Monitoring is one of the primary ways to ensure the public purpose of the Weatherization Assistance Program is being met at all times, including
- Ensuring proper and timely use of funds and realization of expected benefits
- Providing transparency and accountability
- Providing quality control
- Providing technical assistance and training.
Per 10 CFR 440.23, all Weatherization Grantees have the responsibility to perform annual monitoring and oversight of the program implementation and work performed by all of its Subgrantees. Every year, Grantees are required to submit a monitoring plan and other required elements (monitoring schedule, number of units to be monitored, etc.) within their State Plan.