The iEdison utilization reporting functionality has been updated and new standard utilization questions are being used for 2023 reports forward. For additional information on how to respond to the new utilization questions, additional guidance is available HERE. Also, see our Training Opportunities page for utilization reporting-specific training sessions posted for October and December to learn more about how to submit these reports.
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You must have an iEdison account AND a Login.gov account (both using the same email address) in order to access iEdison. If you had an iEdison account in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) eRA iEdison, it was automatically migrated into the new iEdison system. All you need to do is register for a GSA Login.gov account with the same email address affiliated with your iEdison account. If you need additional information on how to register your organization, obtain an individual account under your organization, or register for Login.gov, instructions are available HERE.
Once you have a Login.gov account, follow the instructions below to login:
There are a number of way to learn how to use the new iEdison system
NIST has announced new changes coming to Utilization Reporting in 2023. Additional information, including a preview of the new questions, is available at https://www.nist.gov/iedison/2023-utilization-questions-update.
The NIH has released the following guide notices regarding the upcoming iEdison transfer. You can read the guide notices here:
With a new system, comes a new look. NIST has unveiled the new iEdison logo.