Operating Information

Overview
Providing High-Quality Supports and Services

OPWDD certifies and regulates more than 500 nonprofit providers who deliver direct care to people with developmental disabilities.

As a provider, your agency offers a wide variety of services and supports. OPWDD maintains a high standard for governance, fiscal and safety compliance practices. 

 

The Survey Process
Prepare for Your Survey

The best way to prepare for your survey or agency review is through good operational practices and ongoing self-assessment. 

 

Prepare

After Your Survey

What to do after your survey when deficiencies are identified and a plan of corrective action is needed

 

post-survey actions

 

Early Alert

Early Alert is a process to proactively identify providers that may show signs of decreased quality, enabling OPWDD to take timely and definitive action.

 

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Fiscal Reporting
The Consolidated Fiscal Report (CFR) is required to be completed by service providers that receive funding from several state agencies including the Office for People With Developmental Disabilities. The CFR consists of schedules which, in different combinations, capture financial information for budgets, quarterly and/or mid-year claims, an annual cost report, and a final claim.