Dr. Tom Cheever, a program officer with the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, explains more about progress reporting in this episode of the NIH All About Grants podcast.
The Project Outcomes section of the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) provides information about the cumulative outcomes or findings of the project. This information is made available to the public through NIH RePORTER, so take that into account when completing this section!
Congratulations on your successful NIH grant proposal! As part of the post-award process, you will now have to create and send in annual and final reports (RPPRs) on your progress. This workshop on November 10 introduces tips and tricks for use of NCBI Account tools for NIH post-award reporting, and includes a Q&A portion for participants.
Recipients with in-progress RPPR budget forms, remember to submit by June 22 to avoid having to redo the budget forms. The June 23 release of the RPPR module will include updates to the FORMS-G budget forms.
An updated RPPR Instruction Guide is now available. The instruction guide reflects changes associated with recently issued guide notices on Other Support and Biosketch format pages, human subjects, Trainee Diversity Report and NRSA childcare costs reporting.
This is a heads up that since the budget forms (applicable to non-SNAP awards only) will be updated to the new Forms-G version, recipients with in-progress RPPRs will need to redo their budget forms if their RPPR is not submitted by June 22, a day before the release.
Congratulations on your successful NIH grant proposal! As part of the post-award process, you will now have to create and send in annual and final reports (RPPRs) on your progress. Tune in to the Learn How to Report Your NIH-funded Publications Using My Bibliography workshop hosted by NIH’s National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) on February 24, 2022 for tips and tricks on using NCBI Account tools for NIH post-award reporting. This session is for NIH funded researchers, their delegates and institutional grants officers with specific task-based, hands-on activities.
With the launch of the new Human Subjects System (HSS), there is now a new two-step submission process for any Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPR) reporting inclusion enrollment updates.
A new resource, RPPRs: Who Can Do What? provides a quick look at the Annual, Interim, and Final Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPRs), including information such as due dates and how to access RPPR links. It also charts what happens to the Interim RPPR when a Type 2, Competing Renewal application is submitted.