All research proposals must be routed for internal approvals via Kuali Research before submission to the Sponsor. Please submit your proposal for review five business days before the due date. View the Online Tutorial at the link below to become familiar with Kuali Research or use it as a quick reference by clicking on specific sections on the left menu.
Call/email your assigned Sponsored Projects Administrator for help.
System to System (S2S) vs Non System to System (Non-S2S):
S2S proposals are those that are submitted directly to the sponsor from Kuali Research. These are NIH, NSF (non-collaborative) submissions and all other grants.gov submitted proposals. S2S proposals must be submitted to the sponsor two days before the proposal deadline. Please plan your proposal preparation accordingly.
Non-S2S are those proposals that would not be submitted via grants.gov, i.e. Industry, Foundations, State/Local Government, NASA and other Federal Sponsors that do not use grants.gov. These will be submitted as directed by the sponsor.
- Online Tutorial – How to create a proposal
- S2S Training Recording - NIH Example
- Live Training Sign-Up
- Updating Attachments During Routing
- Uploading Subaward Budget
- Kuali Research Proposal Types.pdf
How do I know if my proposal can be submitted System to System (S2S)?
• If there is a funding opportunity listed in grants.gov, the proposal can be submitted via S2S.
What if I can’t find one of my CoPIs in the system because they are adjunct faculty?
• Contact your Sponsored Projects Administrator to add your adjunct faculty Co-PI to the system. Only full-time faculty are automatically in the system.
What is the BYU Federal ID Number?
Which congressional district are we in?
What is the BYU DUNS number?
What is the BYU Cage Code?
What is the BYU IRB Assurance number?
What is the BYU IACUC Assurance number?
• D16-00461 (previously A3783-01)
Which method of indirect cost calculation does BYU use?
• Modified total direct cost
When is BYU's registration end date in the System for Awards Management (SAM)?
• November 13, 2021
There are numerous funding opportunities from federal and state agencies, private foundations, and corporations. The Research Development (RD) group can show you how to use the tools as part of a funding search strategy.