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DRGR Release 8.6 Fact Sheets Now Available

August 22, 2022 Print ShareThis

Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) Release 8.6 was deployed on August 22, 2022. In this release:

  • New validation framework functionality was implemented to display data warnings and errors for applicable system users. Errors will restrict the following submissions until resolved:
    • Action Plan
    • Public Action Plan
    • Performance Report
    • Work Plan
    Warnings should be verified by applicable users prior to submission.
  • Additional functionality for applicable users of Technical Assistance (TA) provider screens were added in DRGR for the following functions:
    • TA Work Plans
    • TA Requests and TA Assignments
    • TA Labor Categories and Rates
  • Corrections were made to ensure the data displays completely and correctly for:
    • TA Work Plans
    • Assignments
    • Labor Category Rates
  • Various corrections were made to Public Action Plan to ensure system functions and data fields are working correctly.
  • Additional report attributes and metrics have been added to the DRGR Reports Module (MicroStrategy) Analytics Project.
  • New voucher revision data upload template has been added to the system.
  • Various defects were corrected across DRGR modules to ensure system functions are working as intended.
  • Additional improvements enhance how information is displayed and managed.

The fact sheet related to the new release has been posted on the DRGR Fact Sheets page:


All questions regarding these fact sheets and DRGR Release 8.6, including defect reporting or the video tutorials, should be sent to HUD’s Ask A Question (AAQ) portal. Under “My question is related to,” select “DRGR: Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System.”

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