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Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District in Oregon Selects MAXIMUS TIENET® Special Education Case Management Solution


RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MAXIMUS, a leading provider of government services, announced today that the Linn Benton Lincoln Education Services District (LBL ESD) in Oregon has chosen its TIENET® special education case management system. While the software will be hosted and supported by LBL ESD, any school district in the state of Oregon, including constituent districts, may purchase TIENET directly from LBL ESD.

TIENET® will enable special education service providers, teachers and administrators to prepare Individual Education Programs (IEPs) for more than 12,000 special education students in the Consortium. The system provides the sophisticated tools to meet unique student needs and addresses critical compliance requirements in Oregon. By using a full case management system, staff will be able to collect, analyze and report student achievement data to improve student performance and develop reports and communication for parents, teachers, administrators, and School Board members. TIENET will include Federal, state, and census reporting as part of the base package. All data conversion from previous or current IEP systems is included. Optional modules include Spanish language translation, service capture (that can be used for billing programs like Medicaid) and Response to Intervention (RtI). All related LBL services, including training, customer support and software hosting, are also included.

MAXIMUS TIENET® was selected through a rigorous competitive bidding process that included evaluations on a number of important selection criteria from stakeholders including teachers, administrators, providers, technology experts, as well as district, consortium, and state project personnel.

Dr. Philip E. Geiger, Educational Services Division President for MAXIMUS, commented, “We are elated to have been selected by Linn Benton Lincoln and pledge our total commitment to the Consortium.”

Tom Luba, Director of Technology and Innovations in Education at LBL, stated, “Our Consortium wanted to provide districts with the ability to use data to serve students more effectively. The TIENET® system provides educators in the classroom with the critical student information they need when they need it and it substantially reduces the administrative burden by making it easier to meet reporting requirements.”


MAXIMUS is a leading provider of government services and is devoted to providing health and human services program management and consulting services to its clients. The Company has more than 6,000 employees located in more than 220 offices in the United States, Canada and Australia. Additionally, MAXIMUS is traded under the symbol MMS and is included in the Russell 2000 Index and the S&P SmallCap 600 Index.

MAXIMUS TIENET® is a premier comprehensive and robust special education case management system that has been developed by special educators for special educators and has been web-based since 2000. The system is used in many of the most prominent school districts throughout the country. It is currently used or being implemented in numerous districts of varying size and composition, including Chicago Public Schools, Illinois; Tucson Unified School District, Arizona; Anne Arundel and Baltimore County School Districts, Maryland; Richland Schools, California; Martin and Taylor Counties, Florida, Albuquerque Public Schools, New Mexico, DeKalb County, Georgia and Passaic and Edison School Districts, New Jersey; the entire state of North Dakota and many more districts nationwide. TIENET has been endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education as a solution that helps promote the professional standards and practice of special education. TIENET also includes modules for Response to Intervention, Assessment, Instructional Management and Service Capture to complete a comprehensive instructional management system for all children including those with special education needs.

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About Linn Benton Lincoln Education Services District

Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District (LBL) provides educational support programs and services to 12 constituent school districts, 87 schools and approximately 38,000 students in Linn, Benton and Lincoln counties. As a regional education service agency, LBL is one of 20 ESDs created by Oregon’s legislature to provide programs and services to local school districts and social service entities within its designated geographic area. LBL serves the needs of children by providing local school districts with a wide range of administrative, special education, instructional and technology services.

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Tom Luba, Technology and Innovations in Education Director

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