Responsibilities.

RSA, through its Independent Living Training and Technical Assistance center, developed an on-line training resource for SILCs that addresses issues pertinent to the operation and performance of the SILC.



Vocational Rehabilitation / Supported Employment State Plan


An important component of the VR/SE State Plan is Attachment 4.11(a), which includes the results of the Comprehensive Statewide Needs Assessment (CSNA) that describes the needs of individuals with disabilities residing within the state, in accordance with the requirements in section 101(a)(15)(A)(i) of the Rehabilitation Act.

As a resource to VR agencies and SRCs in conducting the CSNA, RSA developed a Vocational Rehabilitation Needs Assessment Guide.

In addition, RSA developed a subsequent module to the SRC on-line training series focused on program evaluation and quality assurance.



State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL)


RSA has provided training and resources to assist states with the development and implementation of the SPIL. In addition, RSA developed an instrument to facilitate the SPIL review process, as well as detailed instructions on completing and submitting the SPIL through the RSA website.



Monitoring



Vocational Rehabilitation and Supported Employment Programs


Section 107 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, requires the commissioner of RSA to conduct annual reviews and periodic on-site monitoring of programs authorized under Title I of the Rehabilitation Act to determine whether a vocational rehabilitation agency is complying substantially with the provisions of its VR State Plan under section 101 of the Rehabilitation Act and with the Evaluation Standards and Performance Indicators established under section 106. To fulfill this requirement, RSA developed the VR Monitoring and Technical Assistance Guide (MTAG) through which it assesses the performance of the VR agencies in the operation of the program and their compliance with pertinent federal programmatic and fiscal requirements.

It is important to note that the VR MTAG may be revised or updated from year-to-year. Therefore, we recommend that you return to this site periodically to access RSA’s most current VR MTAG.

During the monitoring process, RSA works closely with the VR agency, the State Rehabilitation Council, and stakeholders to identify emerging practices to help promote communities of practice and increase awareness of a variety of approaches that could provide a foundation for research and lead to the development of evidence-based practices.



State Independent Living Programs


RSA developed the FY 2012 Independent Living Monitoring and Technical Assistance Guide (IL/MTAG) through which it assesses the performance and compliance of the Designated State Agency and/or Designated State Unit with pertinent programmatic and fiscal requirements in the administration of the two IL formula grant programs authorized under Title VII of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, including the State Independent Living Services Program and the IL Services for Older Individuals who are Blind Program.



Fiscal Management


To assist states with the fiscal administration of the program, RSA developed a number of fiscal resources including policy directives and training materials on specific areas of fiscal policy and program administration. In addition, RSA posted training materials from the FY 2013 RSA National Fiscal Management Training Conference conducted August 27-29, 2013, as a resource in this area.

The materials address a number of topics including:

  • Allowable and Allocable Costs;
  • Contract Development and Administration;
  • Establishment Projects;
  • Indirect Cost and Cost Allocation Plan;
  • Integration of Program and Fiscal Info/Data Planning;
  • Internal and External Fiscal Control;
  • Maintenance of Effort;
  • Management of Funding Streams Cash Management & Drawdown;
  • Personnel Cost Allocation;
  • Sources of Match; Third-Party Cooperative Arrangements; and
  • Supporting Documentation.

RSA developed calculators to assist VR agencies in finding the amount of match needed to fulfill the non-federal share of a grant award, and the formula grant process for the basic VR state grants program.



 



 


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Annual Reports



The RSA Annual Reports provide a description of the activities of RSA. RSA is the principal agency for carrying out Titles I, III, VI and VII, as well as specified portions of Title V of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. RSA is responsible for preparing and submitting these reports to the President and Congress under Section 13 of the Act.

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