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Research Funding News: Interim Guidance on Resumption of NIH Extramural Activities Following the Recent Lapse in Appropriations

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

A new policy has been posted on the NIH Web site that provides information for the extramural community on how NIH is resuming operations after the government shutdown.

“NIH is working to reestablish dates for grant and contract submissions, determine how to handle missed review meetings, and reschedule dates for training and other activities that were scheduled to occur during and immediately following the period of the government shutdown,” according to the policy statement. “As of today, we can confirm that we will be rescheduling all October grant application submission deadlines to the November timeframe (specific dates to be announced in a future Notice). By delaying due dates that occurred both during the lapse in funding and in the week following, applicants will have access to NIH staff and the help desks as they develop their applications.”

The full statement, containing information about rescheduled grant application due dates, is available at: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-14-003.html.  

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Last Updated Date: 10/22/2013
Last Reviewed Date: 10/22/2013

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