Progress Reports with Detailed Budgets – UFIRST
Progress Reports with Detailed Budgets Should be entered into UFIRST Proposals and Routed for Approvals
- All progress reports with detailed budgets should be entered into UFIRST Proposals and routed through the appropriate units for approval (Proposal type continuation).
- This generally includes all progress reports submitted to NIH for P, T, and U awards as well as any other progress reports requiring detailed budgets for future year(s).
- As these budgets often differ from the original proposal and can include cost shared effort and modifications to the original commitments, they require a full review by the appropriate fiscal approves of each unit.
- If the report is covering a budget period within the award’s competitive segment we use the definition of “life of the award” for the purposes of retaining the originally awarded F&A rate.