How do I access the eRA Commons?

How do I access the eRA Commons?

To log into Commons: Under Login with eRA Credentials, enter your username in the Username field. Enter your password in the Password field. By default, passwords display as bullet characters, but you can click the small ‘eye’ icon next to the password field to see the actual password in clear text.

Who can have eRA Commons account?

Who needs an eRA Commons Account for Progress Reporting? You must include eRA Commons credentials for personnel with the following roles who participate in a NIH funded project for at least one person month: Project Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) and any multiple-PD/PIs. Undergraduate.

What is so eRA Commons?

An SO has institutional authority to legally bind the institution in grant-administration matters by providing signature approval on grant application submissions. The SO monitors grant related activities within the extramural organization and may have a number of titles.

How long does it take to get an eRA Commons account?

How long does it take? Organization registration can take 10 business days or more to complete. NIH considers beginning your eRA Commons registration at least 10 business days prior to an application due date a “good faith effort” to register on time.

How many no-cost extensions does NIH allow?

two no-cost extensions
NIAID allows only two no-cost extensions for its grants.

When can I request a no-cost extension NIH?

The business official at your institution may approve your first no-cost extension for up to 12 months beyond your project’s end date. Your business official should report this extension in eRA Commons 45 days before the end of your project. Late notification of this extension requires prior approval.

How do I submit an eRA Commons annual report?

To initiate an Annual FCOI Report:

  1. Access the FCOI Search screen by navigating to the FCOI module.
  2. From FCOI Search, perform a search for the appropriate FCOI Report.
  3. Select the Annual Report button in the Action column for the specific FCOI Report.

What does not discussed mean in eRA Commons?

Application not discussed (ND) receive individual criterion scores but do not receive a numerical impact score.(receives reviewer’s individual critiques); or. Application not recommended for further consideration (NRFC): application cannot receive funding, though a resubmission is possible.

How do I get a second no-cost extension NIH?

A second or third extension must be submitted at least 30 days before the end of the project period. The request requires Authorized Organization Representative/Signing Official concurrence and should be emailed to the Grants Management Specialist identified in the most recent Notice of Award (NOA).

Do I need an eRA Commons account?

eRA Commons IDs are already required as part of application submission for PD/PIs, multiple PD/PIs, sponsors on fellowship applications, component leads on multi-project applications, candidates for diversity supplement support, and the primary mentor identified on individual mentored career development applications.

What is an eRA account?

Features and benefits of an employee reimbursement account Employee reimbursement accounts are essentially current accounts that do not have any maintenance charges. It has a zero balance feature. This account is inked with the employee’s salary account and does not require the issuance of a new debit card.