"Workspace" for Federal Proposal Submissions
January 8, 2018
As announced in the August issue of the Office of Research newsletter, legacy PDF applications are no longer being accepted by Grants.gov as of December 31, 2017. Instead, applications to federal agencies (other than NIH and NSF*) now must be submitted via the Grants.gov Workspace platform, a shared, online environment where multiple members of a grant team may simultaneously access different forms within an application. The platform will allow users to edit, save, upload, and submit applications via the cloud.
To prepare for the transition to Workspace, in-person workshops were offered to Drexel faculty and staff who intend to submit proposals to federal grantors (other than NIH and NSF*) in October and December 2017. Attendees will learn how to register themselves, create Workspaces for proposals, and work within the system.
Two additional hour-long workshops for up to 50 participants will be held on:
- Thursday, January 11 from 10:00 to Noon in the Geary Auditorium A of the New College Building on the Center City campus
- Wednesday, February 7 from 10:00 to Noon in the Mitchell Auditorium in Bossone on the main campus
Sign up through Career Pathway today. We look forward to seeing you!
- Log into Career Pathway
- Use the Events Calendar under the Learning tab to find a session or select “Technology & Job Skills” from the left menu to narrow the search
- Select the Request button to register
If you would like to schedule a Workspace training session specifically for your department or for general questions about Workspace, contact your Pre-Award Administrator.
*Submitters are encouraged to utilize ASSIST for NIH proposals and Fastlane for NSF applications.