Now tracking sub-award data

The OMB Guidance for sub-award data outlines the requirements for Federal Agencies and prime contractors and prime grant awardees (collectively "prime awardees") for reporting subaward and executive compensation data pursuant to the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 and associated 2008 amendments (the "Transparency Act" or "FFATA").


Federal Government Procurement Data Quality Summary PDF

FFATA sub-award reporting

Documents from the FFATA Town-hall held on September 23, 2010:

Recently Added Reports

Recently Added Features

What's New in 2.0?

  1. Compare spending across agencies – understand types of agency spending
  2. View agency spending dashboards - see how and where agencies are spending money and who the recipients are
  3. Explore spending trends with interactive charts – use interactive motion charts to see how spending trends have changed from year to year
  4. See spending where you live – use interactive maps to see dollars being spent in your state
  5. Quickly find what you are looking for – use interactive search features to customize your search across multiple dimensions
  6. Filter, analyze and share – share your feeds, exports and results with friends via social book-marking and RSS feeds
  7. Analyze contract and award transactions – review all transactions for a single contract or award in one simple list
  8. Download bulk data – download all spending data for offline analysis
  9. Get spending updates every day – access new spending data on a daily basis
  10. Expect more transparency – look for more spending data in the future as 2.0 is engineered to support full FFATA compliance

Watch the FFATA Sub-award Reporting System ( webinars

GSA's Office of Government-wide policy has hosted several overview webinars to introduce the grants sub-award reporting functionality coming to on October 29, 2010. You can watch the previously recorded webinars by clicking on the session title links below.

Additionally, a learning module demonstrating the capabilities of the current FSRS tool for reporting Federal contract sub-awards entitled "FSRS Contractor Demonstration"is already available at under "Training Materials."

Grant sub-award reporting user guides, FAQ's, and an on-line demonstration video will be incorporated into FSRS on October 29, 2010.