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- Proposal Development OfficeNSF has released its newest Proposal & Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 20-1), which will go into effect for proposals submitted on or after June 1, 2020.
- Proposal Development OfficeNSF has announced that the next Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG 20-1), expected to be released soon for spring 2020 implementation, will require the use of SciENcv: Science Experts Curriculum Vitae for biosketch preparation.
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As of October 8, 2019, all sponsored project proposals to external funders must have a final proposal accompanied by a fully routed Internal Approval Form submitted to the Research Administrator in OSPA at least three business days prior to the sponsor’s deadli
- Proposal Development OfficeNSF has designated the NIH’s SciENcv (Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae) as an NSF-approved format for submission of biographical sketch(es) and is encouraging its use to prepare a biographical sketch for inclusion in proposals to NSF.
- Office of Sponsored Projects Administration, Proposal Development Office, Vice President For ResearchFor letters of institutional support towards grant applications that (1) require an official signature from the VPR, or (2) commit the Office of Research financially to an award, we are standardizing the process. In addition, this streamlined process ensures that leadership within Colleges and Centers are aware of the request, and that these relevant university offices have been involved in decisions of financial support towards the application.
- NIH’s “Inclusion of Children” Policy is Now “Inclusion Across the Lifespan” – Learn How to Address This Change in Your Applications.Proposal Development Office
NIH has adopted new guidelines for how grant applications must justify the rationale for excluding any group of study participants based on a
- Plan Your NIH Funding Strategy! Updated Resources for NIH Institute or Center Funding Strategies are Now AvailableProposal Development OfficeThe NIH Funding Strategies page provides researchers pursuing NIH Institute or Center funding with updated information specific to each institute or center, including a budgetary overview and NIH fiscal policies to help them plan their funding strategy. The NIH Data Book has also been redesigned to provide researchers at-a-glance statistical analysis of NIH funding trends by Institute or Center.
- Updates and Changes to NIH/AHRQ applications and review criteria (scientific premise/human subjects) for January 25, 2019 and beyond.Proposal Development Office
For applications due on January 25, 2019 and beyond, the term “rigor of the prior research” will replace “scientific premise” under the Significance section for most research grant and career development award applications.