Current Research Information System (CRIS) National and State Snapshots

The State Snapshot provides a snapshot view of states and outlying areas via reports focusing on research. Current and historical project expenditure data are sourced from CRIS are presented using categories such as funding mechanism, performing organization, knowledge area and subject of investigation.

The structure and function of financial summaries include many of those in the Leadership Management Dashboard (LMD) and include additional trend and ranking graphs never seen before. Click here for State Snapshots


CRIS Active and Recently Completed Projects by Sponsoring Agency and State

The Current Research Information System (CRIS) is the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) documentation and reporting system for ongoing agricultural, food and nutrition, and forestry research. The system contains over 40,000 descriptions of active and recently completed, publicly supported research projects being conducted by USDA agencies, state and Agricultural Experiment Stations (worldwide), state land-grant colleges and universities, state schools of forestry, cooperating schools of veterinary medicine and USDA grant recipients. These data are updated on a weekly basis within REEIS. Click here for Agency Projects


AREERA Annual Report of Accomplishments and Results

The Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998 (AREERA) amended the Smith-Lever Act, the Hatch Act, and the National Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching Policy Act of 1977 (the funding authorities for Extension and Research activities) to require approved Plans of Work from Extension and Research in order to receive federal funding. The AREERA Plans of Work pertain only to the Smith-Lever 3(b)&(c), Hatch, Evans-Allen, and 1890 Extension funds. Other funding authorities such as the Smith-Lever 3(d), NRI, and other grants and project funds will continue to require plans or proposals for their continued distribution of funds. Click here for AREERA Annual Reports