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NIFA, in collaboration with our Land-Grant University partners, is building a new grants management and reporting system that integrates the Plan of Work and REEport applications into a unified system. The new system is built using leading industry technology to create streamlined reporting and reduce burden on grantees.
The Web-Based Nutrition Education Evaluation and Reporting System (WebNEERS) supports planning, evaluation, and reporting of processes, outcomes, and impacts of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and other nutrition education programs.
Interagency Edison (iEdison) helps government grantees and contractors comply with the Bayh-Dole Act, which requires that government funded inventions be reported to the federal agency that provided the funding.