Background: Reporting the job will lock the job, to prevent edits, in anticipation of transferring.

Unreporting the job will unlock the job to allow edits.

The only time an agency needs to unreport a job is if they need to modify something on the job itself or a measure.

Side note: If you receive a JN or JNA rejection, which require either a change on the dwelling or a change at CSD, the job does not need to be unreported before the dwelling can be updated. 

When resolving rejected records please make sure to resolve the issue that caused the rejection, BEFORE clearing the rejection.