Federal Grant Proposals Simplified.
Cayuse 424 is the industry standard for fast, accurate completion and submission of federal grant proposals. Premiere research institutions nationwide complete more than 15,000 online proposal submissions annually with the confidence of ISO 27001 certified information security. With deployments in 8 weeks and renowned ease of use, Cayuse 424 users enjoy improved proposal success and a rapid return on investment – backed by the best customer support in the industry.
Full Support for Federal Grants
System-to-system submission for grants posted by NIH, NSF, AHRQ, CDC, NIFA, ONR, CDMRP, DoD, and other federal agencies, with full support for over 99% of Grants.gov and Reseach.gov opportunities.
99.99% First-Time Submission Success
Get submissions right the first time with the Cayuse 424’s advanced validation engine, which delivers over 1,500 real-time error checks for a 99.99% first-time success rate.
Real-Time Budget Access
Create budgets online for federal and non-federal proposals and gain real-time access to budget information without emailing documents. Auto-escalation & auto-calculation features simplify planning and tracking of current & future budgets.
Streamline Multi-Project Proposals
Improve efficiency by streamlining the process of creating, reviewing, and submitting complex grants with an unlimited number of components.
Seamless Data Sharing
Simplify research administration by seamlessly sharing data between the Cayuse Research Suite and your existing institutional business applications and eRA systems.
ISO 27001 Certified
Secure anytime, anywhere access delivered over a secure online connection from the only eRA provider with ISO 27001 vendor certification – so you know your data is always safe!
Cayuse 424 helps University of California, Irvine meet its’ proposal and funding goals.
Listen to Nancy Lewis, Executive Director, Sponsored Projects describe how Cayuse 424 helps the UCI stay on track and meet their goals.
research proposals submitted using Cayuse 424 in 2017
first-time success rate with 1,500+ real-time validations
of opportunities in Grants.gov & Research.gov fully covered
of U.S. federal funding submitted via S2S using Cayuse 424 in 2017
Make sure your submissions to Grants.gov, Research.gov and the sponsoring agency are received successfully on the first attempt. Cayuse 424 features an Advanced Validation Engine that ensures a 99% first-time success rate for all system-to-system submissions. During proposal development, the system performs real-time error checks for agency- and opportunity-specific rules, Grants.gov and Research.gov validations, and other business rules. Error warnings include hyperlinks to help you quickly resolve issues and submit error-free proposals every time.
Eliminate as much data entry as possible and improve accuracy with Cayuse 424 Auto-Fill capabilities. Cayuse 424 stores institutional and personnel data, so when a proposal is created, information is conveniently pre-populated within the proposal or auto-filled from drop-down menus. Auto-Fill data includes biographical information, department and institutional information (such as DUNS # and addresses), plus rate and salary information for simplifying budget creation.
Subaward Automation Improves Accuracy
Eliminate the error-prone challenge of manually folding subaward proposals and budgets into prime proposals. The Import Subaward feature ensures any changes made to a Subaward automatically get carried forward to the prime proposal. Automation offers greater assurance of data accuracy when developing complex proposals that include one or more subawards.
Connect Critical Data in Real Time to External Systems
Improve research efficiency, data accuracy, and compliance throughout the entire research project life cycle. Cayuse 424 APIs simplify post-award management, creating a bi-directional data exchange of proposal information with existing eRA systems. Cayuse Connect modules maintain a single, accurate version of your most important data by integrating Cayuse 424 with institutional business applications.
API Connect provide easy integration into post-award systems, preserving the value of your investment and reducing administrative tasks. With bi-directional data exchange of proposal information with existing eRA systems, you can maintain capital expenses and expedite S2S submissions to federal funding agencies.
Cayuse Connect modules – HR Connect, Data Connect and SSO Connect – provide integration with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Data Warehouse and Authentication systems, improving efficiency, data accuracy, and compliance throughout the entire project life cycle.
Easy Access to Proposal Budgets
Create budgets online for federal and non-federal proposals with Cayuse 424. Your research team has real-time access to budget information in a single system, without the need for additional tools and spreadsheets. With proposal and budgeting information available in a single place, research administrators can keep better track of components for easy reference and improved accuracy.
Secure, Convenient Storage
Easily attach documentation for a specific project when submitting required files to Grants.gov and Research.gov. Cayuse 424 stores all source documents (e.g. the Word version of the PDF) and provides secure, online access to supporting files. With all proposal-related files stored within Cayuse 424, users can easily view, route or print complete proposal documentation conveniently from any location at any time.
Resubmit Without Duplicating Entries
Repurpose large amounts of proposal information quickly and easily with the Copy/Transform function. All it takes is a button click to eliminate duplicate data entry and save you time.
Copy an entire proposal for re-submission without duplicating data. Quickly turn revised proposals to meet each funding cycle deadline.
Transform a proposal from one opportunity to another by transferring existing data to a different opportunity, or a new version of the same opportunity, including any information or forms that remain the same. Repurposing information from one opportunity to another allows institutions to increase their number of proposal submissions.