How do I view old BEDS forms submitted by my school or district ?

BEDS IMF forms from the 2005-06 school year up to the current school year are available online.  To view your data, log into the NYSED Business Portal at  Use your SEDDAS username and password to sign in.

More recent BEDS forms (2017-18 and onward) are available online in the IRS Data Exchange (IDEx) application. 

Older BEDS forms submitted before the 2017-18 school year are also available online but must be accessed via the BEDS-IMF-School Safety (VADIR/DASA) application, the system in use prior to the implementation of IDEx.


To view data from 2005-06 through 2016-17:

  • Choose the BEDS-IMF-School Safety (VADIR/DASA) application from the My Applications list on the NYSED Business Portal web page
  • In the drop down box that reads "BEDS data for school year..." choose the school year and click "Refresh List".
  • The name of your school will appear.  Click on the name of the school to enter the form.  Click on the printer icon to print the form. 

To view data from the 2017-18 school year and forward:

  • Choose the IRS Data Exchange (IDEx) application from the My Applications list on the NYSED Business Portal web page
  • In the Search By Form box, type in "BEDS".  This will open a drop down list of BED forms from various year.   Select the BEDS form for the year you would like to see.   To print, select 'PRINT' from your browser menu or select CTRL+P. 
  • If you do not see the year you are looking for in the drop down list, the form may have been archived.  To access archived forms, use the 'Show Archived Forms' button.  
  • The Show Archived Forms feature allows the user to control what forms display in the Data Collection List.  By default, only forms from the current year are displayed.  Older forms can be displayed by clicking on the Show Archived Forms link located in the DATA COLLECTIONS tab just above the Data Collection list.
  • This document will guide you through the Show Archived Forms feature:


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