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Grants Management Forms

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Proposed Government-Wide Standard Grants Reporting Forms

Proposed Data Collection Form (SF-SAC) for Single Audits

  • Grant Application Forms
    -- All standard grant application forms are available through ""

  • SF-269, Financial Status Report (Long Form) (2 pages, 147 kb)
    • SF-269A, Financial Status Report (Short Form) (2 pages, 51 kb)

  • SF-270, Request for Advance or Reimbursement (2 pages, 165 kb)

  • SF-271, Outlay Report and Request for Reimbursement for Construction Programs (2 pages, 164 kb)

  • SF-272, Federal Cash Transactions Report (2 pages, 26  kb)
    • SF-272A, Federal Cash Transactions Report (1 page, 5 kb)

  • SF-PPR, Performance Progress Report (4 pages, 77 kb) *
  • SF-LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities -- as revised in 1996 (2 pages, 46  kb)
    (For additional guidance on lobbying restrictions and disclosures, see the applicable cost principles in OMB Circular A-21, A-87, or A-122 and the applicable Federal agency rule on lobbying)

  • SF-SAC, Data Collection Form for Single Audits

  • For OMB Circular A-21 Reporting:

*Note on use:
The burden estimates/statement on the SF-PPR may be updated. Grant recipients will be notified by their awarding agencies before they are required to use report program performance/progress using the Performance Progress Report format. Federal agencies must ensure that their burden estimates have been submitted to OMB prior to collecting information using the Performance Progress Report format.

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