The National Science Foundation is moving from FASTLane to Research-gov for submission of all proposals and reports to NSF.  Anyone who uses FASTLane or who plans to submit to NSF in the near future should consider joining this webinar to learn about the upcoming changes.

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Erin Bailey


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October 10, 2012 9:35 AM


Training Opportunity: NSF Project Reports are Moving from FastLane to!!



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In early 2013, the National Science Foundation (NSF) will completely transfer all project reporting from FastLane to In support of the transition, we will begin piloting the new service in beginning in October. Once we have fully implemented project reporting through, Principal Investigators (PIs) and co-PIs will use to meet all NSF project reporting requirements, including submission of Annual, Final and Interim Project Reports and the Project Outcomes Report.  The new Project Reporting Dashboard in will make it easier for PIs, co-PIs, and Sponsored Project Office (SPO) staff to see which reports are due or overdue, and will provide access to all reports submitted to NSF.

We are hosting a Project Reports Webinar on October 12th, and we invite you to participate to learn more about the coming changes. 

To register, please follow the directions included on the following link:;jsessionid=nnGCQtDLJYJxP2XJdH9l8h8hfhnDglpc4Lf7fpRZHgsG9Qznbyx1!-424153058!1340419783?_nfpb=true&_windowLabel=eventSummary_1_1&_urlType=action&eventSummary_1_1_action=viewDetailEvent&eventSummary_1_1_id=%2FresearchGov%2FEvent%2FDesktop%2FWebinarProjectReportsAreMovingWhatsInItForMe.html&nodepath=/researchGov/Event/Desktop/WebinarProjectReportsAreMovingWhatsInItForMe.html.

Erin Bailey
Center Manager and Sr. Research Administrator
University at Buffalo
Buffalo NY

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