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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    Excellence Energy at UW eScience Guides Clinical Trials Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here OSP Home Announcements OSP Home Prepare Proposal Prepare Proposal Proposal Preparation Basics Budget Development Subawards Using the eGC1 Submitting a Proposal Sponsor Specific Information Time of Award Time of Award Advance Budget Number Manage Award Manage Award Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Announcements Search RPPR Open for all Type 5 Non SNAP Progress Reports Posted on April 21 2014 at 7 54am RPPR Open for all Type 5 Non SNAP Progress Reports Beginning on April 25 NIH will open up the use of the Research Performance Progress Report RPPR in eRA Commons for the electronic submission of annual progress reports

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1614 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    After Submitting an Original Report o Revised FCOI reports are only needed following the completion of a Retrospective Review when the grantee needs to 1 provide new FCOI information that results in a change to a previously submitted FCOI report e g an increase in value of a previously reported significant financial interest SFI discovery of a new SFI or changes to the management of the FCOI etc or 2 provide a Mitigation Report if bias is found o Grantees should not submit a Revised FCOI report to notify NIH that either the Retrospective Review has been completed or that bias is not found o When the Original Report is submitted and the grantee indicates that the Retrospective Review is not completed the system will allow the Institution to submit a Revised FCOI report up to 150 days after the Original Report s submission date New FCOI Roles in Commons Replace FCOI Delegations o Two new roles have been added to Commons for those who work with the Financial Conflict of Interest FCOI module Only an organization s Signing Official SO role can assign these roles FCOI ASST Assign the FCOI ASST role to those users in the institution who will assist in working on the FCOI reporting process These users can initiate edit view search and delete forms FCOI View Assign the FCOI View role to those users who need authority to search for and view FCOI information entered by the institution but who will not need to perform any data entry or make changes to the information These users will have read only access to the FCOI report and data o Only an organization s Signing Official SO role can assign these roles Prior to this release Commons users with the ASST role could be delegated the authority either to assist with FCOI tasks FCOI Asst authority or to view FCOI information FCOI View authority These new roles replace the former authorities but provide the same levels of access to FCOI module Starting with this release SOs can assign a Commons user to one of the new roles and do not need to use the Delegation feature of Commons for FCOI purposes NOTE With this release eRA has assigned current ASST users delegated with either of the two FCOI authorities FCOI Asst and FCOI View to the corresponding new role as described above For these existing users the SOs do not need to assign the new roles FCOI Corrections A Change in Business Process when Grantees Identify Errors in Submitted Data o Corrections to some FCOI report data can be made without NIH taking action to rescind the Original report and requiring the grantee to submit a new report Depending on the error the options are Errors in the following data can be corrected only by NIH rescinding the Original Report and requiring the grantee to submit a new report Grant Number Investigator Name with the conflict and Subrecipient information When these corrections are needed the FCOI SO

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1613 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    Proposal Proposal Preparation Basics Budget Development Subawards Using the eGC1 Submitting a Proposal Sponsor Specific Information Time of Award Time of Award Advance Budget Number Manage Award Manage Award Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Announcements Search NIH and AHRQ announce a policy change on application submissions Posted on April 17 2014 at 9 28am NIH and AHRQ announce a change in policy on application submissions This is good news for our research investigators especially new investigators Effective immediately for application due dates after April 16 2014 following an unsuccessful resubmission A1 application applicants may submit the same idea as a new A0 application for the next appropriate due date The NIH and AHRQ will not assess the similarity of

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1612 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Announcements Search American Health Association Open Science Policies Effective July Posted on April 8 2014 at 7 44am The Americal Health Association Research Newsletter includes an announcement about AHA Open Science Policies to Go into Effect with July Applications Here is the excerpt The AHA recently approved new Open Science policies that will impact research funded by the AHA These policies will go into effect beginning with applications due in July 2014 and new awards beginning January 2015 AHA s public access policy The AHA requires that all journal articles resulting from AHA funding should be made freely available in PubMed Central within 12 months of publication AHA s open data policy The AHA

