The Research, Extension, and Education Project Online Reporting Tool (REEport) is NIFA’s primary grant reporting system. The system collects both technical and financial data related to NIFA-funded projects and allows grantees to report significant accomplishments and impacts of their research, extension, and educational work. REEport uses the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR), a standard progress report format used by federal research agencies.View this tool
who uses this tool
The Land Grant Universities, Independent Institutions, and Internal Users all use REEport. Find out more about each group and get specific REEport guidance and instructions:
- Partner Universities
- Universities that receive capacity funds from NIFA, but can also receive competitive funds.
- These institutions have more administrative oversight in REEport.
- Independent Institutions
- Organizations only receive competitive funds.
- Can be businesses or universities.
- Internal Users
- NIFA staff who review and approve project data, ensure proper technical language and scientific classifications, as well as accomplishments and impact statements.
- REEport Guide for Project Directors
- REEport Troubleshooting Guide
- REEport Financial Report Manual
- Program of Research Instructions
- Reinstatement of Funding Sources Reporting Requirement for NIFA Awards
- Reporting Web Conferences
- Sign up for the REEport listserv in order to get up-to-date information on system downtime, future development, new reporting requirements, and policy information.
- To subscribe to the email list, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Skip your subject line and type subscribe REEportDeploy in the body of your message.
- Be sure you receive an email confirming your subscription.
- REEport Support