(a) States with Phase 1 projects shall submit semi-annual progress reports (original and one copy) to the EPA project officer within 30 days after the end of every other standard quarter. Standard quarters end on March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31. These reports shall include the following:
(1) Work progress relative to the milestone schedule, and difficulties encountered during the previous six months.
(2) A brief discussion of the project findings appropriate to the work conducted during the previous six months.
(3) A report of expenditures in the past six months and those anticipated in the next six months.
(b)Phase 2. States with Phase 2 projects shall submit progress reports (original and one copy) according to the schedule established in the cooperative agreement. The frequency of Phase 2 project progress reports shall be determined by the size and complexity of the project, and shall be required no more frequently than quarterly. The Phase 2 progress report shall contain all of the information required for Phase 1 progress reports indicated in paragraph (a) of this section. This report also must include water quality monitoring data and a discussion of the changes in water quality which appear to have resulted from the lake restoration activities implemented during the reporting period.
(c)Final Report. States shall prepare a final report for all grants in accordance with § 30.635-2 of this subchapter. Phase 1 reports shall be organized according to the outline of information requirements stated in appendix A. All water quality data obtained under the grant shall be submitted in the final report. Phase 2 reports shall conform to the format presented in the EPA manual on “Scientific and Technical Publications,” May 14, 1974, as revised or updated. The States shall submit the report within 90 days after the project is completed.
(d)Financial Status Report. Within 90 days after the end of each budget period, the grantee shall submit to the Regional Administrator an annual report of all expenditures (Federal and non-Federal) which accrued during the budget period. Beginning in the second quarter of any succeeding budget period, payments may be withheld under § 30.615-3 of this chapter until this report is received.
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