Performance and Progress Reports
All SAMHSA awards require recipients to submit performance and progress reports. The frequency (ranging from quarterly to annually) and program-specific instructions for preparation and submission of these reports will be identified on the terms and conditions on your NoA. Your GPO will also provide you technical assistance regarding report guidelines and requirements at the time of award. Failure to comply with this reporting requirement may result in the restriction of your account, delay of funds, or denial of future funding.
Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA)
Recipients are required to report certain information about themselves and their first-tier sub-recipients for awards. A specific term is included on your NoA. If your organization is a recipient of grants or cooperative agreements, you must report on subawards of $25,000. There are additional reporting requirements if: 80% or more of your prior year annual gross revenues are from federal awards $25 million or more in annual gross revenues are from federal awards The public does not have access to compensation information filed under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and IRS requirements
Annual Federal Financial Report (FFR)
SAMHSA recipients must submit the FFR for each budget period, unless otherwise specified in the terms and conditions in the Notice of Award (NoA). Failure to submit the complete and accurate FFR in a timely manner will result in the restriction of the recipient’s Payment Management System account and may delay funding and impact future funding.
Federal Cash Transactions Report (FCTR)
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Division Payment Management (DPM) requires a separate quarterly FFR to provide an accounting of your award cash transactions (receipt and disbursement), known as the FCTR. Use the FFR to report this information. If you fail to submit these reports by the due dates, access to your funds may be restricted.
Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS)
Recipients that have active federal contract, grant, or cooperative agreement awards with a cumulative value greater than $10,000,000 are required to disclose semi-annual information about criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings that reached final disposition within the most recent five-year period and that were connected with the award or performance of an award. Recipients must also make semi-annual disclosures regarding such proceedings and/or affirm that there is no new information to provide. This information will be made publicly available in FAPIIS.
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