What Do I Do If NIH Systems Incorrectly Show a Publication as Falling Under the NIH Public Access Policy?

Principal investigators can see the public access policy compliance status of the publications they developed with NIH support through My NCBI as well as in the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR). If the publication is showing as not being compliant, but is exempt from the compliance requirement or is appearing erroneously, you can change the designation in My NCBI (which will fix what you see in the RPPR as well). Note, once the change has been made in My NCBI you will need to refresh the RPPR screen in order for the RPPR to reflect the update.

To learn more, see Managing Compliance in the My NCBI help manual, and the video overview of MyNCBI compliance.

 

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