What Is Rsp In Special Education?
PRIMARY FUNCTION. The Resource Specialist (RSP) Teacher works under the direction of the school principal and the Director of Special Education. The Resource Specialist Teacher works with those pupils who are identified by the IEP team and have a written individualized education program.
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What does RSP mean in IEP?
The Resource Specialist Program (RSP) is a program to help children who qualify for special education services. The program is designed to give support to children with learning disabilities and give them strategies to help them be successful in their education. The RSP program offers small group instruction to meet the needs of each child’s individual education plan (IEP). Children are given instruction in the least restrictive environment. The RSP teacher meets and plans with classroom teachers to ensure that the children in RSP are being taught the skills required at their grade level. There is constant communication between the classroom teacher, RSP teacher, and the parents to ensure learning. If a child is having problems at school, whether in the general education classroom, on the playground, or in the RSP class, teachers and parents work together so that the problem is quickly identified and resolved in order for the child to achieve maximum social, emotional, and academic success. The goal of RSP and of the Special Education program are to provide learning support needed so that children can achieve grade level standards and overcome their disabilities so that they can perform in future years without those services.
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What is RSP reading?
Miscellaneous Tricia Christensen Last Modified Date: April 04, 2023 Tricia Christensen Last Modified Date: April 04, 2023 A resource specialist program (RSP) is a form of special education that is available to students who have mild to moderate learning disabilities and who are having trouble in one or more areas of classroom learning.
- RSP might be called directed studies in some schools, particularly in middle schools and high schools.
- In an RSP class, the focus is on helping each student succeed academically and socially.
- The class size is usually small, which allows the math tutors to give each student the individual attention they need through a variety of teaching methods that meet the needs of all types of learners.
So if you have a child with learning challenges, an RSP could help. To augment this program, consider hiring online help like an 8th grade math tutor or someone who can assist with advanced-level English. It might be a once-a-day class that middle school and high school students take to help address ongoing learning challenges.
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What does RSP mean in university?
133 The UW-Madison fund identifier that indicates a Non-Federal Sponsored Project. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) establishes these numbers at the time of award. Examples: Gates Foundation, American Heart Association, and Ford Motor Company.142 The UW-Madison fund identifier that indicates Hatch Funds, a specific kind of Federal Sponsored Project that is managed entirely by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.144 The UW-Madison fund identifier that indicates a Federal Sponsored Project.
Pass-through awards where the Prime Sponsor is a federal entity also use this fund. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) establishes these numbers at the time of award. Examples: National Institutes of Health and Department of Energy 233 The internal UW-Madison fund identifier that indicates a Gift Account.
These projects are established by Business Services and often involve a relationship with the UW Foundation. Academic Support Services Agreement (ASSA) A service agreement of a unique or sole source nature that supports the research or educational mission of the University.
Academic Support Services Agreements are typically ‘work for hire’ contracts, not collaborations, where the University will own the intellectual property created by the engagement. Accounts Receivable An open receivable is created after an invoice is generated. Accounts receivable occur when there is an amount due from a sponsor.
RSP Revenue Management Accrual Accounting A basis of accounting that recognizes revenue when earned, and expenses when incurred, regardless of when cash changes hands. Activate (RAMP) Activation is done by RSP. This changes the budget to authorized and creates the Project ID so spending may occur.
- Activating an award in RAMP initiates the automatic process of creating the project ID in SFS.
- Activating” an award in RAMP is the same as “generating” an award in WISPER.
- Activities (RAMP) Actions that can be executed by a user to update a record.
- Administrative Contact or Primary Contact (RAMP) The administrative contact, or primary contact, is responsible for a Grants or Agreements record, including submitting a record and responding to requests for clarification as the record moves through workflow.
Certain agreements will be initiated by RSP, and the Agreement Primary Contact will not be responsible for submitting the Agreement. This is similar to the Campus Contact. Agreement ID (RAMP) Agreements have unique ID starting with the letters “AGR” and following with a sequence of numbers (AGR00000001).
- This is similar to the WISPER Record ID.
- Agreement Reviewer (RAMP) Agreements Module user role allowing RSP staff to review, negotiate, and finalize agreements.
- Agreements Module (RAMP) RAMP module used to create, negotiate, and execute funded and non-funded agreements.
- Agreement Module and Grant Module records may be linked via the Manage Relationships Activity.
Allocable A cost can be allocated or assigned to a sponsored project if the goods or services received in exchange advance the project objectives in reasonable proportion to the cost incurred. If you cannot explain how the project benefited from the expense, it should not be allocated to the award.
- Explanation of Costs Allowable A cost is allowable to a project if the costs are reasonable, the costs are allocable to the specific project, the costs are treated consistently in like circumstances, and the costs conform to cost principles and/or the sponsored agreement.
- Explanation of Costs Ancillary Review (RAMP) Ancillary review provides a process for internal review and approval activities outside of the standard RAMP workflow.
Division/department and RSP staff will request ancillary reviews in RAMP. The assigned Ancillary Reviewer will have view only access to the record and permission to submit their ancillary review. A record may have more than one Ancillary Review and reviews may be completed concurrently.
- RAMP Ancillary Review is the equivalent of the Approvals tab in WISPER.
- Examples of ancillary review types include indirect cost waivers, additional department review, and chair approval.
- This is similar to the Approval.
- Authorized (RAMP) Authorized by the sponsor.
- This indicates that UW can spend on the award.
Authorized by Sponsor vs. Not Authorized by Sponsor at Award Setup. If budget allocation is not authorized then spending cannot occur. Automated Clearing House (ACH) An electronic clearing and settlement network for processing large volumes of financial transactions in batches between participating depository institutions.
Award A funding mechanism whereby a sponsor commits funding to the University for a specific scope of work over a specific time. At UW-Madison, awards are made to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. Award (RAMP) A record created in RAMP after a sponsor has indicated they will fund the research submitted in the Funding Proposal.
Awards are created from Funding Proposal records. Award ID (RAMP) Awards have unique ID starting with the letters “AWD” and following with a sequence of numbers (AWD00000001). Awards have separate IDs from the associated Funding Proposal. This is similar to the WISPER Record ID.
- Award Modification (RAMP) Award Modifications are used to change an Award record in some way.
- An Award Modification may be preceded by an Award Modification Request.
- For example, an update to the Award period of performance would be accomplished using an Award Modification.
- Award Modification ID (RAMP) Award Modifications have unique IDs starting with the Award ID and amended with a “MOD” suffix (AWD00000050-MOD001).
An Award can have more than one Award Modification and the “MOD” suffix is increased sequentially for each modification record. This is similar to the WISPER Record ID. Award Modification Request (RAMP) A request initiated by the Award Administrative Contact(s) or Principal Investigator notifying RSP that a modification, or change, is needed to an Award record.
RSP will be able take immediate action on certain Award Modification Requests while other requests may first require RSP to contact a sponsor for prior approval. An Award Modification Request does not open an Award for editing; RSP must initiate and process an Award Modification after approving an Award Modification Request.
RSP may also use/initiate Award Modification Requests to track certain sponsor requests that were not already initiated by the campus community. Award Modification Request ID (RAMP) Award Modification Requests have unique ID starting with the letters “AMR” and following with a sequence of numbers (AMR00000001).
- Award Modification Requests have separate IDs from the associated Awards and Award Modifications.
