Scheduling at least one final report is a basic requirement for an OSF grant, except for travel reimbursements or conference grants. The Grants Officer must confirm that the reporting schedule is in line with OSF policies, the timing is reasonable and relevant to project period and payment setup. The normal practice is that OSF requires progress reports at least annually before each installment (but not necessarily if there are multiple installments within a year on a multi-year grant) and a final report after the project has ended. However, the Program might ask for additional reports, or decide to transfer the last installment based on the final report, in which case not necessarily the whole amount of the last installment will be transferred.

Special reporting is applicable to Expenditure Responsibility grants, where Grantees must report on their expenditures up to December 31 of the relevant year, no later than March 31 of the subsequent year.


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