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Title: Enhancing Public Access and Transparency on NIH Research through Reporting (or where ARRA we heading?)


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Enhancing Public Access and Transparency on NIH
Research through Reporting (or where ARRA we
heading?)
  • Presented at the Association of Independent
    Research Institutes 2009 Annual Meeting
  • October 6, 2009
  • Robin M. Wagner, PhD, MS
  • Chief, Reporting Branch
  • Office of Extramural Research (OER)
  • Office of the Director (OD)


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Todays Speaker
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Acknowledgments
  • Reporting Branch Staff, OER
  • Rediet Berhane, MUP
  • Matthew Eblen, MPIA
  • Natalie Graham, MS
  • Susan Ivey, MA
  • Carl McCabe, PhD, MA
  • Katrina Pearson
  • Lindsay Pool, MPH
  • Emilee Pressman, MPH
  • OER OD
  • James Onken, PhD
  • Dorit Zuk, PhD

4
Overview
  • Major milestones for NIH in 2009
  • Received American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
    (ARRA) funds
  • Enhanced reporting of NIH research investments
    through RePORT Website
  • Will present preliminary data on FY 2009 ARRA
    grants with awarded status in IMPACII as of
    10/02/09
  • Excludes some last minute grant awards
  • Will not discuss ARRA contract awards
  • Will describe and conduct live demo of RePORT
    Website

Accountability is key to NIHs ability to
continue to attract new resources to maximize
health impact and strengthen the biomedical
research workforce
5
NIHs Non-ARRA Budget in FY 2009
Total NIH Budget Authority FY 2009 Enacted
30,553,000
Other
Research Mgmt Support
Intramural Research
Research Project Grants
RD Contracts
Research Training
Other Research
Research Centers
6
President Obama Signs Recovery Act
  • NIH is grateful to President Obama, Congress, and
    the American people for the opportunity for NIH
    to play its part in improving the Nations health
    and economy

7
Investing in Biomedical Research through ARRA
  • Accelerate biomedical research
  • Fund already reviewed meritorious applications
  • Launch new programs that focus on innovation
    Challenge, Signature, Grand Opportunity
  • Create and preserve jobs in every state across
    the nation
  • Over 50,000 jobs over the next two years

Over 30,000 applications!
To ARRA is Human!
8
NIH ARRA Appropriation by Mechanism
Total NIH ARRA Funding 10.4 Billion
Expect about 13,000 award actions and 5B
obligated in FY2009
Data as of 10/2/2009
9
FY 2009 ARRA Timeline
10
NIH ARRA Grant Awards to All Grantees and AIRI
Members by Award Type
Total NIH ARRA Awards 4,353,713,575 N12,786
Awards
Total AIRI ARRA Awards 317,944,822 N674 Awards
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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NIH ARRA Grant Awards by Award Type and
Solicitation
Other

Competitive revisions were previously called
competitive supplements
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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12
Total ARRA Grant Dollars Awarded by NIH
Institute and Center (IC)
Number of Awards Total 12,786
NIH IC
Total ARRA Dollars Awarded by NIH in FY 2009
4.4B
Awarded (millions)
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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New ARRA NIH-Wide Programs
  • Challenge Grants
  • Grand Opportunities (GO Grants)
  • Recruit new faculty to conduct research
  • Provide summer jobs for high school / college
    students and teachers to work in science labs
  • AREA (R15) Grants

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All NIH ARRA Grant Awards by Program and Award
Type
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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NIH ARRA Grant Awards to AIRI Members by Program
and Award Type
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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Challenge Grants
  • Challenge Grants provide
  • Priority avenues of research, including 237
    scientific topics in 15 broad scientific areas
  • Up to 500K total costs/year for up to two years
  • Over 20,000 applications received!
  • Awarded 394M to 854 projects

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Broad Challenge Areas
Broad Challenge Area of Applications Received
(01) Behavior, Behavioral Change and Prevention 6.5
(02) Bioethics 1.5
(03) Biomarker Discovery and Validation 11
(04) Clinical Research 9.5
(05) Comparative Effectiveness Research 9.3
(06) Enabling Technologies 19.8
(07) Enhancing Clinical Trials 1
(08) Genomics 4.4
(09) Health Disparities 3.8
(10) IT for Processing Health Care Data 2.5
(11) Regenerative Medicine 3.6
(12) STEM Education 2.5
(13) Smart Biomaterials 2.2
(14) Stem Cells 3
(15) Translational Research 18.6
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Total Dollars Awarded for Challenge Grants by
NIH IC
Number of Awards Total854
NIH IC
Total Challenge Grant Dollars Awarded by NIH in
FY 2009 393.8M
Awarded (millions)
Preliminary data drawn 10/2/2009
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Challenge Grants Program Interim Observations
  • The extraordinary response clearly indicates that
    the biomedical research community has enormous
    untapped capacity and potential
  • The short-term effects of the program align well
    with the goals of ARRA
  • The program also will have long-term effects
  • Scientific progress will add to future advances
  • Additional demand will continue to stress system
    infrastructure

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Grand Opportunity Grants
  • Grand Opportunity (GO) Grants
  • High impact
  • Well defined
  • Large scale
  • Over 500,000 per year
  • Over 2000 applications received
  • Awarded 625M to 376 projects