- This is similar to the WISPER Record ID.
- Biosketch (Bio, Biographical Sketch) Like a CV or resume, the biosketch in a grant proposal gives the investigators the opportunity to highlight their expertise and experience related to the proposal work.
The format and length may be specified in the sponsor’s guidelines. Budget (RAMP Funding Proposal Component) RAMP record to represent a Funding Proposal Budget. RAMP automatically creates one budget for every Funding Proposal, but additional budgets may be created as needed (i.e., multiple PD/PI proposals, subawards).
- Budgets have a SmartForm and Workspace and are imbedded within the related Funding Proposal.
- Budget Justification A categorical description of proposed costs.
- The budget justification provides detailed information about how the funding will be used.
- It should address each major cost category as well as additional categories required by the sponsor.
Budget Period The time interval from the start date of a funded portion of an award to the end date of that funded portion during which recipients are authorized to expend the funds awarded. Budget Tolerance The range within a budget category, which the university can spend without having to request prior approval from the sponsor.
For example, you have $500 in your travel category and a 10% budget tolerance. That means you could spend up to $550 on travel without asking for prior approval from the sponsor. If you had to spend $600 on travel, the university would have to contact the sponsor to ask permission to rebudget. Business Associate Agreement (BAA) An agreement entered into by the University and a Business Associate.
The agreement is intended to govern the manner in which the Business Associate uses and discloses protected health information obtained from or on behalf of the UW-Madison under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Cash Basis Accounting A form of accounting where revenue and expenses are recognized when cash is received or paid.
- Cayuse A web-based system for submitting applications via Grants.gov.
- Also known as a “system-to-system” solution for preparing and submitting applications.
- Cayuse provides significant auto-filling of forms, extensive error checking and the ability to see the entire proposal before submission.
- Learn more at https://www.rsp.wisc.edu/cayuse/index.html,
Certify (RAMP Activity) The Certify Activity allows the PI to provide their certification/attestation to approve a Funding Proposal or non-funded Agreement record during the internal review process. This is similar to the PI Signature. Clinical Trial Agreement (CTA) An agreement that manages the conduct of a clinical trial, which is a research study that explores whether a medical strategy, treatment, or device is safe and effective for humans, or shows which medical approaches work best for certain illnesses or groups of people.
- Closeout The award closeout process is the act of completing all institutional procedures and sponsor requirements to terminate or complete a sponsored project.
- Additional closeout activities take place at RSP to move the Award into WISER statuses 3-Closed-Adjustments Only, 5-Closed, and 6-Closed-Archived.
Co-Investigator An individual who works closely with the Principal Investigator in the scientific development or execution of a project. The Co-Investigator may be employed by, or be affiliated with, the UW or another organization participating in the project under a subaward agreement.
A Co-Investigator typically devotes a specified percentage of time to the project and is considered senior/key personnel. The designation of a Co-Investigator does not imply a multi PI project and a Co-Investigator is not the same as a Co-Principal Investigator. * Note: The terms Co-I and Co-PI are used interchangeably in the UW WISPER and WISER systems.
Co-Principal Investigator or Co-PI This terms is used to identify more than one Principal Investigator on a single award. The designation of Co-PI implies a multi-PI project where each PI holds equal responsibility for the scientific and technical aspects and day to day financial and administrative management of the award.
The Co-PI may be employed by, or be affiliated with, the UW or another organization participating in the proejct under a subaward agreement. The desigantion of a Co-PI implies equal responsibilities and differs from that of a Co-Investigator or Co-I. *Note: The terms Co-PI and Co-I are used interchangably in the UW WISPER and WISER systems.
College/Division/School UW-Madison has 16 different colleges and schools. It is common for a college or school to be referred to interchangeably as either “college”, “division”, or “school.” Examples: School of Business, College of Letters and Sciences, School of Pharmacy, etc.
Commitment At the proposal stage – it’s the amount of effort you propose in a grant proposal budget or other project application budget, regardless if salary support is requested. At the award stage – it’s the amount of effort proposed that the sponsor accepts & awards, regardless of salary support that they provide.
(The proposal or commitments listing may be included in the notice of grant award, but not always. It varies by agency. If it’s not there – you’ll have to refer to the proposal as your commitment guide). Compare (RAMP SmartForm Function) Pressing the Compare section of the SmartForm left navigator provides an indicator of the sections of the SmartForm that have been changed between specific versions.
- Changed sections are notated with a pencil icon.
- Compensation Compliance Coordinator (CCC) Individuals chosen by UW-Madison’s colleges and schools to help support the payroll certification process.
- They pre-review project payroll statements housed in their assigned department(s) and assist Principal Investigators with the process of certifying project payroll.
Computation E-mail A Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) term used to describe an e-mail sent from the RSP Accountant to campus representatives near the end of an award period. This e-mail should include a final computation and review of expenditures along with instructions indicating next steps for closeout.
- Award Closeout-Computation Email Confidentiality Disclosure Agreement (CDA) A legal contract executed between entities permitting the exchange of information that is confidential to one or both parties.
- Conflict of Interest (COI) A Conflict of Interest exists when an investigator has a significant financial interest (SFI) that could lead an independent observer to reasonably question whether the design, conduct or reporting of research might be influenced by the possibility of personal gain.
“Personal gain” encompasses direct, personal benefits AND benefits to an individual’s immediate family. COIs simply represent a state of affairs, not behavior. If the COI Committee determines an investigator has a COI, it does not imply wrongdoing on anybody’s part.
FCOI Consultant An individual or group who gives expert or professional advice to a University department or principal investigator that relates to the University’s mission or a specific project. Continuation Funding Proposal (RAMP) Grants Module record that will be used to record continuation proposals (or progress reports) that require authorized official or RSP involvement/signatures.
Continuation Funding Proposals are created from the active Award record. For example, used for NIH RPPRs and other federal or non-federal sponsor progress reports that require authorized official signatures. Continuation Funding Proposal ID (RAMP) Continuation Funding Proposals have unique IDs starting with the Funding Proposal ID and amended with a “Con” suffix (FP00000099-Con1).
- This is similar to the WISPER Record ID.
- Contract An agreement that creates obligations enforceable by law.
- Contract terms vary greatly and often require negotiations.
- Sponsored project contracts are often more heavily regulated than standard grant agreements and carry higher legal and financial risk.
- Federal Contracts are governed by the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).
Contract Specialist Role (RAMP) Role involved in the document review workflow Converted (RAMP) Converted means a record that is converted from WISPER into RAMP. We will be converting a certain population of WISPER and SFS records into Funding Proposals, Awards, and Agreements in the new RAMP system so work can continue for those records post RAMP golive.
Cooperative Agreement An instrument to transfer financial assistance to a recipient for a public purpose that anticipates substantial involvement between the sponsor and recipient in carrying out the activity. Cost Reimbursable A payment mechanism under which the awarding agency provides payment based on actual, allowable expenditures.
The UW is reimbursed for actual costs incurred up to the amount of the award. The frequency of invoices sent by UW to the sponsor is set by the award terms and conditions. Common invoice schedules are monthly or quarterly. Cost Transfer (CT) A cost transfer is an after-the-fact reallocation of costs, either salary or non-salary costs, to or from a sponsored project within a 90-day period from month end of the accounting date.
