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Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR)
The Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) is a federal-wide uniform progress report format for use by all federal agencies that provide sponsored funding. Each federal agency has a different implementation timeline.
Annual RPPR: Required for all annual noncompeting (Type 5) NIH awards.
Interim RPPR: Effective Feb. 9, 2017, if a renewal application has been submitted on or before the date by which a Final Research Performance Progress Report (Final-RPPR) would be required for the current competitive segment, then submission of an "Interim-RPPR" via eRA Commons is required.
Final RPPR: Required effective Jan. 1, 2017.
NOT-OD-17-074: NIH Reminds Recipients to Submit Complete, Timely, and Accurate Progress and Financial Reports
NOT-OD-18-103: NIH will Make the Project Outcomes Section of all Interim and Final RPPRs Submitted on or After October 1, 2017 Available via the NIH RePORTER
Tips and Resources:
- Click on the blue question marks throughout the RPPR to access additional information.
- Review the final PDF before submitting. The PDF is what the NIH sees.
- There are questions about foreign components related to first-tier subawards issued to foreign organizations. You will need to provide the dollar amount of the subaward by country. In another section you will list each organization's name, country, and project activities.
- Individual Development Plans (IDPs) for NIH RPPRs - NOT-OD-14-113: Effective Oct. 1, 2014, the progress report must include a section to describe how IDPs are used to identify and promote the career goals of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers associated with the award. If you receive an email regarding IDPs, please forward the email and provide the requested information to your SPA team. SPA will then respond to NIH. In some cases, the noncompeting continuation award may not be released until this information has been received.
- Initiating the RPPR
- NIH RPPR Training for Grantees Webinar
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need to route the RPPR in Kuali Coeus?
- No, routing is not required.
Do I need to fill in the Recipient ID?
- No, UMB will not use this field.
Who is my Signing Official?
- Contact your SPA team to find out who will review your RPPR. It is very important to list someone on your SPA team since an email notification will be sent to the Signing Official that action is needed on the RPPR.
Who is my Administrative Official?
- Select the manager of your SPA team.
What if one of the publications that needs to be associated with the RPPR is "noncompliant" with NIH Public Access Compliance?