The National Institutes of Health uses just-in-time procedures for certain programs and award mechanisms. These procedures call for limited information (e.g., a budget justification and a biographical sketch) to be submitted with investigator-initiated applications and allow for a possible NIH request for additional information, including information concerning other support, when the application is under consideration for funding.
Just-in-time procedures also allow an applicant to defer certification of IRB approval of the projects proposed use of human subjects, verification of IACUC approval of the projects proposed use of live vertebrate animals, and evidence of compliance with the education in the protection of human research participants requirement until after completion of the peer review and just prior to funding. (Applications in response to RFAs also may be subject to these procedures. The RFA will specify the timing and nature of required submissions.)
Please work with your Sponsored Project Administration to complete and submit requested Just in Time information. Since NIH requires UVM's Authorized Institutional Office (SPA) to submit this information, SPA will need to be involved.