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Research and Report Information

AES Project guidelines (Hatch, McIntire Stennis, State)

AES Reviewers guide (Word Doc)


North Central Canola research program: Research projects and RFP details


National Information Management and Support System (NIMSS) - NIMSS is a web-based application that allows participants of multistate research projects and activities to submit proposals and reports online. The system can also be queried for relevant information.

Request Participation on a Multistate/Regional Committee in NIMSS


Research highlights

Research profiles


Federally funded (USDA/NIFA) research projects:  

REEport is NIFA’s new grant and formula project initiation and reporting system. This system builds on and replaces the former Current Research Information System (CRIS) web forms system.  REEport will utilize the Research Performance Progress Report (www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/rppr/index.jsp), a standard progress report format that all Federal research agencies are required to use for research grant reporting. The REEport portal is found at: http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/portal/.  The manual for REEport is found at http://nifa.usda.gov/resource/reeport-user-manual.

Assistance with the use of REEport is available through the site administrator, Ona Vig, at ona.vig@ndsu.edu.

Research projects reported previously under the former CRIS system will still be available for viewing at the CRIS website (http://cris.nifa.usda.gov/search.html). For more detailed information, go to this website and select Click here for Assisted Search. In the section titled Search CRIS by Individual Data fields, type nd. in the Division/Station area which selects North Dakota. Then, either: 1) type in the Department required in the Institute/Department area; or 2) enter keywords in the Keyword area.

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