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eRA (Electronic Research Administration) SBIR Public Briefing. March 4, 2002 Jerry Stuck. Agenda. Welcome Overview of eRA SBIR Opportunity – Jerry Stuck Overview of eRA Project – Jerry Stuck

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  • Welcome
  • Overview of eRA SBIR Opportunity – Jerry Stuck
  • Overview of eRA Project – Jerry Stuck
  • NIH Electronic Research Administration:NIH Commons Interface to the Extramural Grantee Community – George Stone, Ph.D.
  • Introduction to Data Standards – Paul Markovitz
  • Questions and Answers
overview of era sbir opportunity

Overview of eRA SBIR Opportunity

Jerry Stuck

Coordinator of Commons Activities

eRA Project

background nih grants
Background - NIH Grants
  • ~$13.5 Billion in FY2000
  • 50,000 Grantees Worldwide
  • Applicants submit ~47,000 competing research and research training applications each year
background nih grantees
Background – NIH Grantees
  • In FY2000, NIH provided research support to:
    • >2,500 institutions, universities, medical schools, research institutes, and for-profit and not-for-profit organizations
    • >$1M to 663 institutions
    • >$10M to 200 institutions
    • >$100M to 40 institutions
background era project
Background – eRA Project
  • Electronic research administration (eRA) is NIH’s infrastructure for conducting electronic transactions for the receipt, monitoring, and administration of NIH grant awards to biomedical investigators worldwide
  • eRA integrates two parallel systems: NIH Commons and IMPAC II
    • NIH Commons is the external grantee customer interface
    • IMPAC II is the internal NIH customer interface

200,000,000 Pieces of Paper

eRA Objective = Full Electronic Grants Administration

~ 100,000 Applicants / 2,200 Grantee Institutions Worldwide

~ 100,000 Applicants / 2,000 Grantee Institutions Worldwide


NIH Transactional Database



NIH Transactional Database


1.6 million transactions daily

3,500 Users from OD & IC’s

research objectives
Research Objectives
  • A large number of NIH grantee organizations will not independently develop capabilities to interact fully with NIH Commons
  • Purpose is to stimulate the development of applications and services that could be purchased by or licensed to these NIH grantee organizations
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Research Objectives
  • This opportunity is NOT intended to support the development of software or services for the NIH eRA Project
    • eRA Project is funded and supported by existing NIH staff and contractors
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Research Objectives
  • NIH’s intention is to receive datastream input from grantee organizations based on government-wide data standards
    • XML DTD
      • Grant Applications and Notice of Grant Awards
      • Grants Data Dictionary:
  • Expect to refine data standards while working with SBIR awardees and other federal and customer groups
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Research Objectives
  • NIH Services
    • Register with the NIH Commons
    • Create and Update Organizational and Professional Profiles
    • Submit Competitive Grant Applications
    • Check Status of pending actions
    • Submit Non-competing progress reports
    • Submit Invention Disclosures
    • Receive Notice of Grant Award
  • Certification process will be developed working with Phase II awardees
    • Resulting in Certification of software/services developed by Phase II awardees
    • Certification could be given for applications that perform some, but not all, Commons functions