Welcome to Post Award Services
The Purdue University Board of Trustees designated December 27-29 as a winter recess. Combined with the annual University holidays, the full length of the closure will be from December 23, 2016 - January 2, 2017.
Sponsored Program Services Offices (SPS) are intending to be closed during this period and we ask that you plan ahead for any sponsored program activity that may be affected by the closure. SPS is dedicated to serving the research administration needs of the University community and will be monitoring our office email accounts to ensure we are available to address any emergency needs that may arise. These email addresses are listed below:
Please notify us immediately if you anticipate any proposal activity, contract deadlines, special billing needs, or other sponsor programs activity that require processing before calendar year end. Please plan accordingly, recognizing that December 22nd will be our last day in the office this year.
We wish you all a happy holiday season and we look forward to working with you in 2017.
The Post Award area is committed to provide timely, accurate, and courteous assistance to our faculty, external sponsors and other University personnel. We assist our customers in exercising good fiscal management practices for the administration of externally funded sponsored programs at Purdue University during the lifecycle from establishment to closeout. We provide expertise to interpret guidelines and promote compliance with sponsor and University policies.
SPS Post Award Website Updates
Several Business Office resource documents have been added under Business and Regional Offices on the Post Award website:
- Industrial Contracting FAQs
- Faculty Member Transferring to Purdue
- Faculty Member Transferring to New Institution
- Collection of Sponsored Funds – Roles and Responsibilities
- Guidelines for Managing Construction Grants
You can now view SPS grant files in WebNow (Perceptive Content) under “SPS Post Award Viewer”. On December 19, 2016 SAP will receive an update to GMGRANTD to include a button that will direct you from SAP to the Perceptive Content grant file. SPS has updated the Post Award website with a quick link for QRC’s on the Perceptive Content grant files from the following link: https://www.purdue.edu/business/sps/postaward/percp_content.html.
SPS will be attending cluster meetings at a future date to demonstrate the functionality of the system and answer any questions.