Technical Reports

Many organizations have as part of their reporting requirements the creation and distribution of technical reports.

To successfully produce a report requires in-depth knowledge of the organization’s structure, its technological foci, the relationships between organizational divisions, and the organization’s relationship to the entity requiring the report.

From an operational perspective, the detailed reporting requirements must be understood, as must the production process—soliciting sometimes many hundreds of component reports, establishing an audit trail for all phases of the project, recruiting content and copy editors, and always tracking status. Success is measured by producing a high-quality deliverable that amply represents the organization’s work.

I have a long history of carrying out all these activities, on-time and within budget.

Technical Reporting Experience:

I have provided technical reports for some 20 years, the contents of which address a wide panoply of scientific and technical disciplines: