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Managing NINR Funded Grants

Progress Reports - All NIH grant awards require, at a minimum, an annual progress report, which is submitted using the Non-Competing Continuation Grant Progress Report (PHS Form 2590). If a PHS 2590 will not be submitted because continuation support is not desired, a final progress report must be submitted within 90 days after the expiration or termination of the project (see NIHGPS). For those awards under SNAP, grantees are required to follow the special SNAP instructions in the PHS 2590.

Institutions are strongly encouraged to submit SNAP Progress Reports electronically through the eRA Commons (see Electronic Research Administration below). For non-SNAP grants, paper progress reports (original and one copy) must be submitted to the following centralized mailing address:

Division of Extramural Activities Support
Office of Extramural Research, NIH
6705 Rockledge Drive , Room 2207, MSC 7987
Bethesda , MD 20892-7287 (regular or US Postal Service Express mail)
Bethesda , MD 20817 (other commercial courier mail delivery only)

Important references for managing your current research or training award:

NIH Grants Policy Statement
NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts
45 Code of Federal Regulation
NRSA (National Research Service Award)
OER (Office of Extramural Research)
OMB (Office of Management and Budget)
OHRP (Office for Human Research Protections)

Assistance with questions about administering your award:

Office of Grants and Contracts Management:

The OGCM is the focal point for all business-related activities associated with the negotiation, award, and administration of grants and cooperative agreements within the NINR. For questions relating to the scientific and programmatic aspects of grant awards, please contact the assigned NINR Program Director for each specific grant or area of science.

Chief, Brian Albertini

Questions about the business management and policy aspects of your awards are best answered by the Office of Grants and Contracts Management staff. For questions relating to the science aspects of your award, sampling problems, or other elements related to whether your project is going as expected, direct your questions to the Program Director for the area of science where you are assigned.

Call this OGCM number for any business-related questions: 301-594-5974.

The fax number for Office of Grants and Contracts Management staff is: 301-402-4502.

Please call (301) 594-6909 if you are not certain who is your Program contact.

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