When Are My NIH Progress Reports Due
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"When Are My NIH Progress Reports Due?" NIH progress reports are due 60 days before the start of the next funding period. NIH provides a helpful resource to assist with tracking upcoming due dates and non- competing continuations. See below for instructions on getting started: 1. Go to http://era.nih.gov/userreports/pr_due.cfm 2. Enter the Chicago campus IPF # 6144650 or Evanston campus IPF # 6144601 3. Sort by Due Date or PI Name 4. Submit Query The search will result in a table layout showing: Organization: NU Grant # PI Name LY: a * in this field means the grant is entering its last year SNAP: a Y in this field means the grant is SNAP-eligible and the progress report can be submitted via NIH Commons Due Date: All dates are listed as the first of the month sixty days before the next funding cycle; however, for SNAP-eligible grants, you can add two weeks to that date, e.g., an 11/1/07 due date on a SNAP project won't actually be "overdue" until 11/16/07. NIH provides two "extra weeks" for progress reports submitted electronically. Note: This web page resource will provide you with a four to six month window on upcoming progress report due dates.