What kind of information should go in the Activity Narrative section of the QPR?

Date Published: February 2015

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The Activity Narrative section should highlight the status of the activity (e.g. has not been started, complete, in progress) as well as any special accomplishments or other unique information not reflected elsewhere in the QPR. If an activity did not have progress, obligations, or expenditures during a quarter, grantees can use the space to communicate why the Activity has not progressed. Grantees should also use this space to explain anything out of the ordinary that would not make sense to auditors or the public when viewing the QPR. For example, it should include notes for adjustments to financial data such as receipt or draw revisions or prior period adjustments to performance data.

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