As a brand new faculty member who has had no current or pending grants, what to include in "NSF Current and Pending Support"?
Basically, should I leave it blank?
Below is the info from the NSF:
Current and Pending Support Summary PROJECT/PROPOSAL INFORMATION Current and Pending Support includes all resources made available to an individual in support of and/or related to all of his/her research efforts, regardless of whether or not they have monetary value.  Information must be provided about all current and pending support, including this project, for ongoing projects, and for any proposals currently under consideration from whatever source , irrespective of whether such support is provided through the proposing organization or is provided directly to the individual. Concurrent submission of a proposal to other organizations will not prejudice its review by NSF, if disclosed.
If the time commitment or dollar value is not readily ascertainable, reasonable estimates should be provided.
For example, Federal, State, local, foreign, public or private foundations, non-profits, industrial or other commercial organizations or internal funds allocated toward specific projects.
The Biological Sciences Directorate exception to this policy is delineated in PAPPG Chapter II.D.2.
IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION INFORMATION Current and Pending Support also includes in-kind contributions (such as office/laboratory space, equipment, supplies, employees, students). If the in-kind contributions are intended for use on the project being proposed to NSF, the information must be included as part of the Facilities, Equipment and Other Resources section of the proposal and need not be replicated in the individual's Current and Pending Support submission. In-kind contributions not intended for use on the project/proposal being proposed that have associated time obligations must be reported below. If the time commitment or dollar value is not readily ascertainable, reasonable estimates should be provided.