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Report on a Grant Award
Recipients submit regular scientific progress reports, financial reports, invention reports, and final progress reports as part of the management and oversight of their grant awards.
- Progress reports are required at least annually to document recipient accomplishments and compliance with terms of award. Describe scientific progress, identify significant changes, report on personnel, and detail plans for the subsequent budget period or year.
- A final progress report is required for any grant that has passed its project end date and will not be extended through award of a new competitive segment.
- Awardees of research grants must submit a Final Invention Statement and Certification within 90 days of the execution or termination of award.
- The FFR is used to submit financial information about individual grant awards.
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