Vice President for Research Resources
NIH Sample Dissemination Plan - used with Clinical Trial Submissions
Research Data Management Plans
Research Data Management Plans (DMP) refer to formal documentation that describes how research data is stored, accessed and preserved for future use. Planning ahead about how to manage research data ultimately saves time and ensures data is properly stored, documented, reproducible, and creates opportunities for collaboration. In addition, many federal grant applications now require research date management plans be included.
If you need assistance with developing a Research Data Management Plan, please contact the UVM Library Research Guide for Data Management.
Collect Proposal Approvals Using InfoEd
All new sponsored project proposals, resubmissions, competing renewals, supplemental proposals, and pre-proposals requiring detailed budgets (hereafter referred to as, Proposal) must be submitted to SPA using InfoEd, prior to submission to the sponsor. InfoEd will electronically route the proposal and collect the required approvals.
A typical proposal requires 4 levels of approval:
- Principal Investigator (certification)
- Department (Chair or designee)
- College (Dean or designee)
- Sponsored Project Administration (Authorized Official)