If a grant is awarded, the investigator receives a notice of award (NoA), which is a legally binding document that contains award details, grant payment information, terms, and conditions. When you receive an NoA, it is important to carefully review the document to determine if there are any restrictions or requirements that must be resolved before the investigator starts enrollment. Note that some aspects of the application may change during the grant approval process, such as updating milestones and meeting IC-specific requirements for safety monitoring.
If a project is not funded, the program official is available to explain the scoring and to help investigators decide about whether they should revise and resubmit the application.
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