TITLE 44: GOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTS, GRANTMAKING, PROCUREMENT AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
SUBTITLE F: GRANTMAKING
CHAPTER I: GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
PART 7000 GRANT ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY ACT
SECTION 7000.410 AWARDEE PERFORMANCE MEASURES
Section 7000.410 Awardee Performance Measures
a) State agencies shall apply UR sections 200.301 (Performance Measurement) and 328 (Monitoring and Reporting Program Performance) for awardee performance oversight.
b) State agencies must provide awardees with clear performance goals, indicators and milestones and establish performance reporting frequency.
1) The awardee must submit performance reports at the interval required by the State agency, as specified in the Grant Agreement. Intervals must be no less frequent than annually and no more frequent than quarterly, except in unusual circumstances as communicated through the Grant Agreement specific conditions.
2) Annual reports are generally due 60 calendar days after the reporting period. Quarterly or semiannual reports must be due 30 calendar days after the reporting period. Due dates must be communicated through the Grant Agreement.
c) The State agency shall require the awardee to use the Periodic Performance Report (PPR) to articulate performance outcomes. In addition, each State grantmaking agency shall utilize the PPR to:
1) Require its awardees to relate financial data to performance accomplishments of the award; and
2) When applicable, require awardees to provide cost information to demonstrate cost-effective practices. [30 ILCS 708/50(c)(1)]
d) The awardee's performance shall be measured in a way that will help the State grantmaking agency and other applicants and recipients to improve program outcomes, share lessons learned, spread the adoption of promising practices, and build the evidence upon which the State agency's program and performance decisions are made.
e) The State grantmaking agency shall utilize the performance measurement data provided by the awardee to manage execution of the Grant Agreement.
1) Actual accomplishments during the specified period should be compared to the objectives of the award. Reasons for not meeting goals should be specified.
2) Trends in performance should be addressed through technical assistance, desk and/or field reviews, and/or monitoring. If applicable, the State agency may consider a change (increase or decrease) in the amount of the award based on awardee performance.