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Award Management Tutorial

Roles and Responsibilities 

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The recipient will implement work plans to ensure that the project’s goals and objectives are achieved in an efficient and timely manner. Recipients are responsible for registering their organization in the PMS, completing regular draws of funds correlating to award expenditures, submitting quarterly disbursement reports, and submitting required performance and financial reports in Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) on time as required in the Notice of Award (NoA) “Terms and Conditions”.

Project Officer

The Project Officer (PO) is among the HRSA staff responsible for defining and providing overall programmatic objectives, along with monitoring the performance of individual grant projects. The PO collaborates with HRSA’s grants management staff by providing advice on the disposition of grantee requests needing prior approval from the Grants Management Officer, and similar requests that may be directed to the to the GMS.  The PO confers with the GMS on complex or questionable matters needing resolution for the grantee.

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Payment Management Contacts

Contact your Project Officer or Grants Management Specialist with specific questions about the administration and management of your grant or cooperative agreement. Their contact information is on the last page of the Notice of Award.