4. Allocation Reports
Title II grantees must prepare and submit two required allocation reports each year:
1. Planned Title II Allocation Report, for the fiscal year just underway.
2. Final Title II Allocation Report, for the fiscal year just ended.
Provided below are the purpose of these reports and how they are used, report deadlines, and detailed instructions on how to prepare the reports using electronic templates provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).
HRSA must receive allocation information in order to track and monitor the use of CARE Act funds. HRSA also uses the information to prepare Agency reports and respond to inquiries from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Congress, the media, and the public at large. This includes reporting:
Allocation Reports Deadlines
(see the COA)
|Title II Planned Allocations for the Current Fiscal Year||See Conditions of Grant Award|
|Title II Final Allocations for the Previous Fiscal Year||See Conditions of Grant Award|
Instructions for completing Allocation Reports will be sent to grantees under separate cover.
Grantee Identifying Information
The Planned and Final Allocation Reports (electronic and paper copies) must include identifying information in order to distinguish your reports from those submitted by other grantees. This includes the name of your State, the fiscal year being reported, and the name and telephone number of the appropriate person to contact if HRSA has questions about any of the information in the report.
Instructions for entering information electronically will be submitted with disks that are provided.