Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 / 9091 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 / 9091 PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 5fa73b-N2E4O



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 / 9091

Description:

Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 / 9091 Agenda Overview Highlights What s New in ETA 9090 / 9091 Common ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:108
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 78
Provided by: Maria475
Learn more at: http://www.doleta.gov
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 / 9091


1
Program Reporting Changes and Requirements for
the WIA Quarterly and Annual Reports ETA 9090 /
9091
2
Agenda
  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Whats New in ETA 9090 / 9091
  • Common Measures Key Concepts Considerations

2
3
Agenda (cont)
  • ETA 9090 Reporting Instructions
  • ETA 9091 Reporting Instructions
  • Quiz - time permitting

4
Overview
5
Background
  • Common Performance Measures Policy for ETAs
    Performance Accountability System -TEGL 17-05
  • Common Measures Policy - TEGL 28-04, April 15,
    2004
  • Revised Reporting Instructions for PY05 PY06
  • 1st (2nd?) Quarter PY05 results

6
Recent Revisions to Common Measures Policy
  • TEGL 17-05 Rescinds and replaces
  • TEGL 28-04
  • TEGL 7-99 core performance measures
  • Customer Satisfaction measures in
  • TEGL 6-00 and TEGL 6-00 Ch. 1

7
Current Reporting Requirements
  • TEGL 28-04
  • Common Measures
  • Participation Exit
  • Implementation began 7/1/05
  • Revised Reporting Instructions
  • WI/A Quarterly Report (ETA 9090)
  • WIA Annual Report (ETA 9091)

8
Illustration Participation and Exit
Eligible and Receives Service
End of 90-Day Period
Last Service
Participation
No Services
Participation Date
Exit Date
9
Key changes in TEGL 17-05
  • Program Participation
  • Adult Earnings Measure
  • Literacy and Numeracy Gain
  • Testing Interval
  • CM definition of Certificate replaces Credential
    beginning July 1, 2006

10
Program Participation
  • Participant includes
  • Those who receive services remotely or through
    electronic technologies
  • Individuals that use self-directed tools for job
    search Does not apply to WIA Youth program
  • No longer exclude self-directed job search that
    does not result in referral to a job

11
(PY 2006) AVERAGE EARNINGS
  • Definition For those employed in the 1st, 2nd
    and 3rd quarter after exit, average six month
    earnings in the 2nd and 3rd quarter after exit
  • Calculation

Of those employed in the 1st 2nd and 3rd quarters
after exit
Earnings from the 2nd and 3rd quarter after
exit Number who exit during the quarter
12
Literacy Numeracy
  • Based on date of first youth service
  • No longer tied to date of participation
  • Testing Interval
  • Youth participants may be included for up to 3
    years if they remain Basic Skills Deficient

13
1st (2nd?) Quarter PY05 results
  • Failure to report
  • Inaccurate data
  • More work to be done

14
1st Quarter PY05 observations
  • Total Adults (self services only) gt Total Adult
    Participants
  • Should be smaller number
  • Total Youth (14-21) Participants and Exiters
  • Should equal sum of Younger Youth and Older Youth
  • Should equal sum of In-School and Out-of-School
  • Current Quarter (most recent) roughly equal to ¼
    Cumulative 4-Quarter

15
Highlights
16
What's New in the WIA Quarterly Report - ETA 9090
17
Performance Measures
  • Uses Common Measures concepts
  • Participant
  • Exit
  • Common Measures Definitions
  • Adult, DW, NEG
  • Entered Employment
  • Employment Retention
  • Earnings Increase (PY05)
  • Average Earnings (PY06)
  • Youth (14-21)
  • Placement in Employment or Education
  • Attainment of Degree or Certificate
  • Literacy and Numeracy Gains
  • (opt. PY05, req. PY06)

18
More changes
  • Total Participants / Total Exiters breakouts
  • WIA Adults (self services only)
  • NEG
  • Received Training Services
  • Breakout for Total Participants only
  • In-School / Out-of-School
  • Rolling four quarters
  • Customer Satisfaction not reported

