Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Annual Report

OMB 0970-0492

OMB 0970-0492

The Office of Community Services designed the CSBG Annual Report to support a multi-level Performance Management Framework. The data provided in the CSBG Annual Report is used at the local, state, and national levels to improve performance and track results from year-to-year and to assure accountability for critical activities and outcomes at each level of the CSBG Network. ACF encourages the use of principals outlined in the Government Performance and Results (GPRA) and Modernization Act to use the data collected in the CSBG Annual Report for improvement to achieve breakthrough results for people with low-incomes and the communities in which they live. At the local eligible entity level, the information in the CSBG Annual Report supports agency efforts to set and measure progress on targets for individual, family, and community outcomes resulting from locally determined services and strategies to address locally-identified community needs. At the state level, the CSBG Annual Report supports oversight and technical assistance, and promotes accountability for critical state functions such as State Plan development, monitoring, grant administration, training and technical assistance, and state-level communications and linkages. At the federal level, receipt and review of CSBG Annual Reports will permit necessary oversight and accountability for CSBG grant funds and provide necessary information for the Secretary’s Accountability and Performance Requirements as outlined in Section 678E(b) of the CSBG Act. Combined with information from the CSBG State Plan and other information from federal monitoring and oversight, the Annual Reports from States will provide necessary information to report to Congress as required under Section 678E(b)(2) regarding: • how funds were actually spent by the state and eligible entities in the state, including a breakdown of funds spent on administrative costs and on the direct delivery of local services by eligible entities; • information on the number of entities eligible receiving CSBG funds, the number of low-income persons served, and necessary demographic data on the low-income populations served by eligible entities as is determined by the Secretary to be feasible; • a summary of each state’s performance results, and the results for the eligible entities, • other information necessary for grant administration, accountability, and transparency purposes consistent with the CSBG performance management framework; and • use of CSBG funds to provide training and technical assistance to eligible entities. The purposes and uses of information from the CARES Act and the Disaster Supplemental reports are consistent with the purposes and uses described above. The supplemental reports are modified versions of modules collected through the regular CSBG Annual Report. The supplemental reports collect substantially less information than the comparable modules in the regular annual report and only request information on services and outcomes supported by the supplemental funds.

The latest form for Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Annual Report expires 2021-05-31 and can be found here.

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CSBG Annual Report: Grantees

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