Publication Date: September 18, 2009
Subject: Demonstration Recordings - Electronic Cohort Default Rate Appeals 2.2 Demonstration Sessions
Summary: This letter announces the availability of Federal Student Aid's Electronic Cohort Default Rate Appeals (eCDR Appeals) Release 2.2 demonstration sessions.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the electronic Cohort Default Rate Appeals (eCDR Appeals) demonstration sessions. We have refreshed the New Data Adjustment demonstration to reflect our implementation of eCDR Appeals Release 2.2 on September 14, 2009.
We recorded the eCDR Appeals demonstration sessions via Microsoft Office Live Meeting. We list each demonstration and provide its link below. These sessions will also be available on the eCDR Appeals Web site.
User Registration Demonstration Session
The following demonstration provides information on user registration for eCDR Appeals:
NDA Preparation and Submission Demonstration Session
The following demonstration provides information on preparing and submitting a new data adjustment (NDA) via eCDR Appeals:
UDA Preparation and Submission Demonstration Session
The following demonstration provides information on preparing and submitting an uncorrected data adjustment (UDA) via eCDR Appeals:
- To view a demonstration session, it is not necessary for a user to enter a Recording Key. The user must simply enter his or her name and then click on the View Recording button.
- There are two versions of each demonstration session available for streaming or downloading. If a user wishes to view the Microsoft Office Live Meeting Replay version, he or she should install the Replay Wrapper available on the site.
- These sessions are not captioned. The eCDR Appeals User Guides provide complete instructions on using eCDR Appeals and are fully accessible. User Guides are available for the registration process, as well as the IDC, UDA and NDA processes. These User Guides can be found on the eCDR Appeals Web site.
- The instructions that data managers use to respond to NDA cases are not included in these demonstration sessions. Data manager users should refer to the eCDR Appeals NDA User Guide, available on the eCDR Appeals Web site, for detailed information.
If you have questions about the eCDR Appeals application, User Guides or demonstration sessions, contact us by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Portfolio Performance Division (formerly Default Prevention and Management) Hotline at 202/377-4259.
Service Director, Operations
Federal Student Aid