ETA-9130 Forms and Instructions

Recent Revisions to the ETA-9130

ETA made the revised ETA-9130 Forms and Instructions available for public comment, as required by the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA), in a 60-day Federal Register Notice published at 87 FR 25304 on April 28, 2022, and through a 30-day Notice published at 87 FR 58376 on September 26, 2022. Additionally, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved the extension of the use the ETA-9130 financial reports on January 17, 2023 (OMB Control No. 1205-0461) through January 31, 2025.  

ETA-9130 Forms and Instructions

There are different variations of form ETA-9130, each pertaining to a specific program/funding stream. The instructions for the various ETA-9130 forms are not identical. Please ensure that you are using the correct ETA-9130 form and instructions.

Discretionary grants and any other grants not specifically listed below use the ETA-9130 Basic.

*Also, beginning with reporting period ending in 9/30/23, outlying areas who have requested and been approved to use a consolidated grant application for WIOA funding should use the ETA-9130 basic report.

If your grant is through one of the specified DOL/ETA programs outlined below, please use the ETA-9130 unique to your program/fund stream.

Financial Reporting Systems

  • Payment Management Systems (PMS) - Grant recipients will be required to submit their financial information using the new ETA-9130 Financial Reports for all reporting periods beginning with the quarter ending on June 30, 2023 using the Payment Management System.

    ETA awards approximately $8 billion in formula and discretionary grants each year to an average of 1,000 recipients. Financial reports for each of these grants must be submitted quarterly on the ETA-9130 Financial Report in PMS, a shared service provider which offers awarding agency and grant recipients with cash management, centralized payment, and financial reporting services.  an online ETA-9130 reporting system for recipients to enter and certify quarterly financial data. The ETA-9130 reporting instructions are the primary sources for detailed instructions to complete and submit financial reports. The appropriate program rules, regulations, and terms and conditions of the grant award may also contain specific reporting guidelines, additionally to the resources listed below.

  • FSRS Financial Reporting System - The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) Subaward Reporting System (FSRS) as outlined in each DOL/ETA Grant Agreement, is the reporting tool Federal awardees must use to capture and report each obligating action of $25,000 or more of Federal funds to first-tier subawards to meet the FFATA reporting requirements. The sub-award information entered in FSRS will be displayed on associated with the prime award furthering Federal spending transparency.