"Grant Application Form for Project Objectives and Performance Measures Information"

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OMB Number: 1894-0017
Expiration Date: 07/31/2023
U.S. Department of Education
Grant Application Form for Project Objectives and Performance Measures Information
See Instructions.
Applicant Information
Legal Name:
Delete Project Objective
1. Project Objective:
X
Quantitative Data
1.a. Performance Measure
Measure Type
Target
Raw Number
Ratio
%
+
/
Add Performance Measure
Add Project Objective
View Burden Statement
OMB Number: 1894-0017
Expiration Date: 07/31/2023
U.S. Department of Education
Grant Application Form for Project Objectives and Performance Measures Information
See Instructions.
Applicant Information
Legal Name:
Delete Project Objective
1. Project Objective:
X
Quantitative Data
1.a. Performance Measure
Measure Type
Target
Raw Number
Ratio
%
+
/
Add Performance Measure
Add Project Objective
OMB Number: 1894-0017
Expiration Date: 07/31/2023
INSTRUCTIONS
GRANT APPLICATION FORM FOR
PROJECT OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES INFORMATION
PURPOSE
Applicants must submit a GRANT APPLICATION FORM FOR PROJECT OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE
MEASURES INFORMATION via Grants.gov or in G5 when instructed to submit applications in G5. This form collects
project objectives and quantitative and/or qualitative performance measures at the time of application submission for the
purpose of automatically prepopulating this information into the U.S. Department of Education's (ED) automated Grant
Performance Report form (ED 524B), which is completed by ED grantees prior to the awarding of continuation grants.
Additionally, this information will prepopulate into ED's automated ED 524B that may be required by program offices of
grant recipients that are awarded front loaded grants for their entire multi-year project up-front in a single grant award,
and will also be prepopulated into ED's automated ED 524B for those grant recipients that are required to use the ED
524B to submit their final performance reports.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Applicant Information
Legal Name: The legal name of the applicant that will undertake the assistance activity will prepopulate from the
Application Form for Federal Assistance (SF 424 Form). This is the organization that has registered with the
System for Award Management (SAM). Information on registering with SAM may be obtained by visiting
www.Grants.gov.
Project Objectives Information and Related Performance Measures Data
Your grant application establishes project objectives stating what you hope to achieve with your funded grant project.
Generally, one or more performance measures are also established for each project objective that will serve to
demonstrate whether you have met or are making progress towards meeting each project objective.
Project Objective: Enter each project objective that is included in your grant application. When completing this
form in Grants.gov, a maximum of 26 project objectives may be entered. Only one project objective should be
entered per row. Project objectives should be numbered sequentially, i.e., 1., 2., 3., etc. If applicable, project
objectives may be entered for each project year; however, the year to which the project objective applies must be
clearly identified as is presented in the following examples:
1. Year 1. Provide two hour training to teachers in the Boston school district that focuses on improving test
scores.
2. Year 2. Provide two hour training to teachers in the Washington D.C. school district that focuses on
improving test scores.
Performance Measure: For each project objective, enter each associated quantitative and/or qualitative
performance measure. When completing this form in Grants.gov, a maximum of 26 quantitative and/or qualitative
performance measures may be entered. There may be multiple quantitative and/or qualitative performance
measures associated with each project objective. Enter only one quantitative or qualitative performance measure
per row. Each quantitative or qualitative performance measure that is associated with a particular project
objective should be labeled using an alpha indicator. Example: The first quantitative or qualitative performance
measure associated with project objective "1" should be labeled "1.a.," the second quantitative or qualitative
performance measure for project objective "1" should be labeled "1.b.," etc. If applicable, quantitative and/or
qualitative performance measures may be entered for each project year; however, the year to which the
quantitative and/or qualitative performance measures apply must be clearly identified as is presented in the
following examples:
1.a. Year 1. By the end of year one, 125 teachers in the Boston school district will receive a two hour training
program that focuses on improving test scores.
2.a. Year 2. By the end of year two, 125 teachers in the Washington D.C. school district will receive a two hour
training program that focuses on improving test scores.
Measure Type: For each performance measure, select the appropriate type of performance measure from the
drop down menu. There are two types of measures that ED may have established for the grant program:
1. GPRA: Measures established for reporting to Congress under the Government Performance and
Results Act; and
2. PROGRAM: Measures established by the program office for the particular grant competition.
In addition, you will be required to report on any project-specific performance measures (PROJECT) that you
established in your grant application to meet your project objectives.
In the Measure Type field, select one (1) of the following measure types: GPRA; PROGRAM; or PROJECT.
Quantitative Target Data: For quantitative performance measures with established quantitative targets, provide
the target you established for meeting each performance measure. Only quantitative (numeric) data should be
entered in the Target boxes. If the collection of quantitative data is not appropriate for a particular performance
measure (i.e., for qualitative performance measures), please leave the target data boxes blank.
The Target Data boxes are divided into three columns: Raw Number; Ratio, and Percentage (%).
For performance measures that are stated in terms of a single number (e.g., the number of workshops that will
be conducted or the number of students that will be served), the target data should be entered as a single
number in the Raw Number column (e.g., 10 workshops or 80 students). Please leave the Ratio and
Percentage (%) columns blank.
For performance measures that are stated in terms of a percentage (e.g., percentage of students that attain
proficiency), complete the Ratio column, and leave the Raw Number and Percentage (%) columns blank.
The Percentage (%) will automatically calculate based on the entered ratio. In the Ratio column (e.g., 80/100),
the numerator represents the numerical target (e.g., the number of students that are expected to attain
proficiency), and the denominator represents the universe (e.g., all students served).
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