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The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) approves Just-in-Time (JIT) Requirements for National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards through eRA Commons.* The Principal Investigator (PI) first supplies the information in eRA Commons and in Research Administration Management System and eSubmission (RAMSeS), then notifies OSR, who then reviews and approves the information before submitting the approval to NIH and updates University records.
This standard establishes the expectations for post-submission requests that need to be submitted to the sponsor.
In accordance with all relevant ethical, legal, and regulatory obligations, the University has established this operating standard demonstrating the University's commitment to have all required compliance-related elements in place before expending funds.
The Proposal Dashboard within RAMSeS creates the University’s official record for each sponsored research project. The RAMSeS Internal Processing Form (IPF) is required for each research proposal of a grant, contract, or cooperative agreement and it is used to collect financial and compliance information and documentation needed for internal review and approval.
This operating standard establishes the internal deadline for providing Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), the Sponsored Programs Office (SPO), and the Office of Clinical Trials (OCT) with completed proposals and any other materials required for submission to the sponsor.
Research Administration Management System and eSubmission (RAMSeS) is used to create and manage the official University record for each sponsored project in a consistent, efficient manner. Each record contains both financial and compliance information necessary for proposal submission as well as award management once an award is funded.