The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) supports and facilitates sponsored research administration towards fulfilling our educational, research, and public service missions. Building to the future, Children’s is dedicated to improving the health of children through national leadership in research, innovation, and transformational clinical programs. OSP’s goal is to help with all of that. From reviewing and submitting proposals for sponsored research, to negotiating and executing clinical trial agreements, to managing sponsored grants and contracts, OSP strives to provide excellent stewardship of sponsored programs. OSP serves as a liaison between sponsors, physicians, the Office of General Counsel, the Foundation, and other internal departments to ultimately ensure Children's receives fair and reasonable agreements and conducts research that is compliant with federal, state, local, and sponsor regulations, terms, and conditions.
Pre – award Services
Coordinates with the Office of Research Administration, study teams, and external sponsors
Reviews, edits, and submits proposals and Letters of Intent to sponsors
Reviews budgets against negotiated indirect and fringe rates
Facilitates and manages internal routing of documents for sponsored programs
Provides institutional information and assists with official form preparation
Maintains proposal files and documents
Post – Award Services
Processes and routes new awards and amendments appropriately, ensuring accuracy and completeness, to the Office of General Counsel (Legal) for negotiation and execution
Collaborates with the Office of Grants Accounting on award setup and project management
Generates the Notice of Award (NOA) for sponsored projects and distributes to appropriate study personnel for fully executed agreements.
Generates and executes outgoing subcontracts, subgrants, and amendments under awards as needed, incorporating appropriate terms and conditions
Maintains project files and documents
For complete details, please visit the CHOA OSP website.