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					The American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
           POLICY                    TECHNOLOGY

   Who reports                  How to register
   What to report to Feds       How to submit to OFM
   What to report to OFM

    OFM Lead: Julie Murray      OFM Lead: Muoi Nguy
    Julie.Murray@ofm.wa.gov       Muoi.Nguy@ofm.wa.gov
    360-902-0647                  360-664-7699




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   Section 1512 is contained in the Recovery Act itself and
    requires additional reporting to inform the public on how
    funds are expended at the local level.
     Who is receiving Recovery Act dollars and what amounts?
     What projects and activities are being funded?
     What is project completion status and impact on job
      creation/retention?




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   Section 1512 is a report that is IN ADDITION to any other
    grant or award requirement.
   Section 1512 terms/requirements may differ from what is
    required under grant programs – both new grants and
    existing programs supplemented with Recovery Act funds.
   Non-compliance with Section 1512 reports is a violation of
    the award or grant and could lead to repayment of those
    amounts.




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   Report due by the 10th day after the end of the calendar
    quarter.
     October 10, 2009
     January 10, 2010
     April 10, 2010, and so on.
   Report is due by 11:59 pm EASTERN TIME, so that is 8:59 pm
    PACIFIC TIME. Website is open on weekends.
   Reports are CUMULATIVE.
   First report covers period of the inception of the Recovery
    Act through September 30, 2009.


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 Agencies report directly to FederalReporting.gov
 Agencies will supply OFM with a copy of
  FederalReporting.gov submission.
 Agencies will supply OFM will additional information to
  supplement Section 1512 Report




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   All state agencies will report:
     TIMELY
     COMPLETELY
     ACCURATELY
 No material omissions or significant reporting errors
 Washington receives an A+




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OMB                OMB



 Federal
                    State Recovery
 Awarding
                   Act Coordinators
 Agencies



  State Agencies      State Agencies


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   OFM expects that agencies will FOLLOW YOUR FEDERAL
    AWARDING AGENCY’S GUIDANCE.
     Federal agencies will review your reports to determine compliance.
     OMB is deferring to federal agencies and allowing federal agencies to
      deviate from OMB guidance and instruction.
     Follow your federal awarding agency’s guidance FIRST!
   OMB and OFM guidance are SECONDARY source.
   Use FederalReporting.gov help-desk as LAST resort.
   OFM needs to know when our advice differs from what your
    agency tells you. Email it to Julie.Murray@ofm.wa.gov


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      FOLLOW YOUR
FEDERAL AWARDING AGENCY
        GUIDANCE


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   Many federal agencies are providing their own supplemental
    guidance and tip sheets on information required for prime
    recipients.
   Check your federal awarding agency directly.
   Also check: http://www.recovery.gov/?q=content/agency-
    guidance-reporting.
   If you get additional guidance, tip sheets, emails, etc. on how
    to report, please provide a copy to
    Julie.Murray@ofm.wa.gov. We can post the information on
    RecoveryShare.


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DIVISION A PROGRAMS - YES         DIVISION B PROGRAMS - NO

   State Fiscal Stabilization     Entitlement Programs –
    Funds                           FMAP, DSH, etc.
   Competitive grant              Extended unemployment
    programs                        benefits
   Infrastructure programs        Tax Provisions
                                   Bond and loan programs
    Most of the Recovery Act is
    contained in Division A


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       WHO REPORTS IS A MOVING TARGET

   Some Division B programs are being required to report.
   Check:
     http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/memoranda_fy2009/m09-
      21-supp1.pdf
     Talk to your federal awarding agency.




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             YOU DO!
Most state agencies are either a:
   Prime Recipient
   Sub-recipient
   Vendor
   Any combination of above

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   PRIME RECIPIENT is a non-Federal entity that receives
    Recovery Act funding as Federal awards in the form of
    grants, loans, or cooperative agreements directly from the
    Federal government
   SUB-RECIPIENT is a non-Federal entity that expends Federal
    awards received from another entity to carry out a Federal
    program but does not include an individual who is a
    beneficiary of such a program.




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   VENDOR is a dealer, distributor, merchant, or other seller
    providing goods and services that are required for the
    conduct of a federal program.
   INDIVIDUAL is generally defined as a sole proprietorship and
    not beneficiaries of a program.




