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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION APPLICATION FORM PHS2590 For applications under SNAP (Streamlined NonCompeting Award Procedures)
 

Summary: SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION APPLICATION FORM PHS2590
For applications under SNAP (Streamlined NonCompeting Award Procedures)
- Insert this page before Progress Report, Form Page 5. Extended answers go on Form Page 5-
Grant Number:
1. Has there been a change in the other support of key personnel since the last reporting
period? If yes, explain the change(s); if no, so state.
Yes No
Specific information is to be provided only if active support has changed. If a previously active
grant has terminated and/or if a previously pending grant is now active, submit complete
Other Support information using the suggested format and instructions found in the PHS
398 application (MS Word or PDF). Annotate this information so it is clear what has changed
from the previous submission. Submission of other support information is not necessary if
support is pending or for changes in the level of effort for active support reported previously.
Other support information should be submitted only for the principal investigator and for those
individuals considered by the principal investigator to be key to the project. Key personnel are
defined as individuals who contribute in a substantive measurable way to the scientific
development or execution of the project, whether or not a salary is requested. Do not routinely
include Other Support information for "Other Significant Contributors"; e.g., those that may
contribute to the scientific development or execution of the project, but are not committing any
specified measurable effort to the project. However, if the level of involvement for an

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences