The Federal Demonstration Partnership will be administering its third Faculty Workload Survey in early 2018. The purpose of the survey is to estimate how much time that a researcher involved in federally funded research spends on administrative tasks relative to the research and where that administrative time is spent. The last survey in 2012 received over 12,000 responses from active faculty and found that 42% of their research time was spend on administrative tasks. This correlated with the first survey in 2005, which also estimated the 42% of time spent on administrative tasks. Below are some resources might be helpful in support of the current survey.