Agency Electronic Submissions

For all electronic submissions, final ready-to-submit proposals are due no later than 9am the business day before the sponsor deadline.

This is especially important for S2S (System-to-System) submissions using SF424 forms as errors may only present themselves upon submission. Troubleshooting and confirming corrections with the agency specific help desk can take 24 - 48 hours (or more) depending on submission volume.

PI Approval to Submit Electronic Proposals

URA will not submit an electronic proposal without authorization from the Principal Investigator (PI) or the department administrator delegated to authorize on behalf of the PI. Internet based systems can get bogged down during periods of high traffic. It is good practice to have a final ready-to-submit proposal ready and approved by a PI as the deadline time approaches. PIs and local administrators are advised not to wait till almost the designated hour of a deadline to provide URA authorization for proposal submission. If you have any questions, please contact your URA Manager.

Federal Electronic Submission - is the central portal that the federal government has implemented for grant submissions. For more information, visit the URA page.

FastLane - FastLane is the National Science Foundation (NSF) online website through which NSF conducts a relationship to researchers and potential researchers, reviewers, and research administrators and their organizations. For more information, visit the URA Fastlane page.

NIH eRA Commons

Department of Education e-Grants (Education)

Institute of Education Sciences (IIES)

Department of Energy - PAMS (DOE)
DOE revised budget requests are handled similar to the way NSF revised budget requests are handled:

  1. The PI and SRO receive DOE request via e-mail.
  2. The PI (or PC-O) logs into PAMS, uploads the required budget and justification, and forwards to SRO (as they would do with a Proposal File Update in Fastlane).
  3. In AURA, the PC-O creates a JIT request, uploads the required documents, and forwards for URA Review.
  4. The URA-M reviews the proposed documents in AURA.
  5. If there are no comments, the URA-M submits the documents in PAMS and completes the JIT activity in AURA.

    a) If there are comments, the URA-M uses the JIT Changes Requested activity to notify the PC-O and forwards the Budget back to the PI in PAMS. Once the PC-O makes the required changes, forwards the revised Budget back to SRO in PAMS and completes the Changes Made activity, the URA-M then proceeds with the submission as noted above.

Department of Justice Grants Management System (JustGrants)

Office of Naval Research (ONR)

National Aeronautics and Space Administration NSPIRES (NASA)

Space Telescope Grants Management System (STGMS)

Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP)

Non-Federal Electronic Submission

proposalCENTRAL - proposalCentral is an e-grantmaking website shared by many government, non-profit, and private grant-making organizations including JDRF and ACS.

AHA Grants@Heart - Grants@Heart is the online proposal submission portal for all American Heart Associationapplications.

Komen Grants Access - Komen Grants Access is the online proposal submission portal for all Susan G. Komen for the Cure applications.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grantmaking Online - Grantmaking Online is the online proposal submission portal for all Robert Wood Johnson Foundation applications.

Non-Federal Agencies

American Cancer Society (ACS)

American Diabetes Association (ADA)

European Commission (EC)

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)