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VENDOR                                                 SUB-RECIPIENT
   Provides the goods and services within normal         Determines who is eligible to receive what
    business operations;                                   federal financial assistance;
   Provides similar goods or services to many            Has its performance measured against
    different purchasers;                                  whether the objectives of the Federal program
   Operates in a competitive environment;                 are met;

   Provides goods or services that are ancillary to      Has responsibility for programmatic decision
    the operation of the Federal program; and              making;

   Is not subject to compliance requirements of          Has responsibility for adherence to applicable
    the Federal program.                                   federal program compliance requirements (the
                                                           terms and conditions of the federal award are
                                                           carried forward to the sub-recipient)
                                                          Uses the federal funds to carry out a program
                                                           of the organization as compared to providing
                                                           goods or services for a program of the prime
                                                           recipient.



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   June 22th OMB Guidance -
     A sub-recipient is a non-Federal entity that expends Federal awards
      received from another entity to carry out a Federal program but does
      not include an individual who is a beneficiary of such a program.
   Supplemental OMB Guidance to NASBO –
     All state agencies are prime recipients. State agencies cannot be sub-
      recipients. All funds between state agencies must be aggregated.
   Department of Education – State Fiscal Stabilization Funds –
     All state agencies receiving funds through their Governor’s Office are
      to be reported as sub-recipients.



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        Federal Awarding
            Agency



     State Agency X, Y & Z
(Prime Recipient = THE STATE)



     City            County
(Sub-Recipient)   (Sub-Recipient)



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                          Federal Awarding
                              Agency



                              State Agency X
                  Receives Award (Prime Recipient)



State Agency Y         City               County         State Agency Z
(Sub-Recipient)   (Sub-Recipient)      (Sub-Recipient)   (Sub-Recipient)



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    AGENCY THAT RECEIVED FEDERAL AWARD
             IS PRIME RECIPIENT

   Unless otherwise directed by your federal awarding agency,
    another state agency should be reported as a sub-recipient.
   If we are to err, it will be on the side of more disclosure and
    transparency.
   If you are directed otherwise, let us know. Email
    Julie.Murray@ofm.wa.gov


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                      WARNING
       Current guidance CONFLICTS:
        The Recovery Act
        Federal Regulations
        OMB June 22nd Guidance & Clarification
        Webinars
        Data Dictionary

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 This presentation follows the published Data Dictionary.
 Follow your federal awarding agency guidance.
 OFM is providing you guidance to follow in the absence of
  more concrete information from your federal awarding
  agency.
 What you need to report:
       Copy of your federal award
       External communications and GMAP materials
       Information collected from sub-recipients and vendors




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   Data Dictionary - Title and general description with purpose
    of each funding action if any. Should capture overall purpose
    of award.
   Can be found on Federal Award Notice
   OFM Guidance - Add whether the funds are:
     Formula funds
     Competitive grant
     Cooperative agreement
     Block grant




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   Competitive grant for approved AmeriCorps programs.
   Formula funds to capitalize on the state’s Drinking Water State
    Revolving Fund.
   State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (formula funds) - Education
    Fund- for the support of public elementary, secondary, and
    postsecondary education and, as, applicable, early childhood
    education programs and services.
   Formula grant program funds for crime victim assistance.


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   Data Dictionary – Enter Project Name or Project/Program
    Title as it EXACTLY appears on Federal Award Notice
   OFM Guidance - None




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   ARRA AmeriCorps competitive grant
   WA State Funds for the DWSFR program - ARRA
   State Fiscal Stabilization Fund – Education Grants
   Recovery Act – OVC FY 09 VOCA Victim Compensation Formula
    Grant Program.




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   Data Dictionary - Description of the overall purpose and
    expected outputs and outcomes or results of the award and
    first-tier sub-award(s). For an award that funds multiple
    projects such as a formula block grant, the purpose and
    outcomes or results may be stated in broad terms.
   OFM Guidance: Use information already contained in:
     Grant application
     Status reports to your federal awarding agency
     External communications and website
     GMAP
   Field most likely used by Governor to describe the program.

