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Claims, Claims, and Claims.

As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality. --Albert Einstein

I had to search for a quote that would straighten out the whirlwind of claims processing flying around the FLA office, and somehow Einstein always knows how to word it best! Processing of claims for reimbursement is going quite well and we should have the batch down to Finance in the next couple of days.


This means all Secondary, Post secondary, and Supplemental reimbursements need to be in the FLA office by this date. Please make sure that you have the proper documentation sent with your claims, as this greatly speeds up the approval process. I have listed and in some cases linked examples of the documents needed for your claim to be processed smoothly.

Get your reimbursement quicker list!

Correct Claim Form (signed, electronic signature is ok)
• OCAS Report (signed, electronic signature is ok)
• Invoices for any purchase of single equipment or software items over $250

In addition we are glad to announce that all the FY10 Carl Perkins Supplemental Grant Categories have been awarded. These notices went out as a fax to each school that submitted a grant application from any of the 7 categories including Summer Bridge, Tech Now, Postsecondary Transitions, High Growth and Emerging Technologies, Gateway to Technology, Mentoring Underrepresented Students, and Guidance and Advisement. The competition was tough this year with nearly 100 grant applications, and over 1.45 million awarded. We would like to commend those that sent in applications for their hard work and dedication to CareerTech programs and initiatives.

The temperature on my computer says its 108 degrees outside, stay cool during these Oklahoma summer days. As always the FLA office is here to assist you with any questions or concerns, if we can help you in any way just swing by here and post a comment or give us a call and we will be glad to help you.

Till next time I’m “certain” it’s time to go…


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