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Reporting Guidance

Per the Notice of the Award letters for Year 5 of Funding Opportunity Announcement PS13-1308, four reports are due during the twelve month budget period:

Work Plan Status Report #1

Work Plan Status Report #1 should provide brief commentary addressing the following elements of each objective and activity:

  • Successes: Indication of the completion status of the goals, objectives, and activities of the Year 5 work plan (for example: met, in progress, or not met);
  • Challenges that hindered completion of the activities in the work plan through January 31, 2018;
  • CDC program support to awardees (a description of how CDC could assist you in overcoming any challenges); and
  • Evaluation results through January 31, 2018, if applicable.

 

Work Plan Status Report #1 should be uploaded through GrantSolutions.gov as a Correspondence.  Please name the Work Plan Status Report #1 as follows: “{Strategy} WPSR#1 Report Year 5 {Agency}.” Please provide a separate Work Plan Status Report #1 for each Strategy area for which you receive funding (Strategy 1: School-Based Surveillance; Strategy 2: School-Based HIV/STD Prevention; Strategy 3: Capacity Building Assistance for School-Based HIV/STD Prevention; and/or Strategy 4: School-Centered HIV/STD Prevention for Young Men Who Have Sex with Men).

 

For your convenience, older templates are provided below.

Work Plan Status Report #1

Final Performance Progress and Evaluation Report (PPER)

Final Performance Progress and Evaluation Report (PPER) should include the following:

  • Statement of progress made toward the achievement of originally stated aims
  • Description of results (positive or negative) considered significant
  • List of publications resulting from the project, with plans, if any, for further publication

The reporting timeframe for the PPER is August 1, 2013 through July 31, 2018.

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