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Annual Data Report FY 2009

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Figure 1:
Obligations in Current and FY 1999 Constant Dollars
Fiscal Years 1999-2009

Fiscal Year Current Constant Annual change BRDPI factor
99
594.6
594.6
3.2%
1.000
00
685.7
661.1
3.7%
0.964
01
785.4
732.8
3.3%
0.933
02
891.3
805.0
3.3%
0.903
03
993.6
866.9
3.5%
0.872
04
1,021.4
859.1
3.7%
0.841
05
1,045.3
846.3
3.9%
0.810
06
1,036.6
802.1
4.6%
0.774
07
1,045.5
779.4
3.8%
0.746
08
1,051.0
750.3
4.4%
0.714
09
1,079.0
742.4
3.8%
0.688

* Current dollars - dollar value of a good or service in terms of prices prevailing at the time the good was sold or service rendered.
* Constant dollars - dollar value adjusted for inflation to demonstrate "real" increases. Determined by dividing current dollars by anappropriate price index, a process generally known as "deflating."

 

Figure 2:
Distribution of Obligations by Budget Category
Fiscal Years 1999-2009

Fiscal Year RPGs Centers Other Training Contracts Intramural RM&S Total
99
384,855
70,520
19,081
16,319
27,880
54,460
21,441
594,556
00
455,581
71,770
21,010
17,309
29,641
67,574
22,810
685,695
01
525,891
74,505
24,514
19,390
39,990
74,766
26,357
785,413
02
594,102
79,687
30,900
21,084
48,401
87,193
29,915
891,282
03
662,401
84,119
33,247
22,664
61,455
96,798
32,911
993,595
04
691,245
82,825
34,649
23,457
56,396
99,454
33,350
1,021,376
05
704,471
83,745
35,370
22,364
62,336
102,805
34,248
1,045,339
06
692,083
83,024
33,563
23,054
63,987
102,607
38,241
1,036,559
07
695,688
83,613
33,777
23,773
67,008
102,566
39,043
1,045,468
08
693,889
83,910
33,466
23,282
68,544
108,217
39,690
1,050,998
09
715,386
86,805
34,431
23,900
67,330
110,838
40,314
1,079,004

 

Figure 3:
Distribution of Obligations by Category
Fiscal Year 2009

Category Dollars %
Res. Project Grants
715,386
67.0%
Centers
86,805
8.0%
Other Research
34,431
3.0%
Training
23,900
2.0%
Contracts
67,330
6.0%
Intramural Research
110,838
10.0%
RMS
40,314
4.0%
Total
1,079,004
100%

 

Figure 4:
Trends in Appropriations
Fiscal Years 1999-2009

Year 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
Appropriation
By $Millions
596.1 686.5 785.9 891.3 993.6 1,021.4 1,045.3 1,036.6 1,045.4 1,051.0 1,079.0

 

Figure 5A:
Average Cost of Competing RPGs in Current and FY 1999 Constant Dollars
Fiscal Years 1999-2009

Year 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
Current 328.9 343.5 312.8 336.2 389.0 396.6 343.1 357.9 332.8 392.5 523.1
Constant 328.9 331.2 291.9 303.6 339.4 333.6 277.8 277.0 248.1 280.2 359.9

* Beginning in FY 1994, SBIR and STTR awards are not included in average cost calculations.
* Current dollars - dollar value of a good or service in terms of prices prevailing at the time the good was sold or service rendered.
* Constant dollars - dollar value adjusted for inflation to demonstrate "real" increases. Determined by dividing current dollars by an
appropriate price index, a process generally known as "deflating."

 

Figure 5B:
Average Cost of Competing RPGs in Current Dollars By Program
Fiscal Years 2004-2009

Year 04 05 06 07 08 09
DAB
313
262
276
293
320
393
BSR
356
293
432
308
377
464
DN
418
401
381
374
446
532
GCG
635
335
344
356
353
854

 

Figure 5C:
Average Cost of Competing RPGs in FY 2004 Constant Dollars By Program
Fiscal Years 2004-2009

Year 04 05 06 07 08 09
BAP
313
252
254
260
272
321
BSR
356
282
397
273
320
380
NNA
418
386
351
331
379
436
GCG
635
322
316
316
300
699

Figure 6A:
Competing Research Project Grant Success Rates*
Fiscal Years 1999-2009

Year 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09
Percent Funded
27.7
26.2
32.3
28.1
28.6
20.8
18.8
17.4
22.1
20.3
17.5

* Success rate: The success rate is the proportion of applications reviewed that is actually awarded.

 

Figure 6B
Project Grant Success Rates* By Grant Code
Fiscal Years 2004-2009

Year 04 05 06 07 08 09
P01
55.3
48.8
38.0
42.3
32.7
44.8
R01
19.0
17.3
17.0
22.1
21.7
16.8
R03
18.9
14.5
17.1
17.9
20.5
7.5
All other**
25.8
23.3
17.0
42.9
17.4
18.9

* Success rate: The success rate is the proportion of applications reviewed that is actually awarded.
** All other includes R15, R21, R37, R56 and U01 grants.

 

Figure 6C
Research Project Grant Success Rates* By Program
Fiscal Years 2004-2009

Year 04 05 06 07 08 09
DAB
20.8
18.8
17.4
22.1
20.3
17.5
BSR
19.9
15.8
17.2
21.2
18.9
17.1
DN
23.9
17.1
15.2
24.2
22.4
20.2
GCG
20.2
21.1
17.8
21.5
20.8
17.0
Percent
21.6
21.4
20.0
22.3
17.3
17.7

* Success rate: The success rate is the proportion of applications reviewed that is actually awarded.

