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07/30/2008 07:42 AM
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  BHPr Progress Report
  What is BPr? When is mine due?

BPR is the Bureau of Health Professions Progress Report, the official document for collecting grantee performance. The 2007-2008 academic year data progress report is due August 30 for all programs. You may also check the BHPr Performance Management schedule.


In the past, Uniform Progress Report/Comprehensive Performance Management System Report (generally referred to as the "CPMS/UPR Report") 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 "CPMS/UPR" - UPR-II and CPMS sections have been renamed to BPR-I and BPR-II, respectively. The old UPR I section will be collected in a separate BHPr Non-competing Renewal Application and will be due in February.

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