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NSF Project Reports Have Transitioned to Research.gov

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 7:25am

From: The Research.gov Team at the National Science Foundation
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 1:39 PM
Subject: Attention NSF Awardees: Project Reports Have Transitioned to Research.gov

 


Colleagues,

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is happy to announce that project reporting has successfully been transitioned to Research.gov. This means that you will now log in to Research.gov to prepare and submit your final, annual, and interim project reports. You will also continue to use Research.gov to submit your Project Outcomes Reports.

NSF would like to thank the 19 research organizations who volunteered to pilot this service starting in October 2012. Because of their feedback, we were able to improve the service before the final rollout.
Research.gov is NSF’s grants management system that provides easy access to research-related information and grants management services in one location. Research.gov is the modernization of FastLane, providing the next generation of grants management capabilities for the research community.

Where Can I Find Out More?
For more information about the transition of annual, final, and interim project reporting to Research.gov, please visit the
Project Report Informational Page or see our Online Help.

For technical assistance, contact the Research.gov Help Desk, 7 AM - 9 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except for federal holidays):

  • Email the Help Desk at: rgov@nsf.gov
  • Call the Help Desk at 1-800-381-1532

Thank you,

The Research.gov Team at the National Science Foundation

Note: On March 18, 2013, FastLane began automated compliance checking for all required proposal sections.  Guidance on the required sections is available in the Grant Proposal Guide (GPG), Chapter II.C.2.  FastLane will not accept your proposal if a required section is missing. 

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