RBAC Grant Reporting Guidelines
This information is provided to help RBAC Recycling Business Development Grantees understand the state reporting requirements and provide electronic access to specific forms. All grantees are expected to be proper stewards of state funds awarded. The reporting required by the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the State Auditor's Office is designed to help ensure fund accountability.
What is required?
For profit and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for RBAC's Recycling Business Development Grants. Such organizations are required by state law (GS 143C-6) to file annual reports regarding the use of state funds. These statutes cover the disbursement and use of state funds to non-state entities. Follow the links below to access these statutes:
A summary of these reporting requirements are incorporated into the grantee's contract documents as a "Notice of Certain Reporting and Auditing Requirements."
How do I report?
There are two main reporting requirements.
1 - Complete a RBAC Grant Final Report
When a grant project is complete, grantees must submit a final report to their RBAC grant manager to close out the grant project. The final report form can be found at the link below or you may contact your RBAC grant manager.
2 - Complete Online State Auditor's Financial Reports
Following the payment of grant funds, grantees are also responsible for electronic reporting to the State Auditor on an annual basis. All online forms can be found at the state's one-stop resource on grant reporting:
NCGrants.gov is designed to help state granting agencies and grant recipients manage all grant funds in accordance to GS 143C-6. Through NCGrants.gov, grantees file required reports online, and state agencies monitor and review grantees for compliance with state requirements.
Grantees will create a User ID and password where they can access the forms personalized to their companies and grant projects. Grantees must complete these online forms within six (6) months of the end of the fiscal year in which they received funds from the state of North Carolina.
For questions about grant reporting requirements, please contact Wendy Worley or 919-707-8136.
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