Flew the required maneuvers in rule airspace yesterday. When I got back to the office I Googled for the ADS-B PAPR (Public ADS-B Performance Report) webpage and filed a request.
Got a very clean PAPR report by email in less than 30 minutes, but it was the only attachment; there was no GAIRS report (General Aviation Incentive Requirements Status), the document in which you'll find "Pass" or "Fail", and your Incentive Code. The Code is needed to complete the process and actually apply for the rebate.
It turns out there are two near-identical PAPR webpages accepting the same inputs, URLs below. The first will generate a PAPR report now and in the future, any time you want to know how well your ADS-B system is working. However, it does not trigger a GAIRS. To get both a PAPR and a GAIRS, you must use the second webpage. And no, it doesn't say so anywhere I could find.
Take a look. Here is the wrong one...
...and the correct one, which will generate a GAIRS:
I'm sure I'm not the first, but if you do apply for a PAPR at the wrong page, the FAA program office can fix it. Use the email listed here: