Tribal Historic Preservation Office Program
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    Tribal Heritage Grants


    Cultural Resources National Park Service

Reporting Forms and
Grant Requirements


Grantees should meet all of the requirements and conditions outlined in your grant agreement. The Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) Manual (at right), provides detailed guidance on for this funding.

Reports
Interim reports are due every six months for FY2013 grants and later. Final reports are due upon completion of the project or 90 days after the end of the second year. All reports must be accompanied by the SF425 Financial Status Report Form

Payments
The National Park Service is using new business system called the Financial and Business Management System (FBMS). This change is mandated by the Department of the Interior. The new payment system is the Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP). All current grantees should have received an email containing forms to register with ASAP. To register send this form to a ASAP_Enrollment"at"nps.gov. To prevent delays in payments, register in ASAP now.


Helpful Excerpts from the HPF Manual
Preagreement Costs
Preagreement Costs - Required Documentation

Contracting and Procurement Information
Procurement Standards
Competitive Negotiation and Small Purchases Documentation Form
Sub-grant/Contract Payment Approval Checklist

Audits
Information on Audit requirements