Funding agency requirements concerning the management of awards made to institutions such as the University of Wisconsin – Madison limit the circumstances under which cost transfers are allowed. Cost Transfer Cost Transfer Tool UW’s web-based form and routing system that is available to process both non-salary and salary cost-transfers.
Tool available here Cost Transfer Tool Cost-Share The portion of costs on a sponsored project that is not provided by the sponsor. Also referred to as “match,” “matching,” or the “non-federal” portion of a budget. Cost-Share Current and Pending Support (CPS) A list of an investigator’s current and pending sponsored support.
CPS documents report an individual’s commitments to current and pending sponsored projects. The CPS ensures that an individual is not overcommitted and that a proposed scope of work does not overlap with other projects in the individual’s portfolio. Consult sponsor requirements for details. RSP has a tool to assist in creating CPS documents for proposal submission https://www.rsp.wisc.edu/currentPending/ Dashboard (RAMP) Central location in RAMP that allows users to find relevant information in a quick, easy, and organized fashion.
My Inbox, Recently Viewed, and quick “creators” are components of the overall Dashboard. This is similar to the Search WISPER page. Data Transfer and Use Agreement (DTUA) An agreement entered into for sharing access to data sets that are not protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number The Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number is a unique nine-digit identifier for businesses. It is used to establish a business credit file, which is often referenced by lenders and potential business partners to help predict the reliability and/or financial stability of the company in question.
Often, Sponsors request UW-Madison’s DUNS Number as part of the proposal and award process for extramural grants and contracts. UW-Madison has a unique DUNS Number for sponsored programs: 161202122. This number is to be used only with extramural support grants and contracts.
Data Use Agreement (DUA) An agreement governed by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) entered into for the sharing of a Protected Health Information (PHI) that has had specific identifiers stripped out to make a limited data set. Deliverables (RAMP Award Component) Award records contain an optional page that allows campus users to enter and track their non-financial deliverables in RAMP.
Deliverables are entered during Award setup and can be updated/managed as needed during the Award period. This is similar to Award Milestones. Department Reviewer (RAMP User Role) User role that reviews, requests changes to (if necessary), and approves a Funding Proposal before it is forwarded to RSP or submitting office for final review and approval.
- RAMP uses the general term “Department Review” to refer to a unit-level review that occurs before the Funding Proposal moves to a central office (RSP).
- At UW-Madison, “Department Review” corresponds to the review performed by a Division.
- Department Review is similar to Routing to the division/dean’s office.
Direct Cost A cost that can be specifically assigned to a sponsored project relatively easily with a high degree of accuracy. Direct Costs are charged directly to sponsored projects and are clearly identified within that project’s activity and objectives.
- Direct Costs Edit Rights (RAMP) The PI and Administrative Contact can automatically edit the RAMP record.
- Giving another staff member edit rights allows them to edit the record, budget, SF424.
- Effort Commitment The amount of effort (time) that is proposed in a proposal and accepted by the sponsor, regardless of salary support requested.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison tracks effort commitments for individuals identified as Key Personnel in the notice of award. Effort Commitments Employee Compensation Compliance (ECC) The electronic tool that facilitates project-based payroll certification at UW-Madison.
- Statements in this tool contain salary information for all individuals paid (via direct salary or cost shared salary) on the project during a specified period or performance.
- Statements for federal, and federal flow-through, sources must be formally certified biannually by the project’s Principal Investigator.
Statements for non-federal sources are available for review, but do not require formal certification. ECC Employee-Employee Relationship An employer-employee relationship exists when an employer has the right to direct and control the work of an individual who performs the services, including not only the results to be accomplished but also the methods and means by which the results are accomplished.
Even if the employer does not exercise the right to direct or control the manner in which the worker performs the services, the fact that the employer retains the right to do so is sufficient to create an employer-employee relationship. Employer-Employee Relationship An employer-employee relationship exists when an employer has the right to direct and control the work of an individual who performs the services, including not only the results to be accomplished but also the methods and means by which the results are accomplished.
Even if the employer does not exercise the right to direct or control the manner in which the worker performs the services, the fact that the employer retains the right to do so is sufficient to create an employer-employee relationship. Encumbrance A commitment to make a future expenditure of funds.
Encumbrances are not expenses. Equipment Tangible property (including information technology systems) with a useful life of more than one year and a per-unit acquisition cost of $5,000 or more. Errors (RAMP SF424 Function) SF424 validates against the Grants.gov validation rules. Errors that prevent submission are indicated by a red disk.
Similar to Cayuse validation errors. Expenditure An expense or portion of an expense allocated to a specific project. Export Control For purposes of export control laws, “export” means not only the physical shipment of items from the United States to a foreign country, but also the release of controlled technology to foreign persons within the United States by way of visual inspection, oral transmission, or training (“deemed export”).
In other words, a prohibited export can occur by the mere presence of a foreign researcher or student in a University laboratory, if the laboratory contains equipment or technology that is export controlled, and the foreign individual can learn information about the controlled technology or information that is not in the public domain.
Export Control Webpage Extramural Support Support provided by an entity located outside the boundaries of the University. Facilities and Administration (F&A) or Indirect Costs Actual costs that the institution incurs in support of extramural activities but that cannot be directly charged to a specific grant or contract.
The costs result from shared services such as libraries; physical plant operation and maintenance; utility costs; general; departmental and sponsored projects’ administrative expenses; and depreciation or use allowance for buildings and equipment. F&A costs are sometimes called indirect costs or institutional overhead.
Rates Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) The FAR is the principal set of rules in the Federal Acquisition Regulations System. The FAR was established for the codification and publication of uniform policies and procedures for acquisition by all federal executive agencies.
- The Federal Acquisition Regulations System consists of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), which is the primary document, and agency acquisition regulations that implement or supplement the FAR.
- The FAR System is codified at Title 48, Chapter 1 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
- These requirements can be found in the Code of Federal Regulations at 48 C.F.R.31.
FAR Federal Award Federal financial assistance (e.g., grant, cooperative agreement, or cost-reimbursement contract under the Federal Acquisition Regulations) that the University receives directly from a Federal awarding agency or a pass-through entity.
Also used to refer to the instrument setting forth the terms and conditions. Does not include contracts used to buy goods or services. Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) A cooperative initiative among 10 federal agencies and 155 institutional recipients of federal funds whose purpose is to reduce the administrative burdens associated with research grants and contracts.
UW-Madison is a part of the FDP. FDP.org Fee for Service Agreement (FFS) Fee for Service (FFS) Agreements govern vendor relationships where the University serves as the vendor and provides a routine service, which meets predefined specifications with no novel or creative input.
The activity does not add to the body of fundamental knowledge in a given field. Financial Account (RAMP) The specific account that is created for spending to occur. The Financial account in RAMP is like the “projects tab” in WISPER. Its where specific information is captured and pushed over to SFS to create the project ID.
This is similar to the Project Number. Fixed Priced A payment mechanism under which the awarding agency or pass-through entity provides a specific level of funding without regard to actual expenditures. Terms of Agreement will specify payment terms. Fringe Benefits Benefits provided by an employer to an employee such as health and life insurance.
- Fringe benefits are included in sponsored project budgets using a fringe benefit rate calculated annually.
- Rates Funding Proposal (RAMP FP) A record created in RAMP that contains submission information for a research project that will be submitted to a sponsor for funding.
- Also known as a proposal.
