Reporting and Closing Out an Award
When a project has reached the end date reflected in the award document and no additional time or funding is needed to complete the project tasks and objectives, the account will terminate.
Several types of reports are generally required at the termination of a sponsored project.
The Principal Investigator (PI) and various administrative offices have specific and shared responsibilities to assure that a project is brought to a timely and complete closure and that all required reports have been provided to the sponsor.
Good project management over the life of an award will help to eliminate any problems after the award has ended.
For assistance with closing out your award, contact Grants and Contracts Accounting.