There will be disruption in the ability for OSP and Industry Engagement to submit proposals later this week. IRBWise and eCoI will also not be available. Please submit proposals and protocols before midday on March 19, 2020.
Effective January 1, 2019, all schools, centers, IRIs and colleges should have their individual workflows implemented so that they are using eRouting to route proposals through appropriate internal approvers prior to it being received in the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP).
The Office of Sponsored Programs began the implementation of eRouting, an online system for proposal submission, in July 2017. To date all schools, centers, IRIs and colleges should have their individual workflows implemented so that they are using eRouting to route proposals through appropriate internal approvers prior to it being received in OSP. Effective January 1, 2019, OSP will no longer accept paper proposal routing forms.
By Kathleen Halley-Octa and Kamie Cunningham on January 5, 2018
When we think of compliance and sponsored research, our minds usually go to human subjects protocols, unallowable costs, or export controls. Compliance with sponsor requirements for deliverables is equally important, though often overlooked. While responsibility for timely submission of deliverables and technical reports falls to the PI, it is imperative that we as research administrators understand the requirements as well.
Our eCommerce and Data team has put together a presentation introducing you to our team with an overview of responsibilities and workflow. This OSP team supports our databases and reporting, application support, CIS and Oracle training, and much more.