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  1. CR3 - Center for Resource Recovery & Recycling Project Title Project Management Review Document Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  2. Project Information • Researcher: • Faculty: • Reporting period: June 2013 – September 30, 2013 • Project duration: • Begin date: • End date: • Focus Group: (indicate FG chair with ‘(Chair)’ after his/her name) Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  3. Instructions for Budget (Next Page) Total Cost (estimated) Col. (Jan-Dec) (Include indirect and overhead) • Group faculty, student, post doc salaries together. Include 1 mo. faculty support for each project. • Calculate fringe benefits on faculty and post-doc salaries only. • List any other expenditure made by the university in support of the project (e.g., lab supplies, etc.) • Add indirect and administrative costs even though they are waived. Carol will supply CR3 administrative support numbers for each year. We will use these numbers in our leveraging ratio. YTD Actual Spending Col. (Jan-month of meeting) (Include indirect and overhead for the quarter) CR3 Budget (Jan-Dec) (Direct expenses only) • Projects being launched in 2013 have a budget of $66k; prior years $70k. YTD CR3 Spending (Jan-month of meeting) (Direct expenses only) Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  4. Budget (Fiscal Year) Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  5. Budget – Accrued Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  6. Project Objectives & Deliverables • Replace Objective 1…x with actual project objectives and do the same for Deliverables; remove this bullet. • Objectives: • Objective 1 • Objective 2 • Objective x • Deliverables • Deliverable 1 • Deliverable 2 • Deliverable 3 • Deliverable x Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  7. Give Progress Report 15 -20 slides … give the status of project… what has taken place since last meeting.. Accomplishments? Results? Issues? Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  8. Instructions for Milestones (next page) List milestone in left column – 1 per row Indicate current reporting period (RP) with * Replace RP1…x with dates (see example next page) For completed milestones, indicate with C For in-progress milestones, indicate with IP For planned milestones, indicate with PL Delete/add rows/columns as needed Delete this page from final document Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  9. Milestones C = Completed; IP = In Progress; PL = Planned; * = current RP (Reporting Period) Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  10. Milestones C = Completed; IP = In Progress; PL = Planned; * = current RP (Reporting Period) Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling

  11. Project Issues (to prepare the FG members… for the next session) List project issues needing to be discussed with FG team. Only for continuing projects. Delete this bullet from slide. Issue 1 Issue 2 . . . Issue x Proprietary Information-dissemination and use restricted to members of the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling