American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)
and TERMS & CONDITIONS
for ARRA-Funded Awards
- from the General ARRA FAQ:
Q: Are there special reporting requirements for NIH’s ARRA programs?
A: Yes. In addition to the NIH General Terms of Award, there are special reporting requirements for recipients of ARRA funds.
The ARRA reporting requirements must be met on a quarterly basis. The mechanism for submitting these reports is still under development. Details on the information that must be reported are provided in Section V of each of NIH’s ARRA Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs).
- Standard Terms and Conditions
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
Division A Funds -- issued
March 2, 2009, revised July 6, 2009.
These terms and conditions are specific to Department of Health & Human Services (NIH) awards made under the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act.
- NIH, on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, issued a notice concerning no cost extensions on Recovery Act research awards. The agency announced, "...that NIH expects all grant activities are to be completed consistent with the schedule of the approved project period. While the NIH Terms of Award provide for extending the final budget period of a project period for up to twelve months to allow for completion of the planned project; prior approval requests for additional extensions will only be considered in very limited circumstances."
Last update: March 23, 2011 (MS)