- Funding Proposal records are separate and distinct from Award records or Agreement records.
Funding Proposal ID (RAMP) Funding Proposals have unique ID starting with the letters “FP” and following with a sequence of numbers (FP00000001). Funding Proposals have separate IDs from their associated Awards. This is similar to the WISPER Record ID.
- General Ledger (GL) The UW-Madison system of record for transactions for the university and that is used to generate the official financial reports of the university.
- Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) refer to a common set of accepted accounting principles, standards, and procedures that companies and their accountants must follow when they compile their financial statements.
Gift Funds received from a donor to support University activities. These funds provide unrestricted support for broadly defined activities that do not require detailed fiscal or technical reports; do not impose provisions regarding publication or data or information derived from the activity; do not have a specific time limit on the expenditure of funds; and do not enable the donor to retain rights to any patent/copyright.
Gift-in-Kind A contribution of personal or real property, other than cash, which requires annual reporting by the institution. Global Grants Viewer Role (RAMP) RAMP role for Grants users that need to view all projects in the Grants system. May be assigned to members of UW leadership teams, compliance officers.
Grant An agreement representing a mutual joining of interests on the part of the sponsor and recipient in the pursuit of common objectives. In this relationship, the recipient assumes with the sponsor the obligation to act in the public interest in achieving a common purpose.
This is a relationship of trust, which imposes upon the recipient the responsibility to assure that the grant funds are utilized for the purpose for which they were awarded, and to exercise the same prudence in their expenditure that is extended to the use of the recipient’s own funds. Note: Often the term “grant” is used generically to refer to any type of sponsored project.
Grants Module (RAMP) RAMP module used to develop, route, and submit proposals, as well as manage Award and Award modifications. Consists of Funding Proposal and Award records. Agreement Module and Grant Module records may be linked via the Manage Relationships Activity.
Replaces WISPER and additional SFS functionality. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) United States legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information. HIPAA was designed to provide privacy standards to protect patients’ medical records and other health information provided to health plans, doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers.
HIPAA Help Center (RAMP) Section of the Agreements and Grants modules containing reference guides and videos which provide step-by-step instructions on how to use RAMP. History (RAMP Workspace Tab) Displays every Activity executed including who performed the activity and when.
- Comments added when executing an Activity display in the History Tab.
- This is similar to the History tab.
- Human Resources System (HRS) The payroll, benefits, and HR system for UW-system.
- HRS is composed of PeopleSoft modules and includes human resources, benefits, payroll, and funding processes for all UW System faculty and staff employees.
ID (RAMP) Auto-generated identification number created by RAMP for each record created (e.g., FP00000001, AWD00000001). IDs are unique and distinct. Funding Proposal IDs and Award IDs replace the ID from WISPER. This is similar to the WISPER Record ID. Independent Contractor An independent contractor or an individual (who is not a University employee) is a business firm or an individual that contracts with the University to provide services for which the University controls or directs at most the result of the service, not the means and methods of accomplishing the result.
Indirect Cost Base The base to which Indirect Costs (F&A) are applied. The MTDC base means Modified Total Direct Costs, that includes all direct salaries and wages, applicable fringe benefits, materials and supplies, services, travel, and up to the first $25,000 of each subaward. The TDC base means Total Direct Costs without exclusions.
Institutional Review Board (IRB) An administrative body established by the university to protect the rights and welfare of human research subjects recruited to participate in research activities conducted under the auspices of the institution with which it is affiliated.
- Instrument Type (RAMP) The type of mechanism we expect the sponsor to use if/when they decide to fund the proposal.
- This is similar to the Document Type.
- Intellectual Property (IP) In general terms, intellectual property is any product of the human intellect that the law protects from unauthorized use by others.
During contract negotiation, UW-Madison looks at protectable types – patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. Journal Entry Financial transactions posted to the general ledger at the UW-Madison ( see General Ledger ) Just-In-Time (JIT) Specifically refers to NIH’s request for additional grant application information after the completion of the peer review, and prior to funding.
However, we tend to use the term JIT to indicate all post-application requests. If your sponsored project proposal is funded you will likely get a JIT type request. Key Personnel A person who contributes to the scientific or scholarly development or execution of a project in a substantive, measurable way.
Left Navigator (RAMP SmartForm Function) A collapsible/expandable list of all available pages in a SmartForm. Letter of Intent (LOI) A letter sent to an agency to notify them of one’s intent to submit a proposal. Some requests for proposals require an LOI prior to proposal submission.
In some cases, an LOI determines whether a sponsor will allow a full proposal to be submitted. In other cases, it is for informational purposes only Limited Submission (RAMP) When a sponsor limits the number of proposals that the UW can submit. These are the specific internal competitions run by the OVCRGE.
These are not currently in WISPER, but will be facilitated in RAMP. Long Title of Proposal (RAMP) The full-length official title of the proposal. This is similar to the Official Proposal Title. Manage Relationships Activity (RAMP) Activity in the Grants and Agreements modules that allows related records to be linked in RAMP.
This is similar to the Related Award Record field. Mandatory Cost Sharing Mandatory cost sharing is required by the sponsor as a condition for proposal submission and award acceptance. A mandatory cost-sharing requirement will be specified in the sponsor’s published request for proposals. If the indicated level of required cost-sharing is not included in a proposal, the proposal will not receive consideration by the sponsor.
Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) A contract that governs the transfer of tangible research materials between two entities, when the recipient intends to use it for his or her own research or evaluation purposes. The MTA defines the rights of the provider and the recipient with respect to the materials and any derivatives.
MTAs protect both the investigator and the industrial partner from liability and loss of intellectual property. Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC) MTDC is a base amount in a proposed budget to which F&A (indirect costs) may be applied. MTDC consists of all direct salaries and wages, applicable fringe benefits, materials and supplies, services, travel, and subawards and subcontracts up to the first $25,000 of each subaward.
MTDC excludes equipment, capital expenditures, charges for patient care, tuition remission, rental costs, scholarships, and fellowships, participant support costs, and the portion of each subaward and subcontract in excess of $25,000. My Inbox (RAMP) Dashboard tab for users that contains a user’s to-do list.
- This is similar to MY WISPER page.
- National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) An organization of individuals involved in the administration of sponsored programs at colleges, universities, and teaching hospitals.
- NCURA serves its members and advances the field of research administration through education and professional development programs, the sharing of knowledge and experience, and by fostering a professional, collegial, and respected community.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) A significant Federal sponsor of University research and the nation’s medical research agency. NIH.Gov National Science Foundation (NSF) A significant Federal sponsor of University research. An independent federal agency whose mission includes support for all fields of fundamental science and engineering, except for medical sciences.
NSF.Gov No Cost Extension (NCE) The extension of a project period without additional funding from the sponsor. If a project’s end date is approaching but the principal investigator (PI) identifies that the research needs to continue, a no-cost extension allows the end date to be extended. Depending on the award type and sponsor, a formal request may or may not be required to obtain the NCE.
No-fund Agreement (NFA) A generic term used for any agreement where no money is exchanged. Examples: CDA, MTA, Teaming Agreement, etc. Notification (RAMP) Email sent by RAMP, typically triggered by a change in a record’s State or the execution of an Activity.
- This is similar to notification emails.
- Office of Business Engagement The Office of Business Engagement connects business and industry with the resources they need to advance their businesses.
- We help businesses of all sizes facilitate seamless access across the university community, including in the areas of sponsored research.
Our team will work closely with you to understand relevant interests and needs, to bring together contacts and experts from across campus and to develop strategies for a successful business relationship. Other Support (OS) Information requested by the sponsor, including all financial resources, whether Federal, non-Federal, commercial or institutional, available in direct support of an individual’s research endeavors, including but not limited to research grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, and/or institutional awards.
- Other Support documentation may be required at time of proposal or requested at the Just In Time (JIT) stage.
- Typically training awards, prizes, or gifts do NOT need to be included.
- Outside Activities Report (OAR) A researcher’s outside activities may generate conflicts between the needs of the institution and the outside entity, so policies of UW System, federal government, and the UW require all faculty, academic staff and individuals listed as participants on human subject protocols or on federal grants to disclose all of their outside activities related to institutional responsibilities annually using the Outside Activities Report.
OAR Participant Support Costs Direct costs for items such as stipends or subsistence allowances, travel allowances, and registration fees paid to or on behalf of project participants or trainees (but not employees) in connection with conferences or training projects.
- Participant Support Pass-Through Entity/Prime Recipient The lead institution of a grant proposal.
- For example, if UW-Madison submits a proposal to NIH in which the University of Michigan is a subrecipient, UW-Madison is the pass-through entity and prime recipient because NIH has given the funding to UW-Madison with the intention of “passing through” the funding to the University of Michigan.
Payment to Individual Report (PIR) Payments to individual who are not employed by the university. An individual in this context is defined as a person who is not a company, partnership, corporation, association, organization, trust or estate, and for whom an employer-employee relationship does not exist.
PIR Payroll Certification Payroll certification is the process of attesting that payroll charges to federal sponsors are reasonable in relation to the work performed. All salary on federal and federal flow-through projects must be certified biannually by the Principal Investigator of the project. For more information see Payroll Certification Pencil Icon (RAMP SmartForm Function) Indicates when a change has been made to a section of a SmartForm to flag differences between draft versions.
PeopleSoft The UW System’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The PeopleSoft product most often used by research administrators is Shared Financial System (SFS), which includes the following modules: WISPER, GL, Grants, Accounts Payable (AP), Accounts Receivable (AR), and other financial components.
HRS and the Student Information System (SIS) are also PeopleSoft systems. Period of Performance The period of time during which a grantee is expected to complete the sponsored activities and incur/expend approved funds authorized under a sponsored award. The awarding agency must include start and end dates of the period of performance in the notice of award.
Primary Purpose of The Project (RAMP) What is the primary purpose of the project. The list is populated with the categories required by the UW Board of Regents. Not currently tracked in WISPER, but it is recorded in SFS. This is similar to the UW Project Type and/or Award Purpose.
Principal Investigator (PI) The individual, designated by the university who is responsible for scientific or technical aspects of the grant/contract and the day-to-day financial and administrative management of the grant or contract. PIs must have an appropriate UW-Madison appointment.Individuals classified as having University PI Status include: Tenured or Tenure Track Faculty appointments, Clinical/Health Sciences (CHS) Track appointments, Research Professor Track appointments, and UW-Madison Staff with Permanent PI status.
Individuals with other appointments may be able to serve as PI under certain circumstances. PI Printer Version (RAMP SmartForm Function) Displays a SmartForm in a single, printable page. Program Director / Principal Investigator (RAMP) The individual responsible for the preparation, conduct, and administration of the sponsored project.
RAMP will allow more than one PD/PI to account for true multi PI situations. This is similar to the Contact PI. Program Income Program income is gross income—earned by a recipient, subrecipient, or a contractor under a grant—directly generated by the grant-supported activity or earned as a result of the award.
Program income includes, but is not limited to, income from fees for services performed; charges for the use or rental of real property, equipment, or supplies acquired under the grant; the sale of commodities or items fabricated under an award; registration or conference fees for workshops, courses, or hosted events; charges for research resources; and license fees and royalties on patents and copyrights.
Project Assistant These titles designate graduate students enrolled in a UW System institution who are employed to assist with research, training, or other academic programs or projects at UW-Madison. Project Number An internal project number is a seven digit code that includes three letters followed by four numbers (ex: AAA1234) and is assigned to part or all of a sponsored project, under an award number.
An award can have one or multiple project numbers. Extramural support (133 and 144) project numbers are created by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Office at the time of award setup. Proposal A request for external funding prepared in accordance with the sponsor’s instructions.
- The proposal is an official record of what is promised to a sponsor by the University in return for the funding requested in the proposal budget.
- Proposal Prep Proposal & Award Policies and Procedures (PAPPG) The document that relates to the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) proposal and award process for NSF’s assistance programs.
Part I sets forth NSF’s proposal preparation and submission guidelines. Part II sets forth NSF policies and procedures regarding the award, administration, and monitoring of grants and cooperative agreements. The PAPPG does not apply to NSF contracts. NSF PAPPG Purchasing Card (P-Card) University issued credit card intended for low-dollar, best-judgment purchases to be paid directly by the University.
- The Purchasing Card is intended for best judgment purchases under $5,000.
- All purchases must comply with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s purchasing and accounting policies and procedures, and with extramural funding agency restrictions.
- The purchasing card is assigned to a specific UW-Madison employee and may only be used by that individual.
Purchasing Services Office Located within UW-Madison’s Division of Business Services, Purchasing is the office that provides professional procurement services. Purchasing Services RAMP RAMP is the acronym for UW-Madison’s Research Administration Management Portal (RAMP).
RAMP is an electronic research administration (eRA) system used for research administration at UW-Madison. RAMP includes two modules: Grants and Agreements. This is similar to WISPER and Cayuse. Reasonable Costs must be reasonable to be allowable on a project. A cost is reasonable if a prudent person would pay the same amount for the item or service or would be okay if the cost were published on the front page of the Wisconsin State Journal.
Explanation of Costs Record (RAMP) A submission created within RAMP. Examples include Funding Proposals, Awards, Award Modification Requests, Award Modifications, and Agreements. Regent Category The UW System Regent Category defines the purpose of extramurally supported awards received.
- At the time of award acceptance, the appropriate regent category is identified for reporting purposes.
- The UW System Regent Categories are: Institutional Support, Instruction, Hospitals, Libraries, Physical Plant, Public Service, Research, Student Aid, Academic Support, Auxiliary and Miscellaneous.
- Regrant A unique pass-through funding mechanism (similar to a subaward or shared grant) in which the UW receives funding from a sponsor and then passes it through to a potential ‘grantee’ who has been selected from a panel to perform a project of their own design and direction.
The UW department/unit will issue a Request for Proposals in which potential grantees will submit proposals. The regrantee is typically adding intellectual content to their individual project, which may build on the larger aims of our (UW) prime award.
- Regrants can be funded by various sources, such as state awards, federal grant funds and private grant funds.
- Related Projects (RAMP) Displays all related records that have been linked using the Manage Relationships Activity.
- This is similar to the Related Award Record.
- Renewal Award An award made subsequent to an expiring award for which the start date is contiguous with, or closely follows, the end of the expiring award.
A renewal award’s start date will begin a distinct period of performance. Request for Proposal (RFP) Announcements from an external organization (sponsor) that solicit proposals. RFPs specify a research topic, methods to be used, product (such as information, data, service, goods, etc.) to be delivered, and appropriate applicants sought.
