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NIH Competing Renewal Applications

Ensuring Continuity of Support


Our previous communication from Wednesday, December 14, shared some dates incorrectly. Please see the corrected dates in red. Please accept my profuse apologies! We hope you find this information helpful.


If you have a renewable NIH grant (types P, T, R, or U) with current end dates between 11/30/17 and 2/28/18 (not 3/31/2017 and 5/31/2017 as previously stated), you will need to submit your competing renewal application for the Cycle I due date to ensure continuity of support. This cycle starts on 1/25/2017 and goes through 5/7/2017. This is for an earliest start date of 12/1/2017.

When submitting to ORSP, please kindly consider deadlines to ensure the most comprehensive review. When submitting to ORSP, the PAF and application should be FINALIZED in eResearch Proposal Management System (eRPM) at least four (4) business days before the due date.
 

Which Grants are Due When?

Multi-Project Applications

  • Please see NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-13-075 regarding the submission of Multi-Project Applications. The funding announcements that require submission via ASSIST will clearly state that.

Use Funding Announcement Number

  • For Grants.gov submissions via eRPM, you MUST locate the appropriate Funding Announcement in the NIH GuideEnter the Funding Announcement number in eRPM.  The system will provide the links to the required and optional forms associated with the Funding Announcement.

Where can I find NIH forms?

What else should I consider regarding direct or indirect costs?

  • Some institutes limit the increase in direct costs that can be requested in a renewal application. Please review institute guidelines before preparing budgets.
    • Competing applications with Direct Costs of $250,000 or less must be submitted according to the NIH Modular Grant Application Guidelines.  
    • Applications with Direct Costs exceeding $500,000 in any year require approval from an NIH Institute or Center BEFORE submission. Indirect Costs associated with subcontracts are not included in the $500,000 limit. This approval must be sought at least six (6) weeks prior to the submission date. See NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-02-004 and NOT-OD-17-005.html for details. (Indirect Costs, or Facilities & Administrative/F&A Costs, associated with subcontracts do not count against the $500,000 limit.) 

Questions?

For questions please contact your department research administrator or the ORSP Project Representative you are working with on your project.
 
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