Current Classes

Cayuse 424 Part 2

This is part 2 of the 2 part class.

Cayuse424 helps organizations collaborate, manage, and apply for federal funding. Cayuse424 is a hosted Web application created specifically for Grants.gov and the complex federal grant proposal process. Cayuse424 analyzes submission data from Grants.gov and allows more reliable and more accurate preparation and submission of federal grant proposals. Their rejection rate is very low because Cayuse424 performs over 1,000 validations, including all Grants.gov validations, prior to submission. The Office of Sponsored Programs will be providing training of the Cayuse software throughout the year. Training will cover: User Start-up, Managing Professional Profiles, Managing and Editing Proposals, Attaching Documents to the Proposal, Preparing Budgets, Proposals with Subawards.com, Routing and Approving Proposals, Submitting Proposals.

 

Price: Free Event

Date: April 16, 2014

Available Spaces: 2

Member Only Event

Export Control & TCP

Learn more on the federal laws governing Export Control (EAR /ITAR) as they relate to Georgia Tech and our research programs. This course will provide the knowledge needed to ensure compliance with your Technology Control Plan (TCP) and keep you out of jail.

Price: Free Event

Date: April 17, 2014

Available Spaces: 23

Member Only Event

Export Control & TCP

Learn more on the federal laws governing Export Control (EAR /ITAR) as they relate to Georgia Tech and our research programs. This course will provide the knowledge needed to ensure compliance with your Technology Control Plan (TCP) and keep you out of jail.

Price: Free Event

Date: May 15, 2014

Available Spaces: 23

Member Only Event

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