|Active Grant||A grant meeting the following criteria:
1. Today's date is between the budget start and end dates.
2. The grant has an eRA System (IMPAC II) application status code of "Awarded. Non-fellowships only." or "Awarded. Fellowships only."
|Activity Code||A 3-character code used to identify a specific category of extramural research activity, applied to various funding mechanisms. NIH uses three funding mechanisms for extramural research awards: grants, cooperative agreements and contracts. Within each funding mechanism, NIH uses 3-character activity codes (e.g., F32, K08, P01, R01, T32, etc.) to differentiate the wide variety of research-related programs NIH supports. A comprehensive list of activity codes may be found on the Types of Grant Programs Web page.
|Administrative IC||The NIH Institute or Center to which the Center for Scientific Review (CSR) routes NIH grant applications for a funding decision. An I/C may request to change this assignment if the application is more suited to another I/C. Also referred to as primary assignment.
|Administrative Supplement||A request for (or the award of) additional funds during a current project period to provide for an increase in costs due to unforeseen circumstances. All additional costs must be within the scope of the peer reviewed and approved project.
|Application Types||Type l New
Type 2 Competing continuation (a.k.a. renewal, re-competing)
Type 3 Competing Revision/Administrative Supplement Application for for additional (supplemental) support to cover increased costs (non-competing administrative supplement) or to expand the scope of work (competing revision)
Type 4 Extension- Request for additional years of support beyond the years previously awarded. Used only for select programs
Type 5 Non-competing continuation
Type 6 Successor-In-Interest
Type 7 Change of grantee institution
Type 8 Change of NIH awarding IC for a non-competing record
Type 9 Change of NIH awarding IC for a Renewal application
Amended - See Resubmission
Contract Types - See Contract Transaction Types
|Award||The provision of funds by NIH, based on an approved application and budget or progress report, to an organizational entity or an individual to carry out a project or activity.
|Awarding IC||The NIH Institute or Center responsible for the award, administration, and monitoring of grant supported activities.