19
What's New in the WIA Annual Report ETA 9091
20
Performance Measures
  • Uses Common Measures concepts
  • Participant
  • Exit
  • Common Measures Definitions
  • Adult, DW
  • Entered Employment
  • Employment Retention
  • Earnings Increase (PY05)
  • Average Earnings (PY06)

21
Tables
  • Additional table H 1 for Youth
  • Common Measures
  • Placement in Employment or Education
  • Attainment of Degree or Certificate
  • Literacy or Numeracy Gains
  • Table M
  • Total Participants and Total Exiters breakouts
  • WIA Adult (self services only)
  • In-school/out-of-school
  • Table O
  • Additional lines for 3 Youth Common Measures

22
Common Measures Key Concepts Considerations
22
23
Whos reported in participant counts?
  • All individuals who have been determined
    eligible and receive a service, including
    self-service and informational activities, in
    either a physical location (One-Stop career
    center or affiliate site) or remotely through
    electronic technologies

24
Whos included in WIA performance measures
calculations?
  • All participants who receive a core, intensive,
    or training service who exit the program are to
    be included in the performance measures
    calculations, except that WIA Section 136
    excludes WIA adult and dislocated worker program
    participants who only receive self-service or
    informational activities

25
What are Self-Service and Informational
Activities?
  • Core services that are made available and
    accessible to the general public that are
    designed to inform and educate individuals about
    the labor market, their employment strengths and
    weaknesses, and the range of services appropriate
    to their situation and that do not require
    significant staff involvement with the individual
    in terms of resources or time.
  • Ref. 20 CFR 666.140(a)(2)

26
ETAs Interpretation of Self-Service and
Informational Activities
  • Self-Service participants serve themselves in
    accessing workforce investment system information
    in either a physical location or remotely through
    electronic technologies
  • Informational activities may include
    self-services and staff assisted core services
    that are designed to inform and educate a
    participant about the labor market and to enable
    a participant to identify his or her individual
    employment strengths, weaknesses, and the range
    of services appropriate for the individual.

27
Significant Staff Involvement
  • Any assistance provided by staff beyond the
    informational activities regardless of the length
    of time involved in providing such assistance
  • Includes a staff members assessment of a
    participants skills, education, or career
    objectives in order to assist participants in any
    of the following
  • Decide on appropriate next steps in search of
    employment, training, and related services
  • Assess their personal barriers to employment
  • Access other related services necessary to
    enhance their employability and individual
    employment related needs.

28
Informational Activities
  • When a staff member provides a participant with
    readily available information that does not
    require an assessment of the participants
    skills, education, or career objectives, the
    participant is a recipient of informational
    activities. This includes
  • Labor market trends
  • Unemployment rate information
  • Businesses that are hiring or reducing workforce
  • Info on high growth industries
  • Info on demand occupations

29
Participant vs. WIA Performance
Service Service Participant WIA Perf WIA Perf
C O R E Self Service Yes No No
C O R E Informational Activities
C O R E Self Service Yes Yes No
C O R E Staff Assisted
C O R E Readily Available Information Yes Yes No
C O R E Requires Staff Assessment Yes Yes Yes
Intensive Intensive Yes Yes Yes
Training Training Yes Yes Yes
Follow-up Follow-up No No No
30
Participants
Self-Service
Info. Activities
31
Core
Core
WIA PERF CALC
Self-Service
Significant Staff Involve
32
2 Groups of Participants/Exiters
  • Participants
  • New participants after 7/1/05
  • Carryover participants from PY04
  • Exiters
  • New Exiters after 7/1/2005
  • Reach Back period
  • Dont recalculate prior WIA exit dates

33
Other Considerations
  • What is level of integration?
  • Required and partner programs with-in One-Stops?
  • State MIS
  • How are services tracked among partner programs?
  • Converting Data from WIASRD records
  • Determining participation and soft exit dates
  • Services sorted by
  • Date
  • Program
  • Routine?
  • Follow-up?
  • Commence Participation?
  • Extend Exit?

