2014 CAPRA Agency Annual Report

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Thank you for your ongoing commitment to the accreditation process. 

Submitting an annual report and fee each year, all agencies regardless of accreditation cycle are invoiced in January.  

If an any is non-compliant with submitting the annual report by the March 1st deadline, the following steps will be taken:

i. The Accreditation Manager will send an email to the agency director and agency contact within one month from the annual report due date to follow up on the status of the submission of the report.

ii. If the annual report has still not been submitted, the Accreditation Manager will call the agency director and/or agency contact within one month of the email to follow up on the status of the submission of the report.

iii. If the annual report has still not been submitted, a letter will be sent to the agency director with a copy to the agency contact within one month of the phone call to follow up on the status of the submission of the report.

iv. If the annual report has still not been submitted, the agency will be assessed a fee of 50% of the Review Fee within one month of the letter.

v. If the annual report has still not been submitted, the agency will be placed on the Commission’s fall meeting agenda for discussion of possible revocation of the agency’s accreditation status due to non-compliance with the annual report submission requirement.


NOTE: All Agencies regardless of their certification cycle will be invoiced in January.    Payment is not to be submitted prior to receipt of invoice.  Invoices will be mailed to you.


Your annual report is to be submitted via this online form by Saturday, March 1, 2014.

Please contact us at CAPRA@nrpa.org if you have any questions. 

Thank you!