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Program Reporting

Weekly Statistics

The Special Master posts detailed program statistics on a weekly basis each Tuesday. The detailed statistics are provided in Microsoft Excel format.

Most recent Weekly Report and the associated definitions.

Monthly Statistics

Beginning with the March 2020 report, the VCF has resumed posting monthly statistics, with each monthly report following the new format introduced in the VCF’s 2019 Annual Report.  As detailed in the Annual Report, we redefined how many of the statistics are calculated, with the overarching goal of being transparent in our progress, and accountable to the 9/11 community. These changes have resulted in modifications to almost every element of our reporting, and as a result, the statistics reported in the monthly report cannot be compared directly to reports prior to March 2020.

Definitions associated with the monthly report. 

 

    Program Reporting

    The Special Master posts detailed program statistics three times per year to report on program activity. These reports will be published in May, with statistics through April 30; September, with statistics through August 31; and in January with statistics through December 31. The Eighth Annual Status Report was published in February 2020. 

    The last three published reports can be found below.  To view any older reports, simply select "View more reports."