information on the FFR Attachment. Do not complete this box if
reporting on multiple awards.
Mark appropriate box. Do not complete this box if reporting on multiple
Basis of Accounting
Specify whether a cash or accrual basis was used for recording
transactions related to the award(s) and for preparing this FFR. Accrual
basis of accounting refers to the accounting method in which expenses are
recorded when incurred. For cash basis accounting, expenses are
recorded when they are paid.
From: (Month, Day, Year)
Indicate the period established in the award document during which
Federal sponsorship begins and ends.
Note: Some agencies award multi-year grants for a project period that is
funded in increments or budget periods (typically annual increments).
Throughout the project period, agencies often require cumulative
reporting for consecutive budget periods. Under these circumstances,
enter the beginning and ending dates of the project period not the budget
Do not complete this line if reporting on multiple awards.
Project/Grant Period, To:
(Month, Day, Year)
See the above instructions for "Project/Grant Period, From: (Month, Day,
Reporting Period End
Date: (Month, Day, Year)
Enter the ending date of the reporting period. For quarterly, semi-annual,
and annual interim reports, use the following reporting period end dates:
3/31, 6/30, 9/30, or 12/31. For final FFRs, the reporting period end date
shall be the end date of the project or grant period.
Enter cumulative amounts from date of the inception of the award through the end date of the
reporting period specified in line 9.
Use Lines 10a through 10c, Lines 10d through 10o, or Lines 10a through 10o, as specified by the
Federal agency, when reporting on single grants.
Use Line 12, Remarks, to provide any information deemed necessary to support or explain FFR data.
Federal Cash (To report multiple grants, also use FFR Attachment)
Enter the cumulative amount of actual cash received from the Federal
agency as of the reporting period end date.
Enter the cumulative amount of Federal fund disbursements (such as cash
or checks) as of the reporting period end date. Disbursements are the sum
of actual cash disbursements for direct charges for goods and services, the
amount of indirect expenses charged to the award, and the amount of cash
advances and payments made to subrecipients and contractors.
For multiple grants, report each grant separately on the FFR Attachment.
The sum of the cumulative cash disbursements on the FFR Attachment
must equal the amount entered on Line 10b, FFR.
Cash On Hand (Line 10a
Minus Line 10b)
Enter the amount of Line 10a minus Line 10b. This amount represents
immediate cash needs. If more than three business days of cash are on
hand, the Federal agency may require an explanation