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1840-0110 199902-1840-006
Historical Active 199802-1840-005
ED/OPE
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Revision of a currently approved collection   No
Regular
Approved without change 04/22/1999
Retrieve Notice of Action (NOA) 02/16/1999
Approved as amended by ED's submissions of 4/16/99 and 4/20/99. In addition, the following terms apply: (1) ED will continue in its efforts to work with the Department of Treasury (IRS) to implement, as soon as possible, an income verification program for Federal student aid applicants (as authorized in the Higher Education Act Amendments of 1998). Prior to implementating any piece of the verification process (e.g., testmatches of data, matching of data for individuals that have greatest likelihood of misreporting), ED will submit to OMB as an addendum to the FAFSA package its plan or strategy for implementation. Further, the next submission of the FAFSA for clearance will contain a detailed update on what ED has accomplished with respect to a verification program to date, and what the strategy and timeline is for future activities. OMB agrees to provide any help or guidance to ED and Treasury toward successful implementation of a verficiation program. (2) Prior to sending out the final version of the 2000-2001 FAFSA for use in the field, ED will submit for OMB review as an addendum to this package, its plan for dealing with FAFSAs that fail to report the parent social security number (e.g., will it yield a reject FAFSA, a comment code, etc.). (3) Prior to sending out the final version of the 2000-2001 FAFSA for use in the field, ED will submit for OMB review as an addendum to this package, a revised Privacy Act statement which reflects the final disposition on the issue of the parent SSN. (4) Prior to sending out the final version of the 2000-2001 FAFSA for use in the field, ED will submit for OMB review as an addendum to this package, ED's strategy for implementing the *drug conviction* provisions of HEA 1998. ED will provide OMB periodic updates on this issue in light of developments through the negotiated rulemaking process which is currently underway. Further, as part of the addendum, ED will provide for OMB review a copy of worksheet C (or any worksheet ED plans to provide to students to use in assessing eligibility) (5) Through use of an electronic access code or some other means that ED deems appropriate, ED will, for the 2000-2001 FAFSA, have in place an option for all renewal web filers to complete their submissions without printing out and mailing in a separate signature page. OMB commends ED on their work to achieve this important goal, and on their accomplishments with respect to Web FAFSA. Further, ED will continue their work to provide an electronic signature option for all FAFSA filers (renewal and first time filers). (6) In each area where ED did not make changes to the form in response to public comments because the commenters misunderstood ED policy, ED will work closely with the student aid community to clear up any confusion surrounding those policies. For example, ED will work with the community to clarify ED's policy with respect to question 77 on the 2/16/99 version of the FAFSA regarding number of people in the parents household. (7) In order to address confusion expressed by public commenters, ED will change the parenthetical in item 66 of the 4/16/99 version of the FAFSA from (except for your parents) to (exclude your parents) or (do not include your parents).
  Inventory as of this Action Requested Previously Approved
06/30/2001 06/30/2001 06/30/2000
10,254,697 10,254,697 9,998,997
6,589,649 6,589,649 6,274,770
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