Submitting a Report Online
Your award letter sets out how frequently we expect you to report on progress, and any specific information you must provide at the end of the project. Please make sure that you check these details when you accept the grant and make a note of when your reports are due and what data you may need to collect. It is a condition of funding that you submit these reports, and you are responsible for making sure you complete them by the due dates. Failure to comply with reporting requirements may result in your award being withdrawn. You can check all of this at any time on MGS Online – see Accessing information about your application and award.
You can click on the name of any report to see the blank form and read the questions you will have to answer when that report is due. If you have more than one Project Status Update Report they will be the same, but the End of Project Report will be a different document with different questions. You are given the opportunity to upload supporting documents such as evaluation reports, images, and press cuttings. Note that the claims process is separate from the reporting process, so do not upload invoices or other evidence of expenditure here.