4. The frequency of required reporting is stated in the solicitation and award
documents. Interim PPRs are due not later than 45 days after the end of
each reporting period. Final PPRs are due not later than 90 days after the
end of the reporting period end date.
Performance Progress Report
Item Data Elements
Line Item Instructions for SF-PPR
1 Awarding Federal agency
Element to Which Report
Enter the name of the awarding Federal agency and organizational
element identified in the award document or otherwise instructed by the
agency. The organizational element is a sub-agency within an awarding
2 Federal Grant or Other
Assigned by the awarding
Enter the grant/award number contained in the award document.
3a DUNS Number Enter the recipient organization's Data Universal Numbering System
(DUNS) number or Central Contract Registry extended DUNS number.
3b EIN Enter the recipient organization's Employer Identification Number (EIN)
provided by the Internal Revenue Service.
4 Recipient Organization Enter the name of recipient organization and address, including zip code.
5 Recipient Account
Number or Account
Enter the account number or any other identifying number assigned by the
recipient to the award. This number is strictly for the recipient's use only
and is not required by the awarding Federal agency.
6 Project/Grant Period Indicate the project/grant period established in the award document during
which Federal sponsorship begins and ends. Note: Some agencies award
multi-year grants for a project/grant period (e.g., 5 years) that are funded
in increments known as budget periods or funding periods. These are
typically annual increments. Please enter the project/grant period, not the
budget period or funding period.
7 Reporting Period End
Enter the ending date of the reporting period. For quarterly, semi-annual,
and annual reports, the following calendar quarter reporting period end
dates shall be used: 3/31; 6/30; 9/30; and or 12/31. For final PPRs, the
reporting period end date shall be the end date of the project/grant period.
The frequency of required reporting is usually established in the award
8 Final Report Mark appropriate box. Check “yes” only if this is the final report for the
project/grant period specified in Box 6.
9 Report or Frequency Select the appropriate term corresponding to the requirements contained
in the award document. “Other” may be used when more frequent
reporting is required for high-risk grantees, as specified in OMB Circular A-
10 Performance Narrative Attach performance narrative as instructed by the awarding Federal
11 Other Attachments Attach other documents as needed or as instructed by the awarding