Systems for District Planning, Reporting and Budgeting

The Office of Federal Programs uses a variety of web systems to monitor Federal compliance. These systems can be accessed via your OH|ID account. If you do not have a OH|ID account, please click here.

Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP)

The Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP) is a unified grants application and verification system that consists of two parts: the Planning Tool and the Funding Application.

The Planning Tool contains the goals, strategies, action steps and district goal amounts for all grants in the CCIP. The Funding Application contains the budget, budget details, nonpublic services and other related pages. There are six Funding Applications in the CCIP: Consolidated, Competitive, Student Intervention, Career-Technical and Adult Education, Adult Basic and Literacy Education and Community School.

To Access the CCIP, click here.

Compliance System

Compliance is an application that helps districts and community schools monitor how well they are meeting the legal requirements of No Child Left Behind and other federally funded programs. It is a tool for self-evaluation and compliance monitoring of any programs receiving federal funds.

Users who are associated with an organization and assigned to one of the following roles in their organization in the Ohio Educational Directory System (OEDS-R) are allowed access to Compliance:

  • CCIP Authorized Representative
  • CCIP Fiscal Representative
  • Superintendent
  • Principal
  • Treasurer
  • Director
  • Executive Director
  • Coordinator – Federal Programs
  • Coordinator – Title I Programs
  • Compliance Cohort List

To Access Compliance, click here.

Nonpublic Data System

The Nonpublic Data System (NPDS) is a Web-based system used to collect nonpublic student enrollment and federal program participation information for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as reauthorized by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEIA).  The No Child Left Behind Act 2001 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEIA) requires equitable participation of nonpublic school students and education personnel with federal program services.

To Access Compliance, click here.


Comparability is a Title I fiscal requirement [ESEA, 1120A(c)] that is intended to demonstrate that a local school district is using Title I funds to supplement, and not supplant, non-Federal funds that would otherwise be used for authorized activities under Title I-A. To be eligible to receive Title I funds, a Local Educational Agency (LEA) must use state and local funds to provide services in Title I schools that are at least comparable to services provided in non-Title I schools. If the LEA serves all of its schools with Title I funds within a particular grade span, the LEA must use state and local funds to provide services that are substantially comparable in each school.

Demonstrating comparability is a prerequisite for receiving Title I funds. Because Title I allocations are made annually, comparability is an annual requirement. The Comparability Web-based system enables districts to perform the necessary calculations annually to demonstrate that all of its Title I schools are in fact comparable.

To Access Compliance, click here.

Last Modified: 9/11/2020 9:57:13 AM