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Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

  • 1.  Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    TEAM CAYUSE
    Posted 15 days ago
    Edited by Matty Gilreath 15 days ago
    Hi Everyone,

    I posted this last week on our Post-Award channel, but I thought I would move it over
    to our larger audience here on General Discussion>

    Cayuse SP customer 
    @Tom Piechota, PhD, PE of Chapman University is interested in
    using SP for internally-funded proposals and awards. We were chatting about how to
    best do that and decided to open up the discussion here on the Community!

    With input from Sydney in our Customer Delivery team, based on what she's seen some SP
    customers do, we had suggested using ​the Proposal/Award Type dropdown list to add "Internal
    Funding" as an option. That way you could track both the proposal and later the award (it's a shared
    dropdown list). Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal proposals and awards? ​How are you
    identifying them as such, for accurate reporting?

    Thanks,

    Matty

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    Matty Gilreath
    Customer Success Manager
    Cayuse
    matty.gilreath@cayuse.com
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  • 2.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    CAYUSE CHAMPION
    Posted 14 days ago
    Hello! 
    Ball State does use SP to keep records of internal proposals and awards. We have both student and faculty opportunities through the "ASPIRE Internal Grant Program". We have our student assistant enter all the proposal information after the submission (the applications are actually submitted through a different system that does not route for approvals or ask for extra information), then only the faculty awards that request a course release are routed for departmental approvals. This cuts down on the administrative burden to the departments and colleges. 

    More recently (within the last 2 years), the new faculty start-up applications, through funding from the Office of the Provost, have been set up and routed in Cayuse SP.  The new faculty aren't actually onboarded at the time the proposal goes through for approvals, so the chairperson is set as the PI. Once the new faculty arrive and the personnel record is in Cayuse, we update our proposal record and create the award record. These awards are managed by our post-award team (also a newer process). 

    In both cases, we have a descriptive sponsor - "Aspire Junior Faculty" or "Provost Start-Up Package" (or whatever the appropriate program name is), all with Internal as the Sponsor Type and New Internal as the Proposal Type.

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    Augusta Isley
    Senior Proposal Manager
    Ball State University
    amwray@bsu.edu
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  • 3.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    CAYUSE CHAMPION
    Posted 13 days ago

    Hello All,

    We do not use Cayuse to track internal awards.  OU has Digital Measures or I believe it has been re-branded as Activity Insight.  The PI has to enter those type of awards in that system manually.  Unfortunately this does make it a little more difficult to make sure they are getting a complete picture of a PI's activity for things such as tenure reviews, etc...

    I do think by adding in the proper types, status, designations to indicate that this is an internal award, that it would work well to have them in Cayuse.

    HTH

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    Jim Summers
    Data Manager
    University of Oklahoma
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  • 4.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    CAYUSE CHAMPION
    Posted 13 days ago
    We do at Denver Health. We have a distinct instrument type for our internal grant submissions that differentiates the type for reporting purposes. Then we add the project coordinator as the Proposal Editor on each for visibility. That's the only real change to our regular routing process. The end user process mimics our external grant application process on purpose. Ours is a junior investigator funding, so we are engaging new researcher and we are try to normalize them to our research admin team and processes as part of this internal grant application process. Many of the recipients go on to apply for external funding, so we focus on providing exceptional customer service and onboarding them to all things research admin during this internal grant submission process. ​

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    Amanda Breeden
    Director, Department of Sponsored Programs & Research
    Denver Health and Hospital Authority
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  • 5.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    CAYUSE CHAMPION
    Posted 13 days ago
    We also track unfunded human subjects research through a similar instrument type distinction. It's worked out lovely for our reporting (we're feeding data into Tableau) and providing a more well rounded picture of PI/Departmental research.

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    Amanda Breeden
    Director, Department of Sponsored Programs & Research
    Denver Health and Hospital Authority
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  • 6.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    NEW MEMBER
    Posted 14 days ago
    Hello!
    I believe that using Cayuse SP to see internal research proposals and awards would be beneficial.  At the moment, we only have the external grant reporting and review, etc. but adding in the internal awards would help to see the whole picture of a PI's funds, etc.
    Also, if possible, being able to add notes or comments within the system so those who have access to these accounts can see information related to the fund that may not be seen or available in the report itself.
    This was a great question!
    Mary

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    Mary Burns
    Funds Manager
    University of Pennsylvania
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  • 7.  RE: Do you use Cayuse SP to manage internal awards?

    TEAM CAYUSE
    Posted 8 days ago

    Great discussion and suggestions! Thank you all for sharing. I learned
    some nifty tips, and I am sure others did, too.

    FYI: I was just on the phone with an SP customer in TX and this topic came up, 
    so we both looked to this discussion for the latest comments (she had
    been following it last week, too). 

    If anyone else has more examples to share here, by all means let's keep this 
    chat going!

    Please feel free to reach out to Cayuse Support and/or your Cayuse Customer
    Success Manager to continue this dialogue and explore adding internally-funded
    grants to your Cayuse SP. 

    Thanks,

    Matty



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    Matty Gilreath
    Customer Success Manager
    Cayuse
    matty.gilreath@cayuse.com
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