HUD is pleased to announce the release of a Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) policy alert. This policy alert:
- Addresses the minimum requirements for Quarterly Performance Report (QPR) submissions
- Explains a simplified process for a grantee to catch up on missed QPRs
- Describes how HUD field offices handle missed QPRs
- Identifies the required data needed for a QPR to be considered a final report
NSP grantees are required to submit QPRs until the initial grant has been closed. Then the reporting becomes annual. After reviewing QPRs in the Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) system, it was found that some grantees stopped reporting without closing their grants. The NSP Team created this policy alert to assist those grantees in submitting missed QPRs and to clarify the steps that field office CPD Representatives must take to address reporting non-compliance.
The Clarification of Requirements for Quarterly Performance Reports policy alert is now available on the HUD Exchange. Questions regarding this policy alert or NSP should be directed to the NSP Team at email@example.com.