The Policy Brief: PPY As A Successful Advocacy Case Study

In September 2015, the Obama administration took executive action last month to allow the use of prior-prior year (PPY) income information on the FAFSA. The move was seen by many to be a win for grassroots advocacy and the higher education community. In this installment of The Policy Brief, NASFAA Federal Relations Associate Stephen Payne discusses how NASFAA members helped us get momentum behind PPY to win bipartisan support and eventual consideration by President Barack Obama.

Publication Date: 10/28/2015


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