The PI/CoPI prompt allows the user to search by the Principal Investigator (PI), identified as the Lead PI in Cayuse, and a Co-PI as identified in the Cayuse Investigators/Research Team tab.
Users can also search by the Sponsor, the organization providing the funds directly to NYU to perform the project.
This is a unique identifier (numeric or alpha-numeric) assigned by the sponsoring agency to the Proposal.
This is a required filter and indicates the NYU Department of the PI/CoPI.
This is a number generated within Cayuse and assigned to track the proposal.
Proposal Project Start Fiscal Year
This is the start date of the proposalproject.
This identifies whether the proposal or award is new, a continuation, modification, supplement, etc (NOTE: Refer to the "Key Definitions" below for a detailed list of Proposal types).
Dept Approval in Process
Waiting for authorization by the Dept Chair and/or Dean. The proposal may or may not have been submitted to the sponsor.
Admin Office in Process
Waiting for OSP to complete their final review of the Cayuse record. The proposal may or may not have been submitted to the sponsor.
OSP has approved the Cayuse proposal record. The proposal most likely has been submitted to the sponsor.
The proposal is officially submitted to the sponsor and is awaiting a decision.
OSP has received notification from the sponsor that they intend to make an award. However, we do not have an award yet.
The proposal was selected for funding. NOTE: This DOES NOT indicate funds are available for spending. Refer to the proposal’s key indicators to confirm whether the project, budget and chartfield have been setup.
The proposal was not selected for funding.
Proposal Project Start Date: This is the proposed start of the project.
Proposal End Project End Date: This is the proposed end date of the project.
Proposal Project Type: Type of proposal as indicated in Cayuse. Proposal Types include:
A proposal being submitted for the first time.
A proposal for an additional scope of work and funds to an existing project during the same period of performance.
A proposal to extend the same work for an additional period of performance.
A proposal submitted for the second time, usually as a response to peer reviews.
A competitively reviewed proposal requesting additional funds extending the scope of work beyond the current project period.
An application that proposes a change in the Funding Agency's financial obligations or any other change in the terms and conditions of the existing award.
Emphasis is on soliciting interest or ideas. Usually the first part of a two-step process.
Defined as an internal NYU proposal.
Letter of Intent/White Paper
A type of Preliminary Proposal, most commonly used by private foundations and/or Department of Defense agencies.
An agreement not related to the provision of funds or other types of extramural support.
Extension with Additional Funds
Used with existing awards and indicates additional time and funds needed.
Extension without Additional Funds
Used with existing awards and indicates additional time needed.
Used with existing awards to indicate a change to the project or terms and conditions that may or may not involve the provision of funds.
A type of New Proposal commonly used when a PI is bringing a grant to NYU.