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Final Project Report Form. This is a Official Federal Forms form and can be use in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
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FINAL PROJECT REPORT U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Form Approved: O.M.B. No. 2120-0559 11/30/2006 PART I - PROJECT IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION 2. FAA Program 3. FAA Award Number 4. Award Period 1. Institution and Address 5. Cumulative Award Amount From To 6. Project Title PART II - SUMMARY OF COMPLETED PROJECT (For Public Use) PART III - TECHNICAL INFORMATION (For Program Management Uses) 1. ITEM (Check appropriate blocks) NONE ATTACHED PREVIOUSLY FURNISHED TO BE FURNISHED SEPARATELY TO PROGRAM Check ( X ) Approx. Date a. Abstracts of Theses b. Publication Citations c. Data on Scientific Collaborators d. Information on Inventions e. Technical Description of Project and Results f. Other (specify) 2. Principal Investigator/Project Director Name (Typed) 3. Principal Investigator / Project Director Signature 4. Date FAA Form 9550-5 (03-03) Supersedes Previous Edition American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PROJECT REPORT One copy of this report is due within 90 days after the expiration of the award. It should be submitted to the cognizant technical monitor in the FAA award letter. INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART I These identifying data items should be the same as on the award documents. INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART II The summary (about 200 words) must be self-contained and intelligible to a scientifically literate reader. Without restating the project title, it should begin with a topic sentence stating the project's major thesis. The summary should include, if pertinent to the project being described, the following items: - The primary objectives and scope of the project. The techniques or approaches used - (only to the degree necessary for comprehension). The findings and implications - stated as concisely and informatively as possible. FAA may disseminate the project report through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) of the Department of Commerce. Authors should also be aware that the summary may be used to answer inquiries by nonscientists as to the nature and significance of the supported activity. Scientific jargon and abbreviations should be avoided. INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART III Items in Part III may, but need not, be submitted with this Final Project Report. Place a check mark in the appropriate block next to each item to indicate the status of your submission. a. Self-explanatory. b. For publications (published and planned) include title, journal or other reference, date, and authors. Provide two copies of any reprints as they become available. c. Scientific Collaborators provide a list of co-investigators, research assistants and others associated with the project. Include title or status, e.g. associate professor, graduate student, etc. d. Briefly describe any inventions which resulted from the project and the status of pending patent applications, if any. e. Provide a technical summary of the activities and results. The information supplied in proposals for further support, updated as necessary, may be used to fulfill this requirement. f. Include any additional material, either specifically required in the award instrument (e.g. special technical reports or products such as films, books, studies) or which are considered to be useful to the Foundation. PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT Paperwork Reduction Act Statement: This form is used by applicants to submit proposals in response to the Congressionally mandated Grants Program. The collection of data is required to adhere to the statutes and OMB circulars. It is estimated that it will take approximately 3 hours to complete the form. Use of the form is mandatory. No assurance of confidentiality is necessary or provided. It should be noted that an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The OMB control number associated with this collection of information is 2120-0559. Comments concerning the accuracy of this burden and suggestions for reducing the burden should be directed to the FAA at: 800 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20591, Attn: Information Collection Clearance Officer, ABA-20 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com