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What is the purpose?

Just-in-Time at NIHThe Just-in-Time feature of the eRA Commons allows a Signing Official to electronically submit additional grant application information qualifying for Just-In-Time submission, when requested by the grantor agency, after the completion of the peer review of a grant application and prior to funding.

The Just-In-Time feature is available for applications meeting established business criteria.  In general this feature becomes available for applications that fall within a certain percentile or priority score ranges.  However, applicants should not submit any Just-In-Time information until specifically requested by the agency.  These requests can be eRA-system generated e-mails or contacts directly from the specific awarding agency via e-mail and/or phone.

NIH is the only agency that uses the Just-in-Time concept as currently designed in the Commons.

What are the features?

What are the Benefits?

Allows applicant institutions to electronically submit requested information in a timely fashion when requested by the grantor agency.

Who can use the Just-in-Time Feature?

As with use of all eRA Commons-based features, a Commons username and password are needed to log in.

This page last reviewed: January 23, 2009