Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System

The Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) system was developed by HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development (CPD) for the CDBG Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) program and other special appropriations such as the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). The DRGR system is primarily used by grantees to access grant funds and report performance accomplishments for grant-funded activities. The DRGR system is used by HUD staff to review grant-funded activities, prepare reports to Congress and other interested parties, and monitor program compliance. The DRGR system contains five modules:

  • Admin Module – User management and monitoring
  • Action Plan Module – Funded project and activities
  • Drawdown Module – Access grant fund and program income
  • QPR Module – Report accomplishments
  • Reports Module – Data analytics tool (Microstrategy)

The following resources were developed to assist DRGR users with access, navigation, and compliance.

DRGR Guides, Tools, and Webinars

Guides, tools, webinars, and other resources are provided to assist grantees and program partners in designing and implementing their programs.

View DRGR Guides, Tools, and Webinars

View DRGR Data Upload Templates

MicroStrategy Guides, Tools, and Webinars

Guides, tools, webinars, and other resources are provided to assist grantees and program partners with navigating and utilizing MicroStrategy.

View MicroStrategy Guides, Tools, and Webinars

DRGR Fact Sheets

Information and Fact Sheets for the latest DRGR releases.

View DRGR release information and fact sheets

DRGR Public Data Portal

View publicly available MicroStrategy financial and performance data for multiple appropriations.

View the Public Data Portal

DRGR News & Announcements

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Help Desk

AAQ: DRGR users should submit questions through Ask A Question (AAQ). HUD’s DRGR Team or TA Providers may help with carrying out and managing HUD programs using DRGR. System errors or troubleshooting requests maybe submitted through AAQ, and will be directed to HUD’s DRGR Team.

When submitting questions, indicate the urgency of your request and if you prefer to receive a response via phone or email. For users having problems with error messages, please include the error message, identify grant and activity numbers, and provide screenshots of actions that lead to the error message.

Password Resets: DRGR users that receive the error message “you cannot access your account because you have exceeded your login attempts” or cannot access DRGR due to password issues, should contact the HITS Help Desk at 1-888-297-8689 (Option 9). Have your USER ID and PIN ready.

Session Resets: DRGR users that receive the error message “you are already logged into DRGR, please wait 30 minutes” should wait 30 minutes and try to login again. If the error message persists, please email DRGR_help@hud.gov to request a session reset (not a password reset). Please include SESSION RESET and your USER ID in the subject line.

Urgent Requests: DRGR users with urgent requests should send an email to DRGR_Help@hud.gov with the word ‘URGENT:’ in the subject line.