This page provides information about HAVA reporting requirements.

I. EAC Grants Report Training (Nov 2022)

II. EAC Progress Report (PR) Guidance

      Progress Report Expenditures Worksheet

The charts below provide the reporting cycles for HAVA grants. Progress reports for 101 & 251 grants are submitted both annually and semi-annually. Progress reports for Election Security grants are submitted only annually

PR Due Dates:  Section 101 and Section 251 Grants

Progress Report Annual Semi-Annual
Reporting Period End Date September 30 March 31
Report Submission Due Date

December 29

April 30

 

 

 

 

PR Due Dates:  Election Security Grants

Progress Report Annual
Reporting Period End Date September 30
Report Submission Due Date

December 29

 

 

 

 

**For the grantees who have NOT received their 2022 Election Security awards, the current semi-annual/annual reporting periods will continue.

III. EAC Federal Financial Report (FFR) Guidance

Federal Financial Report (SF425)

FFR Due Dates:  Section 101 and Section 251 Grants

FFR Annual Semi-Annual
Reporting Period End Date September 30 March 31
Report Submission Due Date

December 29

April 30

 

 

FFR Due Dates: Election Security Grants

FFR Annual Quarterly Quarterly Quarterly
Reporting Period End Date September 30 December 31 March 31 June 30
Report Submission Due Date

December 29

January 30

April 30

July 30

 

 

**For the grantees who have NOT received their 2022 Election Security awards, the current semi-annual/annual reporting periods will continue. Quarterly financial reporting engages with the 2022 award.

IV. Closeouts

Closeout Training Slides, Training Recording

Closeout Instructions: HAVA, CARES

Closeout Process FAQs

Closeout Certification Letter Template

V. Federal Funding Accountability Transparency (FFATA)

Prime Grant Recipients awarded a new Federal grant greater than or equal to $25,000 as of October 1, 2010, are subject to FFATA sub-award reporting requirements as outlined in the Office of Management and Budgets guidance issued August 27, 2010. The prime awardee is required to file a FFATA sub-award report by the end of the month following the month in which the prime recipient awards any sub-grant greater than or equal to $25,000. To find out more information, go to www.fsrs.gov or click here.

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