If a publication in My Bibliography is compliant with the NIH Public Access Policy, and it has been previously reported for the grant, it will be excluded from the current Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) to avoid duplicating a previous report. Check for presence of a silver lock next to the award association in My Bibliography (within an eRA-linked My NCBI account) that would denote the publication as previously reported.
If you believe that this citation was not previously reported, or was previously reported in error, please contact your Program Officer and the Public Access Support Center at Publicaccess@nih.gov for guidance on how to proceed. Be sure to include the full citation, the eRA Common username, and the award number in your correspondence.
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Keywords: RPPR, Research Performance Progress Report, missing citation, NIH Public Access Policy