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|NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program1||Fiscal Year 2014 Actual||Fiscal Year 2015 Actual||Fiscal Year 2016 Actual||Fiscal Year 2017 Actual|
|CTSA Program Hubs2|
|Number of Hub awards3||58||58||57||57|
|Hub Awards (A UL1 award with a linked KL2 award and an optional TL1 award)4||$404,954,499||$441,922,552||$449,584,228||$447,800,122|
|Administrative Supplements to Hub Awards5||$44,204,713||$18,534,775||$9,851,866||$6,367,377|
|Bridge Awards (U54)||$16,798,746||$3,528,613||$3,560,718||$3,497,558|
|CTSA Program Collaboration Initiatives (per IOM Recommendations) — all awards to CTSA institutions|
|CTSA Program Collaborative Innovation Awards (U01/R21)||$8,602,736||$14,402,042|
|Consortium Centers (U24/U54) RIC/TIC/CD2H/Coordination||$2,420,706||$2,741,255||$16,354,755||$29,878,310|
|Subtotal of Funding to CTSA Program Institutions||$468,378,664||$466,727,195||$487,954,303||$501,945,409|
|Other CTSA Program Activities6|
|Loan Repayment Program||$2,006,148||$1,986,781||$2,001,190||$2,009,444|
|Program Management (includes NIH and DHHS assessments and transfers)||$5,432,517||$7,399,063||$9,779,507||$11,569,957|
To view a list of awards from NIH RePORTER, please click on underlined dollar amounts. RePORTER provides the most up-to-date information available on funded projects, so the data are not frozen and changes in the administrative details of prior awards can occur.
1 NCATS received CTSA Program-specific appropriations language beginning in FY2014. CTSA Program-specific appropriations language in FY2012 and FY2013 was directed to the NIH Office of the Director.
2 A CTSA Program Hub is defined as a UL1 award with a linked KL2 award and an optional TL1 award. No Cost Extensions (NCE) to Hub awards do not receive funding from NCATS in a particular fiscal year. NCEs do not count as funded Hubs in that fiscal year and are therefore not reflected in the table.
3 In FY2014, NCATS did not issue a CTSA Program Hub funding announcement as the program was being re-structured in response to the 2013 IOM recommendations. Eight CTSA Program Hubs that were positioned to re-compete for Hub awards in FY2014 were issued orderly close-out supplements to enable them to remain active until a FY2015 funding announcement was available and posted.
4 The totals reported in this table reflect only NCATS' investment in the CTSA Program. For FY2017, NIH RePORTER data shows an additional $407,214 due to co-funding provided by DHHS.
5 NCATS investment in Administrative Supplements for FY2014 was $93,000 less than what is shown in NIH RePORTER. NCATS investment in Administrative Supplements for FY2016 was $23,389 more than what is shown in NIH RePORTER. Grand total amounts for the fiscal years are accurate.
6 For a glossary of NIH award codes, visit https://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/funding_program.htm.