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   Allow the state of Washington to capitalize its revolving loan
    fund for the financing for the construction of drinking water
    facilities, green infrastructure, program administration and
    drinking water related activities. Primary purposes are to
    preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery
    through the investment of infrastructure projects. We
    anticipate XX projects benefiting XX household and business
    being funded.




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   Data Dictionary – Evaluation of completion status of the
    project, activity or federally awarded contract. Evaluation
    should be based on performance progress reports and other
    relevant non-financial information. Chose:
     Not started;
     Less than 50% completed;
     Completed 50% or more;
     Fully Completed.
   With awards that have multiple projects, report what is
    closest to the average rate of performance.


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   OFM Guidance - Performance differs from expenditures. A
    contract or program may be 75% complete yet no Recovery
    Act funds have been expended through a draw-down,
    reimbursement or invoice. An agency would report
    “completed: 50% or more”.
   Caveat: Some federal awarding agencies are saying to use
    expenditures to complete this data element.




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    Data Dictionary – Use North American Industry Classification
     System (NAICS) or National Center for Charitable Statistics
     (NTEE-NPC)
    Searchable databases can be found at:
     NAICS: http://www.census.gov/naics/
     NTEE-NPC:
       http://nccsdataweb.urban.org/PubApps/nteeSearch.php?gQry=all-
       core&codeType=NPC.
    You are allowed up to 10 activity codes to use.



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       OFM Guidance - Be as specific as possible.
         In the case you cannot fit all the detailed codes within the given
          constraints, choose the 10 codes that represent the majority of the
          activities.
         Infrastructure programs must use NAICS Codes.




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   Data Dictionary - Single piece of data. NOT being asked to
    measure job created separately from jobs retained.
   In reporting number of jobs, EXCLUDE:
     Employment impact on materials suppliers and central service
        providers (so-called “indirect” jobs)
       Employment impact on the local community (“induced” jobs).
       Jobs outside the United States
       Uncompensated jobs (unpaid internships, volunteers, etc.)
       Employment that is not directly charged to Recovery Act supported
        projects/activities.



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   Convert jobs “full-time equivalent” (FTE) jobs. In order to
    perform the calculation, a recipient will need:
     Total number of hours worked that are charged to Recovery Act
      funding.
     Include all forms of compensation.
     Number of hours in a full-time schedule for a quarter. In general, a
      full-time schedule should be expressed for the quarter as 520 hours.


Cumulative Recovery Act Funded Hours Worked = FTE
  Cumulative Hours in a Full-Time Schedule


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   You MUST capture jobs from:
     You, as prime recipient
     Any of your first-tier vendors
     Your sub-recipients
     Your sub-recipients’ first tier vendor
   A first-tier vendor is anyone that you or your sub-recipients
    have a contractual relationship with for the procurement of
    goods or services.




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   Analyze FTEs to show to show ONLY the Recovery Act
    portion of the project or program.
   Example: Five projects 80% funded by state or federal
    dollars and 20% of it is funded by Recovery Act dollars. This
    person is entirely devoted to managing these projects.
     Person is keeping timesheets for work spent on ONLY Recovery Act
      projects or activities. If 8 hours of time is spent 100% on Recovery Act
      activities, then 8 hours out of a 40 hour workweek, gets you a 0.2 FTE.
     If the person isn’t keeping timesheets, another option is to prorate
      the workweek. In this case, Recovery Act is 20% of the funds. Report
      20% of 1 FTE, which is 0.2 FTE.

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                             State
                            Agency A


 State
           County A   County B               City A              Vendor A
Agency B


                                                                   Sub-
Vendor B              Vendor C    Vendor D            Vendor E
                                                                 Contractor




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                             State
                            Agency A


 State
           County A   County B               City A              Vendor A
Agency B


                                                                   Sub-
Vendor B              Vendor C    Vendor D            Vendor E
                                                                 Contractor




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   First-tier contractors and vendors are the minimum amount
    of information to collect.
   Federal awarding agencies are more likely to expect second-
    tier vendor information on infrastructure projects.
   OFM Guidance - We would like second-tier vendor (vendors
    of your vendors) job information. However, consider:
     Size of purchase. The more minor the purchase, the less need
      to collect the information.
     Quality of the data. Does including subcontractors materially
      reduce the accuracy of your numbers.
     Ability to distinguish between indirect and induced jobs.

