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To enable NIAID to restrict the use of award funds for an otherwise apparent successful offeror who does not meet all requirements for conducting human subjects research.
NIAID issues an unrestricted award that allows an offeror to conduct research on human subjects research if both of these criteria are met:
NIAID issues a restricted award when one or both of those criteria are not met. The contract includes language restricting research on human subjects until the issues are resolved.
This SOP describes the restricted award process.
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Decision Trees for Human Subjects Requirements
NIH's Policy Topic: Human Subjects Protection
HHSAR 352.270-8, Protection of Human Subjects
NIH Policy Manual 6380-1, Contracts Involving Human Subjects
Office for Human Research Protections
Trans NIAID Clinical Research Toolkit
Last Updated March 27, 2012
Last Reviewed March 27, 2012