Modules By Research Area

Pre-Award

The Proposal Development module provides for the collaborative development of a proposal, including the collection of data and attachments required by your institution for approvals, reporting, and tracking. Up to thee users can edit a development proposal concurrently: one in the budget where detailed and modular budgets can be built using your rates and object codes, one uploading and editing attachments, and one in the remainder of the proposal record where details about the project personnel, compliance details, and additional summary data is entered. Information collected here can be used to support internal processes and procedures for all submissions and can serve double duty for Grants.gov opportunities through its System-to-System submission capabilities.

 

The Institutional Proposal module provides a versioned master record for the proposal. An Institutional Proposal is automatically created when a development proposal is finalized and can then be edited throughout the life of the proposal to update information such as adding newly hired personnel or changing the status of a compliance area requiring special review.

 

The Proposal Log module provides a record for a proposal that you do not submit through Proposal Development. Users (usually from the sponsored projects office) can create a Proposal Log for paper proposal submissions or for awards received prior to an electronic proposal.

Negotiation

The Negotiation module is used to track communication relevant to other Streamlyne Research sponsored projects records or standalone activities such as Material Transfer Agreements or Confidentiality Agreements. One or more Negotiations can be linked to a Proposal Log, Institutional Proposal, Award, or Subaward, which allows for accurate record keeping, streamlined reporting, and easy navigation through Streams. It is also possible to create standalone Negotiations to support the tracking of communication that is not directly related to other sponsored projects records.

Post-Award

The Award module is used to track and maintain funded awards. It includes a complete history of changes from notice of award through closeout. When a proposal is funded, a user (usually from the sponsored projects office) links an Award record to an Institutional Proposal, which populates the Award with information from the linked proposal that can then be modified and supplemented as needed. An award budget can be initiated by pulling in the budget from a corresponding proposal and then be modified as needed or it can be created from scratch from within the Award.

 

This module organizes and displays the due dates and statuses of required reports that meets the needs of various audiences. Every individual report entered as a sponsor requirement in each Award is captured and utilized by the Award Report Tracking module to generate lists of report requirements. At the click of a button, three standard report views are available and queries may also be modified and then sorted and grouped to tailor a report to suit individual needs.

 

The Subaward module is used to track detailed information on outgoing subawards to ensure compliance with sponsor and institution requirements. It includes the ability to track pass-through entity and subreceipient contacts as well as the history of funds released and the anticipated amount to be funded. It provides for the collection of data necessary to populate FDP subaward templates and the ability to generate FDP Subaward Agreements and Modifications.

Research Compliance

The IRB Protocol document is designed to take into consideration federally-mandated criteria regarding human research participants. The document works as an electronic protocol application created by an investigator, which is submitted to the institution’s Human Research Protections Office and then reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and its committee members. The document will track versions, amendments, renewals and impending expirations.

 

The IACUC Protocol document works as an electronic protocol application form created by an investigator, which is submitted to the institution’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and then reviewed by its committee members. The document will track versions, amendments, renewals and impending expirations. The module includes comprehensive Species, Procedures, and Protocol Exception sections for gathering greater detail on the use and care of animals.

 

The COI documents work as financial disclosure documents for the faculty, students, and staff who participate in designing, conducting, or reporting of research. The financial COI module provides a place for researchers to maintain significant financial interests and disclose any financial interests that could pose a conflict with their research.

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