Faculty member decides to seek external sponsored support, and knows the agency they wish to apply to and has agency guidelines?
|Can use resources to locate funding opportunities including PIVOT, online databases, files, and individual assistance.|
|The PI prepares proposal according to agency specifications.||A draft is optional and strongly recommended for those new to UH: PI brings draft to dept. fiscal officer to review budget, cost sharing commitments, agency regulations, policies and university procedures.|
|PI initiates & completes a myGRANT proposal development document (PD doc), Conflict of Interest (COI) forms and routes for required departmental, unit, and college approvals via myGRANT.||
Approval by the fiscal officer, chair,
1. Other university units outside of the PI's department affected by the proposal have been formally advised of the proposal and acknowledge through ad-hoc approvals in myGRANT.
2. Full consideration has been given to the proposed project, including commitment of time by the PI and resources required to complete the proposed work, including: space, equipment, facilities and personnel, security issues;
3. The use of university matching funds, when included in the proposal, has been approved at the department, unit, and college levels.
4. Commitments outside UH require commitment letters signed by the collaborator's institutional authorized signatory.
|PI routes myGRANT PD doc with all applicable documents attached for approvals. ORS checks the proposal to make sure it is accurate and complete, and complies with all applicable UH and funding agency policies and procedures. ORS Grants specialist approves the proposal administratively for the university.|
|Original proposal is returned to the PI, who is responsible for submitting to the agency, by hard copy. Electronic submissions will be done by the Office of Research Services.|
|Agency decides to fund the proposal?||
ORS and/or PI receive(s)
rejection notice. Proposal returned to PI with