The NCCS State Charity Office Database System

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The NCCS State Charity Office Database System
The NCCS
State Charity Office
Database System
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Uses Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Access
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Used by Massachusetts and Illinois state charity offices
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Customized to meet state needs
The National Center for Charitable Statistics
(NCCS)
NCCS – the national clearinghouse for data on the
nonprofit sector and a part of the nonprofit Urban
Institute – has worked closely with the IRS and state
charity officials for more than 2 decades to improve data
on the nonprofit sector. We are a repository of IRS Form
990 data and a leader in the development of electronic
filing for nonprofit organizations.
http://nccs.urban.org
http://efile .form990.org
(Our free e -filing service for nonprofits)
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The Main Menu
Key Features
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Menu-driven
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Customizable
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Standard
Microsoft Access
front-end
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Microsoft SQL
Server or Access
back-end
Security for use in a
multi-user
environment
Easily Find the Charity or Charities You Want
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The Main Organization Screen
Link to other
screens
Track Edits to Main Organizational Record
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The Fees Screen
All “Child” Screens (Fees, Payments, Actions, etc.)
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Use similar user interface
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Maintain complete history of activities and transactions
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Allow for an unlimited number of “child” records
The Actions/Org. History Screen
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The Payments Screen
Investigations & Litigation Screen
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Associated Organizations Screen
Easily Create Mailing Labels
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Easily Mail Merge Letters or Notices
Summarize & Analyze 990 Data
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Flexible Tools for Identifying Problem Returns
Create Your Own Custom Audit Tests
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Show Results from the Audit Test
Simple Tools for Handling Routine Tasks
The “Routines Menu”
Every Two Weeks...
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Utilities for Updating the System
Summary:
A Flexible Platform for E-Filing & Web-Integration
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Microsoft products are XML-ready for easy integration
with IRS & NASCOnet e-filing systems.
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Microsoft SQL Server widely supported by state
governments & programmers easy to find
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Reports and other standard Microsoft Access features
can be readily customized by authorized charity office
staff with knowledge of Access.
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