**DRAFT** - NIH Research Performance Progress Report — RPPR

NEW !     January 1, 2017, NIH is implementing new "RPPR" terminology and procedures:
 

SUMMARY OF MAJOR CHANGES:

Annual-RPPR - No changes in terminology, format, or procedures.

Interim-RPPR - [NEW !] - Submitted via the NIH eRA Commons while the Competing Renewal ("Renewal") Type 2 application is under consideration by NIH.

  • Competing Renewal ("Renewal") funded?  Interim-RPPR "turns into" an Annual-RPPR.
  • Competing Renewal ("Renewal") NOT funded?  Interim-RPPR "turns into" a Final-RPPR.

Final-RPPR - [NEW !] - Submitted via the NIH eRA Commons no later than 120 days after the end of the project.

 Do you want to use the old format for your Final Report?  Then you must "beat the new deadline" by submitting prior to January 1, 2017.  NIH will not accept the old Final Report format on or after January 1, 2017.  No exceptions.  

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HERE ARE THE DETAILS OF THE NEW RPPR TERMINOLOGY & PROCEDURES

 

RPPR = Research Performance Progress Report

 

RPPR = Research Performance Progress Report

 

UI Proposal
Routing Form
Required?

Due Date: Renewal (Type 2)
Funded/Not Funded
"Fate" of the 
Interim-RPPR                        
Annual-RPPR
[No changes]
  YES NIH notifies
via e-mail
(Does not apply) (Does not apply)
Interim-RPPR 
[NEW !]

 No

While Renewal 
(Type 2) is under
consideration by NIH

Renewal (Type 2)
is Funded:

Interim-RPPR
"turns into" an
Annual-RPPR

Renewal (Type 2)
is NOT Funded:

Interim-RPPR
"turns into" a
Final RPPR

Final-RPPR
[NEW !]  
(No Renewal (Type 2) submitted.)

   No

120 days after
Project End Date

(Does not apply) (Does not apply)