Master's Degree Programs at Predominantly Black Institutions
Annual Performance Report
Recipients of multi-year discretionary awards are required to submit an Annual Performance Report (APR) annually; the collection number is OMB 1840-0766. The annual report provides data on the status of the funded project that corresponds to the scope and objectives established in the approved application and any approved amendments. Under EDGAR Section 75.118, the report must provide the most current performance and financial information (including cost-share data, if applicable). ED Program Staff will analyze each report to ensure that the grantee has made substantial progress toward reaching the objectives included in the grantee’s approved application.
Annual Performance Reports are typically due 90 days after the performance period ends; however, grantees will be notified by their ED Program Officer if the submission deadline changes.
Note: If you are a project director and have responsibility for completing the annual report for your institution, please be sure you are designated on the official grant award notification and your e-mail and telephone number are listed correctly in the G5 database.
Final Performance Report
All recipients, in accordance with EDGAR Section 75.590, are required to submit a final performance report. ED Program Staff will review the final performance report and determine whether the grantee achieved the scope and objectives of the grant. The program staff will also determine if all applicable administrative actions and financial obligations have been completed by grantee.
Final Performance Reports are typically due 90 days after the performance period ends (September 30th); however, grantees will be notified by their ED Program Officer if the submission deadline changes.