 

TABLE I
Actual Obligations for Fiscal Year 2009

Mechanism Number of Awards Dollars (Thousands)
RESEARCH GRANTS    
Research Project Grants:    

Non-competing

1,077
$483,993

Admin. Supplements

(103)
14,935

Competing:

 
 

Renewals

92
72,975

New

265
115,538

Supplements

7
1,884

Subtotal, Competing

364
190,397
Subtotal, RPGs
1,441
689,325
SBIR/STTR
72
26,061
Total, Research Project Grants
1,513
715,386
Research Centers:    

Special/Comprehensive

78
86,108

Comparative Medicine

 
697
Other Research:
 
 

Research Careers (Ks)

228
29,455

Coop. Clinical Research

 
 

Minority Biomedical Research Support

 
70

Other Related Research

38
4,906
Total, Other Research
266
34,431
TOTAL, RESEARCH GRANTS
1,857
836,622
TRAINING (FTTPs)  

Individual

144
5,363

Institutional

431
18,537
TOTAL, TRAINING
575
23,900
R & D CONTRACTS
120
67,330
(SBIR/STTR, non-add)
(1)
(44)
INTRAMURAL RESEARCH
 
110,838
RESEARCH MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT
 
40,314
GRAND TOTAL, NIA
 
1,079,004

Note: Includes AIDS

 

TABLE II
Obligations for Research Training and Other Career Development Programs
Fiscal Years 2004-2009 (Dollars in Thousands)

PROGRAM: Research Career Awards* NRSA: Individual (F31, F32) NRSA: Institutional (T32, T34, T35, T36) Subtotal, NRSAs TOTAL:
FY04 - Number
192
62
482
544
736
FY04 - Dollars
$25,022
2,610
20,847
23,457
48,479
FY05 - Number
199
52
560
612
811
FY05 - Dollars
$25,791
2,276
20,088
22,364
48,155
FY06 - Number
204
52
482
534
738
FY06 - Dollars
$27,028
2,378
20,676
23,054
50,082
FY07 - Number
222
95
469
564
786
FY07 - Dollars
$28,434
3,747
20,026
23,773
52,207
FY08 - Number
223
119
462
581
804
FY08 - Dollars
$28,551
4,492
18,790
23,282
51,833
FY09 - Number
228
144
431
575
803
FY09 - Dollars
$29,455
5,363
18,537
23,900
53,355

 

APPENDIX

Activity Codes

NOTE: Research Career Grants (K series awards), normally included in the Other Research budget category are listed separately in these tables to provide additional information.

 

Research Project Grants

P01 - Research Program Project

R01 - Research Project (Traditional)

R03 - Small Research Grant

R15 - Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA)

R21 - Exploratory/Development Grant

R33 - Exploratory/Developmental Grant Phase II

R34 - Clinical Trial Planning Grant

R36 - Aging Research Dissertation Awards to Increase Diversity

R37 - Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) Award

R56 - High Priority Short Term Project Award

U01 - Research Project (Cooperative Agreement)

Small Business Innovation Research Grants

R43 - Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant - Phase I

R44 - Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant - Phase II

Small Business Technology Transfer Grants

R41 - Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Grant - Phase I

R42 - Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Grant - Phase II

Center Grants

P30 - Center Core Grant

P50 - Specialized Center (Alzheimer's Disease Research Center)

Research Career Awards

K01 - Mentored Research Scientist Development Award

K02 - Research Scientist Development Award

K07 - Academic Career Award

K08 - Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award

K12 - Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Program Award

K23 - Mentored Patient Oriented Research Career Development Award

K24 - Mid-Career Investigator Award in Patient-Oriented research

K25 - Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award

K26 - Mid-career Investigator Award in Mouse Pathobiology Research

K99/R00 - NIH Pathway to Independence (PI) Award

Other Research Projects

R13 - Conference Grant

U13 - Conference Cooperative Agreement

U24 - Cooperative Agreement – Resource-related research project

R24 - Research Resource Grant

R25 - Education Project

Training Grants

T32 - Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Institutional Research Training Grants

T35 - Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Short-Term Institutional Research Training Grants 

Fellowships

F30- Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Predoctoral MD/PhD Fellows

F31- Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Predoctoral Fellows

F32- Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Postdoctoral Fellows

F33- Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards for Individual Senior Fellows

Loan Repayment Mechanisms

L30 - Clinical Research Loan Repayment Program

L40 - Pediatric Research Loan Repayment Program

Definition of Terms

Appropriations:  Limitation of funds that agencies may obligate during the period of time specified in the respective appropriation acts.

Competing Applications:  New applications and those competing for renewal.

Constant Dollars:  Current dollars for a fiscal year adjusted for inflation with reference to a base year, according to the Biomedical Research and Development Price Index.

Extramural Research:  Research performed by investigators outside the NIH and supported by NIH.

Fiscal Year:   The year beginning October 1 and ending the following September 30.

FTTPs:   Full time training positions.

Intramural Research:  Research performed by investigators within the NIH community or extensions thereof.

Obligations:   Represent a requirement by a government agency to pay a particular sum of money for orders placed, grants and contracts awarded, services received, and similar transactions during a given period that will require payments during the same or a future period.

RM & S -- Research Management and Support:  Includes management of extramural programs, Office of the Director, and certain management costs applicable to overall operations.

Success Rate:  The proportion of applications reviewed that actually is awarded.

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