Why am I getting errors in cumulative total errors for beneficiary data in QPRs when I did not get errors in my last QPR?

Date Published: February 2015

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If a grantee has entered data in prior QPRs for beneficiary measures such as total households or total housing units and then in the Action Plan selects or adds subcategories such as owner/renter for households and single family/multifamily for housing units, then there may be an imbalance when numbers are entered in the next QPR. Grantees often want to enter the same number of the subcategories to the main categories, but DRGR checks the cumulative totals between categories and subcategories. DRGR also verifies cumulative totals for income levels and race of households.

Please see additional FAQs for more information on correcting data errors (Prior Period Corrections).

Tags: DRGR QPR - Activity Beneficiary Data in the QPRs