Federal Funding Subaward and Executive Compensation Data Reporting
If your agency receives a federal award, please determine whether FFATA reporting is required. This is a high-level summary for general informational purposes only. See pages 4-6 of Appendix A in the OMB FFATA Guidance for additional information on the scope and requirements of FFATA reporting.
Awardees subject to FFATA reporting have until the end of the month following the month the award, subaward or obligation was made to report. Once a subaward is reported, no further reporting on that subaward is required unless key data related to that subaward (such as amount or period of performance) change.
Federal prime grant ($25,000 or more)
|Time of award/Award type||FFATA reporting required||FFATA reporting NOT required|
|Awarded prior to Oct. 1, 2010||X|
|Awarded on or after Oct. 1, 2010*||X|
|ARRA grants previously subject to Section 1512 Reporting awarded on or after Oct. 1, 2010, with a subaward(s) awarded prior to Feb. 1, 2014||X|
|ARRA grants previously subject to Section 1512 Reporting awarded on or after Oct. 1, 2010, with a subaward(s) awarded on or after Feb. 1, 2014||X|
|ARRA grants not Section 1512 reportable awarded on or after Oct. 1, 2010*||X|
* Agencies should seek clarification from their cognizant federal agencies regarding FFATA reporting of continuing or renewal grants originally awarded in prior fiscal years.
Federal prime contract*
|Phase||Value of award||FFATA reporting
|1||Award of more than $20 million||July 2010|
|2||Award of more than $550,000||Oct. 1, 2010|
|3||Award of $25,000 or more||March 1, 2011|
* See the OMB FFATA Guidance and Federal Acquisition Regulation Reporting Interim Final Rule for more details.