Grantees must fulfill reporting requirements as specified in their Grant Agreement. This includes Interim Reports and a Final Report. All reporting documents must be received on or before their scheduled due dates or grantees will be out of compliance with the grant agreement.
Interim reports describe the activities completed and funds expended during each interim reporting period. All grantees are required to submit interim progress reports for the duration of the grant. If a grantee receives an extension, they must continue to submit interim reports until the project is completed.
A complete interim report includes two (2) documents:
1. Interim Narrative Progress Report signed by grantee’s Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) - MS Word
2. Interim SF-425 Financial Report – Fillable PDF
A final report should describe the activities completed and funds expended for the entire duration of the grant. All grantees are required to submit a final report within 90 days of completing project work.
A complete final report includes:
1. Final Narrative Progress Report signed by grantee’s Authorized Organization Representative (AOR):
Template for Consultation/Documentation Grants: MS Word
Template for Repatriation Grants: MS Word
2. Final Budget
Final Budget Template: MS Word
3. Final SF-425 Financial Report
SF425 Federal Financial Report
4. Grant Deliverables – provide one (1) copy of each deliverable as listed in the Grant Agreement (if applicable)
Last updated: January 22, 2020