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RPPRs that have been routed to a reviewer can be recalled by the person who performed the routing action. This is useful in situations when the report was routed to the wrong person or the reviewer is unavailable. The last reviewer of the report is able to recall it; however, Signing Officials at the Institution and the Contact PD/PI who are not the last reviewer can also recall the report when it is in a status of Reviewer Work in Progress.
NOTE: A PD/PI delegate does not have the ability to recall the RPPR.
To recall an RPPR, select the Recall button from the RPPR Menu screen.
A message displays on the screen indicating: The RPPR has been successfully recalled. You have been set as the Current RPPR Reviewer.
The status of the RPPR is updated to PD/PI Work in Progress or Reviewer Work in Progress, the reviewer from whom the RPPR is recalled receives an email informing him of the action, and the RPPR routing audit history is updated to reflect the action.
Additionally, the Edit and Route buttons are enabled, providing the new reviewer with the ability to continue editing the RPPR or to route it to another reviewer.
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