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Effort Reporting

The purpose of effort reporting is to provide a reasonable basis for distributing salary charges among direct and non-sponsored activities. Adherence to our Effort Reporting Policy ensures that efforts are:

  • Appropriately documented;
  • Certified by authorized personnel in a timely manner;
  • Certifications comply with sponsor requirements and federal regulations; and
  • Based on reasonable project expenditures, with respect to salaries and wages.

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Progress Reporting

Principal investigators are responsible for submitting interim/final progress reports to the sponsor as required, which typically address project management concerns:

  • Accomplishments-to-date;
  • Challenges faced;
  • Supporting data or documentation; and
  • Management activities.

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Budget Review

  • Analysis of actual expenses against the projected expenses
  • Discussion of expected shortfalls and solutions and under-spending, if applicable

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Invention Reporting

  • Principal investigators must complete the Invention Disclosure Form found here and submit it to the Office of Technology Commercialization.

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