Four most common uses for NIH Other Support Documents

NIH_Logo1- During the Just-In-Time Phase (pre-award). You will need: Active, Pending Projects and an Overlap statement. Do NOT include Completed work.

2- When you update a person’s NIH Biosketch. You will need: Active, Completed (for the last 3 years). Do NOT include pending grants or overlap. Do NOT include direct annual costs or effort reporting.

3- RPPR reports: Include ACTIVE grants only and there also needs to be a statement addressing significant changes (new funding/ expired funding) in the last year. You do NOT include pending or completed activity. Do NOT include overlap.

4- To feed into a training grant table. Typically, training grants want information on Active and Pending grants only.

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