The list reached Brussels before the deadline set to expire on Monday.
"List of reform measures of Greek government received on time", Schinas wrote on his Twitter page.
List of reform measures of Greek government received on time.— Margaritis Schinas (@MargSchinas) February 24, 2015
The reform plan will be assessed by the Eurozone finance ministers on a conference call later on Tuesday, the media reported earlier, with reference to a source in the Greek government.
The deadline for Greece's bailout program, overseen by the so-called troika of international money lenders — the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank — expires on February 28. Without an extension or restructuring of its debt, Greece risks going bankrupt and may even be forced out of the Eurozone.
Alexis Tsipras formed a new Greek government after his leftist Syriza party won the country's general election in January. The new government said it does not want to follow the austerity measures, initiated by the previous government under pressure from the troika, rejects the troika's terms and is seeking to renegotiate its overwhelming debt.