NIH Research Performance Progress Report

Effective with the May 15th progress report submission deadline (awards with July 1, 2013 or later anniversary date), the RPPR is required to be submitted instead of the eSNAP. RPPR is not yet in use for non-SNAP awards.  For those awards, PIs will continue to submit non-SNAP progress reports using the standard paper process as described in the Non-Competing Continuation Progress Report PHS2590 until further notice.

What information does the RPRR collect?

What is different about the RPPR?

RPPR Resources

What do I do if I have a Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) due to NIH?
Contact your project administrator. Your project administrator will confirm that you have an active eRA Commons ID which is required for submitting the RPPR report.  You will log into eRA Commons to initiate the RPPR.

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