AFI Resourde Guide: Reporting Requirements Overview

Publication Date: August 4, 2017

AFI grantees must submit Federal Financial Reports (SF-425) semi-annually and AFI Performance Progress Reports (AFI PPR) quarterly. The due dates are listed below, in the order that they must be submitted each federal fiscal year (October — September).

Report Due Date Report Type Reporting Period Dates
Note: Most fields are cumulative from the beginning of the grant.
January 30 AFI PPR Quarter 1 short form October 1 to December 31
April 30 AFI PPR Quarter 2 short form January 1 to March 31
April 30 SF-425 October 1 to March 31
July 30 AFI PPR Quarter 3 short form April 1 to June 30
October 30 SF-425 April 1 to September 30
November 30 AFI PPR Annual long form October 1 prior year to September 30 current year

 

The annual cycle above repeats each year of the grant period. At the end of the grant period, two final reports are required, as detailed below.

Report Due Date Report Type Reporting Period Dates
90 days after grant expires AFI PPR Final long form The entire span of the grant, from the date of award through 90 days after the grant expires.
90 days after grant expires Final SF-425 The entire span of the grant, from the date of award through 90 days after the grant expires.

 

Federal Financial Report (SF-425)

Semi-annual Federal Financial Reports using the Standard Form (SF) 425 are required for each AFI grant. See AFI Federal Financial Report (SF-425) Overview for additional information.

NOTE: Federal Cash Transaction Reports are not required for AFI grants. AFI grants are a type B account in the Payment Management System (PMS), and type B accounts do not require Federal Cash Transaction Reports. If PMS contacts you about a Federal Cash Transaction Report for an AFI grant, make sure that your AFI grant is set up appropriately as a type B account.

AFI Performance Progress Report (AFI PPR)

The AFI PPR was approved on August 23, 2016 and replaces the old SF-PRR and the old annual Data Report. See AFI Performance Progress Report (PPR) Overview for additional information.

Old Performance Progress Report (SF-PPR)

The new AFI PPR replaces the SF-PPR for AFI grants. The last SF-PPR that AFI grantees are required to submit was due on April 30, 2016 and covered the reporting period of Oct. 1, 2015 — March 31, 2016. For guidance on how to complete and submit past-due reports, please see additional resources located at Instructions for Old Performance Progress Reports (SF-PPRs).

Current as of: