The Office of Community Services (OCS) received OMB approval for a new CSBG Annual Report on January 12, 2017. The new CSBG Annual Report is being implemented through a phased-in approach over two years, with the first full reporting of the Annual Report due April 30, 2019 (See Dear Colleague Letter). Please consult this list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the CSBG Annual Report.
April 7, 2017 Submission Date: States are required to submit Module 1 of the new CSBG Annual Report in OLDC and complete Sections E-G and
the NPIs in the CSBG IS.
March 31, 2018 Submission Date: States are required to submit Module 1 of the new CSBG Annual Report in OLDC and complete Sections E-G and the NPIs in the CSBG IS.
April 30, 2019 Submission Date: States are required to submit Module 1-4 of the new CSBG Annual Report in OLDC and will no longer report in the CSBG IS. (See Dear Colleague Letter)
Final Annual Report– This is the PDF version of the full CSBG Report that was cleared by OMB in January 2017.
Final Annual Report- Excel Versions:
- Module 2: Expenditure, Capacity, Resources
- Module 3: Community Level
- Module 4: Individual and Family Level
Full Annual Report Numbering System– This Excel document contains the full numbering system for Module 1 through Module 4 of the Annual Report. This numbering scheme will allow the network to more easily communicate each data point in the Annual Report and will assist developers with building systems.
CSBG Reporting Timelines for States and local CSBG Eligible Entities – This chart shows the timeline for reporting on the CSBG Annual Report. Click here to see your State’s CSBG Reporting Period.
State Reporting Periods for FY18 – Modules 2-4 are based on the State’s CSBG Reporting Period and reporting starts in FY18. Check out this chart to see your State’s Reporting Period.
CSBG Annual Report 1-Pager – This 1-pager provides key information on the what, why, and when of the CSBG Annual Report.
FAQ: Collecting, Storing, Analyzing, and Using Data– This FAQ is intended as a resource for the CSBG Network to use when beginning to think about data analysis.
High Level CSBG Annual Report/CSBG IS Survey Crosswalk – Use this quick reference tool to identify how the CSBG Annual Report and CSBG IS Survey overlap!
CSBG IS-CSBG Annual Report Quick Reference Crosswalk – Use this tool for a deeper look the CSBG Annual Report and CSBG IS Survey overlap.
Annotated CSBG Annual Report – This detailed document provides line by line notations on which CSBG IS NPIs and Sections are included, expanded upon, or used to inform the CSBG Annual Report. CSBG IS/CSBG Annual Report Crosswalk – Starting to map out how you will transition from the CSBG IS to the CSBG Annual Report? This detailed crosswalk starts with the NPIs in the CSBG IS Survey and identifies similar indicators in the CSBG Annual Report.
CSBG Annual Report/CSBG IS Survey/Organizational Standards Crosswalk – This tool crosswalks elements of the CSBG Annual Report, CSBG IS Survey and the Organizational Standards.
Organizational Standards/ROMA Principles Crosswalk – This tool lists the Organizations Standards that correspond to each phase of the ROMA cycle.
LIHEAP/HS/WIOA/WAP Crosswalk– The LIHEAP/WIOA/WAP/HS crosswalk is a technical assistance tool for the CSBG network to use when considering where or how to report indicators, services, or strategies for these four specific federal programs in the new CSBG Annual Report. It is understood that not all agencies have the same data collection and reporting capabilities and that there is discretion in selecting indicators to report for the CSBG network. As such, this crosswalk is a suggestion of where to report these programs. It is also understood that not only these programs can be reported in any of the listed indicators and that other programs may use the same indicators. Agencies should work with their state offices to answer specific reporting questions and should check with their state office before deciding where or where not to report specific programs.
Webinars and Presentations:
CSBG Annual Report: Where We’re At and Where We’re Headed, November 5, 2018- NASCSP and OCS touch base about the Annual report and discuss the road ahead before the April 30, 2019 reporting deadline. Participants will receive answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about the report and learn about the resources available to assist you in reporting. The intended audience of this webinar is anyone involved in reporting or in leadership at the State, State Association, or Local Agency level. Slides | Recording