Performance Reports

All current ANEP grantees are required to submit Annual Performance Reports (APRs) that detail their project’s progress and results. More information regarding the specific APR requirements for your cohort will be provided closer to the APR due date (usually in late June).

All grantees whose grants are ending in the current fiscal year are required to submit a Final Performance Report (FPR). Further details regarding the submission of the FPR will be e-mailed to project directors closer to the FPR deadline.

If you have questions concerning the APR or FPR, need additional guidance for preparing your APR/FPR, or need instructions on submitting a paper copy of the APR/FPR, please contact the ANE Program Office at

ED 524-B Form – Grant Performance Report (Part 1 – Cover Sheet and Summary)  PDF Word
ED 524-B Form (Part 2 – Project Status)  Fillable PDF PDF Word
ED- 524-B Form (Part 3- Instructions)  PDF Word

Government Performance Results Act

The Government Performance Results Act of 1993 (GPRA) is designed to be used by both Federal Program Managers (to improve program effectiveness) and Congress (to ensure spending decisions and oversight are informed about program performance). All grantees must choose at least one GPRA measure by which to measure the efficacy of their project. This measure should be explicitly included in your application. Grantees are required to report on progress with their assigned GPRA measures in the Annual Performance Report and Final Performance Report.

The GPRA measures for the Alaska Native Education program are:

  • The number of grantees who attain or exceed targets for the outcome indicators for their projects that have been approved by the Secretary.
    • The percentage of program participants who demonstrated substantial progress on outcomes outlined in a grantee-developed, Department-approved Logic Model. (Logic Model Measure) Grantees will report on their GPRA measures in Part 2 of the Annual Performance Report, which can be found above.
  • The percentage of Alaska Native children participating in early education programs who consistently demonstrate school readiness in literacy as measured by the Revised Alaska Developmental Profile (ADP). (Early Childhood Measure)
  • The percentage of students in schools served by the program who graduate from high school with a high school diploma in four years. (Retention Measure)
  • The number of Alaska Native programs that primarily focus on Alaska Culture and Language. (Language/Culture Measure)