Information about reporting
Multiannual projects should report annually before 15 June. If your project is due for reporting 15 June 2009, the coordinator has already received an e-mail. The status report is a simple report, with the purpose of giving the Nordplus administration a picture of how the project is going on. This is also a possibility to report specific challenges or changes in the project.
All projects should report at latest 30 days after the completion of the project. In 2009, some projects will have to report later, since the report form was ready only in May 2009. The final report should also include statistics on mobility and accounts. The coordinator will receive an auto generated e-mail from ARS when reporting is due.
When you have finished your Final Report in ARS, please print the last page of your report in ARS (confirmation page), and sign this. The signed page must be sent by mail to the chief administrator (your contract partner) before the deadline for your report.
Status reports are only to be submitted electronically.
If you have questions regarding reporting, please contact the Chief administrator of the relevant Nordplus programme.
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