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Recovery Accountability Task Force Recovery Recipient Reporting Seminar. Break Out Session: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG Recovery) October 1, 2009. ARRA Recovery Act by any other name. New Lingo:
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Recovery Accountability Task ForceRecovery Recipient Reporting Seminar Break Out Session: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG Recovery) October 1, 2009
ARRARecovery Act by any other name New Lingo: • Prime Recipient: Any non-Federal entity that receives Recovery Act funding as a direct federal award (Grantor Agency). • Subrecipient: receive a contract, grant, or loan from the Prime Recipient to support performance of any portion of a project or program funded with Recovery Act funds. • Vendor: provider of goods and services in support of Recovery Act project. • Why significant? Reporting, Reporting, Reporting
Reporting, Reporting, & Reporting 3 Different Types of ARRA Reporting due Quarterly • Federal OMB Reporting: 1512 data (10th day) • Report on Federalreporting.gov • Visible on Recovery.gov • Federal BJA-performance measures (30th day) • Report on PMT • Federal BJA-financial Reports (45th day) • GMS SF 425 (former SF269A use up to 10/15/09)
When? • 1512 Data Due Quarterly • Short time frames • Due 10 days after end of each quarter • 11th day may post live on Recovery.gov as draft • 30th day will post final • Must report even if “0”
Who Reports & What Category? • Prime Recipients • Aggregate # of subgrants less than $25,000 & amount • Vendors in excess of $25,000 separately, if any • Aggregate # of vendors less than $25,000 & amount • Job Estimations via FTE • Subrecipients • Vendors & amounts
Who Reports? • Prime Recipient—Federal Reporting.Gov • May delegate to Subrecipients • Still responsible if Subrecipients fail to report • 1-10th data entry by Subrecipients • 11th data published in draft • 11th-20th data can be reviewed by Prime & edited by Subrecipient • 21st-30th data locked, edit possible with OJP approval
How Report? • For ARRA JAG State Solicitation award, L&PS will not delegate reporting to Subrecipients • L&PS asking its Subrecipients to report • Electronically to L&PS • Via Excel spread sheets • Monthly • LP&S will enter 1512 Subrecipient data
Concerns? • Hopefully staff to monitor, collect, input 1512 data for Prime and/or Subrecipients. • Capacity of your Subrecipients to report on short time frames.
Further information • Webinars, Memos, Forms, Q&As • Federal Reporting.Gov helpline (877) 508-7386 Mon-Fri 7am-9pm • OMB websites • http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/memoranda_fy2009/m09-21.pdf • http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/memoranda_fy2009/m09-21-supp2.pdf • http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/recovery_default/ • http://www.whitehouse.gov/Recovery/WebinarTrainingMaterials/ • https://www.federalreporting.gov • OJP websites • http://www.ojp.gov/recovery/recipientreporting.htm • http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/recovery/rawebinar.htm • http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/recovery/
Additional Information Division of Criminal Justice Program Development/Grants Section (609) 292-5939