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Strategy for NIH Funding
Navigation for the Strategy for NIH Funding. Link to Part 1. Qualify for NIH Funding. Link to Part 2. Pick and Design a Project. Link to Part 3. Write Your Application. Link to Part 4. Submit Your Application. Link to Part 5. Assignment and Review. Link to Part 6. If Not Funded. Link to Part 7. Funding.

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Part 4. Submit Your Application

In this part, you will learn the ins and outs of submitting, which involves a series of actions you take together with the appointed business official in your grants business office, called the AOR—authorized organizational representative.

To submit on time, it is helpful to understand how all aspects of submitting work, from what constitutes an on-time submission to Grants.gov to how to get through validations and use the viewing window to your advantage. Here we also tell you about system and security settings and other actions to take to help you bypass—or fix—problems you encounter along the way.

Learn what to include in your cover letter, when you may submit a late application, where to find key contacts, and what to do if you are not satisfied with the application after you submit it.

This part applies to any application using electronic submission.

Pages for Part 4

For a more detailed view of the structure, see Part 4 in the Table of Contents for the Strategy.

Strategy for NIH Funding
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Table of Contents for the Strategy

We welcome your comments, questions, or suggestions. Email deaweb@niaid.nih.gov.

Last Updated August 27, 2013

Last Reviewed August 27, 2013