ARRA - SFSF Evaluation Report

The State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) grantees must provide a final evaluation report in the format and within the timeframe requested by TEA following the end of each project year (2009-2010, 2010-2011) for which they receive a notice of grant award (NOGA). Grantees are not in compliance with grant conditions and requirements until such time as this report is received by the TEA Project Administrator.  Failure to comply with reporting requirements could result in the grantee being identified as high-risk and the imposition of one or more special conditions or enforcement actions.

2009-2010 Revised SFSF Evaluation Report

The 2009-2010 SFSF Evaluation Report was originally completed on November 30, 2010. TEA reviewed, aggregated and submitted the data to USDE in Section II.B of the Initial Annual Report under the SFSF Program for Texas. The Initial Annual Report is available on the website.

2010-2011 SFSF Evaluation Report

UPDATE On The 2010-2011 SFSF Evaluation Report (7/2/12): TEA has cancelled and will not require local education agencies (LEAs) to submit the 2010-2011 SFSF Evaluation Report. However, LEAs should be aware that USDE may request additional information from TEA regarding SFSF, and TEA may be required to request the additional information from LEAs.

Reporting Fraud, Waste, or Abuse of ARRA Funds 

Texas State Auditor's Office (SAO) 
The SAO investigates allegations of fraud, waste or abuse involving state funds and resources, including ARRA funds. To report fraud, waste or abuse (or suspicion of fraud, waste or abuse) to the SAO, call the SAO Hotline at 800-TX-AUDIT (892-8348) or submit a report to the SAO's Online Reporting Hotline

United States Department of Education (USDE) Office of Inspector General (OIG)   
The USDE OIG investigates allegations of fraud, waste and abuse related to federal education funds and federally funded programs, including ARRA funds.  To report fraud, waste, or abuse (or suspicion of fraud, waste or abuse) to the USDE OIG, contact the Special Agent in Charge for Texas (Thomas Utz Jr., (214) 661-9538, 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 1440, Dallas, TX 75201-6817); email; call 1-800-MISUSED (1-800-647-8733); or write the Inspector General’s Hotline, Office of Inspector General, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20202-1500.  USDE OIG provides additional guidance for reporting at OIG Hotline:  Fraud Prevention.


For additional information, contact:

Division of NCLB Program Coordination
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX  78701

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