Research Administrator Research administrators provide expertise and assistance to investigators to advance research in a university setting. Anybody who assists in facilitating research at a university is considered a research administrator. Research Assistant (RA) A research assistant is a UW-Madison graduate student working towards a Master’s or doctoral degree.
An appointment as an RA is appropriate if their duties primarily benefit the individual’s course of study and research and are directly applicable to the individual’s thesis or dissertation. Tasks, which are irrelevant or unnecessary to the appointee’s academic program, or repetitive beyond that which is necessary to achieve excellence in the activity, are not appropriate for an individual appointed as a research assistant.
The appointee is required to register for a full load of graduate courses and research. A research assistant stipend is established annually on an institution-wide basis, although the amount of each stipend may vary among departments. Research Assistants Research Terms and Conditions In order to create greater consistency in the administration of Federal research awards, Federal research agencies may choose to use the Research Terms and Conditions, a core set of administrative terms and conditions on research and research-related awards that are subject to 2 CFR Part 200, to the extent practicable.
The core set of administrative requirements for participating Federal research agencies and other pertinent documents are posted at: http://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/rtc/index.jsp Companion documents include the Prior Approval Matrix, National Policy Requirement Matrix, Subaward Requirement Matrix, and Agency-Specific Requirements.
- Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) The office that promotes and facilitates the research, education, and outreach missions of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by supporting and administering extramurally sponsored programs.
- RSP provides guidance and services related to proposal submission, award negotiations, award set-up, and award management through closeout.
All research proposals, contracts, grants and cooperative agreements with extramural sponsors must be routed to UW-Madison Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) through the Dean’s office of the UW-Madison college or school you are affiliated with. This includes: Clinical Trials Agreements, Confidential/Non-Disclosure Agreements, Research Agreements, Incoming and Outgoing Material Transfer Agreements, Licensing/Software/Equipment Agreements, Data Sharing/Use Agreements, Interagency Personnel Assignment Agreements, Memoranda of understanding, and all amendments, modifications and extensions to the above.
RSP.Wisc.edu Residual Balance Funds which remain upon the successful completion of a sponsored project (i.e., all terms and conditions met, all work has been completed, and a final project report has been submitted) that the contract allows to be retained by the institution and transferred to an unrestricted project.
Residual Balance Responsible department / division / institute (RAMP) The department/division/institute that is ultimately responsible for a record and approving/managing the record according to UW-Madison policies. Responsible organizations will map in RAMP based on the Principal Investigator selected but can be changed manually if required.
On Funding Proposals, the organization listed as the responsible organization maps to the SF424 record (if applicable). This is similar to the Administering Dept field. Revenue Revenue is a calculation of gross income earned by an entity or activity. In sponsored programs at UW-Madison, the accrual accounting method of revenue recognition is used for all awards except Clinical Trails which are on the cash basis method.
Under the accrual basis accounting method, revenue is recognized as expenditures are incurred. Revenue is NOT an indication that a cash payment has been received. Budgets are based on a contractual amount. Accounts Receivable balances are created to track amounts that have been invoiced and payments received are applied to Accounts Receivable balances.
- Under the cash basis accounting method, revenue is recognized when payments are received and recorded.
- Budgets are based on payments received.
- SF424 (RAMP) The Grants.gov application for federal assistance.
- When submitting for a federal opportunity using system-to-system capabilities (S2S) within RAMP, an electronic SF424 is created and populated using information entered on the Funding Proposal and Budget records.
The SF424 will replace Cayuse at UW-Madison. Principal Investigators will be able to submit certain proposals directly in sponsor systems as they do today (i.e., Research.gov, NSPIRES). This is similar to Cayuse. SFS Document Type An internal code identifying the type of agreement used to transmit extramural support to the University.
Examples include, Cooperative Agreement, Cost Reimbursable Contract, Fixed Price Contract, and Grant. The Document Type is typically entered into the UW-Madison SFS system at the time of proposal submission. Scope of Work (SOW) The statement of proposed work to be performed. The SOW should match the budget and period of performance.
Service Agreement A written contract prepared by Purchasing Services, signed by the service provider, and signed and executed by an authorized signatory in Business Services. The agreement lays out a payment schedule and describes the deliverables the service provider is expected to complete within the defined time period.
- Shared Financial System (SFS) The official financial system for the University of Wisconsin.
- SFS is the suite of applications for UW-System and UW institutions using PeopleSoft.
- SFS includes programs that comprise the general ledger, purchasing, asset management, and Grants Management systems including WISPER.
Shared Grant A subaward provided by one UW System school to another UW System school. (Example: UW-Madison to UW-Green Bay). SmartForm (RAMP) A series of pages completed with information about the record (e.g., Funding Proposal, Award). Sole Source An assertion that the individual or business firm is the only provider capable of performing the service in question.
- A sole source justification is required to waive bidding requirements on contracts over $5,000.
- Specialist (RAMP) Grants Module user role allowing RSP staff to manage Funding Proposals, Awards, and Award modification.
- This is similar to SPO Mgt./Admins (RSP staff).
- Sponsor An external entity committing a specific level of funding to the University for a specific Scope of Work for a specific time-period.
Sponsor Award Number or Reference Number A unique identifier given to each award by the sponsor. The sponsor award number will be located on the award document and should be used when communicating with the sponsor. Sponsored Projects Externally funded activities in which the university and the sponsor enter into a formal written agreement (i.e., a grant, contract, or cooperative agreement).
- Sponsors place restrictions on the way the funds are used and/or maintain the right to terminate funding.
- Sponsored projects are characterized by stated objectives to be accomplished within a specific period of time and budget, and generally require financial reports and/or scientific progress reports.
State (RAMP) The status of a record. This is similar to the Document Status. Study Staff / Registered User (RAMP) User role that allows individuals to create and submit Funding Proposals, Award Modification Requests, and Agreements. All UW employees will have this role and is the base user role in RAMP.
This is similar to the Registered User. Subaward An award provided by a prime recipient (pass-through entity) of a larger award. The subaward allows the subrecipient to carry out part of the larger awarded project. In other words, a prime sponsor provides the prime recipient with an award to do a project, and the prime recipient, in turn, provides a subaward to the subrecipient to do a portion of the work on the project.
A subrecipient is responsible for a portion of the research results. Subawards Subaward Portal A UW tool for requesting new outgoing subawards, requesting modifications to existing subawards, and viewing subrecipient monitoring information. Subaward Portal Supplies All tangible personal property other than those described under Equipment.
Suspense Account An account used to temporarily classify financial transactions which are suspended (cannot be processed further) because insufficient information is available. Similar to a clearing account, the use of a suspense account is only an intermediate step in processing financial transactions.
Unlike a clearing account, financial transactions cannot be cleared until the relevant information is known. Consequently, it may not be possible to clear financial transactions from suspense accounts at fiscal year-end close. Each Dean’s Office has established at least one suspense account for closeout purposes.
RSP Accountants have the ability to transfer unallowable expenditures or those not covered by revenue to this account at closeout. The appropriate campus contacts will receive two e-mails from the RSP Accountant ahead of a suspense account transfer. System-to-System (RAMP S2S) SF424 applications submitted directly to a federal sponsor through RAMP rather than through a federal system (i.e., NSPIRES, Research.gov).
