This space will be used to provide information and gather feedback on the USAS Redesign project as it progresses towards production releases. Starting in 2016, the USAS-R project has entered a new phase. The SSDT is now releasing "Preview Releases" intended to gather feedback from both end-user and ITC personnel.
Please see the Pilot Releases page for details about the Pilot Releases. All current (or potential) State Software Users are encouraged to participate. To do so, please contact your ITC to request a test instance.
A demo version of the latest Pilot Release is available at:
The demo version contains limited training data. Feel free to experiment with the system by adding or changing data. This database will be periodically reset.
If you wish to experience USAS-R with your own district's data, please contact your ITC and request they install an instances of the Pilot Release for you.
Accessing the Wiki
If you do not yet have a username for the SSDT Wiki, contact the SSDT for a wiki account. After completing the signup, you will have rights to post comments on the wiki. You may also use the same username and password to access SSDT JIRA.
If you already have an SSDT JIRA username, we recommend you use the same username and password on both Wiki and JIRA. In the future, these accounts will be merged into a single directory.
If you already have an SSDT JIRA username, you may continue to use your existing JIRA username. If you do not have an existing username, then you should create a Wiki username as described above. Your Wiki username will give you access to both the SSDT Wiki and JIRA applications.