The Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Plan and Resource Sharing Plan are separate attachments that may be required for your application. One does not necessarily replace the other. Read on to learn more.
The 2-day conference might be over, but there is still time to explore the NIH Grants Conference resources! The recordings from over 25 sessions are now available in the conference platform agenda, and you can still register for and log into the platform through March 2, 2023.
You must use FORMS-H forms for grant application due dates on or after January 25, 2023. Our forms and instructions have also been updated to support the new sharing requirements. This checklist will help you navigate the changes.
For applications being developed for due dates on/after January 25, 2023, Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Plans will be collected in a NEW field called “Other Plans” on the PHS 398 Research Plan and Career Development Award forms.
NIH is deeply concerned for the health and safety of people and animals, and about the biomedical enterprise in the areas affected by Hurricanes Fiona and Ian. Due to the exceptional impact of these storms, NIH has issued a notice identifying policy exceptions for impacted organizations to provide short-term relief from select administrative, financial management, and audit requirements.
As announced over the summer, NIH requires the use of updated application forms (FORMS-H) for due dates on or after January 25, 2023. We will begin adding FORMS-H application packages to active funding opportunity announcements and FORMS-H application form instructions to the How to Apply – Application Guide page as early as October 25 to prepare for the transition.
Applicants applying to NIH funding opportunities with due dates on or after January 25, 2023 must use updated application forms and instructions identified with a Competition ID of “FORMS-H.”
Today we discuss what you and your institution should consider when submitting the same applications to multiple funders.
It is important to read and follow all provided guidance. What happens when guidance between the application guide, funding opportunity announcements, and NIH Guide Notices conflict? Which one wins?
Do I Need To Include eRA Commons IDs for Other Significant Contributors Listed on the R&R SR/Key Person Profile Form of My Grant Application?
Yes. As of due dates on or after January 25, 2022, eRA Commons IDs must be provided in the Credential field for all individuals listed on the R&R Sr/Key Person Profile form. This includes all senior/key personnel, other significant contributors (OSCs), and other key individuals required to be entered on the form by your funding opportunity announcement.