The National Institutes of Health has announced that they will be mandating data tables in training grants and progress reports for the following activity codes: T32, TL1, T90/R90, and T15.
These data tables are to be created using the xTRACT system.
NIH principal investigators and their assistants are encouraged to become familiar with this system, which is accessed via the eRA Commons, before it becomes a proposal/report requirement.
xTRACT is designed to make it simpler for applicants and grantees to create training tables required for training grant applications and progress reports to NIH, as this system is designed to replace the current laborious method of creating the tables in free form in Word format. Automation should significantly reduce workload.
For more information, see Advance Notice of Transition to the xTRACT System for Preparing Research Training Data Tables (NOT-OD-18-133).