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Recent Program Updates to Tracking At-A-Glance® (TAAG)
FSS Webinar
A webinar highlighting the changes to the Contract of Participation (CoP) screen is now available in View/Webinars.
FSS Transfer Option
TAAG now has an option to switch existing FSS participants to the new FSS rules via the transfer option on the CoP screen.
CoP FSS Final Rule Update
The CoP screen has been modified to reflect the changes outlined in the FSS Final Rule. You can now enroll new residents in FSS under the new rules. We have enhanced the module by auto-filling Form HUD-52650 with data from the CoP screen for new participants. Other areas in TAAG have also been updated to reflect the new rules. We will be hosting a webinar to go over the changes for FSS.
Choice Neighborhoods
TAAG now has the option to track multiple Choice Neighborhoods grants. Users can enter data and report separately for each Choice Neighborhoods grant they receive.
URA Low Income Limits
The Relocations Module has been updated to reflect the new 2022 URA Low Income Limits.
Jobs Plus Age Category
The Jobs Plus module has been updated to reflect participants 18-64 years old for Cohort 6 (FY2019) grantees onward in accordance with HUD guidelines.
JPEID Changes
The JPEID screen has been updated to allow entry of the JPEID information without requiring an assessment for the Head of Household. The JPEID screen and the Jobs Plus report will no longer display the unit months in accordance with the latest revisions to the reporting requirements from HUD. Items 40 and 41 on the Jobs Plus report were revised accordingly.
Standards for Success
The Standards for Success module has been revised based on HUD's ROSS Data Guide 3.0. The update also includes two new fields on the General Information screen for users to enter legacy data for their ROSS Participant ID and ROSS Household ID. New participants should use TAAG's Resident ID and Household ID as the default identifiers.
Import Multiple Households
For sites with Elite, Yardi or Tenmast interfaces, you can now import multiple households in a single operation. Prior to importing, you can delimit the list of eligible families by public housing residency or zip code if desired.
Digital Signature
The digital signature feature in TAAG has been expanded to produce a system-generated signature on the Contract of Participation and Plan screens. Users may opt to select Digital Sign & Send to electronically sign the CoP and/or Plan, and send the forms to the resident for signature via e-mail or text. Users may also select Digital Sign & Print to sign the forms electronically but print out a hard copy for the resident to sign in-person.
Surveys and Assessments
Surveys are user-defined questionnaires based on various response types including radio buttons, check boxes, select drop-down lists, text boxes and three template grids to capture household demographics, income amounts and interest in and use of programs. Assessments are multi-page questionnaires utilizing radio buttons and optional explanatory text boxes.

Surveys and Assessments for TAAG Respondents

If you are a TAAG resident for whom a survey or assessment has already been designated, enter your TAAG Resident ID below to begin.

Or you may enter your name and the last four digits of your Social Security Number instead.

Surveys for Anonymous Non-TAAG Respondents

Below is a list of surveys designated for use on this site.

Some surveys require an entry code but you do not need to log into TAAG in order to complete a survey.

Participant Application
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Here you can search our database for individuals who may be suitable for employment in your organization. You may search according to Skill Categories, or categories coupled with specific skills, to return lists.

In the Skill Category area, selecting Accounting and Sales, for example, will return a list of individuals with some skills (non-specified) in both categories, whereas selections from Skill Categories/Skills will return individuals with specific skills within the category selected.

Within each list, you can click for details, or view a resume if the individual has one attached.

Please note that there may be discrepancies between the information contained in an individual's resume and our records. This could be because one is more current than the other.

In these cases, you can compare the upload date of the resume with the latest update of our education and employment records, to see which document is more current. Not all individuals have posted resumes, however.

If you find individuals you'd like to contact, please use the message form to inform us of your interest. We'll pass this on to them and request that they get in touch with you.

Or, if resumes are attached, please feel free to get in touch directly with them. And, please contact us if you have comments and suggestions about this service.

Skill Categories:

Skill Categories/Skills:


Additional Status:

Only individuals willing to take a drug test for employment

Here you can download Tracking At-A-Glance® program features, modules and changes, which can be saved on your local volume.

