The Cost Transfer Policy and several related documents, including the Cost Transfer FAQs, Cost Transfer Flow Chart and Summary Flow Chart, Journal Entry Cost Transfer Determination Tool, and Cost Transfer Authorized Approver Checklist, have been updated and posted to the OSP website. A summary of the changes to the CT Policy and Cost Transfer Authorized Approver Checklist are listed below. Read more about Cost Transfer Documents Updated
In July, the GMAS Team converted 24 pages to a new design and layout. We want your feedback on your experience with the GMAS system following our recent changes! This recent release is the first of many releases associated with the GMAS 2.0 Project, and your feedback will allow us to prepare for these future releases.
In a recent notice, NIH announced the availability of the ASSIST system for several new types of grant applications, including Institutional Training and Career Development applications (Ts and K12), other training applications (Ds), and various other research applications.
The Office for Sponsored Programs has recently added a new Director’s Welcome page to our website. The new page shares the Senior Director’s overarching perspective on the scope of research at the University and the vital role administrators play within Harvard’s research community.
In its July 1 Funding News update, NIAID reminds applicants who have received a summary statement indicating a concern about human subjects or animal welfare (code 44) to address these issues as soon as possible. At this point in the fiscal year, the newsletter notes, NIAID staff are working to respond to all issues and inquiries as quickly as possible, and applicants can expect a brief turnaround time. In addition, if bars to awards are not resolved and applications approved by mid-August, applicants risk being left with a restricted or unfunded award. Read more about NIAID Reminds Applicants to Address Human Subjects and Animal Welfare Concerns as Early as Possible