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WHO REPORTS                           REPORTS WHAT?

   Prime Recipient must                 You, as prime recipient
    report all job information.          Any of your first-tier
   Cannot be delegated to                vendors
    anyone else.                         Your sub-recipients
   Duty to collect, report and          Your sub-recipients’ first-
    ensure accuracy.                      tier vendor
     Includes maintaining records
      of sub-recipients and vendors
      to verify jobs data


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                             State
                            Agency A


 State
           County A   County B               City A              Vendor A
Agency B


                                                                   Sub-
Vendor B              Vendor C    Vendor D            Vendor E
                                                                 Contractor




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       Data Dictionary – Narrative description of the employment
        impact of the Recovery Act funded work. Description may
        rely on job titles, broader labor categories, or the recipients
        existing practice so long as terms are widely understood.
       OFM Guidance - Describe how you collected job information
        and use North American Industry Classification System
        (NAICS) for descriptions
         Minimum obligation to report at 2-digit level and include both digit
          and the written description.
         NAICS: http://www.census.gov/naics/



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   Collected specific data from sub-recipients and vendors to
    determine FTE attributable to Recovery Act funding. FTEs are
    providing educational services in elementary and secondary
    schools (NAICs 6111) and institutions of higher education
    (NAIC 6113)
   Funds being used to support 220 FTEs correctional officers
    (NAIC 92214) based on statewide accounting/payroll
    information.




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   Data Dictionary - Amount of recovery funds received that
    were expended to projects or activities (‘‘Federal Share of
    Expenditures’’).
   OFM Guidance – Cut-Off Date
     Report expenditure data posted in the official accounting system
      (AFRS) as of the last calendar day (the Friday before, if the last
      calendar day falls on a Saturday or Sunday) of the last month of the
      quarter. Financial data related to expenditures in that calendar
      quarter, but posted after the last calendar day of the month, should
      not be included in the Section 1512 report.
     This cut-off date flows through the entire report. Use whenever
      financial data is requested.


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   OFM Guidance continued…
     Include all expenditure data, both cash and accruals, posted as of the
      cutoff date. Do not include estimated expenditures for the period,
      such as cost allocation, labor distribution or payroll costs, posted after
      the cutoff date.
     DO NOT use the Section 1512 report adjustment period (Day 11
      through Day 29) to update expenditure data to reflect data posted
      after the cutoff date.
     If there is some reason that you cannot follow this guidance, contact
      Julie.Murray@ofm.wa.gov to discuss.




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   Check with your federal awarding agency. Common themes
    are:
     Any project that is subject to Chapter 39.04 RCW (Public Work), such
      as the construction, alteration, or repair of public buildings or public
      works. Excludes minor repairs and decoration; however, many
      federal awarding agencies are considering this infrastructure.
     Any project that the Recovery Act or federal award defines or
      describes as an “infrastructure” project.
     Any project requiring a Governor’s certification.




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   Total Recovery Act Infrastructure Expenditure
     Data Dictionary – Total amount of Recovery Act funds expended on
      infrastructure
     OFM Guidance – This amount should be equal to or less than total
      Recovery Act expenditures. Use same cut-off date.
   Infrastructure Rationale
     Data Dictionary – Chose one or more of five purposes to chose from.
     OFM Guidance – Include information on how your agency prioritized
      projects.




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To preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery, as
well as invest in environmental protection infrastructure that
will provide long-term benefits, Washington State distributed
Recovery Act transportation funds by 1) advancing projects
and jobs that would have otherwise been delayed due to
funding shortfalls, 2) advancing projects and jobs that would
address high priority highway preservation needs, 3) selecting
projects that assist communities most impacted by the
recession.




