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Administrative Glossary Animal Resources The Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) ensures that all animal research is conducted in accordance with IACUC standards and complies with the Public Health Service policies and USDA animal welfare regulations. Policies and procedures regarding animal research are available on the IACUC website, including: Forms for Animal Researchers Animal Research Policies Resources for Animal Researchers Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of l990, as amended in 2008, see Disability Support Services Animal Subjects See Animal Resources

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BANNER BANNER is the University's recognized financial management and accounting system. For Banner training, click Banner Grants Training. For Banner Time and Effort Reporting click Banner Time and Effort Reporting User's Guide.
Biological Safety Bright Side of Grants The OSP monthly grants newsletter is named after our first Graduate Assistant, Laura Bright, who created the newsletter: News and Events Budget Estimating & Development Contact the OSP for details and Excel cost estimating worksheets, and forms for planning research budgets. Budget Management The Grants Accounting furnishes principal investigators and related staff with necessary guidance for properly managing the accounting aspect of grants and other sponsored agreements: Forms and Policies Post-Award Financial Management Federal Regulations Reports & Other Information Training

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Calendar Catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance ( CFDA) Cayuse Cayuse424 is a web-based application used to submit electronic proposals to federal funding agencies through Grants.gov. Login to Cayuse Cayuse Inc. software support site Cayuse 424 reference manual Cayuse FAQ Training materials Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence, or CSCE Changes or modifications to a grant or contract, contact OSP Close Out Closing out a grant is an involved process and has several steps. If you have questions, contact OSP Community of Science COS - Includes services such as a searchable funding opportunity database wherein the user can save and track searches; COS Expertise, a database of profiles of experts and potential collaborators with the ability to create and update an online curriculum vitae; and funding alerts. Compliance Contact the University Counsel Office , Office of University Compliance, for compliance questions. Conflict of Interest Contact the University Counsel Office or the Office of Sponsored Programs COI for Externally Sponsored Projects Interim COI for PHS-Funded Research Only Copyright The Copyright Duplication Policy contained in the Grand Valley Manual states, "It is the policy of Grand Valley State University (hereinafter, University) to follow the United States Copyright Law of 1976, as amended, (Title 17, United States Code, hereinafter, the Copyright Act, which includes the provisions of the TEACH Act)." Consult the policy for additional information. Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) for information on undergraduate research and funding opportunities

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Disabilities Support Services for more information on GVSU disability support services and the Americans with Disabilities Act Diversity and Inclusion for more information on GVSU inclusion and equity

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Effort Reporting Banner Time and Effort Reporting User's Guide eRA Commons The eRA Commons is a virtual meeting place where NIH extramural grantee organizations, grantees, and the public can receive and transmit information about the administration of biomedical and behavioral research. The eRA Commons is divided into both unrestricted and restricted portions that provide for public and confidential information, respectively. eResearch Administration Electronic Research Administration (ERA)

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Facilities and Administrative Cost Rate Agreement, click here Fastlane FastLane is the National Science Foundation (NSF) online website through which we conduct our relationship to researchers and potential researchers, reviewers, and research administrators and their organizations. FastLane Help for Fastlane questions and online help Forms Check here for forms used by all components of the Office of Sponsored Programs. FOIA Michigan Freedom of Information Act. The Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requires full disclosure of public records, unless those records are exempt under the Act. The University Counsel Office website includes links to: Freedom of Information Act Request Form; Freedom of Information Act; and Freedom of Information Act Policy Frequently Required Data for grant proposals

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COS - Includes services such as a searchable funding opportunity database wherein the user can save and track searches; COS Expertise, a database of profiles of experts and potential collaborators with the ability to create and update an online curriculum vitae; and funding alerts. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance - Provides access to a database of all Federal programs available to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally-recognized Indian tribal governments; Territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. Grants.gov - Online source to find and apply for federal government grants. Today, Grants.gov is a central storehouse for information on over 1,000 grant programs and provides access to approximately $400 billion in annual awards. Grants Resource Center (GRC) - A not-for-profit service of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), offers a range of informational services to member campuses: the GrantSearch database promotes efficient searching for higher education funding; a Funded Proposal Library allows access to successful applications; Agency Summaries describe priorities of federal and private funders; and the Campus Policy Statements disseminate best practices on a range of topics from intellectual property to research ethics For help with customized searches

