Actually, they call it "A History of Commitment"
It starts with the launch of the R23 in 1977, covers the invention and elimination of the R29 FIRST and goes all the way to the 2017 announcement that prior ESI still need help, this time for their second and third rounds of funding as "Early Established Investigators".
pssst, guys. FIX STUDY SECTIONS and PO BEHAVIOR.
Updated to add:
Mike Lauer is wringing his hands on the blog about The Issue that (allegedly) keeps us (NIH officialdom) awake at night [needs citation].
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