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       Primary Place of Performance
         Data Dictionary – No guidance
         OMB FAQ - List the municipality impacted by the largest portion of
          the Recovery Act award. In the event that it is not possible to
          determine a single place that is receiving more award funds than
          others, the State should list the state capitol as the primary place of
          performance




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   OFM Guidance:
     If you have a single address or location, use it.
     If there are multiple projects in the same municipality and those
      projects in the aggregate represent 50% or more of the award, use the
      address of the municipality’s city hall, county courthouse, or tribal
      office.
     Address of the capitol:
       Legislative Building
       416 Sid Snyder Avenue S.W.
       Olympia, WA 98504-0002
       USA
       Washington Third Congressional District



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   State Fiscal Stabilization Fund – General Government
     Used to support corrections officers throughout the state – use state
      capitol address
   Drinking Water Revolving Fund
     Use to fund 23 projects across the state – use state capitol address
   National Institute of Health grant
     Funds research activities at UW – use UW address
   Federal Highway Administration
     50% of Safe Schools grants awarded to Seattle – use Seattle location
      based on its City Hall address



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   Compensation of five highest paid officers is required if if
    ALL THREE conditions are met:
     Eighty percent (80%) of gross annual revenue comes from federal
      loans, contracts, subcontracts, grants, and cooperative agreements;
     Such revenue exceeds $25 million; and
     Information cannot be obtained from SEC or IRS filings.


   OFM Guidance –
     Not applicable for state agencies.
     May be applicable to sub-recipients or vendors.




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       OMB has decided that VENDOR data for awards LESS THAN
        $25,000 WILL NOT BE CUMULATIVE one quarter to the next,
        only cumulative within the same quarter.
         If you make two payments to the same vendor within a calendar
          quarter for $15,000 then it crosses the $25,000 threshold and cannot
          be aggregated.
         However, if you make two payments to the same vendor, one on
          September 1 and the next on October 15, (which are in two different
          quarters) then the threshold would not be crossed. You can aggregate
          this vendor.




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 OMB allows prime recipients to delegate responsibility for
 reporting of certain Section 1512 data elements to sub-
 recipients.


  WASHINGTON WILL NOT BE
DELEGATING TO SUB-RECIPIENTS
  YOU WILL REPORT THE DATA

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 DUNS number                  Project Descriptions
 Sub-award :                  Place of performance
   Number                     Project Status
   Date signed                Jobs Created/Retained
   Total funds TO BE          Job Descriptions
    disbursed                  Top 5 compensated officers
   Total funds that HAVE      Vendor Data (see next slide)
    BEEN disbursed
 Congressional district



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   DUNS number or       Description
    Name and HQ zip     Payment Amount
    code
   Sub-award
    Number, vendor
    of sub-recipient                      Applies only to
   Quarterly                             Vendors with
    Activities/Project
    Descriptions                          Payments over
   Jobs                                  $25,000
    Created/Retained
   Job Descriptions
   Product or
    Service


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          THE LAST TWO SLIDES
 The Section 1512 report allows you to aggregate
  certain data that we want disaggregated (the
  details).
 You should be collecting this data to have an
  accurate Section 1512 report.


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                                               July 20, 2009
                                                                        Unincorporated
                                            (Sub-Award Date)
                                                                     Thurston County (Place
                                                                        of Performance)

                                                 2)009-8
                                          (Sub-Recipient Award             $1 million
                                                Number                 (Total Funding to
                                                                           Project)

                                                   Third
  State Agency –         Olympia                                            $225,00
Salmon/Watershed                          (Congressional District)
 Recovery Grants   (Sub-Recipient Name)                              (Total Funds Disbursed
                                                                             to Date)

                                          Woodard Bay Clean-up
                                           – removal of debris           Less than 50%
                                              and planting of          complete (Project
                                             vegetation along               Status)
                                           streams converging
                                                 into Bay
                                                (Quarterly              Top 5 Highly
                                              Activity/Project       Compensated Officer –
                                               Description)                 N/A



                                                                            .5 FTEs
                                                                           (Jobs) in
                                                                       administration of
                                                                     environmental quality      1.0 FTE (Jobs) in
                                                                      - NAICS 92411 (Job      landscaping - NAICS
                                                                          Description)            561730 (Job
                                                                                                  Description)


                                                                           Vendor A           Removal of Debris
                                                                       (DUNS or HQ zip)       (Product or Service)



                                                                                                   $175,000
                                                                                              (Payment Amount)

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   See Economic Recovery Federal OMB Section 1512 and
    Washington State Additional 1512 Data Requirements –
    Illustrated reporting scenario

   Walk through the data element requirement document for
    State Additional 1512 details




