New York State Loan Programs

Allocations 2020-2021 School Year

The ordering period for all New York State loan programs (NYSTL, NYSSL, NYSLIB, and NYSCH) for the 2020-2021 school year is now open.

These are the 2020-2021 per-student allocation levels associated with all four New York State loan programs:

Program Allocation Per Student
New York State Textbook Law (NYSTL) $58.25
New York State Software Law (NYSSL) $14.98
New York State Library (NYSLIB) $6.25
New York State Computer Hardware (NYSCH) $10.74

These are the Fiscal Year Close Deadline Dates for SY 2020-2021 for all four New York State Loan Programs:

SY 2020-2021 NYSTL Loan Programs Fiscal Year Close Deadline Dates 

Deadline to submit NYSCH (hardware) orders in FAMIS portal (Any transfer of funds into hardware must be completed by 3:00 pm two business days prior to this deadline.)
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Last day to submit via email to: ONPSNYSTLLREC@schools.nyc.gov your SY 20-21 DOE  Loan Request Enrollment Certificate and Principal’s Statement of Assurances (if not yet received) Monday, March 22, 2021
Last day to “Transfer Funds” (budget mods) between loan programs. (Excluding hardware)

Monday, April 26, 2021

By 3:00 PM
Deadline to submit orders in the FAMIS portal for the NYSTL, NYSSL & NYSLIB loan programs Friday, April 30, 2021

You are reminded that all participating schools will have two FAMIS User IDs; one for the school designee or “initiator” assigned to create the order in FAMIS and a second FAMIS User ID required for the principal/building leader to “approve” the order in FAMIS. Please use your same credentials as previously assigned. If you require password resets, please contact the Finance Center at clientservices@schools.nyc.gov for assistance. Please provide your DOE alpha code, BEDS number and PIN.

For additional information on “approving” an order, please refer to How to Approve or Reject a PO in FAMIS.

Reminders

  • Each year, four unique “activity codes” are created in the FAMIS system for each school. These codes are specific to particular commodity groups/loan programs and must be accurately selected when placing your new fiscal year orders. These codes help ensure that your purchases are properly accounted for and can be easily located in your spending plan by selecting the drop down menu next to “Group By:” Select “Activity”; click the “Inquire” button.
  • Changes in New York State education law allow New York State Textbook Law (NYSTL), New York State Software Law (NYSSL) and New York State Computer Hardware (NYSCH) funds to be used interchangeably. Schools wishing to participate may do so by signing into the FAMIS Portal and following the NPS-NYSTL Flex Funds guidelines.
  • When submitting your purchase orders, please check to ensure that your correct school address is reflected as reported in your BEDS data form. All instructional materials and equipment purchased for loan are to be delivered only to your school at the address of record and must be kept on site in a secure manner.
  • All school address discrepancies and/or changes must be reported immediately to our office – the Office of Non Public Schools (ONPS) – to ensure that our records are accurate. Change of address notice must also be reported to the State Education Department (SED).

Contact Information

Office of Non Public Schools 
Non-Public School NYSTL Unit
65 Court Street - Room 922
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: (718) 935-3650
Email: nps@schools.nyc.gov

Division of Financial Operations (DFO)
NPS State Support Group Unit
Payment/Invoice Issues – Email: npsstatesupportgroup@schools.nyc.gov
Enrollment Issues – Email: ONPSNYSTLLREC@schools.nyc.gov
Phone 718-935-3250
Fax: (718) 935-3801 

Division of Financial Operations and Information Systems (DFOIS)
Finance Service Center
FAMIS Issues
Password Resets (Level 100 and 200) 
Phone: (718) 935-5000 
Email: Clientservices@schools.nyc.gov

Resources

How to Approve or Reject a PO in FAMIS
Loan Request Enrollment Certificate
Change of Address Form for Non-Public Schools
NPS Library Vendors Contract Data Sheets

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