Status Information is a collection of grant information and links to grant-related documents stored in one place. Status Information is accessed by clicking the Application Number (link) from any result screen in the Status module.
The screen displays the following sections of information:
Contacts: Names, phone numbers, and email addresses for grant-related contacts
Latest Update: Displays the latest changes affecting the application.
eRA Service Desk: This section contains the contact information and operating hours for the Service Desk. The Service Desk can address most technical, functional, and account-related questions.
Screen Tools: Under the title of the screen (Status Information) is a row that contains tools to manage the screen content.
Application Information: At the top of the screen, under the screen tools, is a section which contains the following application information:
Status: Includes basic information describing the current disposition of the application using the following data points:
Other Relevant Documents: Includes links to grant-related documents.
Additions for Review: Contains supplemental documents/files that were provided to the SRO to further support the application and/or individual sections.
Review: This section contains the following subsections and content:
Institute/Center Assignment: Displays the assignment history for the application.
Status History: Provides a history of the life of the application from submitted to awarded.
Awards: Details on awarded dollar amounts.
Reference Letter(s): A list of submitted references letters.
PIs can also view reference letter information in the Reference Letter section of their Personal Profile.
Award Terms. Optionally, an Award Terms section might appear.
If you click Term Tracker, you see the View Terms Tracking Details screen; see Viewing Award Terms Tracking from Status Module.
TIP: *Other Transaction Authority (OTA) - Some screens and terminology may be different in order to accommodate review of OTA, a type of award that is neither a grant nor a contract but a different way of funding that is being used across NIH. These changes will typically not be visible to NIH or agency reviewers.