JFSP Final Reporting Requirements (June 4, 2009)

Project status

JFSP uses the following criteria to determine if a project is complete:


Note: If you are an investigator on a project funded prior to April, 2009 and believe these requirements are substantially greater than you envisioned at the time your project was funded, please contact the JFSP Program Manager.

Each JFSP-funded PI is responsible for submitting the following documentation by the project termination date:

Final Report

Please upload a pdf version of your final report directly to the JFSP database through the JFSP website.

Note: Because all government funded Web sites must comply with the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d), all pdfs residing on a website must be 508 compliant. Section 508 requires that when Federal agencies develop, procure, maintain, or use electronic and information technology (EIT), Federal employees with disabilities have comparable access to and use of information and data as Federal employees who have no disabilities, unless an undue burden would be imposed on the agency.

For more detailed information, go to http://www.Section508.gov.

The final report will then be automatically made available via the JFSP website. Final reports must include the following elements:

Final report example (04-S-01, thanks to Dan Williams (RMRS))


Please upload all of your project deliverables directly to the JFSP database through the JFSP website. As publications are completed, please remember to return to the JFSP website and upload additional or finalized deliverables.


JFSP has a query interface available from the JFSP website for individuals to quickly obtain findings from JFSP projects according to a variety of search criteria. Please enter and attribute the key findings from your work directly into the JFSP database via the JFSP website. The findings data dictionary describes the attributes and is available from the JFSP website.


Please upload three to five photographs from your project directly to the JFSP database through the JFSP website. Photographs will be used to promote your work via Fire Science Briefs or other means.