You may have heard the news that S2S functionality in GMAS is going away. It’s true. As of January 25, 2018, GMAS will no longer support the system-to-system submission of proposals to Grants.gov. We wanted to provide a little background and information about the decision.
GMAS has supported direct system-to-system (S2S) submissions to Grants.gov since 2007.
The main goals of the original S2S project were to reduce duplicate entry and provide an easier entry and review interface (in 2007 Grants.gov used...
GMAS will be unavailable tonight, Feb 16, starting at 7:00pm and available again in the early morning of Feb 17.
The purpose of this outage is to enable GMAS to comply with a new Grants.gov requirement for system to system submissions using HTTPS connections. This change is behind the scenes and will not be noticeable to anyone submitting S2S through GMAS. Please visit our website for the full release notes.
The 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.
Please note: GMAS will be unavailable to users from 9:00PM EST on Friday, April 8, 2016 through the start of business at 9:00AM EST on Monday, April 11, 2016.
Highlighted features of this release:
Added support for NIH FORMS-D transition. GMAS supports Grants.gov system to system (S2S) submission...
Based on priorities established by the Business Steering Committee and user feedback, the GMAS 2.0 project team is preparing new system-changes to be released for April 11, 2016.
This release focuses on delivering necessary system upgrades in order to continue to support System to System functionality within GMAS. In addition to the existing S2S forms, GMAS will support 5 new NIH forms, including:
PHS 398 Research Plan
PHS 398 Cover Page Supplement
PHS 398 Career Development Award Supplemental Form