Reporting Requirements

The Comis Foundation requires all grantees to complete both an Interim Report (within nine months of the award date) and a Final Report (within one month after the end of funding as noted in the Grant Award letter).

To submit a report, select either Interim Report or Final Report below, and complete the related online form.

Interim Report

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The purpose of the interim report is to assess progress in meeting the goals of the project and to alert both the grantor and the grantee to unforeseen obstacles that may require redefinition of the project or a change in its timescale. Usually the award period is one year, and the interim report should be submitted to Comis no later than nine months from the award date.

Complete and submit the following form. Note that your responses are intended to be brief; each question allows for only 500 characters of text – roughly 75 words per question.

Final Report

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A final report is due one month after the end of funding as noted in the Grant Award letter. Final reports have three purposes: First, they assist the Foundation with developing and maintaining standards for funding work of high quality. Second, they establish the ability of the grantee to produce results. Third, they provide a record for financial accountability.

Complete and submit the following form. Note that your responses are intended to be brief; each question allows for only 500 characters of text – roughly 75 words per question.