Beginning October 1, grantees no longer were required to submit a full grant application to determine eligibility for funding of a successive budget period within their approved project period.
Instead, grantees need only to submit the streamlined Non-Competing Continuation Progress Report for continued funding of the next budget period.
The new Non-Competing Continuation (NCC) Progress Report includes the following:
Eligibility for continued funding is based on
NCC Progress Reports are submitted directly into HRSA Electronic Handbooks (EHBs) as post-award submissions. New and competing applications will continue to be submitted via Grants.gov.
Phase 1: NCC Progress Report (in progress)
EHB e-mail notifications are sent at least 120 days prior to the budget period renewal date. The notification is sent to the Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) listed on the most recent Notice of Grant Award, alerting the PD/PI that the NCC Progress Report is available to access and when the report is due in EHB.
Phase 2: NCC Progress Report- (later this calendar year)
Changes will include capturing all out-year budgets for all remaining budget periods, eventually phasing out the need for budgets in the NCC Progress Report.
Log in to HRSA EHBs.
If you do not have a HRSA EHB account, select the registration link on the left to create your account in two simple steps:
Click on the “Grant Portfolio” link on the left menu.
If the grant does not appear in the Grants list, and you have NOT previously added it to your grants portfolio, follow the steps below:
If you have already added the grant to your Grants Portfolio and the grant does not appear in the Grants List, you may have to change to the organization that is associated to the grant. Follow the steps below to switch organizations:
Non-Competing Continuation User Guide (PDF - 5.16MB ) for all programs except the Health Center Program
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