Presentation on theme: "CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY CAT-TRAC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Presented by: Mr. Perry L. Herrington Director of Title III and Strategic Initiatives GRANT PROGRAM."— Presentation transcript:
CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY CAT-TRAC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Presented by: Mr. Perry L. Herrington Director of Title III and Strategic Initiatives GRANT PROGRAM (S): Strengthening HBCU / HBGI
WHAT IS CAT-TRAC??? CAT-trac is Clark Atlanta Universitys Title III customized grant management system. This system is used for Title III Activities only. CAT-trac is created from FileMaker Pro database software. Filemaker helps businesses, government offices, and educational users manage all their information over a network. The file maker pro software has been installed on all users computers and is implemented by the Title III Office to assist in maintaining up-to-date fiscal and programmatic records related to all aspects of all three Title III Grants (HBGI, HBCU and SAFRA). The electronic system is a stand-alone database that supports the Title III internal functions and personnel over a secured server. The system facilitates quality, timeliness and provides the program with accurate historical data that can be backed up electronically and stored for years.
HOW DOES CAT-TRAC WORK?? Cat-Trac assist with grant administration and tracks Expenditures, Travel, Personnel, Budget Revisions, Quarterly Reports, Site Visit Reports, Activity Operation Plans and Inventory Ties activity objectives to each expense Provides control mechanisms that allow the Title III Administration Office to view data (requisitions, budget modification, travel request, etc.) as it is inputted. This affords the opportunity to ensure request are allowable and in compliance before erroneous documents are submitted; Allows technical assistance and feedback between activity directors and program administration by sending s from the system or posting alert messages. Gives the ability to lock activity directors accounts when they are out of compliance. It provides a programmatic and fiscal picture of all activity for each Title III grant year.
CAT-TRAC HOME SCREEN
ACTIVITY SETUP SCREEN
ACTIVITY OPERATION PLAN
ACTIVITY SUMMARY SCREEN
PROGRAM SPECIALIST MENU
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR MENU
QUARTERLY REPORT FINAL VIEW
ACTIVITY DIRECTORS MENU
PURCHASE REQUSITION FINAL VIEW
CONTACTS Mr. Perry L. Herrington Director of Title III and Strategic Initiatives Clark Atlanta University Mr. Tony TatumMs. Tori Willis Technology and Property SpecialistOffice ManagerTitle III AdministrationClark Atlanta University Mr. Michael Rice Software Designer Tallahassee, FL.