Building Subrecipient Fiscal Monitoring Systems: Processes and Tools in Idaho and Kansas
The popular session from IDEA Fiscal Forum 2018 was repeated as a webinar. Presenters discussed Idaho’s new Fiscal Monitoring Plan to improve efficiency and effectiveness in managing IDEA Part B funds and Kansas’s experience integrating IDEA fiscal monitoring into the state’s larger integrated accountability system. Participants heard about the federal requirements, successes, challenges, and opportunities of implementing and continuously improving fiscal monitoring systems at the state educational agency level. A recording of the webinar will be released in early 2019.
- Anthony Mukuna, Funding and Accountability Coordinator, Idaho State Department of Education, Special Education
- Dean Zajic, State and Federal Programs Coordinator, Kansas State Department of Education, Early Childhood, Special Education, and Title Services
- Jana Rosborough, National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI)
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- Building Subrecipient Fiscal Monitoring Systems: Processes and Tools in Idaho and Kansas. Presenters: Anthony Mukuna (Idaho), Dean Zajic (Kansas), Jana Rossborough (NCSI)