Federal Funding Accountability And Transparency Act The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (FFATA) requires that information on federal awards be made available to the public on USASpending.gov. Under FFATA, State agencies that are prime grant award recipients and issue subawards meeting the FFATA reporting threshold of ≥ $30K must report subaward activity and executive compensation. In addition State agencies that are prime contract recipients from the federal government must report any sub-contracts issued meeting the reporting threshold. Note the second scenario is less common in RI state government but may apply. Refer to the FSRS FAQ page for details on reporting. The Grants Management Office is committed to helping state agency award recipients comply with all FFATA requirements. Federal Reporting Requirements for Expenditure of Federal Monetary Awards: FFATA Policy Federal Reporting Requirements for Expenditure of Federal Monetary Awards Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA)_10.12.2023.pdf PDF file, about 3mbmegabytes State FFATA Reporting Tools FFATA Sub-Award Reporting Worksheet PDF file, less than 1mbmegabytes FFATA - Attachment-1A PDF file, less than 1mbmegabytes 2023 FFATA Refresher Training FFATA Training Slide Deck PDF file, about 2mbmegabytes 2023 FFATA Training Additional Resources FSRS Reporting System: The FFATA Sub-Award Reporting System, or FSRS, is the online system that allows prime award recipients to report first-tier sub-awards and executive compensation data. FSRS Resources Page: FSRS "how-to" resources, including quick reference guides, user guides, videos, and technical documentation, can be found here. Federal Service Desk: Contact the Federal Service Desk when experiencing technical difficulties with the FSRS system.