2016 Biennial Report to Congress on the Effectiveness of Grant Programs Under the Violence Against Women Act
In response to the reporting requirements of VAWA 2000, every two years, VAWA MEI and OVW compiles and presents aggregate qualitative and quantitative data submitted by grantees demonstrating the effectiveness of VAWA funding nationwide. These reports represent 2 years of collective efforts to respond to domestic/sexual violence across the nation. In addition, these reports include recent and relevant research from the field on the scope and burden of violence, emerging and evidence-based practices and policies for addressing violence, and highlights evolving and ongoing challenges.read the full report
We need to leave a section of the form blank. What do we do when a validation error occurs because of this?
There are workaround options, which include describing validation errors in narrative.
We closed out one grant and began a new grant within the current reporting period. How do we split up the data for the reporting period into the two grant reports we are required to submit?
Do your best to divide the activities based on which grant funding supported each activity, but do not double count activities. There are two sections that are particularly tricky...
I not only learned what administrators are to look for but I also learned new things to tell subgrantees.
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