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NACOP—August 18-19, 2010 Grants.gov & NIFA: the systems/tips. G rants.gov searches and the application process Role ARIS plays in grant applications & awards Marcie Currie-Gross, Northern Plains Area Extramural Agreements Specialist.
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Grants.gov searches and the application process
Role ARIS plays in grant applications & awards
Marcie Currie-Gross, Northern Plains Area
Extramural Agreements Specialist
“Making Agreements Work for You”
**DOD, DOE and NASA will sometimes require proposal submission through their own websites; the SY’s must be registered with these entities (separate from grants.gov registration).
Grants.gov does have links to the NIFA/AFRI announcements
2.5% is assessed on the outgoing funds when the Funding Project is any D project (appropriated in-house funds).
The 2.5% is used for the Small Business Innovation Research Program.
11 Federal agencies participate in the SBIR Program (required by law—it is not just a matter of ARS administrators assessing a fee).
When Incoming funds (“soft funds”) are used to fund an outgoing agreement, the Funding Project is not assessed the 2.5% SBIR fee.
It’s important to know and remember this because it does become a factor when grant proposal funds are used to fund outgoing agreements (the grant proposal budget and budget justification).
Everything the scientist asks about is in the instructions/guidelines.
Grants.gov received the application package, but it still has to make it to the NIFA program for acceptance.
There is a difference in the e-mails received from grants.gov and NIFA, so be very aware of all e-mail notifications received.
Funds requested are rarely awarded, most likely the figures will change.
The funds will be awarded to ARS (all ARS parties involved), and the PAH = Yes and PAH = No and dollar amounts reflect the flow of funds accordingly.
Enter the Non ARS Performing Organization information, including the amount of the sub-award to the cooperating partner (this should match the grant proposal budget and budget justification information).
In addition, ARS will issue a separate sub-award to Oklahoma State University (after ARS receives the incoming funds via TAMU).
If another ARS unit will receive the incoming funds, and “distribute” the funds to your unit, then the PAH = No (IAF’s will be “linked” by the agreement number).
Not all related in-house D project codes apply; use only the ones that are relevant to the project proposal for the IAF submission.
Data retention in the agency’s official database
Usually we see something like this entered in the Comments field:
Adding the 416/417 and AIMS to Log #12345.
There are two components for AIMS completion
Red arrows = 1st part; Green arrows = 2nd part
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