"Nsf Project Reporting Format"

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NSF Project
Reporting Format
This document has been developed to provide Principal
Investigators (PIs), co-PIs, and research organizations
with:
A listing of the questions that will be asked in the new NSF project reporting format;
Assistance in planning for the submission of the report; and
A tool to help PIs collaborate with other contributors in answering these questions, if needed.
The project reporting service on Research.gov and the associated
help documentation
provides more
detailed instructions and contextual assistance.
Note: NSF project reports are not cumulative and should always be prepared for the
specific project reporting period only.
PIs should NOT complete and upload this document to Research.gov in order to meet your reporting requirement. You are required to enter text in the text
boxes available online.
NSF Project
Reporting Format
This document has been developed to provide Principal
Investigators (PIs), co-PIs, and research organizations
with:
A listing of the questions that will be asked in the new NSF project reporting format;
Assistance in planning for the submission of the report; and
A tool to help PIs collaborate with other contributors in answering these questions, if needed.
The project reporting service on Research.gov and the associated
help documentation
provides more
detailed instructions and contextual assistance.
Note: NSF project reports are not cumulative and should always be prepared for the
specific project reporting period only.
PIs should NOT complete and upload this document to Research.gov in order to meet your reporting requirement. You are required to enter text in the text
boxes available online.
Accomplishments
You have the option of selecting “nothing to report” in this section.
What are the major goals of the project?
What was accomplished under these goals (you must provide information
for at least one of the 4 categories below)?
Major Activities:
Specific Objectives:
Significant Results:
Key outcomes or other achievements:
What opportunities for training and professional development has the
project provided?
How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest?
What do you plan to do during the next reporting period to accomplish the
goals?
NOTE: You may upload PDF files with images, tables, charts, or other graphics in support
of the Accomplishments section. You may upload up to 4 PDF files with a maximum file size
of 5 MB each.
Products
You have the option of selecting “nothing to report” in this section. There are no limitations to the number
of entries you submit and you can also pull information directly from Thomson Search when using the
online tool on Research.gov.
Within the Products section, you can list any products resulting from your
project during the specified reporting period, such as:
Journals:
Books:
Book Chapters:
Thesis/Dissertations:
Conference Papers and Presentations:
Other Publications:
Technologies or Techniques:
Patents:
Inventions:
Licenses:
Websites:
Other Products:
NOTE: You may upload PDF files with images, tables, charts, or other graphics in support
of the Products section. You may upload up to 4 PDF files with a maximum file size of 5 MB
each.
Participants
There are no limits on the number of participants you list for this section; however, you must list
participants who have worked one person month or more for the project reporting period. You have the
option of selecting “nothing to report” in this section. For Research Experience for Undergraduates
(REU) sites and supplements, specific questions will be listed in this section. The online service will also
ask for additional information on participants such as:
What individuals have worked on the project?
What organizations have been involved as partners?
Have other collaborators or contacts been involved?
What individuals have worked on the project?
Name
Most Senior Project Role
Nearest Person Month
Worked
What other organizations have been involved as partners?
The online service will also ask you for additional information such as:
Type of Partner Organization
Name
Location
Partner’s contribution to the project
Have other collaborators or contacts been involved?
Yes
No
Impacts
You have the option of selecting “nothing to report” in this section.
What is the impact on the development of the principal discipline(s) of the
project?
What is the impact on other disciplines?
What is the impact on the development of human resources?
What is the impact on physical resources that form infrastructure?
What is the impact on institutional resources that form infrastructure?
What is the impact on information resources that form infrastructure?
What is the impact on technology transfer?
What is the impact on society beyond science and technology?
Changes / Problems
If not previously reported in writing to the agency through other mechanisms, provide the following
additional information or state, "Nothing to Report", if applicable.
Changes in approach and reason for change:
Actual or Anticipated problems or delays and actions or plans to resolve
them:
Changes that have a significant impact on expenditures:
Significant changes in use or care of human subjects:
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