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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives


SDPI Community-Directed Grant Program
Annual Progress Report for FY 2015

The Annual Progress Report is a required report due within 90 days after the end of the grant program's budget period. The purpose of this report is to provide outcomes, evaluations, and summaries for FY 2015. The Annual Federal Financial Report, Standard Form 425 (SF-425) is also a required report and form that must be submitted to the Division of Payment Management Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov and your Grants Management Specialist. This requirement is stated in the Notice of Award (NoA) Standards Grant Conditions under the Fiscal & Programmatic Reports.

The Division of Diabetes has developed the SDPI Community-Directed Grant Program FY 2015 Annual Progress Report Templates. Carefully read the entire template, including the instructions, before starting to prepare your report.

Q&A SESSIONS & RESOURCES

  • Q&A Sessions – Live Question and Answer sessions are one hour sessions that will provide an opportunity to ask questions about preparing the Annual Progress Report. Currently scheduled sessions are listed below. Check back on this webpage for newly scheduled sessions.
    • Tuesday, February 23, 2016
      1pm EST / 12pm CST / 11am MST / 10am PST / 9am AKST
    • Thursday, March 10, 2016
      3pm EST / 2pm CST / 1pm MST / 12pm PST / 11am AKST

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ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT TEMPLATES

DUE DATES AND TIMELINE FOR ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORTS

If you were/are a: Suggested Date to Begin Report Due Date
* End date is inclusive of amended NoAs including approvals for no cost extensions.
New SDPI grantee in FY 2016 Not Applicable Not Applicable
Previous cycle 1 or 2 grantee that has been funded for FY 2016 February 2, 2016 March 31, 2016
Previous cycle 3 or 4 grantee that has been funded for FY 2016 April 1, 2016 June 30, 2016
Sub-grantee in FY 2015 Check with your primary grantee Check with your primary grantee
Previous grantee that will not continue in FY 2016 Day after budget period end date* 90 days after budget period end date

Timeline: This report should cover your program's FY 2015 budget period start and end date (see your latest amended FY 2015 NoA for this information).

SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORTS

Submit completed PDF templates (Parts 1 and 2) in GrantSolutions as a grant note. If you are a sub-grantee, check with your primary program on submission date and instructions.

Submssion Steps:

  1. Log into GrantSolutions Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving www.ihs.gov
  2. Click “Grant Notes” – a new Grant Notes window will pop up
  3. Click “Add” at the end of the screen
  4. For subject, put “Annual Report for FY 2015” (add grant year if known)
  5. Select Correspondence for Note Type and Programmatic Report for Category Type
  6. Include your grant number and budget period dates for your cycle (see table above) in the Notes section
  7. Use the lower section to browse for your reports to upload into the system
  8. Ensure that the “Status” shows "SUCCESSFUL" for each document before clicking the "Submit" button.
  9. Notify your Area Diabetes Consultant that the report has been submitted on GrantSolutions
 

QUESTIONS?

Please include your name, contact information, program name and grant number when submitting questions.

  • For questions on this webpage, contact IHSDDTPSDPICommunity@ihs.gov.
  • For questions on the Federal Financial Report, contact your Grants Management Specialist.
  • For questions on GrantSolutions, contact your Grants Management Specialist or Paul Gettys at paul.gettys@ihs.gov or by phone at (301) 443-2114.
  • For any other questions, contact your Area Diabetes Consultant.
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