Proposal Development

ORPA plays a key role in proposal development, whether you are planning a new project or seeking to continue a prior award. Our grant and contract administration team offers detail-oriented guidance and support, with insight into the preparation of budgets, compliance with sponsor and University guidelines, and the submission of complete proposals. The best way to position your project for success is to submit all required documentation as early as possible. Princeton ERA's multi-prong approach permits the researcher to continue to develop the project narrative while the balance of the proposal sections are "locked-down" for review and approval by ORPA.  Please note that ORPA requires a final proposal to be routed for approval through Princeton ERA a minimum of five business days before the sponsor deadline to permit the best opportunity for review and guidance.   

Proposal Considerations

NIH Biosketch and Other Support

Budget Preparation

Additional Proposal Requirements

Compliance: Human Subjects, Vertebrate Animals, Conflict of Interest, Export Controls and More