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Progress Report Sample Full

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Brief Introduction Of Progress Report Sample
The purpose of these reports is to inform the Corporation of:
 progress against agreed milestones and the significance and implications of theresearch to date
 problems that could influence the conduct and outcomes of the project and that mayrequire mutually agreed modification of the workplan and budget and
opportunities for new projects, workshops, media releases, the protection of intellectual property, commercialisation etc.The information provided allows the Corporation to consider both opportunities and problems arising from the research project and will be the primary benchmark used byresearch managers to check that the project is on track. Scheduled payments each year aredependent on the annual progress report being assessed as satisfactory by the researchmanager.
Reporting dates are as specified in Schedule 6 of the Research Agreement. Reports mustreach the Corporation by the agreed reporting date and should be completed in
whether the milestones have been achieved or not.The Corporation may withhold funding for a given project:
when a report is not received by the due date
when satisfactory progress does not appear to have been made
when significant changes to the workplan and budget need to be agreed.To avoid delays in payment, early warning should be given when it appears likely that anagreed milestone cannot be achieved on time.
The report should be entered in the online database management system
. Thestructure below shows the headings in
you will be asked to address.
 Project objectives
Agreed objectives as stated in the Research Agreement
 Progress against agreed milestones
Use the agreed performance indicators to indicate whether the milestone(s) have beenachieved or not and, where appropriate, provide copies of material generated by the project.Comment on the significance or implications of the milestone(s) achieved to the targetedrural industry or community sector. Where the agreed milestones have not been achieved, provide reasons for this and propose a revised reporting date.
Outcomes, issues and recommendations
Outline any outcomes, issues and recommendations, also include a proposed managementstrategy for any issues.
 Demonstration/promotion/extension activities/research reporting 
Researchers should identify issues such as commercialisation, advertising,communication/extension and opportunities for new projects, workshops etc arising from theresearch.
Confirmation of industry funding, if not already notified 
Where the project budget shows a contribution from industry, the Corporation requiresconfirmation that the research organisation has received that contribution for the relevantfinancial year. To release research funds it is essential to complete this section in Clarity if your project budget has an amount in the "industry contribution" column.
Variation requests not already identified to RIRDC 
Variations to the project, including timing, staffing and budgets, will need to be approved bythe Corporation. A justification for the changes sought must be provided.
Other comments
Space for any other comments
Length and content
As annual progress payments are made following approval of progress reports, sufficientinformation should be provided to allow research managers to fairly assess progress againstthe agreed tasks. Reports should enable the Corporation to:
determine if milestones have been achieved
respond to any problems that have arisen
consider variations that are proposed
develop ideas and opportunities arising from the projectAs indicated above, they should address the significance and implications of the outcomesreported as well as providing information on the work completed.
will restrict thecontent to 250 words per heading.Reports should be written in a user friendly manner with minimum use of scientific jargonand acronyms. New technical terms should be explained where necessary.Do not repeat information included in previous reports.
Progress Report Sample
DATE: September 28, 1992FROM: Jersey ManuTO: Dr. JensenSUBJECT: Progress on faculty workshop plansWork CompletedPlans for the faculty workshop on October 12 are nearly complete. The committee met onSeptember 19. We discussed what kind of subject we wanted and came up with several namesof possible speakers.Since then, Greg Stephens has contacted Stan Brannan, president of Genesis TechnologyCenter in Wichita. He has agreed to come. Since then we have sent him a letter confirmingthe speaking engagement, and Greg Stephens has talked to him personally. He will be flyingin on October 12.I contacted John Campbell at Boeing. He got in touch with Al Andrews in their CAD-CAMdivision. Mr. Andrews has confirmed that either he or Tom McDabitt from his departmentwill come to speak. A letter has been sent to him as well confirming the speakingengagement. Both letters were mailed Tuesday, September 27.I have enclosed a copy of the letter sent to both Andrews and Brannan. We also included aschedule for the workshop and directions to the campus, copies of which are also attached tothis memo.Work ScheduledThere are a few things that remain to be done.
I need to call Al Andrews, make sure he got his letter, and work out any remainingdetails about his arrival.
We need to find out when Mr. Brannan will be arriving and have someone meet him atthe airport.
We would like to send announcements to various business leaders, the news media,the chamber of commerce, and the other post-secondary schools in town by themiddle of next week.I have a few questions for you.1.Will your office be responsible for sending out announcements, or do you want us todo that? We do have some papers from Genesis that could be sent with theannouncements. These would help people know what Genesis is. I've enclosed one.2.Will someone from your office meet Mr. Brannan or should one of us? You'll noticethat my letter suggests that Mr. Andrews go directly to your office if he arrives atnoon.3.Will you or Tim make the opening comments and introductions? Please see theenclosed schedule.

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