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Grants.gov Electronic Proposal Submission to the Federal Government Research Administration Round Table September 28, 2005 Dan Dwyer, Tammy Custer.

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1 Grants.gov Electronic Proposal Submission to the Federal Government Research Administration Round Table September 28, 2005 Dan Dwyer, Tammy Custer

2 Agenda How did we get here? – Dan Dwyer –Federal eRA & Grants.gov history Current situation – Tammy Custer –Demo of PureEdge forms –PureEdge usage tips Where do we go? – group discussion –Cornell support & development plans

3 Brief Federal eRA History Regulation: Government Performance Results Act (1993) Government Paperwork Elimination Act (1998) PL (1999) President’s Management Agenda (2001) OMB announces E-Government Strategy (2002) Systems: NSF FastLane initiated (1994) Federal Commons concept proposed (1998) NSF FastLane submission required (2000) Many single agency systems ( )

4 Grants.gov: What is it? Single electronic source for finding federal grant opportunities (find) and submitting proposals (apply) Covers 900 grant programs from 26 grant- making agencies ($350 billion annual awards) Based on standard forms (SF424 R&R) Forms based interface using PureEdge Development of system-to-system interface

5 Grants.gov: History 2002: Established by OMB to develop “find” and “apply” functions across all federal grant making agencies Oct 2003: First electronic proposals accepted Sept 2005: Over 15,000 applications received to date FY06: 75% of Find Opportunities on Apply

6 Grants.gov: NIH Announcement 1.transition from the PHS398 application to the SF424 Research and Related (R&R) application, and 2.simultaneously transition to electronic submission via Grants.gov by the end of 2007 Notice Number: NOT-OD , August 19, 2005

7 Grants.gov: NIH Schedule December 1, 2005 —Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs (STTR) (R41, R42, R43, R44) December 15, 2005 —Support for Conferences & Scientific Meetings (R13 & U13) January 25, 2006 —Academic Research Enhancement Awards (AREA) (R15) June 1, 2006 —Small Grant Programs (R03) & Exploratory/Development Research Grant Awards (R21) October 1, 2006 —Research Project Grant Program (R01)

8 Grants.gov: Other Agencies NSF: Working towards accepting awards. No indication (yet) that FastLane will go away anytime soon USDA: Slow rollout. Using for some programs. Cornell is pilot project partner Smaller agency are generally moving more rapidly to grants.gov

9 PureEdge Demo – Tammy Custer

10 PureEdge Usage Tips Do Not Register! Cornell is registered as institution. Users do not need to get DUNS number or CCR registration No native Macintosh support PDF manipulation skills required Submit completed PureEdge package along with Form 10 to SPS for submission Plan extra time for submission complications

11 2004 Statistics on NIH Proposals Proposals submitted: 344 VETERINARY MED123 Top Departments: ARTS & SCIENCES75Biomedical Sciences 39 CALS64Molecular Bio44 HUMAN ECOLOGY43Microbio & Immuno29 ENGINEERING28Nutritional Sci26 VP/RESEARCH6Molecular Medicine24 GENEVA2Chemistry23 CIS2Neuro & Beh23 ILR1 Oct 1 deadline submissions: 27

12 Discussion points Training and awareness Early submissions System-to-system (Kuali?) Advisory group

13 Grants.gov Resources Applicant Training Demonstration -Complete Application Package Applicant System-to-System Implementation Resources XML Find Database Extract Outreach Communication Resources Customer Feedback Findings Reports

14 Cornell Grants.gov Information

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