Prerequisites -- STAC Online Submittals

STAC ONLINE SUBMITTALS
Graphical User Interface (GUI) Prerequisites

The STAC GUI interface offers the same STAC screens used by end-users for years over the internet, but with a new, modern, graphics look and feel that internet users will find more familiar and user-friendly. These GUI screens "know" who you are and your history with using a particular screen. This allows for such accommodating features as drop-downs that contain the providers you have dealt with when using this screen, so you no longer have to remember 12 digit school codes. There are also drop downs for other items such as County-of-Residence and Type-of-Disability.

To get access to use the STAC GUI screens, please complete and submit to the STAC Unit one of the following forms:

  • Employees of Districts, Municipalities and SED-Approved Providers
  • Consultants under written contract with Districts, Municipalities and SED Approved Providers
I. To prepare your PC to use the STAC GUI Online System, you will need:
  1) A connection to the internet.
  2) A web-browser. Internet Explorer 9.0, Internet Explorer 10.0, Internet Explorer 11.0 (must add website to compatibility settings) Google Chrome 36 and Firefox 31 have been tested and are proven to work.
II. Optimize your settings. Clicking on this link will lead you to guidance and instructions for giving the STAC GUI screens their best presentation.
III. When attempting to connect to the EFRT online system, you may run into some problems. Click below for a look at what these problems may be and how to resolve them:
Potential Problems

  How to Print Screen:
  1) To use the print screen key on your keyboard, follow these instructions:
  1. Press the PrtScn key on your keyboard (to capture the entire screen) or press Alt+PrtScn (to capture the active window).
  2. Open Paint by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, then clicking Paint.
  3. In Paint, press Ctrl+V to paste the screenshot.
Please note: On some keyboards, PrtScn might appear as PrintScreen, PrintScrn, PRTSC, PRTSCN, or a similar abbreviation.
  2) To use the Microsoft Snipping Tool, follow these instructions:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13776/windows-use-snipping-tool-to-capture-screenshots

Please note: If neither of these methods work, contact your IT staff to see if they have software for your printing needs.
Last Updated: October 18, 2016