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Compliance Monitoring Report Due Dates
OJJDP's Formula Grant Regulation requires States to submit compliance information annually. Recognizing that States use various data collection procedures, OJJDP has historically recognized a variety of data collection periods including calendar years, the Federal fiscal year (10/1 to 9/30), or the State fiscal year. This table lists the due dates for each collection period.

Collection Period
Data Period
Date Due
Calendar Year January 1 to December 31 June 30
Federal Fiscal Year October 1 to September 30 March 31
State Fiscal Year July 1 to June 30 December 31