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Grant Reporting Guidelines

The IEEE Foundation requires regular and timely reports from its grantees. Reporting requirements vary depending upon the duration of the grant and the focus area. The Project Leader must provide reports in accordance with the following guidelines:

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Reports must be submitted using the online grants management system:

https://www.grantinterface.com/Common/LogOn.aspx?eqs=bXMxigcoqxxpj4eBdwuTTQ2

A Grant Status Report must be submitted at the halfway point of the period of performance for each project, and shall:

  • Report on the progress of the project
  • Identify any issues or challenges
  • Report on any changes to the project team, budget, and timeline

A Grant Final Report must be submitted within one month after the conclusion of the period of performance, and shall:

  • Summarize the project's goals and objectives, beneficiaries to be served, and intended outcomes
  • Provide an objective assessment of hte success in achieving these goals and objectives and intended outcomes and report the statistics for the beneficiaries served
  • Account for grant expenditures
  • Describe the benefits that may be derived by IEEE through the replication or extension of the project

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS BY FOCUS AREA
In addition to the grant reports submitted to the IEEE Foundation, grantees in these two focus areas shall share information about their grants on the corresponding Web portal.

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