Once the Registrar has approved the project, they will release it for publication in Digital WPI. This process may take up to a few weeks after the project is approved.
- you will receive an email from the Digital WPI team before embargoed projects are released for publication. At that time, if you want to request an extension of the embargo, you will be provided with information on how to do that.
- if a project you've advised is in the process of being redacted by the sponsor before publication, the project will be embargoed for up to 180 days, until you have provided the redacted version to the Digital WPI team (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you do not provide a redacted version, the originally submitted report will be released for publication when the embargo expires.
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