Grants.gov Training Office of the Vice Provost for Research December 2006.
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Grants.gov Training Office of the Vice Provost for Research December 2006
What is Grants.gov? Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from Federal grant-making agencies.
Getting Started UD is the registered applicant for Grants.gov Grant researchers are not required to register or login to Grants.gov Do not register as an individual investigator
Getting Started http://www.Grants.gov Download PureEdge Viewer Obtain CFDA number or Funding Opportunity Number Download your application package
Application Package Download package Save the package to your computer Complete the package – Save as per RFP Attach package to UD Grants Proposal with the appropriate naming convention, i.e., proposal number_other (document type extension which will be added by system)
Providing the package to OVPR Attach to the PeopleSoft record Attach to an e-mail UD Drop Box http://www.udel.edu/topics/dropbox/
Submitting Proposal Notifying OVPR? At the start of preparation On the Proposal Approval Summary form Whenever you need assistance in the process
Remember the 72-hour Policy The Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) has announced a new 72-hour policy for processing research proposals to funding agencies. Beginning January 3, 2007 UD researchers will need to allow their institutional representative at OVPR a minimum of 72 hours (three business days) to review and approve funding proposals in advance of agency deadlines.
Can I Make Changes to My Application? Requires complete new submission Prior to submission deadline Update UD Grants Proposal System Agency specific – contact Grantor Agency to determine how resubmission should be indicated on the cover page
Tracking the Proposal OVPR notified of successful submission Tracking restricted by Grants.gov to OVPR
Future of Grants.gov All federal agencies will be submitting through Grants.gov Stay tuned…