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DRGR Release 8.4 Fact Sheets Now Available

Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) Release 8.4 was deployed on Monday, July 19, 2021 to support TA providers and DRGR users in their disaster response efforts. In this release:

  • Additional functionality for applicable users of TA Provider screens were added to DRGR. These functions include:
    • TA Work Plans
    • TA Requests and TA Assignments
    • TA Labor Categories and Rates
    • TA-specific DRGR Analytics Reports and Dashboards
  • DRGR Users now have the ability to capture voucher line items comments during drawdown/voucher creation and HUD voucher review process; and Grantee Users can add supporting documents as attachments during drawdown/voucher revision process.
  • Several defects were corrected within DRGR Performance Reports to ensure system functions and data fields are working as intended.
  • Additional enhancements of how information is displayed on the DRGR Public Data Portal occurred. The site now contains:
    • Program-specific documentation maintained by HUD;
    • Public Action Plan and Projects/Activities Reports; and
    • Grantee summary reports.

HUD has posted the following fact sheets related to the new release on the DRGR Fact Sheets page:

  • Overview of Release 8.4
  • Voucher Line Items Comments


All questions regarding these fact sheets and DRGR Release 8.4, including defect reporting, 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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