Systems and Forms

REGISTERING FOR A NEW NSF ACCOUNT: To register for a new NSF account you must register using the Harvard University DUNS (082359691). Even though the Harvard Chan School is listed as a potential organization, the School's profile is no longer in use: Therefore, the SPA Office will not have access to the proposal and will not be able to submit. The proposal application will have to be redone using the correct Harvard University DUNS (082359691) profile.

Systems & Systems Training

GMAS - Grants Management Application Suite

GMAS (Grants Management Applications Suite) A university-wide, web-based system for managing sponsored funding. GMAS is used to maintain proposal, award and subcontract data, activate accounts and monitor spending and approvals. It is also an online repository for storing grant-related documents.  For more help, please consult GMAS User Resources.

GMAS Basics and Requests (Training)

GMAS Basics and Requests

Course description : The GMAS Basics and Requests training is intended for individuals in departments who are responsible for creating or reviewing proposals for routing to central sponsored submitting offices, and individuals from central offices who are responsible for entering or reviewing proposal data in GMAS.Audience: Staff who create or review proposals for routing to central sponsored submitting offices, and staff from central offices who enter or review proposal data in GMAS.
Pre-Requisites: Access to GMAS (Grants Management Application Suite)

 
 

Registering for an NSF Account

PROPOSALS: YOU MUST HAVE AN ID to submit proposals to the NSF and conduct other award-related activities using NSF systems.

  • New NSF Registration: To register for a new NSF account you must register using the Harvard University DUNS (082359691). Even though the Harvard Chan School is listed as a potential organization, the School's profile is no longer in use: Therefore, the SPA Office will not have access to the proposal and will not be able to submit. The proposal application will have to be redone using the correct Harvard University DUNS (082359691) profile.
  • New Harvard Chan users; You must register using the Harvard University DUNS (082359691) and obtain the proper role (such as Pi/co-PI*)
  • Existing NSF user registration Affiliated with a different Institution, including Harvard Chan: You must check to make sure the listing is Affiliated with, and has the proper role* under Harvard University DUNS (082359691) (not Harvard Chan) before submitting proposals. Once the role is granted, if given a PI/co-PI role, the investigator will need to take certain steps and input information to finish completing registration.
  • Subcontracts: Both individual PIs and institutions need to be registered in Research.gov, so if you are working with a subcontractor, you should confirm that the institution and sub PIs are also properly registered.

See Register for an NSF Account to Begin Using FastLane and Research.gov to follow the step-by-step process to create a new NSF account: Remember you must register using the Harvard University DUNS (082359691).

OAIR/fCOI (Outside Activities and Interests Reporting) System

Preparing Your Application Using ASSIST (NIH)

Preparing Your Application Using ASSIST (NIH)

 

The Application Submission System & Interface for Submission Tracking (ASSIST) system is used to prepare and submit grant applications electronically to NIH and other Public Health Service agencies. Check out this step by step guide for using ASSIST.

On this page you can preview process for:

  • Single-project Application
  • Multi-project Application
  • Navigating ASSIST Screen

Workspace

Workspace Overview   

Workspace is the standard way for organizations or individuals to apply for federal grants in Grants.gov. Workspace allows a grant team to simultaneously access and edit different forms within an application. Plus, the forms can be filled out online or offline — your choice.

 

ASSIST login

eRA Training - eRA Commons

eRA Training - eRA Commons - NIH electronic Research Administration Training

External Systems

ASSIST login

FDP Clearinghouse

Grants.gov

Grants.gov

Searchable database of all grant opportunities offered by 26 Federal Agencies

Grants.gov Community Blog

NSF Fastlane

NSF Research.gov

NSF.Research. gov is where you can Prepare & Submit NSF proposals via NSF Fastline. 

REGISTERING FOR A NEW NSF ACCOUNT: To register for a new NSF account you must register using the Harvard University DUNS (082359691)Even though the Harvard Chan School is listed as a potential organization the School's profile is no longer in use: Therefore, the SPA Office will not have access to the proposal and will not be able to submit. The proposal application will have to be redone using the correct (Harvard University DUNS (082359691) profile.

 

Proposal Development Forms

Internal Routing Form Awards:Funding Sources Internal to Harvard

Late Proposal Notification Form

Late Proposal Notification Form

This form needs to be completed and submitted to SPA for proposals that do not meet that fall under the  for review and submission.

New Sponsor Approval Form

OAIR/fCOI (Outside Activities and Interests Reporting) System

OAIR/fCOI Form for Non-Harvard Investigators

OAIR/fCOI Training for Non-Harvard Investigators

Participation Agreements

Each person performing research at Harvard should sign either the Harvard University Participation Agreement (PA) or Visitor Participation Agreement (VPA), as applicable. For information on who should sign which form, see the PA and VPA Guidance.

Subject Matter Resource:  OTD

PI Eligibility Overview (Checklist)

PI Eligibility Overview is a checklist of PI eligibility by appointment and award type.

PI Eligibility Waiver Form

Statement of Intent Form