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This standard operating procedure (SOP) includes the following sections: Purpose, Procedure, Contacts, and Links.
To require NIH-funded investigators and extramural staff to submit final peer-reviewed manuscripts to a public archive of research publications and to show evidence of compliance with the public access policy in applications, proposals, and progress reports.
NIH's public access policy has two requirements:
Public access covers manuscripts that report research funded in whole or in part by NIH. This includes grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, fellowships, and intramural research. For further details, go to Determine Applicability on the National Institutes of Health Public Access site.
Compliance is a legal requirement and a standard term and condition of NIH grant awards.
Grantees with questions should read Communicating With NIAID—How to Get Help.
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Copyright and Publication for Grantees Questions and Answers
My Bibliography: Award Compliance Reports in PDF for eRA Commons Users
My NCBI's Welcome to the Public Access Compliance Monitor
Progress Reports Questions and Answers
Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) SOP
NIH's Public Access Frequently Asked Questions
Last Updated November 18, 2014
Last Reviewed May 04, 2015