42 CFR § 51d.10 - What are the reporting requirements?

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§ 51d.10 What are the reporting requirements?

(a) For immediate awards:

(1) A mid-program report only if an Intermediate award application is being prepared and submitted. This report shall be included as part of the Intermediate award application,

(2) Quarterly financial status reports of expenditures to date, due 30 days following the end of the reporting period, as permitted by 45 CFR 75.341,

(3) A final program report, a financial status report, and a final voucher 90 days after the last day of Immediate award services, in accordance with CFR 75.342.

(b) For intermediate awards:

(1) Quarterly progress reports, due 30 days following the end of the reporting period, as permitted by CFR 75.342,

(2) Quarterly financial status reports of expenditures to date, due 30 days following the end of the reporting period, as permitted by 45 CFR 75.341,

(3) A final program report, to be submitted within 90 days after the end of the program services period, in accordance with CFR 75.342,

(4) A financial status report, to be submitted within 90 days after the end of the program services period, in accordance with CFR 75.342,

(5) Such additional reports as the Secretary may require.

(c) The following shall be specifically addressed in final program reports:

(1) Description of services provided,

(2) Number of individuals assisted,

(3) Amount of funding expended and for what purposes,

(4) Personnel costs,

(5) Training costs,

(6) Technical consultation costs,

(7) Equipment costs,

(8) Travel and transportation costs, and

(9) A narrative describing lessons learned and exemplary practices, and a description of the transition plan, for how services will be funded or provided when Federal funds have been exhausted.

[66 FR 51877, Oct. 11, 2001, as amended at 81 FR 3007, Jan. 20, 2016]