Archives—May 2017

Two-Tier Internal Deadline Pilot for Select Sponsored Opportunities in June and July, 2017

The Sponsored Programs Office will pilot a two-tier internal deadline structure for the following opportunities in June and July, 2017:

  •  NIH R01 Research Grants – sponsor deadline June 5
  • NIH R21 Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Award – sponsor deadline June 16
  • NIH R15 Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) – sponsor deadline June 25
  • NSF CAREER – sponsor deadline July 19, 20 and 21 depending on Directorate

This pilot will include a staggered, two-tier internal deadline structure for the submission of the final internal and external documents related to each of the above opportunities.  All final internal documents and the application package (completed in NIH ASSIST or NSF FastLane) will be due to the Sponsored Programs Office no later than 7:00 a.m., 1 week (7 calendar days) prior to the sponsor deadline.  However, not all of the science documents in the application package needs to be final at this point and the application package does not need to include the completed budget forms.  All final science related documents will be due to the Sponsored Programs Office no later than 7:00 a.m. the day of the sponsor deadline.  Once received, personnel in the Sponsored Programs Office will upload the final documents into the application package.  This later deadline will provide valuable time for the PI/researcher to focus on the science aspects of the proposal.

Once the Sponsored Programs Office receives the internal documents and the application package, personnel in the Sponsored Programs Office will enter the approved budget into the applicable application package….the PI/researcher will not need to complete this task.

The specific science related documents for each application package will be identified and communicated to the respective Principal Investigators once the intent to submit is known.

Please contact the Sponsored Programs Office at 487-2226 if you have any questions.