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Reorganization​ Management​ – The NIH Reorganization Management Program maintains the official organizational structure and functions for the NIH. Official actions include, establishing, abolishing, transferring, consolidating, revising the functions of, changing the title of, or realigning one or more organizational entities.


Reorganization Management

The NIH Reorganization Management program maintains the official organizational structure and functions for NIH. Our office:

  • Advises NIH Institutes, Centers and OD Offices (ICO) on proposed reorganizations to identify the necessary requirements, approval authority and process for obtaining an​approval and processing an official reorganization;

  • Coordinates Significant reorganization  packages approved by the Secretary;

  • Develops policy and procedures for NIH Reorganization Management;

  • Ensures compliance with legislative and policy requirements for Reorganization Management;

  • Provides training and tools to ICOs on Reorganization Management requirements, processes and procedures;

  • Processes all approved reorganizations within NIH; and

  • Maintains the official organizational charts, functional statements and assigns and maintains standard administrative codes (SACs) for the NIH organization.

​Additional References

NIH Organizational Charts and Functional Statements​
Reorganization Management Laws, Policies, and Memoranda
IC and OD Reorganization Management​ Coordinators (NIH Access Only)​
Reorganization Management Internal SharePoint Site (NIH access only)​

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Contacting Reorganization Management​

Program Lead, Monty Starks

Management Operations Branch (MOB)

Chief, Pamala Cery

Division of Compliance Management (DCM)

Office of Management Assessment (OMA)

Office of Management (OM)

Office of the Director (OD)

6705 Rockledge Dr, Suite 601

Bethesda, MD 20892

Phone:(301) 496-4606

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