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New Faculty
  • Core Centers for Enhancing Research Capacity
  • in U.S. Academic Institutions (P30)
  • Newly trained scientists
  • Start-up packages
  • Pilot research projects
  • Over 600 applications

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Summer Jobs in Research for Students and Teachers
  • Engage students and educators in research
  • Encourage students to pursue research careers
  • Provide summer internships at NIH-funded
    laboratories for science teachers
  • Over 1,339 awards to virtually every state, 45M
    4,000 jobs over the two summers (09 and 10)

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Academic Research Enhancement Awards (AREA)
  • Applicants must be a domestic (U.S.) institution
    or organization located in the 50 states,
    territories and possessions of the U.S.
  • Offer a baccalaureate or advanced degrees in
    sciences related to biomedical and behavioral
    sciences
  • Institution received less than 6.0 million in
    each of four or more of the last 7 years
  • 300,000 direct costs for up to 3 years

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Other ARRA Programs
FOA Due Date Funding Date
NCMHD Community Participation in Health Disparities Intervention Research Planning Phase (R24) 6/30/09 FY09
NCMHD Exploratory Centers of Excellence (P20) 7/01/09 FY09
NCMHD Dissertation Research Award to Increase Diversity (R36) 6/30/09 FY09
NCRR High End Instrumentation (S10) 5/06/09 FY09
NCRR Core Facility Renovation, Repair, Improvement (G20) 9/17/09 FY10
NCRR Extramural Facilities Improvement 5/06/09 6/17/09 7/17/09 FY10
NIH Biomedical Research, Development, and Growth to Spur the Acceleration of New Technologies (BRDG-SPAN) Pilot Program (RC3) 9/01/09 FY10
NIH Small Business Catalyst Awards for Accelerating Innovative Research (R43) 9/01/09 FY10
NIAID Protection of Human Health by Immunology and Vaccines (U01, U19) 10/15/09 FY10
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ARRA Reporting Requirements
  • All ARRA grants must have separate accounts and
    draw downs are from each account
  • Includes supplements
  • Quarterly reporting through www.FederalReporting.g
    ov
  • No later than 10 calendar days after each
    calendar quarter in which the recipient receives
    the award
  • Reports are cumulative each quarter and include
  • award amount
  • project description
  • project location
  • percent project completed
  • number of jobs created/retained
  • Established NIH reporting requirements
    http//grants.nih.gov/recovery/recipient_reporting
    .html

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Enhanced Public Access and Transparency through
Reporting Pre-dates ARRA
  • The NIH Reform Act of 2006
  • Required establishment of an electronic system to
    uniformly code research grants and activities of
    NIH Office of the Director and research ICs
  • The electronic system was required to
  • be searchable by a variety of codes, such as
    grant type, IC, and public health area of
    interest
  • when permissible, provide information on relevant
    literature and patents associated with NIH
    supported research
  • Led to the Research, Condition, and Disease
    Categorization and new NIH RePORT Website

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Research, Condition, and Disease Categorization
(RCDC)
  • Knowledge management tool to mine text data to
    perform research categorization
  • Benefits
  • Improve reliability and consistency of disease
    coding across NIH ICs
  • Speed up disease coding process
  • Standardize and facilitate budget reporting by
    disease topics
  • Increase transparency and scientific validity
  • Starting in FY 2007, all NIH research grants,
    contracts and intramural projects are classified
    to RCDC disease or condition categories
    (currently 215)

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RePORT Website
and more
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RePORT Website Features
  • Release of new, expanded NIH Data Book
  • GIS mapping of awards
  • (uses institutional mailing address)
  • Introduction of dynamic reports
  • Creation of new reporting concepts
  • ARRA reports

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RePORT Website Continuously Updated NIH ARRA
Information
  • Interactive Website provides ARRA funding
    information by state, congressional district, and
    institution

http//report.nih.gov/recovery/arragrants.cfm
31
RePORTER Project Database
  • New searchable RePORT Expenditures and
  • Results database (RePORTER) on NIH research
  • projects (v1.0) became available to public in
    June
  • Can export hit lists to Microsoft Excel
  • Shows publications and patents citing grant
    support
  • Links to PubMed, PubMed Central, USPTO
  • Recovery Act award search
  • CRISP is retired with release of production
    v1.0

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Planned Enhancements to RePORT Website in FY
2010
  • Customizable data books
  • IC-specific RePORTs
  • Interactive charts
  • Explore integration with other databases (e.g.,
    clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Analyze/chart/map/present search results
  • Save favorites searches and portfolios
  • Set alerts for new grants/publications/patents
  • Export of RePORTER database as a bulk download
    and/or web service

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Online Demonstration of NIH RePORT
Transparency Access Public Trust
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Thank You!
  • Robin M. Wagner, PhD, MS
  • Chief, Reporting Branch
  • Division of Information Services
  • Office of Research Information Systems
  • Office of Extramural Research
  • Office of the Director
  • National Institutes of Health
  •  
  • Address
  • 6705 Rockledge Dr., Suite 4090, Room 4176
  • Bethesda, MD  20892
  •  
  • Office 301-443-5234
  • Cell    301-219-9788
  • Fax    301-480-2845
  • Web  http//report.nih.gov
  •  
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