Posts Tagged ‘InfoEd’

Essential Training for Grant Administration: InfoEd & OGA

Essential components to grant management at OHSU include the use of InfoEd for submitting proposals to Grants.gov, and once awards are granted, the financial management of those funds through Oracle’s grants accounting module, OGA. The following two hands-on classes show participants how to start using InfoEd and OGA right away! InfoEd for Grants.gov Submissions – September 10 Walk through the process of creating and routing an NIH R01 proposal as well as a non-R01 proposal. … Read More

InfoEd & ePPQ Training, March 6

InfoEd’s Proposal Development module is the proposal preparation module required by Research Grants and Contracts. Gain valuable hands-on experience as Research Grants & Contracts staff walk you through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module. InfoEd & ePPQ Training (for grants.gov submissions) – Learn how to create and route an NIH R01 proposal and create an Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) in this 3.5-hour hands-on class. Tuesday, March 6, 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. InfoEd & ePPQ Training (for … Read More

InfoEd & ePPQ Training, Dec. 12

Don’t forget: The Electronic Proposed Project Questionnaire (ePPQ) will become mandatory for applications submitted through Research Grants & Contracts starting January 1, 2013. Sign up for training today. Gain valuable hands-on experience by attending any of these upcoming classes. Knowledgeable Research Grants & Contracts staff walk attendees through the submission of grant applications and ePPQs using the InfoEd module. InfoEd – OHSU uses InfoEd for most NIH, CDC or AHRQ proposals that require electronic submission. Eventually, all proposals … Read More

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