- Agency Review and Reconciliation:
Effective August 2, 2012, federal agencies can review their recipient's final reports and either request recipient changes or the agency can sign-off on the final report, which will become part of the permanent record for the recipient's ARRA fund reporting. Instructions can be found in Chapter 17 of the User Guide.
- Prime Recipient Reminder:
Prime recipients must ensure that ALL sub-recipient awards (including those that have already been completed) are reported every quarter until the Prime's Report is marked "Complete and Final." All sub-recipient data must be carried forward through each of the reporting periods. Recipients can adjust their sub-recipient reports on their next filed report and on all reports going forward when necessary.
- Correcting Prior Quarter Data:
Recipients can request changes to prior quarter data via the Automated Change Data Tool (ADC). Instructions for submitting data change requests are found in Chapter 16 of the User Guide. As of June 15, 2012, the change request type "Other" will no longer be available.
- FRPIN Requests:
If you need to request an FRPIN after the Service Desk is closed, you may do so by clicking on the "Request FRPIN" link under the Quick Links section. Please note that this request must be approved by your POC or DUNS Administrator.
- Updating Your Contractor Registration:
The Central Contractor Registry (CCR) has been migrated to the System for Award Management (SAM). You must re-register in SAM and allow 3-5 days for the change to be reflected on FederalReporting.gov. Please register at least 5 days prior to reporting. The FederalReporting.gov Point of Contact (POC) and address information are taken directly from SAM.
- When to mark your report "FINAL":
By marking this report as "Final" you are indicating that this ARRA report meets OMB guidance for final reporting and that no further ARRA reports are required to be filed for this ARRA funded project/award. Reports marked as "Final" may be eligible for the Recipient Final Reconciliation Report pending Agency Final Review in the next reporting period.
- Congressional Districts:
Recipients should use existing congressional district designations when reporting in January 2013. Congressional districts will change for the April 2013 reporting period.
January 2013 Continuous QA Timeline
|February 2 – February 25||Continuous QA – Period 1.|
|February 26||Office of Management and Budget Review.|
|February 27||Data from Period 1 Published on Recovery.gov.|
|February 28 – March 18||Continuous QA – Period 2.|
|March 19||Office of Management and Budget Review.|
|March 20||Data from Period 2 Published on Recovery.gov.|
April 2013 Reporting Timeline
|April 1 – April 10||Initial Submission Period (Prime Recipients & Subs Enter Reports).|
|April 11 – April 14||Extended Submission Period.|
|April 15 – April 16||Prime Recipient Review Period (Prime Recipients Review Data Submitted by Sub(s) / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).|
|April 17 – April 29||Agency Review Period (Agency Review or Data Submitted / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).|
|April 30||Recipient Reports published on Recovery.gov.|
April 2013 Continuous QA Timeline
|May 3 – May 27||Continuous QA – Period 1.|
|May 28||Office of Management and Budget Review.|
|May 29||Data from Period 1 Published on Recovery.gov.|
|May 28 – June 17||Continuous QA – Period 2.|
|June 18||Office of Management and Budget Review.|
|June 19||Data from Period 2 Published on Recovery.gov.|
View a graphical representation of the reporting timeline.
In every reporting cycle, you are reporting on the status of your award for the previous quarter.
The Service Desk is ready to help with reporting and review questions. The service desk hours of operation are 8 AM to 6 PM ET, Monday – Friday.
The Service Desk can be reached by phone at 1 (877) 508-7386. For more information regarding the Service Desk, please visit the Help section of FederalReporting.gov.End Home Tab Content