PeopleSoft Grants

Oracle's PeopleSoft Grants is an entirely web-based grants life cycle management solution. You can manage the full life cycle of research administration, including proposal generation, transitioning proposals into awards, award tracking, facilities and administration processing, comprehensive bill generation, and flexible financial reporting.

  • PeopleSoft Grants
 
Feature Benefit
Seamless Proposal Creation and Submission
  • Easily create initial proposals, modify existing proposals, and request continuations that include information required by sponsoring agencies
  • Generate National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other forms using an XML-based forms solution
  • Set up flexible proposal structures by creating one or many proposal projects
  • Track concurrent submissions, intellectual property issues, pre-award spending allowances and limits, and previous awards
Centralized Budget Management
  • Establish budget categories and resources
  • Include comprehensive information in your proposal budgets such as fringe benefits, facilities, and administration burdening
  • Re-budget for award modifications and continuations
Efficient Award Administration
  • Support as many projects as required within a single award
  • Manage pre-award spending accounts and administer sub-awards
  • Track certification and compliance requirements, as well as award attributes, terms, keywords, and milestones
Flexible Billing and Reporting
  • Easily accommodate the required billing formats for federal and non-federal sponsors
  • Interface with PeopleSoft Billing from the billing worksheet to generate both letter of credit and cash bills
Real-Time Cost Visibility
  • Review expenditures and process journal entries with interfaces to PeopleSoft Enterprise Billing, Contracts, General Ledger, and Project Costing
  • Burden sponsor, waived, and cost-shared facilities and administration costs
  • Distinguish between sponsor-awarded and cost-shared transactions using distinct analysis types
 
 
 
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