It's ARRA Reporting Time Again

For recipients of ARRA awards, it’s time again to prepare quarterly reports for submission to FederalReporting.gov. The site will open for submissions on April 1, and recipients will have until April 10 to upload their reports for the January to March quarter.

Reporting Assistance

New to ARRA quarterly reporting? NIH has developed a website dedicated to ARRA Recipient Reporting. On the site you can find links to resources such as FAQs, guidance from the Office of Management and Budget, and readiness tools that provide the data you need in one spot.

Need Extra Help?

For registration and report submission problems or questions, contact the FederalReporting.gov helpdesk. For all other questions, e-mail grantsinfo@nih.gov.

Keep in Mind

  • The ARRA report is not intended to be a scientific progress report and does not replace “regular” NIH reporting requirements.
  • NIH awards grants to institutions, so institutional officials have the prime responsibility for reporting. Investigators should contact their Office of Sponsored Research to determine their role.
  • To report, recipients must be registered at FederalReporting.gov.

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