Progress reports and continuation applications must contain sufficient information
for ANA to determine the extent to which the recipient meets ANA project evaluation
standards. Sufficient information means information adequate to enable ANA to compare the recipient's
accomplishments with the goals and activities of the approved work plan and with ANA
project evaluation criteria.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control numbers 0980–0155 and
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