TO: Educational Service District Superintendents
School District Superintendents
School District Technology Directors
School District Fiscal and Business Managers
Educational Technology Support Center Directors
RE: 2014-2017 District Technology Plans
Agency TTY: (360) 664-3631
This bulletin outlines the E-rate requirements and technology planning process for districts that will develop a 2014-2017 technology plan.
Priority 1 & 2 Applications for the E-rate Discount
Recent decisions by the
1. Districts that apply for the E-rate discount on Priority 1 eligible services do not need an approved technology plan.
2. Districts that apply for the E-rate discount on Priority 2 eligible services must have a state-approved technology plan.
If an approved technology plan is integral to your district's operations, and you plan to make a Priority 1 only application for the E-rate discount, feel free to use OSPI's submission and approval process.
Priority 2 Applications Require an Intent to File Form
If your district plans to make a Priority 2 application, complete and return an Intent to File Form no later than
We cannot accept faxed or electronic versions. Complete and return the original Intent to File Form to:
Office of Superintendent
PO Box 47200
The requirement for compliance with the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) remains in place for all districts connected to the K-20 Educational Network.
Bulletin 010-12 (
Templates for Technology Plans
We post downloadable (MSWord) templates for district technology plans on the Educational Technology website, http://www.k12.wa.us/EdTech/TechPlan/default.aspx.
District Technology Plans Due
Districts planning to apply for E-rate Priority 2 (or that want a state-approved technology plan in place) should use OSPI's iGrants portal to submit their 2014-2017 technology plan for approval.
iGrants Form Package 644 (2013-2014) will be available
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