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Performance Reports

I'm looking for information on the following performance report:
STOP Violence Against Women (STOP VAWA)
Sexual Abuse Service Program (SASP)
Family Violence Prevention & Services Act Grant (FVPSA)
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

CVAD (all funded organizations must complete)
 

All CVAD funded organizations are required to submit performance reports. Depending on the funding source requirements, these reports are quarterly, bi-annual or annual.  Performance reports are an essential part of communication between our grantees and CVAD. These reports document your accomplishments and provide grant data required by federal and state governments. All CVAD grantees are required to submit CVAD performance reports twice a year.  Reporting information is available in your CVAD award document. 

Depending on your funding stream, your reports will be completed and submitted in various ways.


STOP Violence Against Women (STOP VAWA)

If you receive STOP Violence Against Women (STOP VAWA) funds, you will need to complete an annual STOP VAWA report for the most recent calendar year (January -December).  The reporting form and instructions are new as of January 2020.

  • To use the reporting form, download both the form and the instructions and save them to your computer.
  • Use Adobe Reader DC to open the reporting form.
  • Complete the reporting form.
  • Click the "VALIDATE" button at the end of the form to check it.
  • Save the validated form with a new name on your computer.
  • Upload the validated report in the report section of  iowagrants.gov.

The STOP VAWA report is due February 15. 


Sexual Abuse Service Program (SASP)

If you receive Sexual Abuse Service Program (SASP) funds, you will need to complete an annual SASP report for the most recent calendar year (January -December). 
 

  • To use the reporting form, download both the form and the instructions and save them to your computer.
  • Use Adobe Reader DC to open the reporting form.
  • Complete the reporting form.
  • Click the "VALIDATE" button at the end of the form to check it.
  • Save the validated form with a new name on your computer.
  • Upload the validated report in the report section of  iowagrants.gov.

The SASP report is due February 15.


Family Violence Prevention & Services Act Grant (FVPSA)

If you receive Family Violence Prevention & Services Act Grant (FVPSA) funds, you must complete an annual FVPSA Report for reporting year 10/1/'previous year' to 9/30/'current year'.  Click here to download the report.  

The FVPSA report is due November 15.


Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)

If you receive Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funds, you will need to complete quarterly VOCA reports as following

Reporting Periods Report Due Dates
October 1 to December 30 January 31
January 1 to March 31 April 30
April 1 to June 30 July 31
July 1 to September 30 October 31

 

Click here for VOCA definition information.  Click here for the report.


CVAD Bi-Annual Report 

All grantees must complete biannual performance reports for every CVAD grant they receive as follows:

Reporting Periods Report Due Dates
May 15 October 1 to March 31
November 15 April 1 to September 30

 

Use the following reporting templates to help with your reporting requirements. All reports must be entered into your respective grant file in iowagrants.gov. 

Comprehensive DAC, SAC and Shelter CVAD reporting template
VOCA Projects reporting template
Law Enforcement, Prosecutor, Courts reporting template 
Survivors of Homicide and Other Violent Crimes reporting template
Victim Witness Coordinator reporting template 
Statewide Programs reporting template


f you have any questions, you may directly contact any of the CVAD victim services program staff by clicking on their email link below or call them at 1-800-373-5044.

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