Curated Content about Pre-Award Issues
Growing a Grant Seeking Culture in the Arts and Humanities
Many faculty members within the arts and humanities are not aware of the sponsored funding opportunities available, and therefore do not pursue external resources. This webinar will offer concrete examples of best practices to promote, support, and sustain a grant-seeking culture in the arts and humanities.
Upping Your Game: Strategies to Maximize Opportunities While Managing Risk in Pre-Award Research Administration
With Federal funding rates around 20%, depending on the agency and program, and institutional resources sparse, it’s important to maximize opportunities while reducing risk and administrative burden at our institutions.
Compensation/Effort Reporting Internal Controls throughout the Lifecycle of a Sponsored Project
The presenters will explore compensation/effort reporting internal controls with a focus on all aspects spanning from the initial development of a proposal through closeout of a sponsored award.
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Is my Institution Ready for an ERA System?Is my Institution Ready for an ERA System?
Proposal DevelopmentEverything I Needed to Know about Proposal Development I Learned From My Herding Dogs
National Academies ReportFederal Research Regulations and Reporting Requirements
A Primer on Subawards Under Federal Assistance Awards
Explore an overview of the complex process of Subawards under Federal Assistance. Become familiar with important concepts in drafting and negotiation through subaward review and potential pitfalls. As a primer, it is intended for those new to the topic, or those who have had limited exposure.
A Primer on Federal Contracting
Federal contracts are very different from federal grants. This tutorial focuses on contracting with the federal government through understanding the contracting process, regulations and negotiation and risks. As a primer, it is intended for those new to the topic, or those who have had limited exposure.