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The Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998 (AREERA) amended the Smith-Lever Act, the Hatch Act, and the National Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching Policy Act of 1977 (the funding authorities for Extension and Research activities) to require approved Plans of Work (every five years), Annual Results Reports for each HATCH Project and Smith Lever Program, Annual Financial Reports, and a combined Annual Report of Accomplishment from Extension and Research in order to receive federal funding.
NIFA NRS – Capacity Grants
NIFA has established the NIFA Reporting System (NRS) to provide data management and reporting for capacity funded research projects and Extension programs. NRS currently contains the Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998 (AREERA) Plans of Work, Annual Reports of Accomplishments and other capacity grant data for research projects and Extension programs.
CALS Entering NRS Results Reports (how-to video 4 min)
NIFA REEPort – Competitive Grants
The Research, Extension, and Education Project Online Reporting Tool (REEport) is NIFA’s primary grant reporting system for NIFA-funded, competitive projects. The system collects both technical and financial data related to NIFA-funded, competitive projects and allows grantees to report significant accomplishments and impacts of their research, extension, and educational work.
Access REEport (Competitive Grant reporting)
REEport User Guide for Project Directors
NIMSS – Multistate Projects
The National Information Management and Support System (NIMSS) is a web-based application that will allow participants of Multistate Research Projects and Activities to submit proposals and reports online. Interested parties, stakeholders and cooperators can also query the System for relevant and timely information. NIMSS manages Multistate Research and Activities supported by the State Agricultural Experiment Station (SAES) from the Hatch Multistate Research Fund (MRF) provided by the National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
National Information Management & Support System (NIMSS) – Multistate Projects
The USDA is committed to making all peer-reviewed, scholarly publications and digital scientific research data assets arising from unclassified scientific research supported wholly or in part by the USDA accessible to the public, to the extent practicable. Public Access is a critical part of our support of Open Science.
The Ag Data Commons is a general repository for research data related to food and agriculture, which enables the USDA’s compliance with both public access and open data requirements to make federally funded research data open, accessible, and machine-readable. Services offered increase discoverability for open agricultural research data and provide a repository for data without a discipline-specific repository. Thus, the Ag Data Commons helps USDA-funded researchers find data of interest and meet publisher requirements to provide access to data associated with publications.
Current Reporting Cycle (2020-2024)
The Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998 (AREERA) amended the Smith-Lever Act, the Hatch Act, and the National Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching Policy Act of 1977 (the funding authorities for Extension and Research activities) to require approved Plans of Work (every five years) and Annual Reports of Accomplishment from Extension and Research in order to receive federal funding.