Standards for Success Reporting

OMB 2501-0034

OMB 2501-0034

This request is for the continued clearance of data collection and reporting requirements to enable the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Business Transformation (OBT) to better assess the effectiveness of discretionary-funded programs included in this information collection request (ICR). The discretionary-funded programs included in this ICR are the Multifamily Housing Service Coordinator Grant Program, the Multifamily Housing Budget-Based Service Coordinator Program, and the Resident Opportunity and Self Sufficiency Service Coordinator Grant Program (ROSS). This proposed collection, titled Standards for Success, has three key tenets which vastly improve data collection and reporting for participating programs. First is the standardization of data collection and reporting requirements across programs which increases data comparability and utilization. Second is the ability to report on measurable outcomes and aligning them with higher-level agency objectives. And third is the collection of record-level data, instead of aggregate data. Collecting de-identified data at the level of the service recipient allows for more meaningful analysis, improved management, and the ability to demonstrate the progress and achievements of the funding recipients and the programs. Standards for Success accepts data submission by direct data input through the HUD-funded GrantSolutions online data collection and reporting tool (OLDC) and by data file upload, accommodating file formats in Microsoft Excel or Extensible Markup Language (XML).

The latest form for Standards for Success Reporting expires 2022-11-30 and can be found here.

OMB Details

Participant Record-level Report

Federal Enterprise Architecture: Community and Social Services - Social Services

Form HUD-PRLParticipant Record-level ReportPrintable OnlyForm and instruction

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