Reporting guidelines vary slightly between grants depending on the timeline. However, here is a general overview of what you can expect :
Two-year grant submissions are required to include mid-grant milestones (at approximately 12-months) for the purpose of evaluating progress towards overall project goals. These milestones must be achieved in order to qualify for the second year of funding.
Upon execution of an NCCRF Grant Agreement and receipt of first year funding, grant recipients are required to:
- Submit brief quarterly status reports.
- Submit a final report containing non-technical, scientific, and financial information.
- Notify Brown Performance Group in writing of any changes in the party or parties accepting responsibility for the grant.
- Identify the NCCRF as a funder of the research in scientific reports and papers. When possible, please provide the web address: www.brownphilanthropy.com/nccrf
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