DRGR FAQ
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Why won’t DRGR let me edit the Action Plan?

Date Published: February 2015

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In general, Grantee users that have been authorized by their Grantee Administrator to access a grant should be able to work on Action Plans and Quarterly Performance Reports. However, an Action Plan in a status of ‘Submitted’ cannot be modified until a HUD user that can view the grant has either rejected or approved the Action Plan.

Note: an Action Plan with a QPR in "Submitted" status can be modified, however it’s not recommended. Quarterly Performance Reports depend on data from the current DRGR Action Plan, regardless of status. Therefore, the Action Plan should not be edited until a HUD user that can view the grant has either rejected or approved the QPR. Editing the Action Plan during the QPR review process may change the contents of the current QPR.

Other reasons an Action Plan is not available for editing include:

  • The Grantee is not active and assigned to the grant or the grant is not active in the DRGR system. If a Grantee or grant is not showing as active in DRGR, please contact your grantee system administrator and/or DRGR_Help@hud.gov.
  • Some DRGR users don’t have edit capabilities (“View Only” role). Any Grantee DRGR accounts designated as “View Only” will not be able to edit Action Plans or QPRs. DRGR user roles for Grantees are established and modified by Grantee Administrators (and approved by HUD).

Tags: DRGR Action Plan - Action Plan - General

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