Production and Direct Services

Fingerprinting (DMS 633)
In response to district requests to meet requirements of the SAVE legislation, Madison-Oneida BOCES offers a fingerprinting service. BOCES staff will process fingerprints by appointment, verify a candidate's identity, collect and scan paperwork for completeness, check to ensure appropriate payment is submitted, transmit to NYSED, notify districts that fingerprints have been completed, and re-fingerprint if necessary.
Printing (DMS 509)
This service provides both print and electronic media production to assure optimum means of presenting and sharing information. User-provided materials and original content are created and reproduced in the highest quality and most cost-efficient manner possible. Comprehensive printing services include traditional offset and high-speed digital reproductions, with full color capability. Books, newsletters, forms and cards are available on a wide variety of stock. Sign-making is offered on numerous materials, including metal, ceramic and synthetic. Creative services are offered in the areas of print graphics, video production, electronic media encoding and website development. Also available are dye-sublimation, inkjet and thermal printing technologies, allowing DVD and CD duplication, identification badge creation, novelty product printing and large format poster printmaking.
School Communication Service (DMS 509.100)
The School Communication Service helps school districts increase public awareness of district initiatives and build community support. Services include: creating publications, maintaining websites and social media profiles, internal and external communication, media relations, crisis communication, photography and video work, event planning, school marketing techniques, communication planning support, and research and presentations. Customized projects are also available.
Regional Bus Radio System (DMS 604)
School districts in Madison, Oneida, and Herkimer counties have joined together to obtain a UHF-FM two-way radio system for school bus and maintenance use. At present, this system includes four repeaters servicing 17 school districts with more than 600 radios. School districts are able to communicate from Syracuse to Little Falls and from Sherburne to north of Camden.
Central Bus Maintenance (DMS 611)
The Central Bus Maintenance program provides participating districts/clients with a systematic maintenance and repair program for all district-owned vehicles.
Telephone Interconnect (DMS 612)
The cooperative Telephone Interconnect Service is designed to provide participating school districts with a more cost effective and efficient network for voice communications. This is accomplished by establishing interconnections and calling patterns between individual school districts and BOCES.
Cooperative Bidding (DMS 616)
The Cooperative Bidding Service provides competitive bid prices for items such as custodial and floor care supplies; office, school and art supplies; health supplies; cafeteria food; diesel fuel, fuel oil and gasoline; audiovisual equipment and supplies; athletic and physical education supplies; print shop and carpentry supplies; bus garage parts and supplies; and duplicator paper on a cooperative and individual district basis.
Central Business Office (DMS 625)
The Central Business Office offers an effective system for a variety of functions, such as payroll, encumbrance accounting and ledger accounting.
Medicaid Data Entry Services (DMS 635)
Madison-Oneida BOCES will provide assistance to school districts to maximize Medicaid reimbursements for eligible special education services. Working with the district’s CSE Medicaid designee, BOCES will assist with the completion of Medicaid Reimbursement documentation and data entry. BOCES will monitor district documentation, web reports and claims for errors, compliance and student eligibility; resubmit corrected claims, upload files to district software and extract data for proper reporting; track mandatory parental consent forms; provide a secure connection to transfer data to BOCES; and conduct internal claims audits to ensure compliance with Medicaid regulations.