Report Facilities

Report Facilities

Depending on the results of the calculations, the Reporting Hub will display which facilities of the Reporting Effort contain materials that need to be reported on. The page will also allow users to enter Facility Identification and Contact information relevant to the Tier II Report outputs.

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  1. If the Facility is missing data, its Status will be listed as Incomplete. Update Facility Information by clicking on a Facility Name in the list.
  2. Ensure that all sections have complete and accurate information entered.
  3. Facility Contacts are now stored globally in the system so that they can be reused for other Contact Information sections and for other Facilities.
    1. To create a New Contact, click the addnewcontact.
    2. To use an existing Contact, click on the drop down next to the Contact Type for a given section.
  4. Once a Contact has been selected, review the Contact’s details to ensure they are accurate. If any changes are required, you can click the editselectedcontact button. reportfacilities2.png
  5. When you are finished editing Facility or Contact information, be sure to save your changes by clicking the savechangesbtn button at the top of the page.
    1. Click the reportfacilitiesbtn button in the Navigation Bar to return to the list of Reportable Facilities.
  6. After the Facility Information for all of the Reportable Facilities have been updated, click the continuebtn button in the Navigation Bar.

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