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AFi Fact Sheet AFI Reporting Overview

Published: May 31, 2012
Audience:
Assets for Independence (AFI)
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About, Fact Sheet

As AFI grantees implement the program's innovative strategy to build wealth in their communities, they are also taking part in a national evaluation of that strategy. After all, AFI is more than a Federal program—it is an experiment that lawmakers and other leaders are looking to as they measure the effectiveness of Federal asset-building programs.

The reports AFI grantees submit to the Office of Community Services (OCS) and Office of Grants Management (OGM) are the substance of the ongoing AFI evaluation—and have a real impact on Federal policy in the area. It is critical for all AFI grantees to submit accurate reports in a timely manner, both for the stability of their own projects and development of an ambitious national agenda.

There are three main reports that grantees must submit throughout their project periods: the Data Report, Federal Financial Report, and Program Progress Report. Data Reports are due each year; the deadlines for the financial and narrative reports (also called Grant Reports) vary. Check these timelines to make sure you are on schedule for the Grant Reports.

Data Reports
 

Data Reports for the Annual Report to Congress
Technical Tips for the Data Report

Federal Financial Reports (FFRs)
 

Guide to the Federal Financial Reports (FFRs)

Program Progress Reports (PPRs)

Instructions for the Program Progress Reports (PPRs)

Timelines for Reports

Read more on Reporting Timelines
 

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