   •If you choose PDF File, the material will be placed in a standard Adobe .pdf file.
   •If you choose Web Document, the program will assemble a .htm file that can be viewed in any browser.
   •If you choose Word Document, the material will be placed in a standard Microsoft Word .doc file.
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Implementation Map

TAAG Features
Here is the complete feature list.

Integrated through the TAAG application are stunning and exportable charts and graphs that will enliven your reports and presentations.
Standard Edition
Web-Based Access Tracking At-A-Glance from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection
Real Time Transmit instant information to all users while avoiding duplication of entries
Multiple Browsers Runs on the most popular Internet browsers: Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera
Mobile Devices Accessible on iOS and Android mobile devices and tablets
Enriched Forms Maintain detailed, easy-to-read resident records in general, household, social network, income and assistance, education and employment categories
Search Engines Query database through exact search criteria to retrieve specific records within seconds formatted for printing without the need for third party software
Needs Assessment Nine (9) user-defined comprehensive Needs Assessments that track initial needs (creating a baseline) and current needs to show resident progress in customizable categories
Caseload Triage Classify residents and determine frequency of contact based on a customizable list of needs
Case Notes Enter original notes about residents, access "frequently used" stored templates, or send broadcast notes to groups of residents
Security Levels Control access to restricted data and confidential information by designating users in one of five groups: auditor, guest (service providers), staff, site or corporate
Referrals Maintain detailed referral information including in-kind and invoiced service amounts
Work History Maintain detailed employment records and track Section 3 placements
Caseload Maintenance Alerts users of "red flag" areas requiring attention such as records that are incomplete, need verification or simply a closer look
Dynamic Updates Update any report every time a reportable entry is made anywhere in the system
Charts and Graphs Create eye-catching charts and graphs in a variety of styles based on caseload data
Multiple Referrals and Milestones Document multiple referrals, enrollments, completions, or milestones on a group of residents
Database Tools Customize the application by adding, deleting or editing existing drop-down list selection items, or creating templates via a simple point-and-click interface
External Documents Upload scanned images, word processing files, spreadsheets, charts, graphs, web pages and PDF files and attach them to residents, staff or any of the agencies tracked in the system
Data Export Export resident data to popular applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Access
Summary Reports Create summary reports and charts of the caseload for Needs Assessments and Caseload Triage data
Address Labels Create and print sheets of formatted mailing labels for residents based on the results of user's custom database search
Form Letters Create and print form letters in a standard word processing environment
E-mail Create and send e-mail messages with up to three attachments to an individual or group; create automatic reminders about upcoming appointments and meetings
Spell Checker In-line spelling correction in all notes, announcements, form letters, and e-mails
Mail Merge Select residents, staff members or agencies and print formatted letters that are auto-addressed to recipient
Daily Planner Enter appointments, meetings and planned follow-ups in a personal calendar and "to do" list
Home Page View daily appointments, staff and resident follow-ups, and copied messages from any authorized user, service provider and/or public site visitor
Staff Announcements Create and display announcements and notifications on each designated user's home page
Internal Notes and E-Mails Communicate with other users via internal staff notes and e-mail messages
Discussion Forums Create site-wide discussions on various topics and instantly view the responses of all other participants
Activity Logs Track time spent with residents whether one-on-one or in group sessions at your agency or external service provider locations
Site Statistics Create demographic statistical breakdowns for each case manager and the entire agency
Google Maps Direct link for location and directions to service provider's or resident's physical address
Personnel Records Maintain basic records on all employees including contact information, caseload data, uploaded resumes and attached documents
Agency Records Maintain detailed records on Housing sites or locations, service providers, funding programs, community resources and vendors
Public Access Provide limited public access so that employers can search for job candidates within your database and contact your agency
Customizable User Interface Enable/disable streamlined menus; set display fonts to condensed, standard or enlarged
Staff Logs Clock employees in and out and maintain time sheets for any work period
Saved Reports Create snapshots of report data in any time frame and save document for instant retrieval at any time
Community Service Track community service hours logged by your residents
Community Resources Track donors and donations
Custom Reports Organize saved searches into a single report; view and print summary and details; export data from details to spreadsheet
Enhanced Edition
Expanded Security Additional user groups (User, Manager, Coordinator) tied to specific locations and/or specific caseloads to provide access only to the information users need
Grants Create and manage separate grants with distinct, user-defined goals, measures and resident populations
Relocations Track resident relocations, loans and payments; auto-calculate moving costs for any state; auto-fill HUD PDF forms
Immigration Create an immigration form and track changes to an immigrant's status
FSS Logic Model Report Track and report on services/activities and outcomes as defined by HUD, based on referrals, milestones, and other data entered into TAAG
Management Reports Create statistical reports and analyses on all aspects of your agency's database
Budgets Create a detailed budget for an individual or household; auto-calculate disposable income based on income and expenses
Homeownership Track data on borrower and co-borrower assets and liabilities, in addition to primary and secondary lenders, property information, grant and tax credits
Money Management Assessment Track credit score, income savings, current and derogatory debt, goals to improve credit score, income, savings and debt
Interface Feature Import resident records from other databases in real time
Custom Assessments Create, administer and tabulate custom assessments
Webinars Archived online video presentations that guide you step by step through TAAG features
Change Logs Track changes to key elements in resident forms
Enterprise Edition
Choice Neighborhoods Track and report on caseload additions, subtractions, and Housing status changes, and complete a household questionnaire for annual reporting
Surveys Create, administer and tabulate surveys with a variety of question types
Dashboard Produce advanced charts and graphs based on site statistics and caseload data
Health Module for tracking a resident's medical history, procedures, physicians, medications and documentation
Jobs Plus/JPEID Generate quarterly Jobs Plus reports based on HUD metrics and guidelines; includes JPEID
Workforce Development Track employers, employer contacts, job openings, job interviews and interview outcomes
Program Management Module for tracking residents placed in special programs such as Disaster Management
SOAR Grants Generate SOAR reports based on HUD metrics and guidelines
Standards for Success Generate Standards for Success forms and reports based on HUD metrics and guidelines
Participant Budgets Track individual expenditures derived from funding programs
Export Calendar Export your appointments and meetings to popular online calendars such as Outloook, Google and Apple
The Budget Module in Tracking At-A-Glance® (TAAG) allows users to create a budget based on either the resident's individual or household income.