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1611 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Announcements Search OSP Website Improvements Posted on April 5 2014 at 1 47pm At the March 13 2014 MRAM meeting Gretchen Davis Richey provided an update on the OSP website Many changes have been implemented on our site over the past year and we wanted to give you some links to try for yourself Prepare Proposal P roposals that include an outgoing subaward must have 4 items included for each subrecipient scope of work budget budget justification Letter of Intent LOI or PHS398 Face Page signed by the subaward institutional official Time of Award New webpage that includes information on Just in Time Time of Award Plan Ahead Compliance and Budget It is often the case that a new award is held up because of a compliance issue See this site for proactively managing these cases Forms N ew webpage with one stop access to all forms linked from the OSP website They are categorized for quick visual searches Clinical Trials Old content was removed new content added and some edits made here and there Outgoing Subcontracts A new matrix table about Contacting the OSP Subcontracts Team was added recently We strongly encourage the use of standard email subject lines for New Subcontracts and Renewal Subcontracts so that we can quickly triage your requests in our office See the suggested text on the website We will continually be adding new content to this site throughout 2014 Contact OSP Remember to use the two look up tools to identify the specific

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1609 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - Announcements
    Medicine Compliance Research Excellence Energy at UW eScience Guides Clinical Trials Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here OSP Home Announcements OSP Home Prepare Proposal Prepare Proposal Proposal Preparation Basics Budget Development Subawards Using the eGC1 Submitting a Proposal Sponsor Specific Information Time of Award Time of Award Advance Budget Number Manage Award Manage Award Program Income Procedures Gifts vs Sponsored Projects Concurrence Letter New Budget Setup Budget Extension Research Performance Progress Report RPPR Forms Learning Learning Acronyms and Abbreviations Faculty Orientation to Research Faculty Development Series Policy Procedures Guidance Policy Procedures Guidance Export Compliance Outgoing Subcontracts Small Business Subcontracting Plan Preparation Instructions SBIR and STTR Programs NIH Designation of Multiple PIs Joint Agreements Contact OSP Contact OSP Directions to OSP Select a Topic Clinical Trials Cost Sharing Export Compliance Grants gov Applications Joint Agreements and Outgoing Subcontracts Working with Industry Announcements Search New Funding Opportunities Webpage Posted on April 4 2014 at 7 18am The Find Funding link on the left navigation of the OSP website has been removed A new Funding Opportunities page was created with additional information on the Research webpage which is managed by the Office of Research You can navigate to

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/osp/?page=ospNews&entry=1606 (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Sponsored Programs - NIH ASSIST
    Administrative Core Manager Center for AIDS Research Global Health middlemj uw edu 206 744 3785 ASSIST Application Submission System Interface for Submission Tracking is a web based system used for the preparation and submission of multi project applications to NIH and other PHS agencies using eRA Commons These large applications may usually include a spectrum of research activities See NOT OD 13 075 for timeline and details See the ASSIST User Guide for details about system functionality Login to ASSIST using your eRA Commons account Please see your department administrator if you need an account Resources ASSIST User Guide PDF Playing with ASSIST Applicants test application Frequently Asked Questions for ASSIST Electronic Multi Project Application Images annotated sample eRA Helpdesk Presentations and Webinars Using ASSIST to Prepare and Submit Multi Project Applications to NIH August 13 2013 Webinar Submission Process All proposals must be validated successfully in eRA ASSIST before routing the eGC1 to OSP for review To be able to validate the application components the application must be moved to final status although this does not prohibit revisions at a later time Campus will change the status of their ASSIST application to all components final validate it answer No to the RTS question on the eGC1 and route it to OSP with draft science Then the Department or PI can move the application back to work in progress status This will allow the Department or PI to add the final version of the science and make any changes requested by OSP Proposals must be re validated after any changes are made to the core or project sections of the application This will leverage the system functionality and ensure a successful electronic submission Only when the application is moved to Ready for Submission in ASSIST is the application locked down

