January 15 to Midnight P.S.T. on January 22, 2010
Extended Reporting Period
The Recovery Board's decision to give recipients additional time to report was based on several circumstances:
- The change in calculating jobs -- The guidance on the new calculation was issued just two weeks prior to the start of the reporting period
- Hard Edit Checks -- Put in place to improve the quality of the data, the edit checks also resulted in recipients needing morel time to fill out each report.
- Timing -- There were only five business days to report between the first day on January 1 and the final reporting date on January 10.
NOTE: Reports filed after January 15, 2010 will be considered late reports.
ALERT FOR PRIME RECIPIENTS: The period for commenting on sub-recipient reports has been changed. It is now from 12:01 A.M. on January 23 to midnight P.S.T.
ALERT FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES: The period for reviewing recipients' reports has been changed. It now begins at 12:01 A.M. on January 24 and ends at midnight P.S.T. on January 29, 2010.
If you have not registered nor reported, see the information below.
FIRST TIME REPORTERS
If you received a Recovery Act grant or loan award of $25,000 or more – in the period of September 30, 2009 to December 31, 2009 – you are required to report on the expenditure of those funds. Even if you have not yet received the funds.
If you received a federal contract award of any dollar amount, and have invoiced under that federal contract, you must report.
Register at FederalReporting.gov
If you need assistance in registering, the following are available at FederalReporting.gov in the Downloads section:
- Registration Guide
- Recipient Point of Contact Guide
- Registration Quick Reference Card
You may need to update your reports.
You do not have to re-register.
You Must Report If:
How to Calculate Jobs and Enhancements to FederalReporting,gov, see Recipient Reporting.
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