   • Maintains data for all monthly income such as, employment, SSI and TANF
   • Maintains data for all monthly expenses such as housing, utilities and medical care
   • Auto-calculates disposable income based on monthly income and expenses
   • Calculates the hourly income that is needed to maintain the monthly budget based on a pre-determined number of hours per week
   • Data can be displayed with eye-catching, exportable charts and graphs
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The Choice Neighborhoods Module tracks all the performance measures from HUD's People (Assisted Residents) Report, and select performance measures from the Housing Report.

Like the other components in TAAG, the Choice Neighborhoods Module is very intuitive and user-friendly, making data compilation and reporting a simple process.

All the data for annual reporting on the Choice Neighborhoods program is seamlessly captured in the form of a household questionnaire.

Data required for annual reporting which includes education, health, economic self-sufficiency, crime and safety, technology, and community engagement and capacity building, can be gathered and input in the form of a questionnaire on a central screen in TAAG for the entire household.

This information in turn feeds into an annual Choice Neighborhoods report designed specifically for this program based on the metrics provided by HUD.

Data required for quarterly reporting which includes caseload additions and subtractions and resident housing status, is captured separately for each resident in the Choice Neighborhood caseload. This information also feeds into a quarterly report designed specifically for Choice Neighborhoods.
The Dashboard Module features a variety of charts generated from the major reporting areas including Referrals, Work History, Assessments, among others.

The charts in each section provide users with an overview of their caseload data. At a glance, users can tell how many completed assessments there are for their caseload, or how many of their residents are employed and what the average wage distribution is.

They can see how many current referrals have actually started, been completed, and those that have led to certificates or diplomas.

The Dashboard Module also displays quarterly and monthly summaries of interim goals, job placements, referrals and milestones, in addition to monetary breakdowns of all income and assistance categories.
For more specific reporting, users may choose to delimit their data based on a particular timeframe, caseload status (current vs. subtracted residents), Resident Status, Additional Status (up to three selections), or Grant.

Case managers can also generate charts for specific members of their caseload.

These charts display data related to assessments, employment, interim goals, referrals, and milestones for the individual with an overlay graph displaying caseload averages in these categories.

The Dashboard Module also gives supervisors a high-level overview of the caseload data for all their case managers.
The FSS Logic Model Report features a dynamic custom report that automatically tracks and reports the services/activities and outcomes established by HUD on the HCV and PH FSS Logic Model based on the referrals, milestones and other relevant data entered into TAAG by your agency.

The report tracks data relating to the different categories provided for in the HUD Guidance, such as Service Coordination, Child Care, Education, Employment, Training, Health, Financial Literacy, Housing and Transportation.

The FSS Logic Model Report also contains several filters, including resident demographic data, grant, and date parameters, to provide a more enhanced report, which can easily be printed as well as exported to Excel in seconds.

Following is a sample report:
Document Name: FSS Logic Model Report-2014
Date Uploaded: 01/22/2015 at 12:20 PM by Site Administrator
Report Criteria:
Select Current Heads of Household = Yes
Count Records On or After = 01/01/2014
Count Records On or Before = 12/31/2014
Service Coordination
New Families Enrolled 5
Families Continuing in CoP Program 66
Families Graduated from CoP Program 8
Individuals Served 188
Child Care
Families Referred to Child Care 13
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Participation 27
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Completions 1
High School Diploma/GED Course Participation 40
High School Diploma/GED Certificate Awards 11
English as a Second Language (ESL) Participation 25
English as a Second Language (ESL) Completions 9
Post-Secondary Classes Participation 44
Post-Secondary Classes Completions 23
Job/Technical Training Certifications 4
Associate's Degree Obtained 6
Bachelor's Degree Obtained 23
Employment Obtained 6
Employment Increased from Part-Time to Full-Time 6
Job Promotions/Changes Resulting In Increased Wages 9
Job Retention Activities Participation 8
Job Retention Activities Completions 6
Maintained Employment for Longer than One Year 4
Employment with Health Benefits 32
Job Preparation/Counseling Enrollments 72
Job Preparation/Counseling Completions 62
Job/Technical Training Enrollments 20
Job/Technical Training Completions 11
Parenting/Household Skills/Life Skills Enrollments 38
Parenting/Household Skills/Life Skills Completions 23
Escrow Account Established 12
IDA Established 13
Individualized Financial Counseling Participation 23
Individualized Financial Counseling Completions 9
Classroom Financial Education Participation 27
Classroom Financial Education Completions 10
Tax Preparation Assistance Provided 9
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Received 7
Healthcare Referrals 29
Mental Health Referrals 3
Substance Abuse Referrals 15
Homeownership Counseling Participation 23
Homeownership Counseling Completions 7
No Longer Needs Rental Assistance 6
Purchased Home With HCV Assistance 7
Purchased Home Without HCV Assistance 5
Transportation Assistance Participation 28
Transportation Assistance Completions 9
The Grant Module allows users to track performance and outcomes for specific grants that have been awarded.

TAAG allows you to:

   • Create grant categories (e.g. ROSS grants) to which you can attach specific grants
   • Set the program length for the grant from one to five years
   • Select countable activities (such as completed assessments, referrals, and employment records) as measures for the grant
   • Establish individual goals for each year

This module compares actual outcomes to projected goals and displays the percentage.

It has been fully integrated into our interface and provides dynamic reports based on user-defined measures.

The report can be viewed in summary or detail mode, and can be exported as an Excel or PDF file.
The Health Module allows users to record various health information about the clients being tracked. The module features an Overview screen summarizing the data in each of the sections listed below.

TAAG tracks:

   • Medical History
   • Medical Problems
   • Medications
   • Mental Health
   • Substance Use
   • Treatments
   • Physicians
   • Referrals
The Homeownership Module allows users to record financial information pertaining to a resident's qualification for homeownership.

TAAG tracks:

   • Credit and asset information for the borrower and co-borrower
   • Property details, such as property type and appraised value
   • Loan details including lender and closing information
   • Grant and tax credits

The Immigration Module allows users to capture information pertinent to a Resident's immigration status.

TAAG tracks:

   • Country of origin
   • Nationality
   • Immigrant Status
   • Date, port, and state of entry
   • Passport and visa numbers

In addition to the standard layout there are four optional user-defined fields that may be enabled to track agency-specific information.
The Interface Feature provides a one-way transfer of information from other software to TAAG.

