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Online Reports (formerly BEN Reports)

GRAM
The Grant Reporting and Management System (GRAM) provides grant year-to-date balances on active grants with links to supporting transactional and employee payment detail. Expenditures are grouped into categories customarily used in reporting to project sponsors

AIS Online
View Account Information Sheet online

Protocol Status
View protocol status information. If you are a PI, you will see data about your own protocols. If you are an administrator, you will be able to choose the PI, sponsor, protocol number, or responsible org. whose protocol data you wish to see.

PD Pipeline
View proposal routing status information. You will see data about any proposals in which you have access to within PennERA as well as those in which you are in the routing path for. If you choose, you will also be able to modify the parameters of your report

Research Data Collection
The PennERA Proposals Data Collection is a subset of the University Data Warehouse containing data from the Proposal Tracking module of PennERA, the University's Electronic Research Administration. The PennERA Proposals data collection contains current and historic information about sponsored projects (e.g., grants and contracts) at PENN.





 
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