NSF New Guidelines
New NSF-approved formats for Biographical Sketches and Current and Pending Support required for all NSF proposals with deadlines on or after June 1, 2020 (OSU/OSP link)
June 1, 2020: All proposals submitted to NSF for a deadline on or after June 1, 2020 must utilize one of the two NSF-approved formats for the Biographical Sketches and for the Current and Pending Support forms.
The two approved formats are SciENcv and an NSF Fillable PDF. NSF will prevent submission of any proposals that do not use one of the approved formats.
NSF Biosketch Approved Formats 10/5/20
NSF Current and Pending new template 5/1/20
This NSF requirement applies to new awards resulting from proposals submitted, or due, on or after the effective date of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) issued on January 25, 2016.
As outlined in section 3.1 of the plan, NSF requires that either the version of record or the final accepted manuscript in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and papers in juried conference proceedings or transactions must:
be available for download, reading and analysis free of charge no later than 12 months after initial publication
Data Management Plan Tool
SciENcv is a feature in My NCBI that helps you create online professional profiles that can be made public to share with others.
My Bibliography is a reference tool that helps you save your citations directly from PubMed or, if not found there, to manually enter citations using My Bibliography templates. My Bibliography provides a centralized place where citations are easily accessed, exported as a file, and made public to share with others.
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