Access Review Process
There are three criteria you must meet to be eligible to request access:
- You must have a research-related need to access the data
- You must be associated with an NIH-recognized research institution, defined as an institution registered in the NIH electronic research administration system (eRA Commons,) and have the approval of an authorized signatory official of that institution.
- Your institution must have an active Federalwide Assurance (FWA.)
If you do not know whether or not you meet these, for example if you are unsure of who at your institution is an authorized signing official, do not know whether your institution has an FWA, or have any other questions, please view our tutorials or contact us.
Once approved, access is valid for one full year, at which point a renewal request should be submitted to maintain access.
When it comes time to renew existing access, you can simply submit a new DUC through the same process. The only difference between a renewal and a new request is that renewal requests must include a progress report including any publications or presentations that may have resulted from the previous access period. We ask that you then create an NDA Study to link that publication to the underlying data in NDA so we can track the results and impact of the CCF data shared.
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