All recipients of Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) funding will be required to do periodic reporting on their projects. The Federal Assistance Reporting Checklist and Instructions is part of the award that all recipients receive. It lists all of the required deliverables for a specific agreement, including the reporting requirements and submission locations.
Where to Submit Reports
Some of the reports you may be asked to complete include:
- Progress Report
- Federal Financial Report (SF-425)
- Incurred Cost Submission
- Audit (For-Profit Recipients)
- Annual Tangible Personal Property Report
For more information on these less common reports, refer to your copy of the Federal Assistance Reporting Checklist and Instructions or contact your DOE project lead:
- Accepted Manuscripts FAQs
- Project Management Plan
- Special Status Report
- Intellectual Property Report
- Invention Utilization Report
If the recipient does not complete the required reports, EERE may take appropriate action consistent with 2 CFR 200.338, 2 CFR 200.339, 10 CFR §§ 600.24 and 600.25, including—but not limited to—redirecting, suspending, or terminating the award. Further, EERE may deny reimbursement for costs incurred that relate to the failure to comply, and such costs may not be recognized as allowable cost share.
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