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Could you please advise; which of the following is correct: 1. Please ensure to provide Dan and me with your report by XX. 2. Please ensure to provide Dan and me your report by XX.

Many thanks

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    This is the sort of question where the asker should first consult a dictionary, and include the results in the post. – GEdgar Dec 7 '18 at 12:29
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It is OK to 'provide somebody with something' or to 'provide something for/to somebody'.

Please be sure to provide Dan and me with your report by some date.

Please be sure to provide your report for/to Dan and me by some date.

The version 'provide to' is less typical than 'provide for':

https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/everyday-grammar-prepositions-provide/2701412.html

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