Demystifying “Ready To Submit”: Process and System Info for the Research Community. Office of Sponsored Programs Carol Rhodes, Interim Director. Office of Research Information Services Ciara Nic Mhathuna , Business Analyst. BEFORE eGC1 Routing. Find funding opportunity
Office of Sponsored Programs
Carol Rhodes, Interim Director
Office of Research Information Services
Ciara Nic Mhathuna, Business Analyst
Mystery: I am not sure when I should route the eGC1 for review. Should I wait until the proposal is considered final and Ready To Submit (RTS)?
Answer: Departments manage their proposals differently. There are two options:
Mystery: GIM 19 says “Include the business and administrative portions of the application in final form” when routing 7 days ahead of sponsor deadline. What exactly must be included?
Answer: Include everything required by the sponsor but for the final science, so a meaningful review can be carried out:Routing 7 Days Prior to Sponsor Deadline
- Current/pending support (if applicable)
*DO include DRAFT science if you are marking “no” to RTS
*DO include letter of support placeholders, if a mentor/collaborator is unavailable to provide by eGC1 routing
SPAERC Tasklist displays all applications in SAGE (except Composing)
OSP Filters by “In OSP” status and Sorts by “OSP Received Date”
Remember: The OSP Received Date refreshes every time it is withdrawn by the Dept!
*All eGC1s will include the question “Is the Application Ready To Submit” with a “yes” or “no” option.
*eGC1 owners will not be able to withdraw an eGC1 marked “yes” to Ready To Submit, once it is IN OSP status.
*Remember: “RTS” is communication to eGC1 reviewers (including OSP) that the proposal is finaland ready
Final Version by Day – 7
Scope of Work
Draft Version by Day – 7
Final Version by Day - 3