Welcome to the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
The Ohio University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) supports faculty, staff, and students in their efforts to seek, secure, and manage extramural funding in the most accurate and efficient manner. ORSP is responsible for endorsing all proposals submitted to external agencies by the Ohio University community. Pre- and post-award staff aid in proposal development and award negotiation, ensuring alignment with sponsor guidelines and university, state, and federal policies.
Pre-Award Services: proposal preparation & submission
Post-Award Services: award notification, account set up, reporting
ORSP tracks proposals through the submission, review, and award process, and maintains the official record (uniterm file). The LEO Electronic Research management system provides electronic proposal approval routing, contains subsequent awards received, and prepares annual reports on grant and contract activity. For assistance accessing LEO, please contact your assigned pre- or post-award manager or Mike Bump, Records Management Associate, 740.593.2858, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Locate Funding Opportunities
The following subscription services have been identified to assist with External Funding Sources:
In addition, ORSP manages limited submission opportunities on behalf of the university. To access a list of these opportunities, please visit Active Limited Submission Opportunities.
Internal Funding Sources are managed by the Office of the Vice President for Research. Please visit http://www.ohio.edu/research/Funding.cfm to learn more about internal deadlines, guidelines, and forms.
Why should you attend? This program will cover export controls and national security concerns applicable to research at those universities that may not have a skilled or dedicated export control officer or export control compliance office. The session will address export control issues and their applicability in the everyday life of the pre‐award research administrator (proposal review, award negotiations), department administrator (field research trips, foreign travel, shipments), and faculty members (conferences, meetings, sharing of data/etc). The session will also include a discussion of other national security issues (e.g., security plans, access to classified information) that may arise in contract negotiations. How to "start from the very basics" in building an internal export control management plan, training, etc. will be included. The Obama Administration's new export control reform initiatives and their affect on universities would be discussed. This session will not review the licensing process, as its focus will be to provide an overview of how export control and national security regulations apply to academic institutions.
When? Thursday, September 13th, 2012, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Where? Baker University Center 240
How? Go to Ohio University Seminars & Workshops Online Registration at: http://seminars.admsrv.ohio.edu/seminars/menu.cfm and register using your oak ID and password. Go to "Research & Sponsored Programs" "NCURA WORKSHOP SERIES 2012". If the system does not take your password you may need to go to http://www.ohio.edu/oit/services/myaccount.cfm and change your password. Registration is limited to 50 participants. Feel free to bring your lunch.
Expenditure information now available in LEO! Get expenditure and encumbrance information on your project. Go to your project or a project to which you have been given access. Toward the top of the screen you will see a list of text links of which one of those will be View Expenditures.