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Grants Administration training is required for anyone that needs grants administration and/or final approver access in Banner. The training consists of 5 self-study modules, each with a test, and a final exam. The training and tests are delivered via Blackboard. Please note, for final approver access you must also complete the Banner FIS Grants training.
Banner FIS Grants training is required for anyone that needs grants query only, grants administration, and/or final approver access in Banner. The training and test are delivered via Blackboard
The University Research Administrators Network Group (URANG) is a component of OSRAA’s education and outreach activities, bringing together departmental and OSU research administration staff university-wide. It provides a unique opportunity for OSRAA to share information, explore issues, share solutions and techniques, and work together to improve the research administration enterprise at OSU. URANG hosts a listserv to advise of the next meeting date, time, and location and to disseminate information.
To add your name to the listserv, send an email to email@example.com. Include in the email: Your name, your email address and the message “Please add these names to the listserv”.
Outreach and Education Presentation Slides
This presentation provides an overview of the Who, What, When, Where & Why of OSRAA!
This presentation provides an update from the Task Forces for Project-level Payroll Certification and Sponsored Project Reconciliation.
This presentation covers the DocuSign process for the OSRAA Labor Distribution form.
This presentation covers changes to procurement standards.
This presentation describes the process and financial monitoring requirements for outgoing subawards from OSU.
The presentation covers documentation standards for expenses and cost transfers.
This presentation covers key personnel effort budgeting.
This presentation covers the core functions of the cash and financial management unit.
This presentation covers updates to high-risk subawards, uniform guidance, and cash management.
This presentation covers an overview and outreach effort regarding project closeouts.
This presentation covers updates to effort reporting and uniform guidance.
This presentation covers policy updates to sea pay, effort reporting, and labor distributions.
This presentation covers the new PI Letter and the Pending Index policy change.
This presentation covers a new budget format.
This presentation covers payroll cost transfers and labor distribution.
This presentation covers documentation on payments and cost transfers.
This presentation covers budgeting, expending, deposits, and F&A for buildings and space rentals.
This presentation covers the top "ten-ish" things you need to know about uniform guidance.
This training is designed for regular users of the system such as Research Administrative Support personnel and Grant Coordinators. The training addresses more advanced proposal considerations and encourages sharing of tips, tricks and proven best-practices.
This training is appropriate for new faculty, new staff or those seeking a refresher on the proposal management system. A step by step overview of proposal creation is presented, highlighting tips, tricks and shortcuts, as well as an explanation of the distinction between 424 and SP functionalities.
For questions regarding Cayuse Training, please contact the Office of Sponsored Research and Award Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-737-4933.
If you are an individual that administers grants funds use the links below to find modules and resources pertaining to grant administration. The modules and resources provide an excellent source for employee self-study. The self-study materials include information audits, allowable/unallowable costs, grant life cycle, PAR, cost sharing, equipment, subawards and procurements, fellowships/NRAs, and accounting.
Banner FIS training is required for anyone that needs grants query only, grants administration, and/or final approver access in Banner. Training will cover Banner forms, reports, viewing documents, and grant policies and fundamentals.
Use the link below to find a quick guide to Nolij Grant Query QRC