The past year brought major changes in grants processing and administration at NIH that was made possible by new electronic systems support. Continue reading
A CD encryption process will not only make encrypted reviewer CDs as secure as before, but will greatly reduce the effort required by the reviewers to access the data within. Continue reading
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) invites all Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) members to participate in a pilot of a Financial Conflict of Interest (FCOI) Module, a new feature of the NIH electronic Research Administration (eRA) Commons. The FCOI Module … Continue reading
A new feature of the NIH electronic Research Administration (eRA) Commons lets users electronically prepare and submit key documents required for Kirschstein-NRSA research training grants.
A recent OMB decision allows NIH to continue using eRA systems and servicing our partner agencies. Continue reading
The NIH continues to work closely with Grants.gov to be able to receive all grant applications electronically. Currently, about 80 percent of NIH grant applications are submitted electronically. The Grants.gov move from PureEdge to Adobe forms continues to impact the transition dates for the remaining grant programs. Continue reading
As of February, eRA keeps all versions (e.g., 01, A1, A2) of an application active and provides an internal “MAA” flag for each application in an active cluster. Continue reading