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4. Submit Proposal


Work with UNM Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) to facilitate the submission of your proposal to the funding agency. Create a Cayuse Record for any external funding to UNM.

How-to

Step 1.

Complete the required UNM Learning Central GMT 100: Grants Management Training for Principal Investigators & request your CayuseSP account & any additional accounts (e.g., NSF Fastlane, NIH eRA Commons, etc.).

Step 2.

Create a Cayuse record to enter and submit your proposal documents and forms through CayuseSP . Route Cayuse record to obtain UNM departmental approvals (i.e. PI certification, Department Chair approvals, Dean approvals etc.) and submit your proposal to OSP. Allow enough time for individuals in your department's routing queue to review and approve your proposal record.This will enable the routing for required UNM certifications & approvals (i.e. PI Certifications, Department Chair Approvals, etc.). Allow enough time for individuals in your routing queue to review and approve your proposal submission.

IMPORTANT: UNM OSP requires complete proposal packages (to include the budget, budget justification, a draft of the technical section and full ARO access of the agency portal record, i.e. NSF Fastlane) to be submitted & routed in Cayuse SP, 5 business days or 40 business hours from the funding agency's deadline.
Additionally, you can also request assistance with compiling your proposal package

Step 3.

UNM OSP will review your proposal to ensure compliance with funding agency requirements and UNM policy and submit your proposal to the funding agency. Be available, or designate a project contact, to work directly with OSP to address all of the proposal solicitation requirements and successfully submit your proposal. Complete any outstanding research compliance requirements.

Step 4.

Be available, or designate a project contact, to respond to UNM OSP’s requests for information and complete any outstanding research compliance requirements.

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