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GVSU Compliance Contact the University Counsel Office, Office of Compliance Graduate Assistantships Grant Funded Hiring Process or Personnel Support. Grants Accounting

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HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) See Grand Valley's HIPPA information page with Power Point Presentation. Hiring Grant Personnel See Human Resources and also see Personnel Support. Human Participants, payment of Human Resources at GVSU Human Subjects The Human Research Review Committee (HRRC) "ensures that the basic rights and welfare of research participants are fostered and protected." The HRRC website houses extensive resources applicable to research involving living persons, and includes pages addressing topics below. Submission Guide Procedures & Regulations Committee Information Training & Resources IRBNet Forms & Documents IRBNET Information

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Indirect Costs See Facilities and Administrative Costs Institute for Museum and Library Services Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) The Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) purpose is to "ensure that all animal research at GVSU is conducted in accordance with IACUC standards and complies with the Public Health Service policies and USDA animal welfare regulations." Policies and procedures regarding animal research are available on the IACUC website, including: Forms for Animal Researchers Animal Research Policies Resources for Animal Researchers Institutional Review Board (IRB) See Human Subjects, HRRC website Intellectual Property Contact the Office of University Counsel Internal Grants for information on internal grants supporting scholarly and creative activity
Internal Review & Approval Form - form used to obtain internal approval from department heads, deans, etc. Inventions Contact University Counsel for guidance on the invention process.

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Laboratory Safety for details on GVSU laboratory safety, training, and procedures. Laboratory Safety Plan

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Material Data Safety Sheets . The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that MSDS's "shall be maintained and kept in a readily accessible area." This means that MSDS's for the hazardous substances that you work with should be available and accessible to you. Any MSDS's received with shipments or received separately should be placed in your MSDS binder or file. MSDS's should be kept and maintained because they provide necessary, helpful, and useful information on the properties of the chemical or chemical product. It is also vital to your personal safety to have MSDS's accessible for immediate reference in the event of an emergency such as a spill, fire, or physical contact with the chemical. Visit MSDS.com for access to a comprehensive listing of Material Safety Data Sheets with over 1,000,000 MSDS's and 1,000 links directly to manufacturers. For more information, contact Procurement Services. Michigan Department of Education Michigan Department of Natural Resources Michigan Economic Development Corporation Misconduct Policy The University Research Integrity Policy outlines the institutional ethical values applicable to all research activities at GVSU

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National Endowment for the Arts National Endowment for the Humanities National Institutes of Health National Institutes of Health Research Grant Types National Science Foundation

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Office of Business and Finance, grants accounting

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Patents Contact the Office of Technology Transfer for details on the patent process. Payment to Human Participants Personnel Support for your grant Policies and Procedures for GVSU and Office of Sponsored Programs policies and procedures Program Income Program income is gross income-earned by a grantee, a consortium participant, or a contractor under a grant-that was directly generated by the grant-supported activity or earned as a result of the award. Program income includes, but is not limited to, income from fees for services performed; charges for the use or rental of real property, equipment or supplies acquired under the grant; the sale of commodities or items fabricated under an award; charges for research resources; and license fees and royalties on patents and copyrights. (Note: Program income from license fees and royalties from copyrighted material, patents, and inventions is exempt from reporting requirements.) Proposal Development Principal Investigators can log in to develop electronic proposals via Cayuse424 Proposal Writing Aids Foundation Center Resources NIH resources for new investigators NIH peer review process and scoring NIH video on peer review NSF proposal preparation guide Purchasing policies and procedures

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Research.gov Research Compliance Research Integrity The University Research Integrity Policy outlines the institutional ethical values applicable to all research activities at GVSU. See additional information about Human Subjects Research, Animal Research, and Technology Commercialization. Responsible Conduct of Research, click here

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Sabbaticals for more information on funding sources for sabbaticals Searches for grants or funding opportunities Student employment or hiring students

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Technology Commercialization The Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) "protects and facilitates the conversion of the intellectual properties of the university to benefit the community and the university.". Information about the intellectual properties initiative is available on the TCO website. Training Click on the links below for training on: Accounting Banner Grants Training Animal research Investigator and Member Training Cayuse Training materials Human Subjects Training & Resources. Travel policy and procedures

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Unallowable Costs Contact the Office of Sponsored Programs

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Workshops for a calendar of workshops and meetings of interest to researchers

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