Reporting


The Fiscal 2021 Final Report is now available. The Final Report should be submitted as soon as possible and no later than Monday, September 13, 2021 at 5pm.


All organizations receiving a Fiscal 2021grant must report on their funded services in order to retain the funds paid, receive any payments due, and remain in good standing in the future. Final Reports are reviewed in order of submission on a rolling basis; organizations are encouraged to submit well in advance of the final deadline. Final Reports are subject to review by the Agency and additional information may be requested prior to approval.

To report, all grantees must:

  • Complete an online CDF Final Report form that details programming supported in Fiscal 2021 (organizations should og into the online portal by clicking the link at the bottom of this page), and

  • Submit an online Supplemental & Scope Change form, detailed below- note that these forms will be combined for Fiscal 2021

Both of these requirements are due on or before Monday, September 13, 2021 at 5:00pm.


CDF Final Report Materials

Organizations should carefully review the Fiscal 2021 Final Report Overview document, which gives recommendations for completing the Final Reporting Forms in light of changes in the past year.

A short video to assist CDF grantees in the completion of their FY21 final reporting is now available. It highlights the changes organizations expected for this reporting cycle, including information about how to account for programmatic changes resulting from COVID-19. The video previews the online form for Supplemental materials and Requests for Revision, and makes suggestions for submitting a report that can be approved without revision.

You can access the video by visiting DCLA’s YouTube Channel or clicking the link below:
https://youtu.be/norbV92GN5I

 

Supplemental & Scope Change Form

Supplemental Materials and Scope Change documents have been merged into one online submission. These materials will only be accepted via the online form.

Where applicable, the Additional Locations template requested information about projects with more than 25 locations or venues, and the Conflicts of Interest Certification was submitted by organizations that have identified a conflict as described in the Final Report Instructions (p. 5).


Help Desk

The Programs Unit staff is working remotely at this time.

 If you have questions about the Final Report, please contact your Program Specialist directly via email. If you do not know who your Program Specialist is, email cdfhelpdesk@culture.nyc.gov.

CDF Grantees may view past or current submissions by logging into the portal below. Upon signing in, please make sure your organization’s information (including contact information) is up to date.


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