The Grant Lifecycle is the cyclical process research can follow throughout it's lifetime. As simple as finding, applying for and receiving a single research grant or building upon different phases of a multi-faceted research topic. The stages of the Grant Lifecycle are:
Each stage has process owners and contains various phases.
Phase I: Initial meetings and grant start-up
Phase II: Grant writing
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Phase III: Grant submission
The proposal must receive OSP approval prior to submission. Here are the steps:
This is the day-to-day administration of the grant.
Steps to closing out a project:
Even when a project is concluded, the process will continue through either extension grants to continue research or projects, as well as to create visibility on and off campus about the research that was done and the impact it is having.
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