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  • PLEASE NOTE:

    FEDERALREPORTING.GOV AND THE HELP DESK ARE NOW CLOSED TO ARRA RECIPIENTS AND FEDERAL AGENCIES.

    RECIPIENTS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED TO REPORT ON ARRA AWARDS AT FEDERALREPORTING.GOV.

    HOWEVER, RECIPIENTS MUST CONTINUE TO REPORT BASED ON ANY OTHER REQUIREMENTS OUTLINED IN THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE AWARD.

  • RECIPIENT REPORTING ENDS

    On January 17th with the enactment of the Omnibus Spending bill, Congress ended the reporting requirement for recipients of Recovery awards. January 2014 is the last time recipients had to report on the status of those awards.

Award Recipients

Award Recipients are required by the Recovery Act to file quarterly reports on the status of their funds and respective project(s). FederalReporting.gov will be available for reporting from the 1st to the 14th of January. Award Recipients will be able to comment on Sub Recipient reports following the reporting period.

All recipients (prime and sub) are encouraged to update their System for Award Management information on www.sam.gov at least 3-5 business days prior to reporting.

October 2013 Reporting Timeline

October 1 – October 10 Initial Submission Period (Prime Recipients & Subs Enter Reports).
October 11 – October 14 Extended Submission Period.
October 15 – October 18 Prime Recipient Review Period (Prime Recipients Review Data Submitted by Sub(s) / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).
October 19 – October 29 Agency Review Period (Agency Review or Data Submitted / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).
October 30 Recipient Reports published on Recovery.gov.
November 2 – December 18 Continuous Quality Assurance Period.

January 2014 Reporting Timeline

January 1 – January 10 Initial Submission Period (Prime Recipients & Subs Enter Reports).
January 11 – January 14 Extended Submission Period.
January 15 – January 17 Prime Recipient Review Period (Prime Recipients Review Data Submitted by Sub(s) / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).
January 18 – January 29 Agency Review Period (Agency Review or Data Submitted / Prime Recipients & Subs Make Corrections).
January 30 Recipient Reports published on Recovery.gov.
February 1 – March 19 Continuous Quality Assurance Period.

View a graphical representation of the reporting timeline.  Timeline of the reporting cycle PDF

How do I register as a Recipient User?

The following is required:

Go to FederalReporting.gov Registration

How do I submit my report?

  • Online Web Form
  • Excel spreadsheet upload
  • XML file upload

If you submit with an Excel spreadsheet, you must use the Excel template. Similarly, if you submit an XML file, your report must conform to the XML schema.

When do I need to submit my report?

You must report by January 14.

Where can I get more information about submitting, viewing, commenting on, and updating reports?

Consult the User Guide or the list of Frequently Asked Questions.

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