34
  • Scenarios
  • The following scenarios could occur in the
    delivery of services. While these scenarios do
    not cover every situation states and local
    workforce investment areas may encounter, they
    can be used to determine the level of staff
    involvement that will trigger a period of
    participation and a participants inclusion in
    WIA performance measures calculations.

35
Scenario 1
  • An individual comes into the One-Stop Career
    Center believing that he can access all
    government services. He asks for directions to
    the Motor Vehicle Administration. The
    receptionist gives the information and the
    individual leaves.
  • This person is not a participant and will not
    appear in any counts for performance measures.
    The information that he sought did not directly
    relate to the services provided by the One-Stop
    Career Center or the workforce investment system

36
Scenario 2
  • An individual comes into the One-Stop Career
    Center and accesses the computers in the
    self-service area, using a system user account
    identification. The self-service area is jointly
    funded by WIA and Wagner-Peyser Act funds. She
    takes some notes, scribbles the notes on a sheet
    of paper near the computer, and leaves the
    facility.

37
  • This person may be a participant but it is
    difficult to determine the nature of the
    information that the individual has accessed or
    written down, as there had been no staff
    interaction with this individual. In this case
    the individual is a participant because she used
    her system user account identification to access
    a saved job search on the states Internet job
    bank system and copied employer contact
    information. This participants self- referral
    activity was captured by the states datasystem
    and a service transaction was recorded. Because
    the state job bank is funded by both WIA and the
    Wagner-Peyser Act, this individual is included in
    the WIA and Wagner-Peyser Act participant counts,
    but not included in the WIA performance measures
    calculation because the participant received only
    self-services. This person is included in the
    Wagner-Peyser Act performance calculations.

38
Scenario 3
  • An individual accesses job listings from his
    home computer and uses the resume writer software
    that is on the local One-Stop Web site. The Web
    site is jointly funded by the Wagner-Peyser Act
    and WIA. The individual sends his resume in
    response to a job listing.
  • This person is a participant as he has used
    workforce investment system information and
    services to assist his job search. This
    individual is included in Wagner-Peyser Act and
    WIA participant counts, but not included in the
    WIA performance measures calculation because the
    participant received only self-services. This
    person is counted in the Wagner-Peyser Act
    performance calculations.

39
Scenario 4
  • An individual accesses job listings from a
    computer at the local library and uses her
    account identification that she established with
    the workforce investment system to log on to the
    computer. The individual sends her resume in
    response to a job listing for which she believes
    she will be a suitable candidate.
  • This person is a participant as she has used
    workforce investment system services to assist
    her job search. This individual is included as a
    Wagner-Peyser Act and WIA participant, but not
    included in the WIA performance measures
    calculation because the participant received only
    self-services. This person is counted in the
    Wagner-Peyser Act performance calculations.

40
Scenario 5
  • An individual has figured out how to access
    workforce investment system information from his
    cell phone that includes a personal data
    assistant. He thinks that he has found the job
    of his dreams on the state job bank and posts his
    resume with the employer.
  • This person is a participant as he has used
    workforce investment system services to assist
    his job search. This individual is included as a
    Wagner-Peyser Act and WIA participant, but not
    included in the WIA performance calculations
    because the individual received only
    self-services. This person is counted in the
    Wagner-Peyser Act performance calculations

41
Scenario 6
  • An individual arrives at the One-Stop Career
    Center and, familiar with computers, she decides
    to go to the self-service section and search the
    job listings. Later, she wants to review
    occupational trends information. She pulls up
    some information, but is not quite sure how the
    trends were calculated. She questions the staff
    about the statistics and asks where she might
    find additional information on the need for
    workers in this field. The staff member answers
    the question and directs the individual to the
    Career Voyages, another self-service Web site
    where more information and other helpful links
    are available.

