COEUS/PEER Refresher Training: if interested complete this REDCap Survey.
- Going over how COEUS/PEER interact
- What are SPA processes?
- Any other questions you might have...
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NCURA ANNUAL MEETING : August 5 - 8, 2018 in Washington, DC.
- Glossary of PEER "Contract Officer Contract Status Explanation" terms in UNIV "Status" tab
- PEER Manual
- (A Short Summary of Federal Grants)
- Preparing a Grant Proposal
- (short videos on a variety of research-related topics: award management, contracting, cost-sharing, NIH-NSF)
- From the SPA Specialists:
- Article from NIH-NIAID’s website: A Refresher on Subawards
- Correction to Application Guide Instructions for Subawards Not Active in All Budget Periods of the Prime Applicant
- Agency PRIOR APPROVAL MATRIX (great resource for determining if agency permission is needed prior to changes)
- Guide for running Oracle Business Intelligence Reports
- How to Search in COEUS
- VA - IPA (procedures for establishing)
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The Council is a private, independent, nonprofit organization that develops and administers a voluntary program for the certification of individuals who meet the requirements established by the Council. The Council is composed of volunteer individuals committed to the continuing improvement of the research administration profession and to assisting in the education and training of individuals who wish to become proficient in this field. Through the Body of Knowledge and the certification process, the Council provides those entering the field with a training guide and a goal by which they can measure themselves as professionals.
The designation of Certified Research Administrator (CRA), Certified Pre-Award Research Administrator (CPRA), and Certified Financial Research Administrator (CFRA) means that an individual has met the requirements of the Research Administrators Certification Council's eligibility requirements and has demonstrated a level of knowledge necessary for a person to be a professional research or sponsored programs administrator.
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