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Reporting Requirements

Notice for All Reporting

Each OWEB-funded project is unique in geography, scope, purpose and so many other factors. Therefore the information on this page serves as an overview. Please refer to your grant agreement as your first and main point of reference.

Progress Report

Refer to the front page and Exhibit B of your grant agreement for report deadlines and format of required progress reports.
Note: these reports cannot be submitted via OGMS. Email them to your Project Manager instead.

Project Completion Report

Please refer to Exhibits B & C of your grant agreement for specific project completion reporting requirements. All Project Completion Reporting (PCR) is now done via OWEB's Grant Management System (OGMS). See Examples for Final Project Summaries and Project Completion Reports on the right-hand side of this page.

Within OGMS

Log in to OGMSFrom the OGMS main menu, select Project Completion Reporting. This page displays all the grants that are currently open for an individual grantee login. Each column in the table addresses a completion reporting requirement; detailed instructions are available at each step within OGMS.

Metrics, Restoration Projects (OWRI)

Reporting to the Oregon Watershed Restoration Inventory (OWRI) is required for OWEB-funded restoration or water acquisition projects. Please see the OWRI page for details.

Metrics, Non-Restoration Projects

If metrics reporting is required for your project (see Exhibit C of your grant agreement), please use the metrics form (in the Forms section of this page) specific to your grant type.

Post-Implementation Status Report

Post-Implementation Status Reports (PISRs) are required for all OWEB restoration grants. Refer to the front page–and Exhibit B and Exhibit D of your grant agreement–for report deadlines and requirements. See Example PISRs on the right-hand side of this page. The PISR ensures that the proposed work was completed successfully and answers the question “Was the project implemented in the manner, time, and budget as proposed?” It includes:

  • A brief description of whether the project continues to meet goals and any maintenance or modifications
  • Accounting of costs associated with project maintenance and reporting
  • Summary of public awareness activities since last report
  • Lessons learned from the project
  • Pre- and post-project photographs

Note: these reports cannot be submitted via OGMS but must be submitted to your Project Manager.


For reporting questions, please contact the Project Manager listed on the grant agreement or on the project detail page within OGMS.

For technical help with OGMS, please contact Cyrus Curry, 971-345-7013.



PCR = Project Completion Report
PISR = Post-Implementation Status Report