Assigning User Access for Online Nutrition School Lunch Claims and Commodity Ordering- Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Office for Food and Nutrition Programs

Assigning User Access for Online Nutrition School Lunch Claims and Commodity Ordering

To:All Child Nutrition Program Recipients
From:Kathleen C. Millett, Administrator School Nutrition and Health
Date:May 24, 2006

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The user who will be processing nutrition claims and/or commodity ordering should contact their Directory Administrator or IT person.

The Directory Administrator should perform the following steps:

  1. Use the Directory Administrator application through the DOE Security Portal.
  2. Select the school district that the user will be processing claims and/or commodity orders for.
  3. Find the user; if the user is not in the district, add the user.
  4. Assign these roles to the users as needed (Note: These roles are district level only, and not school/organization level roles).

    • Assign Nutrition Commodity Orders - Allows user to access the commodity ordering portion.
    • Assign Nutrition School Lunch (SL) - Allows access to enter school lunch claims.

Food Service Management Company employees may not be assigned the Nutrition Commodity Orders or the Nutrition School Lunch role. Only school employees that have submission authority may be assigned this role. Management company employees may be assigned the "Nutrition School Lunch non-submit role. This is a special role that allows management company employees to enter and save data, but NOT SUBMIT it to the DOE.





Last Updated: May 31, 2006



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