42
Scenario 6 cont.
  • This person is a participant as she has used
    workforce investment system information and
    self-service electronic tools jointly funded by
    WIA and Wagner-Peyser Act funds to assist her job
    search. This individual is included as a
    Wagner-Peyser Act and WIA participant, but not
    included in the WIA performance calculations
    because the participant received only
    self-service and informational activities. This
    individual did not receive services requiring
    significant staff involvement because the staff
    person provided readily available information and
    instructions about tools and services in the
    research room without having to assess the
    individuals skills, education, or career
    objectives. This person is counted in the
    Wagner-Peyser Act performance calculations.

43
Scenario 7
  • An individual arrives at a One-Stop Career
    Center looking for information on the
    availability of jobs in a specific field. The
    staff member asks the individual several
    questions to determine the individuals previous
    work experience, education, and training
    experience in the specific industry and
    occupation. The staff member assists the
    individual to search for employment on a resource
    room computer and provides him with the local
    occupational and economic trend information.

44
Scenario 7 cont.
  • This person is a participant as he has used
    workforce investment system staff-assisted
    service to assist his job search. This
    individual is included as a Wagner-Peyser Act and
    WIA participant, and must be included in the WIA
    performance measures calculation because the
    participant received more than self-service and
    informational activities. The staff member
    performed an assessment of the participants work
    readiness for employment in the local area and
    assisted in the participants job search. This
    person is also counted in the Wagner-Peyser Act
    performance calculations.

45
Scenario 8
  • An individual arrives at the One-Stop Career
    Center and wants to know the various services
    that are available at the One-Stop Career Center.
    The One-Stop Career Center specialist gives the
    individual an orientation to the One-Stop Career
    Center and advises the individual of what
    services are available. The staff member sets
    the individual up at a computer and shows him how
    to use the equipment and to access the job search
    tools. Later, the individual participates in an
    assessment interview and begins to develop an
    employment plan.

46
Scenario 8 cont.
  • This individual is a participant as she has used
    workforce investment system services to assist
    her job search. This individual is included as a
    Wagner-Peyser Act and WIA participant. She is
    included in the WIA performance measures
    calculations because her assessment interview and
    the development of an employment plan required
    significant staff involvement. This individual
    should also be included in the Wagner-Peyser Act
    performance calculations.

47
Workforce Investment Act Quarterly
Report General Reporting Instructions and ETA
Form 9090
48
ETA 9090 Reporting Instructions General
Instructions
  • Aggregate Performance data
  • Determine levels of participation and
    accomplishments
  • Time Periods
  • Most recent quarter
  • Most recent four quarter period

49
Covered Programs
  • WIA Adult
  • WIA Dislocated Worker Program
  • WIA Youth Program
  • National Emergency Grant

50
National Emergency Grants
  • Separate Breakout on ETA 9090
  • Total Participant
  • Total Exiters
  • Entered Employment Rate
  • Employment Retention Rate
  • Six Months Earnings Increase

51
Covered Programs (cont)
  • Statewide activities
  • Include activities that involve enrollment of
    individuals
  • Exclude activities that do not involve enrollment
    of Individuals
  • Indirect services (e.g. research or evaluation)
  • Highly specialized services (incumbent worker
    training)

52
Due Date
Report Quarter Due Dates
January March May 15th
April June August 14th
July-September November 14th
October December February 14th
Note When due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday the quarterly report is due the Friday before. Note When due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday the quarterly report is due the Friday before.
53
WIA Quarterly Report Format ETA 9090
  • Four Columns
  • Performance Items
  • Program Group
  • Performance Items broken into subpopulations
  • Current Quarter (most recent)
  • Cumulative 4-Quarter Reporting Period

54
WIA Quarterly Report Format (cont)
  • Performance Items
  • Total Participants
  • Total Exiters
  • Performance Measures

55
Total Participants
  • Total Adult Participants
  • Total Adult Participants (self services only)
  • WIA Adults
  • WIA Dislocated Workers
  • National Emergency Grant
  • Received Training Services
  • WIA Adults
  • WIA Dislocated Workers
  • Total Youth (14-21) Participants
  • Younger Youth (14-18)
  • Older Youth (19-21)
  • Out-of-School
  • In-School

