RESTORATION OF DELETED FUNDS

NIH Guide, Volume 22, Number 17, April 30, 1993



P.T. 34



Keywords:

  Grants Administration/Policy+ 



Division of Research Grants



Some grant applications have been received, either as research project

grant applications or as supplemental grant applications, that request

restoration of funds that were administratively deleted by the funding

component.  It should be noted that, in general, these applications

will not be accepted for review unless they have been substantially

changed from the original submission.  For example, if a specific aim

has been deleted in the original funded application, a research project

grant application seeking funds to restore that specific aim MUST show

substantive expansion and/or changes in order to be considered for

review.



Questions or comments may be directed to Dr. Samuel Joseloff at

301/435-0714.



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