U.S. Code of Federal Regulations

Regulations most recently checked for updates: Sep 27, 2022

§ 761.35 - Periodic grantee reports.

Grantees are responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of grant and subgrant supported activities. Grantees must monitor grant and subgrant supported activities to assure compliance with applicable Federal requirements and that performance goals are being achieved. Grantee monitoring must cover each program, function or activity of the grant.

(a) Semi-annual (nonconstruction) performance reports. For purposes of the Public Housing Program only, the following provisions in paragraph (a) of this section apply:

(1) In accordance with 2 CFR 200.328, grantees are required to provide the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs with a semi-annual performance report that evaluates the grantee's performance against its plan. These reports shall include (but are not limited to) the following in summary form:

(i) Any change or lack of change in crime statistics or other indicators drawn from the applicant's plan assessment and an explanation of any difference;

(ii) Successful completion of any of the strategy components identified in the applicant's plan;

(iii) A discussion of any problems encountered in implementing the plan and how they were addressed;

(iv) An evaluation of whether the rate of progress meets expectations;

(v) A discussion of the grantee's efforts in encouraging resident participation; and

(vi) A description of any other programs that may have been initiated, expanded, or deleted as a result of the plan, with an identification of the resources and the number of people involved in the programs and their relation to the plan.

(2) Reporting period. Semi-annual performance reports (for periods ending June 30 and December 31) are due to the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs on July 30 and January 31 of each year. If the reports are not received by the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs on or before the due date, grant funds will not be advanced until the reports are received.

(b) Final performance report. For purposes of both the Assisted Housing Program and the Public Housing Program, the following provisions in paragraph (b) of this section apply:

(1) Evaluation. Grantees are required to provide the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs, as applicable, with a final cumulative performance report that evaluates the grantee's overall performance against its plan. This report shall include (but is not limited to) the information listed in paragraphs (a)(1)(i) through (a)(1)(vi) of this section, in summary form.

(2) Reporting period. The final performance report shall cover the period from the date of the grant agreement to the termination date of the grant agreement. The report is due to the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs, as applicable, within 90 days after termination of the grant agreement.

(c) Semi-annual financial status reporting requirements. For purposes of both the Assisted Housing Program and the Public Housing Program, the following provisions in paragraph (c) of this section apply, as specified below:

(1) Forms. The grantee shall provide a semi-annual financial status report. For purposes of the Public Housing Program, this report shall be in accordance with 2 CFR 200.327. For both the Assisted Housing and Public Housing Programs, the grantee shall use the form SF-269A, Financial Status Report-Long Form, to report the status of funds for nonconstruction programs. The grantee shall use SF-269A, block 12, “Remarks,” to report on the status of programs, functions, or activities within the program.

(2) Reporting period. Semi-annual financial status reports (SF-269A) must be submitted as follows:

(i) For purposes of the Assisted Housing Program, semi-annual financial status reports covering the first 180 days of funded activities must be submitted to the local HUD Office between 190 and 210 days after the date of the grant agreement. If the SF-269A is not received on or before the due date (210 days after the date of the grant agreement) by the local HUD Office, grant funds will not be advanced until the reports are received.

(ii) For purposes of the Public Housing Program, semi-annual financial status reports (for periods ending June 30 and December 31) must be submitted to the local HUD Office or the local Office of Indian Programs, as applicable, by July 30 and January 31 of each year. If the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs, as applicable, does not receive the SF-269A on or before the due date, the grant funds will not be advanced until the reports are received.

(d) Final financial status report (SF-269A). For purposes of both the Assisted Housing Program and the Public Housing Program, the following provisions in paragraph (d) of this section apply:

(1) Cumulative summary. The final report will be a cumulative summary of expenditures to date and must indicate the exact balance of unexpended funds. The grantee shall remit all Drug Elimination Program funds owed to HUD, including any unexpended funds, as follows:

(i) For purposes of the Assisted Housing Program, the grantee must remit such funds to HUD within 90 days after the termination of the grant agreement.

(ii) For purposes of the Public Housing Program, the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs shall notify the grantee, in writing, of the requirement to remit such funds to HUD. The grantee shall remit such funds prior to or upon receipt of the notice.

(2) Reporting period. The final financial status report shall cover the period from the date of the grant agreement to the termination date of the grant agreement. The report is due to the local HUD Office or the local HUD Office of Native American Programs, as applicable, within 90 days after the termination of the grant agreement.

[61 FR 13987, Mar. 28, 1996, as amended at 80 FR 75941, Dec. 7, 2015]