NB_190_22_16 - NB 190-22-16 ECS – Endangered Species Expenditure Report
NB 190-22-16 ECS – Endangered Species Expenditure Report
National Bulletin: 190-22-16 Date: July 7, 2022
Subject: ECS – Endangered Species Expenditure Report


                                                      Action Required By:  July 29, 2022
 
Purpose.  To provide guidance and reporting forms to State (and equivalent) offices for collecting expenditure data on endangered and threatened species conservation activities.
 
Expiration Date.  December 31, 2022
 
Background.  The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has requested an accounting on a species-by-species basis of all reasonably identifiable Federal expenditures made primarily for the conservation of endangered and threatened species pursuant to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973 (16 U.S.C. Section 1531 et seq.).
 
Explanation.  State Conservationists and the Directors, Pacific Islands and Caribbean Areas, are to report data only for federally listed endangered and threatened wildlife and plant species (50 CFR Part 17). Use the attached T&E 2021 Excel spreadsheet (attachment A) for reporting this data.

The USFWS’s "Supplemental Guidance for Reporting Expenditures for the Conservation of Endangered and Threatened Species – FY2021” is attached (attachment B) to provide additional information. This guidance explains the scope of activities on which to report. Please note the multispecies category reporting feature. This option allows agencies to report expenditures when it is not possible to determine individual species costs for those species that are part of a multispecies conservation activity.

Before submitting the spreadsheets with your State data, delete all rows of the spreadsheet not applicable to your State. Submit completed FY 2021 reports using attachment A to Danielle Flynn by email to danielle.flynn@usda.gov no later than Friday, July 29, 2022.
 
Contact.  For further information, please contact Danielle Flynn, National Biologist, Ecological Sciences Division, at (202) 690-0856.
 
 

 /s/

NOLLER HERBERT   
Deputy Chief for Science and Technology

 
 
Attachment A - T&E 2021
Attachment B - Appendix B Supplemental Guidance FY21
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