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=nihAssist (2014-06-24)
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  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
    to study ways to increase the efficiency of biofuel production without the use of expensive fertilizers The UW has been the number one public university in competing for federal research dollars for every year since 1974 In the most recent fiscal year 2009 the UW received 1 15 billion in competitively awarded research funds University Week March 2010 01 15 2010 RECIPIENT REPORTING PERIOD EXTENDED Recovery gov January 15 to Midnight P S T on January 22 2010 Extended Reporting Period The Recovery Board s decision to give recipients additional time to report was based on several circumstances The change in calculating jobs The guidance on the new calculation was issued just two weeks prior to the start of the reporting period Hard Edit Checks Put in place to improve the quality of the data the edit checks also resulted in recipients needing morel time to fill out each report Timing There were only five business days to report between the first day on January 1 and the final reporting date on January 10 NOTE Reports filed after January 15 2010 will be considered late reports ALERT FOR PRIME RECIPIENTS The period for commenting on sub recipient reports has been changed It is now from 12 01 A M on January 23 to midnight P S T ALERT FOR FEDERAL AGENCIES The period for reviewing recipients reports has been changed It now begins at 12 01 A M on January 24 and ends at midnight P S T on January 29 2010 If you have not registered nor reported see the information below FIRST TIME REPORTERS If you received a Recovery Act grant or loan award of 25 000 or more in the period of September 30 2009 to December 31 2009 you are required to report on the expenditure of those funds Even if you have not yet received the funds If you received a federal contract award of any dollar amount and have invoiced under that federal contract you must report Register at FederalReporting gov If you need assistance in registering the following are available at FederalReporting gov in the Downloads section Registration Guide Recipient Point of Contact Guide Registration Quick Reference Card RETURNING REPORTERS You may need to update your reports You do not have to re register You Must Report If You reported in October 2009 and the Recovery project is not yet complete You reported in October 2009 and the Recovery project was completed after October 30 2009 You reported in October 2009 but still have not yet received the award funds 01 15 2010 HOW JOBS ARE CALCULATED Recovery gov HOW RECOVERY AWARD RECIPIENTS CALCULATE JOBS Recipients of Recovery Act contracts grants and loans are required to report quarterly on the number of jobs paid for with Recovery funds The method or formula for calculating jobs was simplified after the first round of recipient reporting How did the job estimate guidance change The initial guidance captured jobs for a period of time longer than a quarter February through September The new guidance captures jobs for a single quarter e g October through December In addition the new guidance eliminates the distinction between a job created and a job retained Jobs are now simply based on the number of hours worked in a quarter that were paid for by Recovery funds It does not matter if the hours were worked by a person who was newly hired a person whose job was saved by the Recovery Act or a person who is in an existing position that is now being funded by the Recovery Act In December 2009 the Office of Management and Budget OMB issued the changes in guidance to align with the recommendations of the Government Accountability Office OMB believes the new formula will help improve the overall quality of recipient reporting The Math If a normal full time schedule is 40 hours a week multiply 40 hours x 52 weeks 2 080 Total Hours per year Divide 2 080 Total Hours by 4 to equal 520 regular quarterly hours If two full time employees each worked 520 hours 1 040 hours for the quarter and another half time employee worked 260 hours the Total Hours for the three employees is 1300 520 520 260 1300 Divide 1300 by 520 to equal 2 5 Recovery funded jobs during that quarter 12 24 09 OMB Releases Additional ARRA Jobs Reporting Guidance As expected although perhaps a little later than hoped for the Office of Management and Budget Dec 18 released Updated Guidance on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Data Quality Non Reporting Recipients and Reporting of Job Estimates According to OMB this guidance incorporates lessons learned from the reporting period that ended Sept 30 and addresses recommendations of the Government Accountability Office in its November report on data quality and reporting issues Jobs will now be reported on a quarterly rather than cumulative basis And the change is not retroactive recipients will not be required to go back and amend the process they used to report jobs for the quarter ending Sept 30 Another important change is in the definition of a job created or retained According to OMB Previous guidance required recipients to make a subjective judgment on whether a given job would have existed were it not for the Recovery Act The updated guidance eliminates this subjective assessment and defines jobs created or retained as those funded in the quarter by the Recovery Act Part 1 of the guidance which applies to both ARRA award recipient and contractor reporting provides guidance to federal agencies according to OMB to improve the quality of data reported under ARRA It also outlines steps federal agencies must take to identify recipients who have not reported and actions to bring them into compliance Part 2 updates Section 5 Reporting on Jobs Creation Estimates by Recipients M 09 21 which was issued by OMB last June It simplifies the manner in which job estimates are calculated and

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