Account Administrator (AA)
A use of program income earned during or after the project period that permits income that is generated under a grant to be added to funds committed to the project by the Federal awarding agency and recipient and used to further eligible project or program objectives. (See definitions for deductive alternative and cost sharing or matching alternative and the NIH Grants Policy Statement: 8. Administrative Requirements 8.3 Management Systems and Procedures-Program Income
- May be the same person as the signing official.
- Resides in either the central research administration office or academic departments.
- Create additional AO and PI accounts
- Not authorized to transmit applications to the NIH.
An ancillary clinical trial to a larger clinical trial may be considered an independent clinical trial if it includes an additional intervention to patients or a sub-population of patients within the larger clinical trial. An example of an ancillary study that is not a clinical trial could be research which involves analyses of stored samples collected in an ongoing clinical trial but no additional intervention to the human subjects/patients.
Animals in Research
Application Identification Numbers
- type of application (1)
- activity code (R01)
- organization to which it is assigned (AI)
- serial number assigned by the Center for Scientific Review (CSR) (183723),
- suffix showing the support year for the grant (-01)
- other information identifying a revision (S1), resubmission (A1), or a fellowship's institutional allowance. For contracts, the suffix is replaced by a modification number.
Application Submission System & Interface for Submission Tracking (ASSIST)
Application Type Code
8=Change of Institute or Division (Type 5 transfer to another NIH IC)
9=Change of Institute or Division (Type 2 transfer to another NIH IC)
Assistant Role (ASST)
Change in Scope
Clinical Trial Research Experience
Conflict of Interest
Contract Transaction Types
|Type 1||New contract|
|Type 4||Letter contract|
|Type 5||Continuation of an incrementally (typically, in one year increments) funded contract|
|Type 6||Task orders and subsequent modifications relating to existing ordering agreements|
|Type 7||Exercise of option|
Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
Any agreement between one or more NIH laboratories and one or more non-Federal parties under which the PHS, through its laboratories, provides personnel, services, facilities, equipment, or other resources with or without reimbursement (but not funds to non-Federal parties) and the non-Federal parties provide funds, personnel, services, facilities, equipment, or other resources toward the conduct of specified research or development efforts which are consistent with the missions of the laboratory.