S2S submits proposal data to Grants.gov which ultimately flows to the agency systems. This is similar to Cayuse. Termination The ending of an award, in whole or in part, at any time prior to the planned end of a period of performance. The Office of Human Resources (OHR) The Office of Human Resources exists to serve faculty and staff in the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive personnel, training and employment relations system.
Through consultation and information dissemination, OHR assists the University of Wisconsin-Madison to anticipate and meet the human resources demands of a changing educational environment. OHR The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Office (VCFA) This office serves as the UW-Madison’s financial office.
It is responsible for overall supervision of a wide-array of the University’s administrative, student-life and auxiliary functions. VCFA The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education (OVCRGE) The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education oversees more than $1 billion in annual research expenditures, a figure that puts the University of Wisconsin–Madison as the sixth university in the nation for volume of research.
- The office also administers 17 cross-campus research and service centers and maintains oversight of the Graduate School, which has an annual budget of $160 million and responsibility for 9,400 graduate students in 150 master’s and 120 doctoral fields.
- OVCRGE Third Party In-Kind Contributions Non-cash contributions from third parties external to the university.
Instead of cash, the third party provides goods or services. This can include donated space, donated buildings or land, donated supplies, donated or loaned equipment, volunteer effort, or the paid effort of employees from an outside organization. Total Budget The total of the Direct Costs Budget plus the Indirect Costs Budget of a sponsored project.
Total Costs The total of Direct Costs plus Indirect Costs. Total Direct Costs (TDC) TDC are the total of all the direct costs in a budget. TDC is a base to which F&A (indirect costs) may be applied. TDC Tuition Remission A benefit waiving tuition charges for graduate students holding an appointment as Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant, or Program/Project Assistant appointment to help alleviate the cost of tuition.
All proposed projects including graduate students with these titles must include tuition remission in the Other Direct Costs section of the budget. However, tuition remission is not included in the calculation of indirect costs Tuition Remission FAQ Type of Application (RAMP) The application type here is determined by the action that initiated creation of the proposal (new, resubmission, renewal, etc.).
- This is similar to the Proposal Type.
- UW System Created in 1971, the UW System of public universities is one of the largest public higher education systems in the country.
- UW-System is made up of 13 four-year universities, 13 freshman-sophomore satellite campuses, and statewide UW-Extension.
- Wisconsin.Edu UW-Madison Award Number The award number is a seven-digit number preceded by “MSN” and assigned to a sponsored project (ex: MSN123456 ).
Each sponsored project only has one award number, even though it might have several project numbers associated with it. This internal number is generated in WISPER at the time of proposal preparation. Award Number Uniform Guidance (UG) The federal guidelines that define the requirements for administering federal grants and other agreements which became effective in December 2014 and replaced OMB Circulars A-110, A-133, and A-21.
The full title is Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations. Also referred to as 2 CFR 200. Uniform Guidance User Role (RAMP) Determines what RAMP areas, functions, and records a user can access and the activities or actions a user can perform in each state.
User roles may be layered, and a RAMP user can have more than one user role. Validate (RAMP SF424 Function) Pressing the Validate Submission on the SF424 Workspace performs a validation of the SF424 application against the Grants.gov validation rules.
- Validation Errors or Warnings are displayed upon validation.
- Validate (RAMP SmartForm Function) Pressing the Validate section of the SmartForm left navigator provides a display of the completed and not completed sections of the SmartForm.
- All required questions must be completed before a SmartForm can be submitted and move through workflow.
Vendor An entity providing ancillary goods or services that the principal investigator needs to conduct the project. A vendor would have a procurement relationship with the university. A vendor is not responsible for the research results. Vendors typically provide their services to many different purchasers and as part of their normal business operations.
- They operate in a competitive environment.
- Voluntary Committed Cost Sharing Voluntary committed cost sharing is cost sharing that is offered in a proposal but not required by the sponsor as a condition of proposal submission.
- Once offered by the institution in the proposal’s budget and agreed to by the sponsor, it becomes an obligation the university must fulfill.
Cost Sharing FAQ Voluntary Uncommitted Cost Sharing Voluntary uncommitted cost sharing is cost sharing that is over and above an amount that was committed and budgeted for in a sponsored research agreement. It is neither pledged explicitly in the proposal nor stated in the award document, but occurs in the course of executing a project, often when an individual expends more effort on the project than his or her commitment requires.
- This type of cost sharing is above the level agreed to as part of the award and is not required to be documented, tracked, or reported.
- Cost Sharing FAQ WISDM The Wisconsin Data Mart pre-dated WISER but was discontinued in 2020.
- WISER WISER is an improved, redesigned version of WISDM.
- WISER’s modern, robust enterprise platform will provide enhanced, efficient and more agile reporting.
WISER WISPER The Wisconsin Proposal Electronic Routing system is a web-based system for electronic, internal routing of applications and agreements related to extramural funding. Learn more at WISPER Warnings (RAMP SF424 Function) SF424 validates against the Grants.gov validation rules.
- Warnings are indicated by a yellow triangle.
- Warnings do not prevent electronic submission but alert users of potential proposal problems.
- Similar to warnings in Cayuse.
- Workflow (RAMP) The process through which a record passes from beginning to end.
- Workflow Map (RAMP) Map that displays at the top of Funding Proposal, Award, and Agreement Workspaces.
The workflow map displays a visual representation of where a record is in the overall workflow. Workspace (RAMP) Contains key information associated with the record (State, Title, ID, etc.) and contains various buttons and links to perform Activities.
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What is IEP equivalent?
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|1 IEP||1.26974 EUR|
|5 IEP||6.34869 EUR|
|10 IEP||12.6974 EUR|
|25 IEP||31.7435 EUR|
What is the full form of IEP in disability?
What is an Individualized Education Plan? Increasing the participation of people with disabilities in computing fields An Individualized Education Plan (or Program) is also known as an IEP. This is a plan or program developed to ensure that a child with an identified disability who is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives specialized instruction and related services.
The involvement and progress of the child with a disability in the general curriculum. All related services for which the child qualifies. Appropriate educational accommodations necessary for the child to be successful. The child’s present levels of educational performance. Measurable annual goals and objectives for the child’s education.
For information on federal regulations that govern IEPs, consult, published by, : What is an Individualized Education Plan?
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What is the full form of RSP?
Regular Services Program (RSP) The Regular Services Program (RSP) is a CCP grant program that provides disaster relief assistance for up to nine months after a major disaster declaration. The Regular Services Program (RSP) provides funding for ongoing counseling services and support.
: Begin by reading this document, which has step-by-step instructions for completing the CCP RSP grant application. (Required) : Fill out this application template to apply for the RSP grant. Application for Federal Assistance Standard Form SF-424 (Required) : The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires all grant applicants to complete this form. The PDF is available under, All entities that apply for CCP funds must submit a completed SF-424 signed by their governor’s authorized representative. Budget Information for Non-Construction Programs SF-424A (Required) : This is an OMB-required form for grant applications. The PDF is available under, Complete “Section B – Budget Categories,” Column one only for the total CCP budget. Assurances for Non-Construction Programs SF-424B (Required) : This is an OMB-required form for grant applications. The PDF is available under, Project/Performance Site Locations (Required) : This is an OMB-required form for grant applications. The PDF is available under, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities SF-LLL (Required) : This is an OMB-required form for grant applications. The PDF is available under, The applicant may indicate “N/A” on the form if it is not applicable. However, the form is still required. (Recommended) : A worksheet that applicants may use to prepare the state and individual provider budgets and narratives for the RSP application. (Recommended) : A worksheet that applicants may use to prepare the state and individual provider budgets and narratives for an RSP cost extension request.