56
Total Exiters
  • Total Adult Participants
  • Total Adult Participants (self services only)
  • WIA Adults
  • WIA Dislocated Workers
  • National Emergency Grant
  • Total Youth (14-21) Participants
  • Younger Youth (14-18)
  • Older Youth (19-21)
  • Out-of-School
  • In-School

57
Performance Measures
  • 3 Youth Common Measures
  • Placement in Employment or Education
  • Attainment of Degree or Certificate
  • Literacy or Numeracy Gains
  • 2 WIA Younger Youth Measures
  • Diploma or Equivalent
  • Skill Attainment

58
Performance Measures (cont)
  • Entered Employment Rate (Ad, DW, OY,NEG)
  • Employment Credential (Ad, DW)
  • or Credential Rates (OY)
  • Retention Rate (Ad, DW, OY, YY, NEG)
  • Six-Months Earnings (Ad, DW, OY,NEG)

59
Rationale for Rolling Quarter
Methodology
  • Issue We have program years, state and federal
    fiscal years, and calendar years, making
    communication of "annual results" to customers
    and stakeholders seem convoluted
  • This methodology allows us to speak in terms of
    four quarters of data (i.e., annual data) for any
    workforce program, whether the program is based
    on a program year or fiscal year

60
The Rolling Four-Quarter Methodology Explained
  • Take a look at the following, which could be
    considered a rolling four-letter alphabet
  • Notice that the first letter drops off so
    another letter can be added, creating the
    perception that the letters are rolling

A B C D E F G H I
A B C D E F G H I
61
Rolling Four-Quarter Methodology (contd)
  • Rolling quarters operate much the same way
  • We must have four quarters at any given time so
    we can communicate in terms of annual results
  • The earliest quarter drops off so the next (most
    recent) quarter can be added
  • As this process continues, it creates a rolling
    quarter perception

Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct- Dec Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct Dec Jan - Mar
Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct- Dec Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct Dec Jan - Mar
Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct- Dec Jan Mar Apr June July Sept Oct Dec Jan - Mar
62
Rolling 4 Quarters
  • Total Participants PY05
  • 1st Qtr PY06 shift last row one column to right

2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006
Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June Apr-June July-Sept
      Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants 14-Nov        
        Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants 14-Feb      
          Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants 15-May    
            Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants Total Participants 14-Aug 14-Aug
63
Rolling 4 Quarters
  • Total Exiters PY05
  • 1st Qtr PY06 shift last row one column to right

2006
2005
2004
Oct-Dec
July-Sept
Apr-June
Jan-Mar
Oct-Dec
July-Sept
Apr-June
Jan-Mar
Oct-Dec
July-Sept
Apr-June
Jan-Mar
 
 
 
 
14-Nov
 
Total Exiters
 
 
 
 
 
14-Feb
 
Total Exiters
 
 
 
 
 
15-May
 
Total Exiters
 
 
 
 
 
14-Aug
 
Total Exiters
 
 
 
 
 
64
Placement in Employment or Education Time Periods
  • For the Quarter ending Sept 2005
  • Each following quarter shift 1 column to the
    right

2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006
Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec
Exit Cohort Exit Cohort Exit Cohort Exit Cohort                
  Employment or Education Employment or Education Employment or Education Employment or Education              
      Wage Delay for Employment outcome Wage Delay for Employment outcome Wage Delay for Employment outcome Wage Delay for Employment outcome 14-Nov        
65
Retention Earning Increase Time periods
  • For the Quarter ending Sept 2005
  • Each following quarter - shift one quarter to
    right

