Continuous reporting on milestones & deliverables
During the project, you are expected to provide regular updates on the status of the project: the continuous reporting.
The continuous reporting includes:
- progress in achieving milestones
- updates to the publishable summary
- response to critical risks, publications, communications activities, IPRs
- programme-specific monitoring information (if required).
Where? The Continuous Reporting Module is accessible through the link you receive at the beginning of the project.
Who? Milestones and deliverables should be submitted by each participant for their work.
What? You should report on milestones and deliverables in accordance with the schedule set out for them.
The Continuous Reporting Module also allows you to report on critical risks, prepare the summary for publication and the programme-specific information on indicators (e.g. Trainings, Gender, Open Data, etc. — .if available for your programme and type of action).
Milestones — Control points in the project that help to chart progress (kick-off meetings, steering committes, first-draft of a survey, prototype, etc.) They may correspond to the completion of a key deliverable, which allows the next phase of the work to begin or is needed at intermediary points.
Deliverables — Outputs to be submitted to the EU (publication, leaflet, progress report, brochure, list, etc.)
All this information is automatically compiled to create part A of the periodic Technical Report, at the moment this report is prepared (Locked for review).
Reporting in the Continuous Reporting Module
At the beginning of the project, you will receive a notification (+ link) that the Continuous Reporting Module is activated and that you can contribute to it on an ongoing basis.
Detailed information on the Module can be found in the .