NIH sends out a “Welcome Wagon” letter to new (first-time) grantee organizations, providing important information critical to the successful administration and fiscal management of NIH awards.
I recently mentioned how much I enjoy starting a conversation through the blog with you, the investigators, grants administrators, research staff, and others in the research community. At the NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration, I hold “Open Mike” sessions where I have no slides and no prepared remarks – I let the audience determine the topics we discuss. I love the opportunity for frank conversations about whatever is on your mind. While I meet with people in the grants community at many different events, the NIH Regional Seminar is one of my favorites because of the opportunity to hear in a common setting of the perspectives and challenges of investigators and research administrators.
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About a year ago I blogged about an important change to how all HHS operating divisions, including NIH, are making payments to grantee institutions, and I’d like to update you on this transition and adjustments to when this change will take effect. ….