The document below provides high level information about approvals in GMAS. Information includes the rules for generating, deleting, and updating the approvals, as well as defining what the type of approval is, and links to additional resources available.
Adding interfaculty involvements to a project in GMAS helps to identify PIs that the owning PI will be cross collaborating with internally and helps to give the correct administrative contacts appropriate access to the project. This job aid will cover the steps to add interfaculty involvement, and review what access is provided when interfaculty involvement PIs and department administrators are associated to the project.
Financial deliverables are the Invoices, Financial Reports, and Reviews that are scheduled by Research Finance in the Office for Sponsored Programs for each awarded project (segment). Each deliverable has their own screen that provides detailed information about that specific deliverable. This job aid will review all of the different sections of a financial deliverable.
This job aid assumes that the reader has an understanding of the basic functionality...
The Financial Deliverable Dashboard provides visibility into all of the Invoices, Financial Reports, and Reviews that are ready to be worked on, or are being worked on by Research Finance in OSP. The dashboard is broken out into tabs by deliverable status. This job aid will review the different tabs and what information is available.
Starting December 19, 2016, the GMAS homepage will be upgraded to match the new GMAS look and feel. Along with conversion, there are some minor changes to the homepage. Those changes are highlighted in this crosswalk document.
GMAS security ensures appropriate access to secure information and allows users to perform functions applicable to their job. For example, it restricts the creation of accounts to users in central roles, and limits observer roles to view only access.
Security can be added through Standing teams and/or Administrative teams (also known as fund based access). Standing team security designates permissions by role and assigned by org or org/PI combination. Administrative team security is comprised of roles managed on a...