The NIH has a number of resources further explaining their policy and processes:
You have the option of allowing another person or persons (delegates) to help manage your compliance reporting in MyBibliography. Delegates can add and remove citations, and check whether a manuscript is complaint with the NIH Public Access Policy.
To grant access to your account to a delegate:
You may add or delete delegates as you choose, using the "settings" link.
Also note that you also have the option under "settings" to make your MyBibliography citations list public or private. If you choose to make it public, the system will automatically provide you with a direct URL and with text you can embed in a website. This will allow anyone to view - but NOT alter - your citations list.
How to create a MyNCBI account to access your My Bibliography:
Once you have a MyNCBI account, when you login to it, you will see your username and "My NCBI" as links on the top right corner of any NCBI webpage. Click on "My NCBI" to see your home page which will include your recent search history, any saved searches or results collections from NCBI databases, and the MyBibliography section.
To request an eRA account at UF, use the request form at: http://apps.research.ufl.edu/research/nihera/register.cfm.
To add a citation to MyBibliography:
Also, if someone else has linked a citation in their MyBibliography to one of your grant awards in eRA Commons, you will see a notification message that the citation has been added to your MyBibliography. The addition of citations linked to your funding is done automatically by the system. You can review the new citations and keep or delete them as you wish. The notification message can be removed by clicking on the small "x" on its right side.
To view and manage the compliance status of your citations in MyBibliography:
Public Access Compliance
To view associations between NIH funding Awards and your citations in MyBibliography:
To associate NIH funding Awards with your citations in MyBibliography: