Date Published: February 2015
No. You should only fill out the measures that are relevant/apply to your particular activity. However, Performance Measures help a Grantee tell its story and highlight progress to HUD and other stakeholders.
It is important to note that each grant appropriation has different requirements and that Activity reporting in the QPR will only be available for measures selected at Activity set up. Below is a chart showing required and optional performance measures for NSP Grants.
For P.L. 113-2 grantees, the Number of Substantially Rehabilitated Units and the Number of Elevated Units are required performance measures.
If you are not sure which measures should be reported on, ask your HUD Representative. At minimum, grantees should fill out the beneficiary measures which identify households or persons benefiting from a particular activity. Also note: grantees should not enter a “0” in the Performance Measures; this will cause those Performance Measures to appear in the QPR.