30, 2008 YOUR GRANT DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM REOPENS
of Health Professions (BHPr), HRSA Grantee – [Grant Number]:
On July 30,
2008, you can access your progress and final reports through HRSA’s
Electronic Handbook (EHB) grants management system at: http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/grants/default.htm
. You will need your identification and password. If you have
not already registered with the EHB, you must do so prior to accessing
An online video
training module is also available at the site above to assist you.
It is highly recommended that you review this video, especially
if you are new to the HRSA reporting systems. The video covers
EHB registration and a number of other informative items including
how to navigate the progress and final report parts of the system.
and Final Reports:
report covers the academic year of July 1, 2007 – June 30, 2008
and will be due August 30, 2008. This annual report collects both
the program specific data and Bureau core performance measures.
The Bureau will not collect progress reports for grants ending
in 2008, since those grantees will have a Final Report due within
90 days after the end of the project period. This report will provide
the progress data as well as the overall summary of the project.
If your grant has ended in 2008, please make sure to submit a Final
Report before end of the due date.
In the past,
the old Comprehensive Performance Management System/Uniform Progress
Report (CPMS/UPR) was used as both a non-competing renewal
application for funding and the annual progress report. That
combined report has been divided into its component parts so that
the Bureau may report performance outcomes to Congress earlier than
it has in the past. The BHPr Progress Report reflects the
UPR-II and CPMS parts of the old system. In February 2009, the
BHPr Non-competing Renewal Application will be due (Data in the
non-competing renewal will reflect the old UPR-I component.) You
will be notified in September 2008 of the requirements for the non-competing
the attached documentation for further information on the BHPr Performance
Management System. If you have any questions or need additional
information, please contact the HRSA Call Center at 1-877-Go4-HRSA
(1-877-464-4772) or email CallCenter@HRSA.GOV.
Your BHPr Performance
Quick Start Guide
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