WSLS Delegated Authority Checklist

  1. Obtain access to the WSLS and/or ISES. New district users of the WSLS, ISES, and the Delegated Authority Applications including the District Administrator or Superintendent, get a Wisconsin User ID using WAMS [Instructions - MS Word].
  2. Verify the District Administrator or Superintendent has access to the Delegated Authority application. When a change in District Administrator occurs, access to Delegated Authority transfers when the WAMS ID of the new District Administrator or Superintendent is submitted to and processed by the DPI
  3. Verify the Local WSLS/ISES Administrator has been appointed and appoint an Assistant Administrator, if appropriate. The District Administrator or Superintendent verifies, appoints or changes the Local WSLS/ISES Administrator using the Delegated Authority Web Application. The Local WSLS/ISES Administrator appoints or changes the Assistant Administrator using the Delegated Authority Web Application.
  4. Delegate authorization to local staff. The Local WSLS/ISES Administrator authorizes WSLS access to local staff as appropriate using the Delegated Authority Web Application.
  5. Rescind authorization from local staff. The Local WSLS/ISES Administrator rescinds WSLS access from local staff who have left or no longer work with the WSLS and/or ISES using the Delegated Authority Web Application.

Go to Delegated Authority:
Exit/Update, Exit Confirmation, Upload/Create, Validate/Edit, Preview/Lock/Submit


Submit questions, comments and suggestions about the WSLS or ISES to the 24x7 DPI Online Helpdesk Application or call 800-507-5744.