Office of Sponsored Projects

GW Sponsored Projects Lifecycle

The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) within the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) supports the university’s research mission by providing oversight of externally-sponsored research. OSP assists researchers with identifying appropriate funding opportunities, submitting competitive proposals and managing successful projects.

The Sponsored Projects Lifecycle

Each sponsored project follows a similar course from initial concept and development of a competitive proposal, to negotiating and setting-up the award in GW systems, through management of the award and submitting final reports to the sponsor.

A Collaborative Approach

The OSP team works closely with investigators, school-based research staff and administrators across campus to ensure success and compliance throughout all phases of a sponsored project.

 

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Latest News

June 2018 COGR Meeting Report Highlights (PDF)

June 25, 2018

The June meeting report of the Council on Governmental Relations includes updates on costing policies, research compliance, research administration, contracts and regulatory reform.<

February 2018 COGR Meeting Report Highlights (PDF)

March 13, 2018

The February meeting report of the Council on Governmental Relations includes updates on costing policies, research and regulatory reform, contracts and intellectual property, and

Federal Shutdown Memo from Office of Management and Budget (PDF)

January 19, 2018

FAQs regarding grants and contracts can be found in Section II, pages 3-9.

October 2017 COGR Meeting Report Highlights (PDF)

November 20, 2017

The October meeting report of the Council on Governmental Relations includes updates on tax reform, costing policies, research and regulatory reform, contracts and intellectual

June 2017 COGR Meeting Report Highlights (PDF)

June 26, 2017

The June meeting report of the Council on Governmental Relations includes updates on budget appropriations, research and regulatory reform, costing policies, contracts and