Updates for PAR-16-098 "Cooperative Research Agreements Related to World Trade Center Health Program (U01)"

Notice Number: NOT-OH-17-011

Key Dates
Release Date:  August 2, 2017

Related Announcements

PAR-16-098

Issued by
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH))

Purpose

The following changes are hereby made to the announcement:

Section 1. Funding Opportunity Description

Length of the Award Project Period for "Intermediate-Term" and "Short-Term" Projects
The maximum project period that can be requested is three years. The total budget for a three-year project may not exceed $500K. The total budget for a two-year project may not exceed $350K.

Type of Project

Project Period

Total Cost per Year

Intermediate-term

Up to three years

Up to $500K

Short-term

Up to two years

Up to $350K

Section IV. Application and Submission Information

Page Limitations for the Research Strategy component of the application for both intermediate-term and short-term projects is increased from eight pages to 10 pages. This is to allow space for the Data Management Plan. See Notice of Plans for NIOSH Implementation of Data Management and Access Policy. NOT-OH-17-006.

Section V. Application Review Information

2. Review and Selection Process
Following initial peer review, the NIOSH Secondary Review Council (SRC) will provide a second level of review for programmatic relevance and balance. Applications submitted in response to this funding opportunity will compete for available funds with all other recommended applications. The following additional item will be considered in making funding decisions:

  • "Outputs and outcomes of the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) research portfolio."

 

Section VII. Agency Contacts

Financial/Grants Management Contact(s)
Jenise A. Yawn, MFT
Grants Management Specialist, CDC/OCOO/OFR/OGS
2960 Brandywine Road, Mailstop E-01
Atlanta, GA 30341
Telephone: 770-488-2720
Email: koy5@cdc.gov

Inquiries

Please direct all inquiries to:

Travis Kubale, PhD
CDC/NIOSH/OEP
1600 Clifton Road NE, Mailstop E74
Atlanta, GA 30329-4018
Telephone: 513-841-4461
TKubale@cdc.gov