Grants.gov Improves Form Behavior
On July 10th Grants.gov released some exciting changes to the behavior of several forms used in NIH opportunities.
The Office of Sponsored Programs realizes how important it is for our research community to remain up-to-date on any and all policy changes with regards to extramural funding, and because of this we are providing the National Institutes of Health link, Grants Policy & Guidance, so that research may obtain the most recent policy changes available when writing their proposal.
NIH currently requires use of the fed-wide progress reporting format
The Office of Sponsored Programs understands how busy most individuals are on this campus
NIH will be launching a second round of pilot tests for a new biosketch format.
OSP would like to provide researchers some reminders when it comes to NIH eSubmission.
The Office of Management and Budgets (OMB) “Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards; Final Rule” (Uniform Guidance) becomes effective on December 26, 2014.
OSP is very excited to announce the new way to get up-to-date information regarding research news.
In the past, no cost extensions have been commonplace in extramural research; however, please note that as funding is becoming harder to acquire, agencies are looking much closer at no cost extension requests.
In the past week OSP has had two requests for second extensions on projects denied by the funding agencies, one by NIH and the other by USDA. While there are valid reasons for requesting an extension or even a second one, agencies are scrutinizing second requests very closely and these requests require much more detail.
The Office of Sponsored Programs is excited to introduce to the University community our new director, Mr. John Childress.
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