   • Details such as name, gender, race, ethnicity, date of birth, primary language, social security number, disability, status, citizenship and address
   • Household member relationships
   • Income according to type such as TANF, SSI or Unemployment
   • Escrow amount
   • Public Housing Site
   • Section 8 Classification

Income and escrow amounts are automatically updated after the initial import. The interface feature also includes a discrepancy log, which compares the information in TAAG to the information in the other software.

The discrepancies are highlighted in red when the imported information in TAAG does not match the information in the other software.
The Management Reports Module allows users to view statistical analyses and correlations across several categories, such as Caseload, Community Service, Education, Employment, Primary Demographics, and Referrals.

TAAG tracks:

   • Caseload task accomplishments by Case Manager
   • Comparatives illustrating the productivity percentage of a single case manager compared to the combined percentage for all managers
   • Analysis of correlations between any two categories of information pertaining to a resident's file
   • Analytical data in charts illustrating the comparison of any two categories of information pertaining to a resident's file
   • Task analyses for Corporate level users illustrating weighted and unweighted averages as well as composite factors

All reports can be saved and viewed at a later time. Many have accompanying charts and graphs that can be exported and printed.
The Money Management Assessment Module helps assess a resident's initial financial situation, create realistic goals and document historical changes.

TAAG tracks:

   • Credit scores
   • Income
   • Savings
   • Current and Derogatory debt
   • Goals to improve credit score, income, savings and debt reduction
   • % Increase/Decrease of both actual and goal values

The Relocation Module allows users to track multiple relocation events for each household and calculates Replacement Housing Payments under the URA and Section 104(d). It also calculates moving assistance based on the number of furnished and unfurnished rooms using the Fixed Residential Moving Cost Schedule. This module also provides users the ability to automatically create PDFs for HUD relocation forms, mapping relevant information from TAAG to the PDF.

TAAG tracks:

   • Housing preferences
   • Rent and utility expenses
   • Move type
   • Special needs
   • Most comparable unit
   • Associated documents
   • Loans and payments

HUD Forms:

   • 40058-Claim for Rental Assistance or Down Payment Assistance
   • 40072-Claim for Rental or Purchase Assistance under Section 104(d)
   • 40054-Residential Claim for Moving and Related Expenses
   • 40057-Claim for Replacement Housing Payment for 180-Day Homeowner-Occupant
   • 40061-Selection of Most Representative Comparable Replacement Dwelling for Computing a Replacement Housing Payment
The Survey Module is a comprehensive data collection and tracking solution. At the onset of a program, surveys are important in capturing the composition and needs of a particular demographic in order to solicit funding.

Using the data collected, agencies can confidently apply for grants, indicating the needs of the target population, and outlining their plan to meet these needs.

Once an agency receives funding, all the data collected on survey participants is already located in TAAG, and users can immediately begin implementing the additional functions and modules of the software. TAAG will track all case management, services provided, and outcomes achieved for any program.

Surveys are also valuable tools in the evaluation of existing services and programs. Agencies will often use the data collected from surveys to determine which programs and services are working and which ones need to be improved, or if additional services and programs are needed.

The Survey Module features:

   • Variety of question types such as radio buttons, checkboxes, selection lists, long and short textbox answers, date entry, and multi-part questions
   • Template grids capturing household information, income data, and programs and services offered
   • Ability to create custom grids to capture various kinds of information for an individual or an entire household
   • Quick and easy addition of survey participants into the system
   • Ability to enter data for multiple surveys on a single participant
   • Ability to create external surveys to capture data anonymously

Program Change History
Here is the list of previous program changes and additions. Many of these features were added or modified at the request of our clients.

Whenever we receive such a request, we evaluate its potential for every agency.

If we determine that most would benefit--and most of the time we do--we are pleased to quickly make the suggested change to the program. This is one reason why your site is so frequently updated.

Another is that we are always responsive to new definitions or classifications we receive from governing agencies.

And, of course, sometimes we implement brand new features in TAAG on our own because we are certain that they will be useful to everyone.

