Kim Laursen, Education Coordinator for UNMC Information Technology Services shared the following:
The NIH Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) system is now required for all progress reports (NOT-OD-13-035). The RPPR is an initiative to establish a uniform format for interim performance reporting on Federally-funded research and research-related activities.
If you are an NIH funded investigator or support staff, plan to attend the June 6 Research Users Group (RUG) session to understand how RPPR, My NCBI (NOT-OD-13-017) and Public Access compliance (NOT-OD-12-160) fit together in the Products section of the RPPR system.
This session, presented by Robin Taylor, will be from 10-11 a.m. in room 1004 of the Durham Research Center. No registration is required.
In addition, Melody Montgomery will be presenting “Writing with Focus, Precision and Concision” on June 25 from 2-2:50 p.m. in DRC 1004. For more information about this session go to http://www.unmc.edu/vcr/rug.htm . No registration is required for this session. Just remember to mark your calendar!