Recovery Act Reporting Overview
The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA, or the Recovery Act) mandates transparency and accountability in the use of Recovery Act funding. Two specific provisions in the Recovery Act require quarterly reporting on the part of agencies and grantees.
Jobs and Activities
- First, section 1512 requires recipients and sub-recipients to report on the nature of projects and numbers of jobs created and retained. This information must be reported to FederalReporting.gov, a system created and managed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board (RATB). For more information and training review Section 1512 (Jobs) Reporting Overview.
- Recipients of Recovery Act funds as Housing Assistance Payments through the Project-Based Rental Assistance program do not need to report in FederalReporting.gov.
- HUD grantees who complete National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) reviews according to Part 58 for ARRA funded projects are no longer required to report into the HUD-administered Recovery Act Management and Performance System (RAMPS). Please keep your environmental review records on file.