Federal Research In Progress (FEDRIP) provides access to information about ongoing federally funded projects in the United States in the fields of the physical sciences, engineering and life sciences.
A Unique Database Covering Federally Funded Projects in the US
Providing Valuable Project Information
Produced by the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), Federal Research In Progress (FEDRIP) is an essential resource for anyone needing to keep informed about federally sponsored research projects. It can be used to avoid research duplication, identify gaps in areas of investigation, locate experts and sources of support, stimulate ideas for planning, and more.
Offering Extensive Records Filled with Detail
Within each project description, users will find an extensive amount of detailed information, including project title, related keywords, start date and estimated date of completion, principal investigators, performing and sponsoring organizations, a thorough summary and a current progress report. Additionally, FEDRIP is updated on a monthly basis to incorporate the latest available information.
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