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   OFM is developing a custom solution for data collection from
    agencies for both:
     A copy of the Federal OMB Section 1512 report
     A separate report for the Washington State required additional 1512
      project/location details at the prime recipient and sub recipient level
   Data collection formats:
     Excel – 1st priority (for quarter ending 9/30/09 reporting)
     XML – 2nd priority (possible enhancement for future reporting)
     Web Form – Low priority from agency survey (not likely to be
      developed)



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 Working on security component
 Will use Agency Point of Contacts for user validation
 Submittal comment is required for each file submission
 May suggest file naming convention and standard language
  on submittal comment
 No complicated business rules built for the 1st quarterly
  submission




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   Access data submission via the Internet
   Submit both Federal Template and companion State
    Template with supporting details together
   Unable to submit one without the other since one is
    supporting the other
   Unable to submit if one of these conditions exists:
       Any missing required fields or invalid fields
       Award number not match between the two files
   Only able to submit one single set of files at each time
   Will accept Excel version in 2003 (xls) – same as OMB’s
   Will also accept Excel version in 2007 (xlsx)

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   Prime Recipient State Agencies must:
     Register in www.FederalReporting.gov ASAP
     Inform OFM when registration is complete
     Provide DUNS Number, Award Number, and Agency Point of Contacts
      to OFM
     Provide FRPIN to OFM and authorize OFM registrants for data review
      purpose
   OFM will:
     Register as Recipient Users for each DUNS Number




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   Day 1 – 10th of the month following the quarter end:
     Collect and compile information required for Federal 1512 and OFM
      1512 additional detail data from internal data sources, sub-recipients
      and vendors
     Ensure financial data reported includes only data posted in the
      Accounting System (AFRS) as of the last calendar day of the quarter
     Review data before submission
   Day 10th – Deadline for reporting (By 8:59 pm PST)
     Last day to submit Federal OMB Section 1512 report to
      www.FederalReporting.gov
     Submit a parallel copy of Federal OMB 1512 report and State’s
      additional project/location details to OFM at the same time

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   Day 11 – 21st of the month following the quarter end:
     Review the submitted data to identify any necessary adjustments
     If needed changes are identified, contact sub-recipients and vendors
      to submit necessary adjustments
     Notify OFM that adjustment is necessary
     Respond to OFM questions about the data submittal
     Confirm with OFM whether adjustments are needed
   Day 21st – Deadline for adjustments (By 8:59 pm PST)
     Last day to submit adjustments for the Federal OMB Section 1512
      quarterly report to www.FederalReporting.gov (locked after this day)
     Submit an updated parallel copy of Federal OMB 1512 report and
      updated State’s additional project/location details to OFM at the same
      time

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   Day 22 – 29th of the month following the quarter end:
     Be alert for potential federal agency notifications for further
      adjustments and respond to their questions about any data submittal
     Notify OFM if adjustment is necessary
     If adjustments are required:
       ▪ Wait for federal agency notification that the system has been unlocked
       ▪ Submit necessary adjustments to both www.FederalReporting.gov and OFM

   Day 29th – Deadline for last adjustments (By 8:59 pm PST)
     Last day to submit final adjustments for the Federal OMB Section
      1512 quarterly report to www.FederalReporting.gov
     Submit an updated parallel copy of Federal OMB 1512 report and
      updated State’s additional project/location details to OFM

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   Future Data Submission Process/Frequency
     Update cost information and job information if available for existing
        projects
       Update new or old projects if additions or changes from previous
        submitted report
       Make updates to both the Federal OMB report and State’s additional
        project/location detail report
       Submit both reports to OFM on a monthly basis
       Start date and monthly cutoff for reporting date to be determined




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   Solicit pilot agencies to submit 1512 data for testing using
    OMB 1512 Excel Template
   Submit static information such as funding agency name,
    award ID, recipient DUNS, etc., and
   Submit dynamic data such as costs or job information for
    what is available
   Contact Muoi.Nguy@ofm.wa.gov if interested in pilot
    testing




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   Excel template to be finalized for the State
    Additional Data Requirements
   Available the week of September 21st




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   Presentation materials and handouts from this training is
    available at www.recovery.wa.gov/presentations
   For further information on Recovery Act-related trainings,
    please contact:
      Barbara Burgener
      Governor’s Recovery Act Training Coordinator
      Phone: 360.902.4107
      Barbara.Burgener@gov.wa.gov




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