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Negotiators sifted through a packed agenda during the second to last day of the final session of the Institutional and Programmatic Eligibility negotiated rulemaking committee, as the group must take consensus votes on all seven issue papers before the end of the week. Picking up with the change of ownershibrandp issue paper that they began reviewing on Wednesday, the committee heard from the Department of Education (ED) about changes it made last night to its definition of nonprofit institutions in consideration of negotiator recommendations yesterday.

This week on "Off the Cuff," Justin is joined by NASFAA Senior Policy Analyst Jill Desjean and NASFAA U Instructor David Tolman to discuss some significant updates to HEERF reporting, with the Department of Education recently making changes to the Quarterly Budget and Expenditures Report, as well as changes to the clock hour-to-credit hour conversion formula related to distance learning final rules. Justin then brings in Hugh to recap some of the latest news concerning the ongoing negotiated rulemaking committee, enactment of the fiscal year 2022 spending bill, and coverage of the student loan moratorium.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Please join us in congratulating Shannon Crossland, FAAC®, formerly the senior director of compliance and administration at Texas Tech University, who is now the director of student financial services at Frank Phillips College; Lisa Blazer, formerly the associate vice president undergraduate recruitment and outreach at Texas A&M University, who is now the vice president for enrollment management at Webster University; and Kristin Silver, previously the senior student accounts analyst at DeVry University, who is now the assistant director of financial aid compliance at Elmhurst University. Celebrate your own career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues.

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