Export Job Summaries
In Search Records, you can now export job summaries for multiple Residents as a single aggregate file according to specific criteria you select.
JPEID Items Added to Jobs Plus Report
The Jobs Plus report now displays items 42-44 related to quarterly data.
JPEID Added to Jobs Plus
A separate JPEID input screen and log has been added to the Jobs Plus module and report. Input can be performed in individual records or the data can be entered all at once in a grid displaying multiple records.
Work History
"Furloughed" has been added to the drop-down list under Employment Status. When selected, the employment is not counted as having ended. In reports, "Furloughed" adheres to the same criteria applied to the status "Working".
Service Provider Contacts
The service provider module has been expanded to allow individual contacts within each agency to be added in TAAG. These contacts can have notes, e-mails, attachments and text messages attached to their profile. An individual contact can be attached to a referral. They are searchable and exportable.
Multiple Referral Notifications
When executing multiple referrals to a single provider, there is now an option to send an e-mail notification to the provider for each individual referred.
Column Selections
In the Export page on many search screens, you'll now see a new icon that allows you to save the columns you've selected so that at a later date you can reload them for subsequent export, without the need for rechecking.
In Maintenance, you can now filter the results by applying a specific queue to your search. This applies to both individual sections and to the summary page.
Alternative Log-In
Some sites nowadays like to have their users utilize their email addresses as a username for log-in purposes. Accordingly, TAAG is offering that alternative for sites that want to allow this. The email address does not replace the username; either can be used when logging in. Let us know if you would like us to enable this feature on your site.
Standards for Success Module
TAAG's Standards for Success module has been expanded to include a full export of the module. Users can now generate a spreadsheet with the specific codes for each response which is required for upload to HUD. Alternatively, users can a generate a spreadsheet with the TAAG data similar to existing exports from the system.
Appointment Availability and Export
In your calendar, you can now see any other TAAG user's appointment summary for a single day, selected time frame, or an entire month. Moreover, in planning a group meeting, you can now check the entire staff's availability for a certain date and time presented in a single listing. From the calendar and the TAAG note modules, you can also export your appointments to popular online calendars such as Outlook, Google, Apple and several others.
Help Screens
You can now easily print a single section of TAAG Help by going to its page in the manual and clicking on the printer icon below it.
Maintenance-Work History
Newer job records require a starting hourly wage amount to be entered but that wasn't always the case in TAAG. Some older records did not have a starting rate entry. Those records have been updated with a placeholder amount of $1.00 per hour. They are listed in Maintenance so that you can easily access and update them with actual amounts.
Work History
A salary calculator has been added to the work history screen. When you input an hourly rate and number of hours per week, you can immediately see that person's salary calculated on a weekly, biweekly, bimonthly, monthly and yearly basis.
Maintenance-Assessments and Surveys
For surveys and assessments, their respective maintenance sections will now report which residents have not yet begun their questionnaires, in addition to listing externally accessed documents that have been completed but not yet verified by staff.
Grant Reports
You can now delimit the output of your report to include only members of a specific location or department.
Attach Forms and Files
On the main menu in all interfaces, you will find a new "Attach" icon. This will enable you to attach an external file or form letter to members of any designated group of residents, users or agencies.
Choice Neighborhoods Exports
The individual line items in both the annual and quarterly reports can now be exported to a spreadsheet or PDF file.
General Information Screens
The resident General Information screen has been divided into two pages for improved ease of use. Common fields are listed on page one while less common ones have been moved to page two. You can easily toggle back and forth between them.
Jobs Plus
In accordance with recent revisions made by HUD, individuals over the age of 61 can now be enrolled in the program. However, these senior participants are not counted in Jobs Plus quarterly reports.
Resident Reminders
When you open a current adult resident file in TAAG, you'll now find a new item in the extended menu drop-down next to the resident's thumbnail at the top of the screen. Select it, and you'll see a pop-up window containing reminders pertaining to the resident--items such as employment reverification being needed or a reassessment being due or that a case note should soon be entered based on the frequency of contact that was previously designated for the resident. This is a convenient way to check up specifically on the resident file in front of you now, instead of having to peruse a longer list in Maintenance.
Jobs Plus Charts
Charts have been added to each line item in the Jobs Plus report, to the input screen and to a new section in Dashboards.
SOAR Charts
Charts related to SOAR participants and interactions have been added to the SOAR input screen and to new sections in Dashboards.
Workforce Development Charts
Charts related to job interviews have been added to the Workforce Development input screen and to a new section in Dashboards.
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