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Date Published: September 2018
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Data Clean-Up Financial and Performance reports in the Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System (DRGR) Reports Module (MicroStrategy) are available as a reference to correct data errors and prepare for closeout relating to two of the three priorities for final Quarterly Performance Reports (QPRs). The two priorities addressed in the new reports are 1) National Objective compliance and 2) Financial data accuracy. Field Office representatives and NSP grantees can use the reports to identify NSP grantee data errors to ensure NSP financial, accomplishment, and beneficiary data is complete and accurate. Grantees should begin preparing immediately to correct data errors and reconcile against their own recordkeeping system to make the NSP closeout process more manageable.
The reports are accessed in the DRGR Reports Module (MicroStrategy) under the Utilities tab in DRGR. The new NSP Data Clean-Up Reports are located in the following MicroStrategy folders:
Utilities → Reports (MicroStrategy) → DRGR OLAP → Shared Reports → Grantee User Reports → Additional NSP Reports → NSP Data Clean-Up Reports
HUD Field Office Staff:
Utilities → Reports (MicroStrategy) → DRGR OLAP → Shared Reports → HUD Field Office User Reports → Additional NSP Reports → NSP Data Clean-Up Reports