Upcoming Mandatory Submission of the Federal Financial Report (FFR) in the Payment Management System Beginning January 1, 2021


Beginning January 1, 2021, respective to NIH grant awards that require submission of an FFR, NIH grant recipients will be required to submit the SF-425 Federal Financial Report (FFR) in the Payment Management System (PMS) as opposed to the eRA Commons/FFR Module.

FFRs submitted prior to January 1, 2021 shall use the FFR module in the eRA Commons based on the previous requirements set forth by the agency (see NIH Grants Policy Statement

FFR due dates, as outlined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, and 8.6.1, remain unchanged.

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  1. I, Dr. Saumya Pandey (Ph.D.), wish to sincerely congratulate my American senior Grants management experts with proven excellence in timeline-based NIH, USA Federal Grants/Funds healthcare management for streamlining the competitive scientific projects’-submission and pre-/post-award grants’ money ethical utilization by competent investigators as evident in senior/lead authorships in leading peer-reviewed journals; the financia reporting system with FFR/specific forms as part of stringent bioethical medical research management in USA certainly provided me an excellent platform for future scientific pursuits and professional development in the American and global/Asia-Pacific (India) medical/scientific research settings.

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