This is a generic project progress report format for use by Great Lakes Restoration Initiative projects - updated December 2010
- Grant or IA Number:
- Project Title:
- Reporting Period Covered:
- Principal Investigator:
The principal investigator of grants, cooperative agreements, and interagency agreements (IAs) is required to submit to the USEPA project officer a [quarterly or semi-annual] progress report. This report can be as brief as one page as long as you can provide the requested information. The items listed below should be addressed as appropriate:
- What work was accomplished for this reporting period? Report should quantify results as measurable products, i.e. numbers, acres, contacts, improvements in water quality, habitat, etc.
- What, if any, changes were made from the Object Class Categories listed in Sec. B of the SF 424A or Box 29 of the IA, as applicable?
- If a problem was encountered, what action was taken to correct it?
- What work is projected for the new reporting period activity?
- Is the project work on schedule? List activities from the Work Plan, and any required Quality System Documentation, and report as percent completed.
- This reporting period
- For the project
- Does the project funding rate support the work progress? Report as percent spent of budgeted amounts for Federal and non-Federal.
- Is there a change in principal investigator?
- Will the project take longer than the approved project period? If so, have you formally requested an amendment in writing?
- What is the date and amount of your latest drawdown request? If no request has been submitted, please explain.
- What is the date of your latest entry into the Great Lakes Accountability System? If no recent entry has been submitted, please explain.
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- GLRI Generic Project Report Outline (PDF)(1 pg, 8 K, December 2010)