Creating Biomedical Technologies to Improve Health

RESEARCH FUNDING

FY 2016 Financial Management Plan

Note: The payline is subject to revision as the year progresses. 

Paylines1, Expanded Opportunity Zone2, and Administrative Reductions for Competing Applications:

GRANT Mechanism

Percentile or priority score PAYLINE

Administrative BUDGET Reduction (%)

R01+

14%++

10% cut

Expanded Opportunity Zone (EOZ)2 28% negotiated

R21

10%

No reduction

R15, R03

14%

No reduction

P41

#

No reduction

U01

#

10% cut

F32, F33

##

No reduction

T32

*

No reduction

K01, K08, K23, K24, K25, K99/R00

**

No reduction

SBIR

***

No reduction

STTR

****

No reduction

Administrative Year Reductions:
No administrative reductions for BRP and P41 grants. Non-BRP R01 grants will be limited to 4 years or 48 months of funding.

Notes:

1. Except for the Expanded Opportunity Zone (EOZ) category, most applications within this percentile will be funded.
2. R01 and R03 applications in the EOZ, from the 15th to the 28th percentile, may be selected for funding based on high program priority, and subject to availability of funds. The EOZ for R21 applications is 11th to 24th percentile.
+ No fixed payline exists for R01 applications received under PAR-14-092 (BRP) and PA-14-156. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.
++ For new investigators the percentile will be 5% higher, i.e. 19%.
# No fixed payline exists for P41 and U01 awards. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.
## No fixed payline exists for F awards. A limited number of awards are available for highly meritorious applications.
* Funding plans for T32 awards in FY16 will be based on available funds and programmatic considerations.
** New K awards will be highly competitive.
*** Awards will be selected based on impact score and programmatic priority to meet the set aside. Current estimate is a funding to an impact score of 24.
**** Awards will be selected based on impact score and programmatic priority to meet the set aside.

 

 

No administrative reductions are planned for noncompeting awards.