InfoEd Global’s Proposal Development module was used to submit a seven-component multi-project P50 application using System-to-System (S2S) technology in response to the National Institute of Health’s January deadline for PAR-13-291.
This significant milestone in the use of S2S technology reflects InfoEd Global’s ongoing commitment to supporting Colleges and Universities, Hospitals, Research Institutes and other Non-Profits with effective and efficient electronic research administration solutions. InfoEd Global’s President, Edward Johnson, Jr, says, “We are proud to be able to offer this exciting new option for our clients at this early stage in the NIH transition of multi-project applications to electronic submission.”
NIH began the transition of multi-project applications via their ASSIST system with pilot submissions during 2013. Electronic submission via ASSIST was required for their September 2013 round of applications. January 2014 represents the next step in NIH’s ongoing transition of multi-project applications to electronic submission. InfoEd Global is pleased to be able to offer this new technology as part of our sponsored projects solution.