Performance Reporting Resources

The DGIS performance measures provide MCHB with a detailed picture of the full scope of services provided by our grant programs. Additionally, the measures help MCHB show alignment between discretionary grant programs and the Title V Block Grant program, so MCHB can measure program outcomes between the two sets of programs.

For your convenience, the approved Discretionary Grant Performance Measures (PDF - 1 MB) are available to download.

Program-Specific Performance Report Forms

Program-specific performance measure assignments can be accessed below. For details about performance report submission, please see the reporting requirements page or contact your Project Officer.

For an overview of key performance measure dates and summary of key DMCHWD measure changes, see Division of MCH Workforce Development DGIS Performance Measure Changes for MCH Training Program and Healthy Tomorrows Grantees (PDF)

For a complete list of the full performance report forms, visit Discretionary Grant Data Collection page.

Tools and Resources

Pediatric Mental Health Care Access Program - Additional Reporting Resources

The Reports and Measures document provides general information on required reports, reporting timeline and due dates for the period of performance, the Discretionary Grant Information System (DGIS) Performance Measures, and the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Performance Measures (PMs). Please note that the list of NOFO PMs has been updated both in measure language and number from the NOFO and previous versions of Reports and Measures.

The General Data Template (GDT) includes important guidance on the NOFO PMs and should be used to track these measures. (Details on the DGIS PMs are located in the Reports and Measures document.)

  • For 2018 and 2019 awardees, the previous version of the GDT (June 2021) and Form 10 will be used for Year 3 data collection for 2019 awardees and Year 4 data collection for 2018 awardees. For the final year of data collection (Year 5 for 2018 awardees and Year 4 for 2019 awardees), use the June 2022 version of the GDT. HRSA will be retiring Form 10 in the final year of the period of performance.

Please contact your Project Officer with any questions on Reports and Measures or the GDT.

2018 / 2019 PMCHA Awardees

2021 ARP-PMHCA Awardees

2022 ARP-PMHCA Awardees

Webinar Archive: Performance Measures Update

Former Trainee Follow-up Survey (PDF)

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