Editing an Individual Requirement in Compliance Center

At any time, you can edit individual compliance requirements that have been scheduled. You can do so from either the or tabs in  Compliance Center,

 
SUMMARY TAB:
If you need to edit an individual submission requirement for all entities or an individual entity, find that requirement within the  tab of
Compliance Center. The  tab defaults to showing only requirements due in the next 30 days as well as any requirements that are past due. In addition,  collection requirements will be displayed first. They will default to sorting by “Requirement Title” and then “Event Date.” The individual requirements will be displayed after the  collection requirements. The individual requirements will default to sorting by “Due Date” ascending, “Requirement,” and then “Entity Type.”
 
Therefore, if you don’t see the requirement that you want to edit, select the appropriate search filter and apply your changes using the   button. Using the filters you will be able to limit the list by , and/or add any additional
 
Once you see your desired requirement, select its icon to load its Compliance Master page. Any changes made to the due date, submissions instructions, etc. when on the Compliance Master page will affect all the entities assigned to the requirement (those entities are listed at the bottom). Once you have made your changes, select the button. Note that if the Notification Date has already passed and you wish to no longer have the task in the responsible user's queue, you will need to change the Notification Date so it is a least 5 days after the Original Notification Date. 
 
If you want to make individual changes for one of the entities on the list, scroll to the Individual Entity Requirement Adjustments section at the bottom of the page. Here, you will see any revised dates or grace extensions given to an entity. You can also perform the following actions:
  •  (include) entities that were not scheduled for this requirement.
     
  •  (exclude) entities that have been assigned to the requirement (only before that entity has satisfied the requirement)
     
  •  (adjust) the compliance requirement for an individual entity.
 
Once you select the icon within an entity's row, you will be brought into its Single Entity Adjustment page. On this page, you will see the following options:
  •  Grant Grace Extension: allows a late submission to still be considered “On Time” while still showing its original due date
     
  • Override Master Dates: This changes the dates of this requirement for this entity only. Here, you can extend the due date for a requirement. Typically, the event date and notification date can remain the same as the master dates, so you only need to change the due date.
     
  • Forgiven: This allows the entity to skip submitting this requirement (as if they were excluded [] from it), but it continues to display as “not received” in the Compliance Master page. While they are exempt and the requirement will not affect their compliance statistics, it will still show that they were originally supposed to submit the requirement.
     
  • Change to Unsatisfied: If the entity has satisfied the requirement, you can disconnect the file or certification of completion by selecting this checkbox. Once you save, the task will go back to being “Unsatisfied” and the original file or certification of completion will remain in Epicenter unless it is returned or deleted. This checkbox is typically used when you want to reject/return a compliance submission but not have the entity’s “Accuracy” percentage reduced.
     
  • Notes: You can use this section to keep track of any updates made for an entity’s compliance requirement updates.
 
Once you have made your changes on this page, you will want to click . Otherwise, you can use the button or the button to revert to your previous settings and be brought back to the Compliance Master page.
 


DETAIL TAB:
Just like the
  tab, the tab defaults to showing any requirements due in the next 30 days as well as any past due requirements, except the tab’s display is drilled down to the individual entities. You may need to adjust your filters to find your intended requirement. When you select the icon here, instead of going to the Compliance Master page, it loads that entity’s Single Entity Adjustment page. From here, you can still access the Compliance Master page (to make modifications for all entities on the requirement) by selecting the button.

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