Administrative Review (AR) Schedule
TDA conducts Administrative Reviews (ARs) on a four-year cycle. The contracting entities (CEs) that will be receiving an AR in the 2021-2022 school year are posted on this page in the When is My Review? box. For guidance, tutorials, forms, information, and more, visit the Administrative Review page.
Procurement Review (PR) Schedule
TDA will conduct procurement reviews (PRs) from years 1 (19-20), year 2 (20-21), and year 3 (21-22) school year review schedule. All CEs with Food Service Management Company (FSMC) contracts should expect a PR in the 20-21 or 21-22 school year. For recent trainings and webinars on Procurement, visit the Procurement Review page.
When is My Review?
The AR and PR Announcement Letter is addressed to the CEs Superintendent and sent via postal mail and/or email. The Superintendent, in addition to the Business Manager or Chief Financial Officer, Claim Preparer, Child Nutrition Director and respective Education Service Center Specialist will receive the Announcement Letter.
Please note: If a CE contracts with a FSMC, TDA must communicate with the CE employee overseeing the FSMC contract. TDA requires all CE contact information is kept up-to-date in your School Year 2021-2022 Application Packet within TXUNPS. If you are scheduled for an AR you will also be required to complete a PR in the same school year.
Important Note: Administrative, Procurement and Financial Reviews schedules are subject to change.
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