Closing out an NIH Grant

Follow the diagram below which gives information regarding the closeout of an NIH award:

If grant is subject to SNAP and there is a carry forward greater than 25% of the total or ≥$250K Complete the NIH eRA Commons ESNAP (the preferred format) or form PHS2590 progress report and indicate that YES the carryover will exceed the 25% allowed. In the justification section, provide sufficient programmatic reasoning for the request and how the funds will be applied to the program in the future. Submit the ESNAP to OSP 45 days or form PHS2590 60 days prior to the end date.
If grant is subject to SNAP and there is not a carry forward greater than 25% of the total or ≥ $250K Call GCA to confirm that the carryover is less than 25% or $250K. Complete the NIH eRA Commons ESNAP (the preferred format) or progress report (form PHS2590) and indicate that the carryover will not exceed the 25% allowed. Submit the ESNAP to OSP 45 days or Form PHS2590 60 days prior to the end date.
If grant is not subject to SNAP (i.e., program projects, training grants, cooperative agreements) Complete progress report (PHS2590) and submit this report to OSP 60 days prior to the end date of the grant year.
Grant Life Cycle step 1: Generate Your Idea Step 2: Find Funding Step 3: Develop Your Proposal Step 4: Submit Your Proposal Step 5: Manage Your Award step 6: Share Your Research