Most funding agencies require submission of a final report at the conclusion of a grant project. Generally, agencies ask for a summary of the work completed, a description of the primary findings of the project, an evaluation of the extent to which the original goals and objectives of the project were achieved, and a final financial accounting of grant funds. It is your responsibility to submit the final report by the agency deadline (e.g., 90 days after the end of the grant period for the Department of Education). A copy of the final report must also be sent to the OGR. You should consult the Controller's Office to make sure that all financial reporting requirements are met.