2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006
July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June July-Sept Oct-Dec Jan-Mar Apr-June
Exit Cohort Exit Cohort Exit Cohort Exit Cohort                
  Employment Qtr Employment Qtr Employment Qtr Employment Qtr              
    Retention Earnings Retention Earnings Retention Earnings Retention Earnings Retention Earnings          
          2 Qtr Wage Record Delay 2 Qtr Wage Record Delay 2 Qtr Wage Record Delay 2 Qtr Wage Record Delay      
                  14-Nov5    
66
ETA 9091 Reporting Instructions
67
Workforce Investment Act Annual Report General
Reporting Instructions and ETA Form 9091 General
Instructions
  • Emulate Private Sectors Report to Stockholders
  • Meets federal reporting requirements
  • WIA 136(d)(1) and WIA 185(d)
  • Allows flexibility to showcase unique programs,
    strategies, and accomplishments.

68
General Instructions (cont)
  • Three required elements (WIA Sec. 136)
  • State Local performance data
  • Perf data must be based on WIASRD data
  • Status of state evaluation activities
  • Cost of WIA activities relative to the effect of
    those activities on the performance of
    participants

69
Covered Programs
  • WIA Adult Program
  • WIA Dislocated Worker Program
  • WIA Youth Program

70
Covered Programs (cont)
  • Performance information on NEG participants will
    not be included Reported on Quarterly Report
  • Statewide activities
  • Include activities that involve enrollment of
    individuals
  • Exclude activities that do not involve enrollment
    of Individuals
  • Indirect services (e.g. research or evaluation)
  • Highly specialized services (e.g. incumbent
    worker training)

71
Annual Report Specifications
  • Two Required Sections
  • Narrative Section
  • Tables A - O

72
Narrative Section
  • Narrative Section - must include
  • Cost of WIA activities relative to the effect on
    the performance of participants
  • Description of state evaluations of WIA
    activities
  • Questions the evaluation will/did address
  • Description of methodology
  • Info on timing of feedback and deliverables

73
Narrative (cont)
  • Narrative Section may include
  • success stories,
  • messages from Governor,
  • info on State WIB members,
  • market analysis, strategies for improvement,
    programs effects on major industries, etc.

74
Table Section
  • State Wide Performance data
  • Tables A-N
  • Local Area Performance date
  • Table 0, one for each local area
  • Dont forget Customer Satisfaction!!
  • Results are reported in Table A

75
American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI)
  • Required Methodology for Statewide Results
  • Who Will be surveyed?
  • Participants WIA Title IB exiters
  • Employers who received a substantial service
  • that involved personal contact by WIA staff
  • Time frame for surveys
  • Participants within 60 days of expected last
    date of service
  • Employers ASAP after completion of service, but
    no later than 60 days after completion of service

76
Required Methodology for Statewide Results (cont)
  • Telephone Surveys
  • Random Samples
  • 500 completed surveys
  • 70 response rate
  • 3 required questions
  • 10 point scale
  • 1 Very Dissatisfied, 10 Very Satisfied
  • Weighted Average results

77
Parameters for Collecting Customer Satisfaction
information to Measure Local WIB Performance
  • Purchase license and use ASCI methodology
  • Develop alternative measurement instruments and
    methodology
  • objective, quantifiable, and measurable results
  • Consistently applied among all local WIBs
  • Collected in uniform and Equitable manner
  • Conform to widely accepted methodological and
    statistical criteria for measuring customer
    satisfaction

Additional Info on Customer Satisfaction
requirements http//www.doleta.gov/Performance/
78
Due Date
Program Year Due Dates
PY 2005 October 1, 2006
PY 2006 October 1, 2007
PY 2007 October 1, 2008
Note When due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday the quarterly report is due the Friday before. Note When due date falls on a Saturday or Sunday the quarterly report is due the Friday before.
79
Submission Procedures
  • Tables A-O submitted through Enterprise Business
    Support System (EBSS)
  • 3 copies of narrative mailed to ETA and/or
  • Additional electronic copy for posting on ETAs
    website (WIA.AR_at_dol.gov)
  • WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Acrobat or other
    commonly used format.
  • Must complete Report Validation prior to
    submitting the WIA Annual Report
About PowerShow.com