- PLANNING THE PROGRESS REPORT
- INITIAL PROGRESS REPORTS
- SUBSEQUENT PROGRESS REPORTS
Progress reports inform management about the status of a project. Submitted regularly throughout the life of the project, they
let the readers know whether work is progressing satisfactorily, that is, within the project’s budget and time limitations. Firms who win contracts through external proposals must provide regular reports on progress to their clients. On the internal level, departments often furnish reports to managers on ongoing projects involving research, construction, and installation.
As with.all writing projects, you must plan the progress report. You must consider your audience, research the situation, use visual aids, and
follow the us form for this type of report.