Internal Deadlines for Grants Submitted to Grants.gov
Effective February 2007, in response to the new federal deadlines, there are three new internal deadlines for federal grants electronically submitted to Grants.gov.
Six weeks prior to the grant deadline, the investigator must notify the Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) of their intent to apply.
Final business pages and forms
Ten working days prior to the deadline, the investigator and sponsored projects officer (SPO) must submit the components of the application to the OSR manager for review and feedback:
- Face page
- List of key personnel
- Budget justification
- Subcontracts, as signed off by the subcontract institutional office
- Resources (facilities and equipment)
Five working days prior to the deadline, a complete application in final form is due to OSR, including scientific narrative, biosketches and abstract.
Internal deadlines for NIH awards
Details to Note
New internal deadlines are effective for all electronically submitted grants through Grants.gov.
Applications in response to Requests for Applications (RFAs) and Program Announcements (PAs, PARs, PASs) with special receipt dates continue to be due on the specified dates listed in the Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
For applications to be considered on time, they must be received by Grants.gov no later than 5:00 p.m. local time for the applicant institution.
The proposed dates provide additional time for proposal development for application mechanisms often used by new investigators: R03s, R21s, and Ks.
Read more about the revised NIH deadlines.