Recipients and sub-recipients of Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) allocations and appropriations are required to use this reporting portal to support detailed federal reporting.
CRF Quarterly Reporting Portal
The CRF reporting portal will remain closed now that the eligibility period has ended (3/1/2020 – 12/31/2021) and the state directed CRF funds have been fully expended. If you have any corrections or changes, please contact CRFReportHelpDesk@dof.ca.gov. The last opportunity to make a correction is September 30, 2022. Data reported to the U.S. Treasury will be provided to the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee.
Reporting Highlights – (updated 9/13/2021)
User Guide – (updated 3/17/2021)
This guide provides instructions for quarterly reporting, an overview of reporting categories, and definitions for consistent state reporting. If additional federal guidance is received, changes may be necessary. For details on federal requirements and guidance refer to the U.S. Treasury CRF Website and U.S. Treasury OIG Website for additional information.
Frequently Asked Questions – (updated 9/13/2021)
If you have problems accessing the portal or questions regarding reporting requirements, please contact the CRFReportHelpDesk@dof.ca.gov
Before contacting the help desk regarding a log-in problem, please follow the steps outlined in the Frequently Asked Questions for Login Process document.
- NOTE: Existing state law limits the period of eligibility to costs incurred from March 1, 2020 through September 1, 2021. Control Section 11.90, Budget Act of 2021 requires that the October 2021 report (Cycle 6) be used to determine the level of unspent funds to be returned to the state.
- Training — A copy of the slides and video from training provided on March 10, 2021 in preparation for Cycle 4 Reporting. This presentation summarizes reporting requirements and deadlines, interactions with FEMA, and the state monitoring process.