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Government Printing Regulations. All reports described herein are subject to 44 U.S.C. and the "Government Printing and Binding Regulations" of the Joint Committee of the Congress of the United States. Additionally, all reports are subject to DOE 1340.1A.
c. Applicability to Other Government Agencies. The reports herein have been
cleared in accordance with 41 CFR 101-11.11.
d. Paperwork Reduction Act. The information collection requirements con
tained herein have been cleared through 12-31-33 by the Office of Manage-
Forms Supplies. Forms herein are available on request from:
U.S. Department of Energy
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT REPORTING
1.. HOW TO SELECT PLANS AND REPORTS.
General. When establishing a reporting requirement, each of the following factors should be jointly considered:
(1) The Activity to be performed. A major determinant in the selection
of plans and reports should be the nature of the work. Program/
(2) The Duration and Complexity of the Effort. The extent and complexity
of the activity should suggest the kinds of information necessary
(3) The Program Legislation, Federal Regulations, and Guidance. Some DOE
program legislation requires specific reporting, controls, and procedures. Program managers and assistance recipients must abide by the statutory and regulatory terms of the program to ensure the collection of essential information.
(4) The Significance of the Effort. High interest by the public, con
gress, or the Administration will require current and timely information on performance.
The Information Requirements of Other DOE Organizations. The data requirements of the Controller and the Director of Procurement and Assistance Management should be identified and satisfied. Any other DOE organizations involved in a stewardship role should identify their data requirement for the program/project manager preparing the reporting requirements.
b. When Reports are Due. The date for submitting reports is identified for
the recipient on the "Federal Assistance Reporting Checklist" in the
DOE 1332.2 10-31-83
A (As necessary)........Within 5 calendar days after event.
the Federal assistance effort.
c. Distribution of Reports. The finance officer must receive copies of all
"Financial Status Reports." The contracting officer must receive copies
be submitted by the recipient directly to the awarding officer and
(2) Other status reports should be submitted to the DOE program manager
or to an appropriate addressee in the program organization.
(3) The technical report requirements of the DOE Patent Counsel (GC-42)
and the Technical Information Center are discussed in Technical
Selection Guides for Baseline Plans and Reports. The tables presented in
(1) Selection may be imposed or limited by legislation.
alternative payment reporting) to and restrictions on financial
(3) There are special cases in which more frequent or more detailed
reporting may be required. Generally, these are cases in which the
e. Preparing the Federal Assistance Solicitation to include Reporting
Requirements. After determining which plans and reports are necessary