DRGR FAQ
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What should I enter as the "Actual End Date" for my activity in my DRGR QPR? How do I record when an activity is complete?

Date Published: February 2015

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The Actual End Date should be the date the activity is completed and should not be entered prior to completion.

Activity Status (i.e. “Underway”, “Complete”, etc.) is entered in the Action Plan. In addition, Grantees enter projected Activity start and end dates in the Action Plan.

Grantees enter Actual Activity End Date in the QPR (the actual date does not need to match the projected end date entered in the Action Plan).

If an activity is complete, Grantees update the Activity Status to “Complete” in the Action Plan and enter the Actual End Date in the QPR, but should verify the following information prior to doing so:

  • Beneficiary and Accomplishment Measures: All required beneficiary and performance accomplishments should be completed in the QPR. Grantees can view cumulative performance reports at the activity level to check projected versus actual accomplishments (or download Performance Reports from the Reports module). Projected accomplishments do not need to be changed in the Action Plan to match actual accomplishments.
     
  • Financial Data: Unlike performance data, financial data such as Activity budget, activity obligations, activity disbursements and activity expenditures should match. Grantees can also run cumulative financial reports at the activity level to verify financial information. If this information is incomplete or incorrect, Grantees must update information in the Drawdown module (draws, PI Receipts, and obligations), or update expenditure data in the QPR.

View the Completed Activity Actual End Date.



Tags: DRGR QPR - Editing Activity Financial and Performance Data in QPRs

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