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GMAS Release 1_44

March 31, 2017

GMAS May 2017 Release

GMAS will be converting the Initial Proposal and Competing Renewal entry process and homepages for the May 2017 release.

Goals

1. Streamlining the entry process for Initial Proposals and Competing Renewals by requiring less data up front. As a result of this effort, the entry process will lessen from a possible 22 screens down to 1.

GMAS Release 1_43

December 16, 2016

Executive Summary

The December 2016 Grants Management Application Suite (GMAS) release will be available to users on Monday, December 19, 2016. This regularly scheduled release is the fifth official release in support of the GMAS 2.0 project. This release represents significant user-facing enhancements, particularly around the priority of increasing the number of sponsored accounts with corresponding budgets in the General Ledger (GL). 

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GMAS Release 1_42

August 12, 2016

 

Executive Summary

The August 2016 Grants Management Application Suite (GMAS) release will be available to users on Monday, August 15, 2016. This regularly scheduled release is the fourth official release in support of the GMAS 2.0 project. This release represents significant user-facing enhancements and major technical achievements.

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GMAS Release 1_41

April 8, 2016

Executive Summary

This April 2016 Grants Management Application Suite (GMAS) release will be available to users on Monday, April 11, 2016. This regularly scheduled release is the third official release in support of the GMAS 2.0 project.

Highlighted features of this release:

Added support for NIH FORMS-D transition:

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have updated a series of forms for submission to Grants.gov. Updates made been made in order to continue supporting the system-to-system functions in GMAS.

GMAS Release 1_40

December 9, 2015

Executive Summary

This December 2015 Grants Management Application Suite (GMAS) release will be available to users on Monday, December 14, 2015. This regularly scheduled release is the second official release in support of the GMAS 2.0 project.

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