Paylines & Funding

Paylines & Funding

Here we describe NIAID paylines and financial information for the current fiscal year (FY). Then, we give background information on how opportunity planning ties in with each fiscal year’s budget cycle. Lastly, we cover how paylines and budget information changes throughout the year.

Financial Information for FY 2017

Updated March 21, 2017. NIH is operating under a continuing resolution (CR) through April 28, 2017. Updated salary cap. 

NIAID Paylines

Paylines are the funding cutoff points for grant applications. NIAID has interim paylines for all grant types except training (T32).

Financial Management Plan

NIAID sets funding levels for grants, renewal cap, and selective pay and bridge pools. We are operating under a continuing resolution (CR) through April 28, 2017. Legislative mandates continue.

NIAID Budget Data Comparisons

Compare our most recent data for enacted, operating, and President’s budgets.

Salary Cap & Stipends

Congress sets the salary cap for grantees and contractors and stipend levels for trainees and fellows.

Background on NIAID Funding Opportunity Planning and the Budget Cycle

Learn more about the flow of budget events through the fiscal year.

Paylines and Budget Information Changes Throughout the Year

We update the pages above as soon as we get new information. Learn more about when to expect updates.

Understand Paylines and Percentiles

Learn how your overall impact/priority score for your R01 application is converted into a percentile, how NIH calculates percentiles, and why it uses them.

How NIAID Makes Funding Decisions and Your Next Steps 

Learn how NIAID decides and what you should do at this stage.

Archive of Final NIAID Paylines by Fiscal Year

See older paylines from previous fiscal years.

Have Questions?

Your program officer can give you application advice, NIAID's perspective on your research, and confirmation that NIAID will accept your application. You can find your POs contact information in your eRA Commons account or on your summary statement. 

Learn more about how and when to contact a program officer or grants management specialist.

Content last reviewed on March 21, 2017