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Roundtable – March 20, 2014 DHMC. NIH salary cap has gone up to $181,500 effective January 12, 2014 Grant application project titles will no longer be.

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1 Roundtable – March 20, 2014 DHMC

2 NIH salary cap has gone up to $181,500 effective January 12, 2014 Grant application project titles will no longer be truncated in eRA system to the previous 81 character limit. You now have up to 200 characters! Please Note: When submitting a Revision application, applicants must use the exact project title as displayed in Commons.

3 NIH requires RPPR module for ( SNAP), fellowship and multi-year funded awards. This change went into effect January 31, Non-SNAP progress reports are now able to be submitted using the RPPR. This is NOT mandatory at this time. Paper PHS 2590 will be accepted until NIH makes RPPR a requirement. NOT-OD

4 Webinars Powerpoint Training NIH RPPR Instruction Guide Screen Shots How does RPPR differ from eSNAP Frequently Asked Questions

5 Activity CodesProgram DescriptionOriginal Due Date New Due Date P SeriesProgram Project and Center Grants May 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 R18, U18, R25Research Demonstration Education Programs May 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 T Series, D SeriesInstitutional National Research Service Awards and Other Training Grants May 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 C06/UC6Construction GrantsMay 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 G07, G08, G11, G13, G20, S11, S21, S22, SC1, SC2, SC3 Other Activity CodesMay 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 G12, R10, U10, UG1, R24, U24, S06, U19, U45, U54, U56 Other Activity CodesMay 25, 2014 May 29, 2014 Date adjustments to accommodate scheduled federal system downtime. Changes to STANDARD due Dates:

6 Applicants preparing multi-project applications using ASSIST will not have access to their applications during the downtime and should plan according for May deadlines. Funding OpportunityOriginal Due DateNew Due Date PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 25, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 27, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 28, 2014May 29, 2014 PAR May 28, 2014May 29, 2014

7 After Memorial Day weekend upgrade the system will be able to recognize and store Greek and other scientific characters that the systems cant handle today. As a result of this upgrade, eRA systems will be able to accept Greek characters as they appear in the original scientific text submitted by grantees. For instance, Greek characters will appear in progress reports without resulting in garbled text. NOTE: Greek characters in the Project Title field are still problematic until Grants.gov is able to accept and process them.

8 Reviewer section in PIs Personal Profile now displays Continuous Submission information PIs can review their eligibility based on current appointed membership and/or recent substantial service. ~~~~~~ Signing Officials also have access to this information.

9 Individuals with Graduate or Undergraduate Student roles participating in a NIH project for at least one person month or more will be required to have an eRA Commons ID. Contact your OSP Grants Officer now to get students set up with appropriate role and avoid system warnings NIH plans to make this MANDATORY in October

10 For proposals submitted or due on or after February 24, 2014: ide/nsf14001/index.jsp ide/nsf14001/index.jsp

11 Part I - Grant Proposal Guide (GPG) ide/nsf14001/gpg_index.jsp ide/nsf14001/gpg_index.jsp GPG Summary of Significant Changes ide/nsf14001/gpg_sigchanges.jsp ide/nsf14001/gpg_sigchanges.jsp

12 Part II - Award and Administration Guide (AAG) /nsf14001/aag_index.jsp AAG Summary of Significant Changes de/nsf14001/aag_sigchanges.jsp de/nsf14001/aag_sigchanges.jsp

13 The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is the official publication for NIH medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities: NSF weekly Bulletin: &ord=date &ord=date

14 Where should PIs go for help with project reports? - Online Help: elp/Research.htm#Welcome_to_the_Research_gov_Help_Sy stem.htm elp/Research.htm#Welcome_to_the_Research_gov_Help_Sy stem.htm - Project Report Informational Page: portal/appmanager/base/desktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel =research_node_display&_nodePath=/researchGov/Service /Desktop/PublicOutcomesReport.html portal/appmanager/base/desktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel =research_node_display&_nodePath=/researchGov/Service /Desktop/PublicOutcomesReport.html - NSF Help Desk: portal/appmanager/base/desktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel =research_contact_ushttp://www.research.gov/research- portal/appmanager/base/desktop?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel =research_contact_us

15 NIH subscription to weekly Guide TOC: The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is the official publication for NIH medical and behavioral research Grant Policies, Guidelines and Funding Opportunities.NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts NSF weekly Bulletin:


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