(KR) is an enterprise software system that addresses the full sponsored projects life-cycle. It provides a single resource for all proposal, award and compliance information while providing a solution for complex workflow as part of the review and approval process.
- Clicking here will open the Kuali Research Proposal Development application (KR PD) in a new tab. This application requires Shibboleth authentication (CSU eID login). Off-campus users must first establish a secure connection (PulseSecure recommended).
How it works:
Easing the burden of grant and contract submission for the Researcher and Administrator begins as the proposal is being developed with tools that assist in collaboration, budget and compliance approvals. The system continues to assist researchers by providing an electronic submission process, eliminating the requirement to re-key much of the information for Federal Agency form packages.
Successful proposals are managed by the KR Award module tracking negotiations, budgets, reporting, compliance and finally the close-out process. Integration with the Kuali Financial System (KFS), provides on-going information; tracking any date, budget or scope changes. When implemented, the Contract and Grants Billing Module (CGB) tracks the billing and receivable transactions with the sponsor.
Kuali Research Quick Guides:
Creating a Proposal Record
Add Principal Investigator
PI Certification (includes instruction for during routing and before routing)
Adding Subrecipients (includes budgeting instructions)
Animal, Human, Biosafety Compliance Entry
Assign Proposal Access Roles (with table of roles/descriptions)
Using ‘Send Notifications’ in KR PD
Current s2s Tips
Proposal Training Guide, UPDATED August 2020
Proposal Training Video
S2S (system-to-system) Training Guide
Proposal Hierarchy Training Guide
Proposal Budget Training Guide UPDATED August 2020
Proposal Budget Training Video
Proposal Approver Training Video
Training Environment. Use Chrome or Firefox browsers (not Internet Explorer).
When additional training sessions are available, they will be posted at the CSU MyLearning registration site.
Small group (4 people) or one-on-one training and assistance can be provided by appointment. Contact Chris Carsten to coordinate.