Reporting AUS


A work plan must be submitted once the applicant has received a positive evaluation. The plan must contain a time schedule and milestones from the start to completion of the project, including a list of activities, each with:

  • a short description of the activity
  • start date and end date
  • measurable milestones (report, software, etc.)
  • a division of the work between the parties
  • required effort (in person hours)

The applicant and the person(s) carrying out the work must agree on the plan before it is submitted. Once this plan has been approved by UNINETT Sigma2, the application is approved.
The project manager will be responsible for the project and its progress until completion.
 

A progress report  must be submitted at regular intervals by the project responsible.

  • The frequency of reporting depends on the length of the project period. Progress must be reported at least once every four months.
  • Reporting dates must be specified in the project plan. 

Deviations from the objectives of the project, original project plan, and expected results must be reported as well as any corrective action taken. Each progress report must be approved by the project responsible and the person(s) carrying out the work before it is submitted.
 

A final report must be submitted at the end of the project. The report must be approved by the project responsible and the person(s) carrying out the work before it is submitted. All final reports will be made available to the Resource Allocation Committee and the UNINETT Sigma2 Board. Final reports may be referenced during the evaluation of future applications for advanced support.