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Reporting Requirements




An investigator may have to submit up to seven types of reports over the course of a Fisheries Monitoring Program project. All applicable reports must be submitted as scheduled. Delinquent or non-submission of any applicable report may result in non-payment of invoices, suspension of award(s) or termination of the project. Timely submission of reports is a factor in evaluating subsequent funding requests. Use the table below to determine which reports you are responsible for and select the report type for more information on submitting and writing the report

Submit the following reports by email to: Fisheries_Resource_Monitoring@fws.gov

Significant Development Report

Who must submit: All investigators

When: As soon as events or changes occur that impact the project

Annual Interim Performance Report

Who must submit: All investigators

When: As identified in the award document

Annual Technical Report

Who must submit: Investigators with multi-year projects When: As identified in the award documen

When: As identified in the award document

Final Report

Who must submit: All investigators

When: As identified in the award document


Submit the following reports to: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Contracting and General Services, 1011 E. Tudor Rd., Anchorage, AK 99503

Financial Status SF425

Who must submit: Investigators with cooperative agreement funding

When: As identified in the award document

Minority Business Enterprise/Woman Owned Business Procurement Report

Who must submit: Investigators with cooperative agreement funding who have issues subgrants or procurement awards in excess of $10,000.

When: Within one month following a Federal fiscal quarter during which a subgrant or procurement contract greater than $10,000 was executed.