: Regular Services Program (RSP)
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Why do we need reading readiness approach?
Why Is Reading Readiness Important? – Early exposure to reading is highly correlated with a child’s ability to read well in the future. By forming early experiences with books and positive feelings (that’s where you come in!), your child may discover a love of reading.
How to share and take turns while readingTo understand their role in the world and how stories might relate to themHow to support their bodies when readingTo refine fine motor skills used in writing and page-turningHow to distinguish between letters, shapes, and sounds
Reading readiness is about reading, but it’s also about so much more! That’s what makes it an important part of your child’s learning adventure.
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What is RTL reading?
A right-to-left language (RTL) is written and read from right to left, top to bottom.
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Why use RSP?
1. RRSP contributions reduce your taxable income – The first advantage of putting money into your RRSP is that each contribution reduces your net taxable income, Money held within an RRSP — both the amount you contribute and any gains your investments realize — is also sheltered from tax until you withdraw.
- If you take your RRSP funds out when you retire, it’s likely you’ll be in a lower tax bracket and will have to pay less tax.
- Make sure to contribute at the right time.
- Each year, the CRA gives you an additional 60 days to contribute to your RRSP so that it counts towards the previous tax year.
- The 2022 RRSP deadline is March 1, 2023.
» Get ready: How to prepare for the RRSP contribution deadline
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What is good about RSP?
Making an RRSP contribution can potentially reduce the amount of tax you will be subject to pay on your income tax return. The way an RRSP works is that it helps you save for the future while deferring tax. The amount you contribute to your RRSP is deducted from your taxable income in the year of the contribution.
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What is the benefit of an RSP?
What are the benefits of investing in an RRSP? Tax-Deferred Savings : Any investment income earned on investments held within the plan is tax-deferred, as long as it remains in your RRSP. Tax Deductions: Your RRSP contributions are tax-deductible and may help to reduce the total amount of income tax you pay.
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What does RSP stand for UK?
See Retail Service Provider.
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What does RDG mean in education?
A grade of C or better is required for prerequisite courses. RDG 099 Developmental Reading Skills (3 V) As Needed. Students will apply strategies for improving comprehension, developing vocabulary, and increasing rate for reading college textbooks.
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Is ADHD on an IEP?
Individualized Education Programs for Kids with Disabilities Medically Reviewed by on April 21, 2021 An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a special education plan for children with disabilities. IEPs are plans for free services given in regular or special classes in public school. Children with disabilities – including ADHD, autism, and physical disabilities – can get an IEP if there’s evidence the condition affects their ability to succeed in school.
Accommodations are changes that allow a child to remain in their regular class rather than being pulled out for special instruction. They may get more time to finish an assignment. Or the teacher may break up assignments into smaller parts. If your child has a problem with hyperactivity, their desk could be moved to a quiet area. Your child will still have to finish the same course work as their classmates to move up a grade. Modifications change what your child is expected to learn. They may need to use different textbooks or get different test questions than their classmates.
By law, both accommodations and modifications need to help students keep up in the classroom and move forward academically. Your child will be evaluated to determine if they are eligible for an IEP. A team of experts will observe your child. They’ll review their regular schoolwork and give them some tests.
- The team will then write an evaluation that determines whether your child qualifies for an IEP.
- If so, it will include the kinds of support they need.
- You’ll be able to review the report with the team members.
- If you disagree with the evaluation, you can contest it.
- Once your child qualifies for special education, you and the team will have 30 calendar days to agree on a detailed plan.
The team writing the IEP must include a general education teacher, a special education teacher, a representative from the school system, and an evaluator. You, your child, and specialists such as occupational therapists and physical therapists can also take part.
How your child is doing in school now.Annual goals, broken down into short-term benchmarks.How these goals will be measured. Instead of saying your child should learn more words, the plan should say exactly how many words in how much time.Which standardized tests your child should take and what testing alternatives include.What special education services they will get for how long and how often.How much your child may not participate in the classroom or in school with students without disabilities.If your child is 14 or older, courses they need to take to prepare for life after graduation.
In addition to academics, goals can include social skills and extracurricular activities. They can also focus on ways to address behaviors that interfere with your child’s school performance, such as anger management. Once you sign off on an IEP, the team of experts will update you on your child’s progress.
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What is the UK equivalent of an IEP?
The term IEP is used in America to refer to an Individualized Education Program, which is a legal document under United States law that is developed for each public school child in the US who needs special education; it is a similar thing to the UK’s EHCP.
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What does IEP mean examples?
504 Plan Defined – The 504 Plan is a plan developed to ensure that a child who has a disability identified under the law and is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives accommodations that will ensure their academic success and access to the learning environment.
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What does RSP mean in government?
Re-entry Supervision Program (RSP) | Bureau of Justice Assistance The Recovery Act Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program (Byrne Competitive Program) will help communities improve the capacity of state and local justice systems and provide for national support efforts including training and technical assistance programs strategically targeted to address local needs.
This competitive grant announcement focuses on initiatives in eight areas: 1) preventing and reducing violent crime through community-based data-driven approaches; 2) providing funding for neighborhood-based probation and parole officers; 3) reducing mortgage fraud and crime related to vacant properties; 4) hiring of civilian support personnel in law enforcement (training staff, analysts, dispatchers, etc.); 5) enhancing forensic and crime scene investigations; 6) improving resources and services for victims of crime; 7) supporting problem-solving courts; and 8) national training and technical assistance partnerships.
Under category 2, Arrowhead Regional Corrections (ARC) will use the FY 2009 Recovery Act Byrne Competitive funds for the ARC Reentry Initiative. The Arrowhead Regional Corrections (ARC) is a regional organization providing probation, parole, juvenile detention, and adult male detention services to five counties in northern Minnesota.
The goals of the project are to: (1) reduce the recidivism rate by 10 percent for adult and juvenile probation clients; (2) reduce the use of jail beds; (3) preserve 4 probation/parole officer jobs; and, (4) reduce probation caseload sizes. The funds will be used to add four additional probation officers specializing in reentry duties, which will reduce existing caseloads.
These caseloads will be capped at 30 high-to-medium risk clients. With added probation staff available to work with these clients as they reenter the community, the result will be a reduction of crime, a reduction in use of jail beds, and an overall cost savings to the system.
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What does IEP stand for in early years?
Early years action – If your child needs special help with their learning, the publically funded pre-school or nursery may provide help at stages 1 and 2 of the Code of Practice. Your child’s teachers or SENCO will discuss your child’s needs with you, assess their needs, and decide what help to give.
- You should be asked about the help your child is given and its results.
- Help at Stages 1 and 2 could mean a different way of teaching certain things, or some help from an extra adult.
- This help, and the short-term targets for your child’s learning, may be written down in a document called an Individual Education Plan (IEP).
Alternatively your child’s progress may be recorded in the same way as it is for all other children. Your child’s IEP is used as a planning and review ‘tool’ for their teachers and for you. IEPs should set out:
what special help is being given who will provide the help and how often what help you can give your child at home