Proactive Technical Report Notices. Research Administration Round Table August 24, 2005 Dan Dwyer. Proactive Technical Report Notices. Why we do it How we do it Sponsored Program Services responsibility PI responsibility Department responsibility A measure of success. Why we do it.
Proactive Technical Report Notices
Research Administration Round Table
August 24, 2005
Dear (PI name here),This is an automated message from Sponsored Programs Services.Our system indicates that one of your final technical reports (deliverables) is approaching its due date or is overdue. If the report has been sent, please use the link below to enter the date. If you expect the project to be renewed, the final technical report requirement will likely be postponed. These reminders will be generated on a regular basis to assist you in managing your reporting requirements.Due: 12/31/2004 Project: 33000GCO: Jeffery Corbin firstname.lastname@example.org Retention period: 3Sponsor: Animal/Plant Hlth Inspec Serv USDAhttp://portal.research.cornell.edu/r.cfm?P=33000&AP=A001 The terms of your award indicated that all relevant information, including final technical reports, must be kept the number of years specified above. As principal investigator you are responsible for retention of all technical deliverables. The contact within your department who assists with management of sponsored awards has been notified about this deliverable. If you have any questions, or if you expect a project to be extended, please contact the Grant and Contract Officer listed with the project above.Sincerely,Sponsored Programs Services
ASAP – Award Signed by All Parties, APA – Award Pending Amendment, ACOSP – Award Closed by OSP, AC – Award Closed