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Items Posted on IFAP during the Week of March 28, 1999

PublicationDate: 3/29/99
Summary: Items Posted on IFAP during the Week of March 28, 1999
Author: CSB - SFA Customer Support Branch


March 29– April 2, 1999. IFAP Postings. The Customer Support Branch (CSB) posted the following Documents/Letters/Regulations/Announcements to the Information for Financial Aid Professionals (IFAP) web page:

DEAR COLLEAGUE LETTERS:

March 31, 1999: GEN-99-14: Dear President: Attn: Management Information System Office.

March 1999: GEN-99-13: Dear Colleague: This letter is a Year 2000 disclosure notice* on the Direct Loan Module of the 1999 - 2000 EDExpress V5.1 (EDExpress) software package.

March 1999: GEN-99-12: Dear Colleague: This letter is a Year 2000 disclosure notice* on the Title IV Wide Area Network (TIVWAN) and the EDConnect for Windows 32-Bit software package.

March 1999: GEN-99-11: Dear Colleague: Subject: Improvements to the Master Promissory Note for Federal Stafford Loans in the Federal Family Education (FFEL) Program

ELECTRONIC ANNOUNCEMENTS:

March 29, 1999: Items posted to IFAP during the week of March 21, 1999.

March 31, 1999: All Destination Points: Pell Grant Payment Processing: Resumption of daily Pell Grant Data updates to National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)

March 30, 1999: Attention Financial Aid Officers: FY 1997 Draft Cohort Default Rate data was released, March 29, 1999.

April 1, 1999: All TITLE IV WAN Destination Points: Title IV WAN Focus Group Meeting

April 2, 1999: All TITLE IV WAN Destination Points: Upcoming Automatic Message Class Update

FEDERAL REGISTERS:

March 29, 1999: FR Type: Notice: Summary : The Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology program provides grants to consortia that are helping future teachers become proficient in the use of modern learning technologies. This program addresses looming teacher shortages by developing well-qualified, technology-proficient teachers, who are prepared to teach in 21st century schools, particularly schools in low-income communities or rural areas. This program provides support for three types of grants: capacity building grants, implementation grants, and catalyst grants.


April 1, 1999: FR Type: Notice: Summary : The Acting Leader, Information Management Group, Office of the Chief Information Officer, invites comments on the proposed information collection requests as required by the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. Page Numbers: 15733-15734

All of these items can be accessed via the "Bookshelf" page on IFAP.

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Last Modified: 08/16/1999