Institute for Clinical and Translational Science Supports Cayuse424 for Grants.gov Submissions
The Division of Sponsored Programs is very pleased to announce an extension of our institutional licensing of Cayuse424, allowing continued use with Grants.gov applications through June 2010. This extension was made possible by our NIH-supported Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, which will commit a portion of its discretionary funds to a year's use of Cayuse, and by the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR)
If your unit is not currently using Cayuse424 for submissions to Grants.gov, we urge you to begin doing so immediately. The NIH is currently transitioning to Adobe forms, and will update those forms as early as April 2009. As new packages are released, the current PureEdge forms and existing packages will become obsolete. Cayuse will eliminate the need to shift to Adobe and any future versions of Grants.gov forms, enabling virtually seamless transitions.
Additional training opportunities have been posted on the DSP Cayuse Training website. Please contact Jennifer Lassner in the Division of Sponsored Programs (firstname.lastname@example.org, 335-3710) if you have any questions or Dave Myers if you would like to schedule a Cayuse demonstration for your unit.
We extend our appreciation to the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science and the OVPR for their support and dedication to the UI research community and mission.
Twila Fisher Reighley
Assistant Vice President for Research
Senior Associate Director, DSP