Annual and End-of-Semester reports are important ways for BUC to enable its management to review the performance of the various departments, centers, and sections. Annual and End-of-Semester reports are part of a continuous management cycle that involves reviewing actual results and achievements against stated intentions, which later on feeds back into the next cycle of planning, implementation and review. Annual and End-of-Semester reports are key resources to review and evaluate what has been achieved and whether plans, goals, objectives have been implemented and achieved. Annual and End-of-Semester reports cover the plans, activities, and operations of the various departments, centers, and sections during the preceding academic year (usually 1 September to 31 August), and the preceding semester (usually September to January for Semester 1 and February to June for Semester 2). BUC departments, centers, and sections reporting efforts should be focused most on the critical aspects of their performance to assess these against their previously stated intentions in their strategic and operational annual plans. It is advisable to use traffic light reports for follow-up of annual action plans and for annual reporting. BUC departments, centers, and sections are encouraged to include comparative information from earlier years and semesters to give a more comprehensive picture of long-term progress.