Several types of reports are generally required during the lifetime and at the expiration of the sponsored award. The Principal Investigator (PI) and various administrative offices have shared responsibilities to assure that all required reports have been provided to the sponsor in accordance to the timeline specified in the terms and conditions of the sponsored award. Failure to provide reports may result in delayed or cancelled funding, non-payment, or early termination.
The Notice of Award and sponsored award document contains all reporting requirements, including the recipients. All responsible parties must review the report types, frequency, and recipients for each sponsored award. The table below lists the most common sponsor report types and responsible parties.