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eRA COMMONS and ASSIST
The NIH eRA Commons is a web-based system that allows NIH extramural grantee organizations, grantees, and the public to receive and transmit information electronically about the administration of research. The eRA Commons website can be found at https://commons.era.nih.gov/commons/.
To be able to use the NIH eRA Commons you must be registered as a user. Contact UND Grants & Contracts Administration for information about registering at 777-4151.
The NIH eRA Commons is organized into sections. The most used sections for Principal Investigators are the following sections:
The ASSIST tab manages proposals. NIH proposals may be submitted through ASSIST or Grants.gov Workspace.
The Personal Profile section lets users maintain their personal information on file at the NIH including information such as degrees, publications, and contact information.
The RPPR section is for progress reports.
This section lets Principal Investigators review the current status of all their grant applications and review detailed information associated with the grant. Signing Officials or Administrative Officials associated with the institution are able to see a summary view of grant applications, review Notices of Grant Award, and access Progress Report face pages.