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Federal Demonstration Partnership Meeting August 2010 Washington, DC. National Science Foundation Update. Ask Early, Ask Often. Beth Strausser Senior Policy Specialist, Policy Office, Division of Institution & Award Support 703.292.8243 bstrauss@nsf.gov Policy Office 703.292.8243

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    1. Federal Demonstration Partnership Meeting August 2010 Washington, DC National Science Foundation Update

    2. Ask Early, Ask Often • Beth Strausser • Senior Policy Specialist, Policy Office, Division of Institution & Award Support • 703.292.8243 • bstrauss@nsf.gov • Policy Office • 703.292.8243 • policy@nsf.gov

    3. Topics Covered • Recent Personnel Announcements/Changes • America COMPETES Act Update • NSF Implementation Activities • National Science Board Task Force on Merit Review

    4. Recent Personnel Changes/Announcements • Dr. Subra Suresh nominated as NSF Director • Dr. Cora Marrett nominated as Deputy Director • Dr. Edward Seidel named as Assistant Director (MPS) • Dr. Jose Munoz named Chief Technology Officer • Dr. Alan Blatecky named Acting Director of the Office of Cyberinfrastructure (OCI)

    5. America COMPETES ACT NSF Implementation Activities

    6. SEC 7009: Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) “The Director shall require that each institution that applies for financial assistance from the Foundation for science and engineering research or education describe in its grant proposal a plan to provide appropriate training and oversight in the responsible and ethical conduct of research to undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers participating in the proposed research project.”

    7. SEC 7009: Responsible Conduct of Research (Cont’d) • Implementation: • Effective January 4, 2010, a proposing institution's AOR must certify that the institution has a plan to provide appropriate training and oversight in the responsible and ethical conduct of research to undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers who will be supported by NSF to conduct research.

    8. NSF Resources • Funded on-line resources • NSF Award 0936857, PI: Fountain, University of Massachusetts, Amherst http://www.umass.edu/sts/digitallibrary/ • NSF Award 0936865, PI: Hollander, National Academy of Sciences http://www.onlineethics.org/CMS/about/UserGuide/18848.aspx • RCR Page on the NSF Policy Website • http://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/rcr.jsp • Federal Register Notices • FAQs • International Research Integrity

    9. SEC 7010: Reporting of Research Results • Section 7010 requires that all final project reports and citations of published research documents resulting from research funded, in whole or in part, by the Foundation, are made available to the public in a timely manner and in electronic form through the Foundation's Website.

    10. SEC 7010: Reporting of Research Results (Cont’d) • Effective January 4, 2010, new awards and funding increments to existing awards include the new requirement. • The new report will be prepared and submitted via Research.gov and requires PIs to prepare a summary – specifically for the public – on the nature and outcomes of the award. • New capability available on August 20! • PIs, Co-PIs, and SPOs are notified that an award is due via: • Research.gov Project Outcomes Report Dashboard (PIs, Co-PIs) • FastLane Project Reports system • Due and Overdue email notifications

    11. How PIs will submit PORs 1a. Via R.gov 4a. Submit a Report Log directly into Research.gov PIs and Co-PIs complete and submit their report 2. Log-in to Research.gov 3. View the Homepage Log into Research.gov From the Research.gov Homepage, PIs and Co-PIs can: See the Project Outcomes Report Dashboard on home page See the number and status of required reports that are due, overdue, submitted, and not yet due Click on link to view, prepare, and submit reports 1b. Via FastLane Login to FastLane, view notification and redirect to R.gov 4b. Add Addenda to an Existing Report To modify the report or update the record of an award’s outcomes, PIs and Co-PIs can add unlimited addenda to a report 1a. Via Email Notification Receive email notification and redirect to R.gov Quickly and easily fulfill reporting requirements using the customer friendly Project Outcomes Reporting tool PIs and Co-PIs log into Research.gov… PIs and Co-PIs receive notification that they have a report due View the status of upcoming, due, and submitted reports

    12. Section 7013: Cost Sharing • NSB Cost Sharing Report • ACA directed NSB to evaluate decision to eliminate cost sharing • This is the second comprehensive report and set of recommendations • NSF has developed an appropriate implementation strategy which is currently at OMB/OIRA for clearance

    13. Coming Soon! • An updated version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide • Release, October 2010 • Anticipated Major Changes Include: • Data Management Plans • Cost Sharing • Project/Performance Site Location

    14. National Science BoardTask Force on Merit Review • Established in spring 2010 to review the use and utility of the two merit review criteria • Are the criteria fulfilling the original intent? • Will be seeking input in fall and winter from all stakeholder communities to understand how the criteria are interpreted and used, and the impact the criteria have had • Task Force hopes to complete work and present recommendations by fall 2011