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Application Type

This is used by the system and OSP to classify and organize eGC1 materials. It helps to link related applications to one another (for example, a new application with all its revisions, continuations, and renewals) for improved tracking and reporting.

Select the appropriate type from the drop-down menu. This is a required field.

application type section

Application Types Description
Pre-Application An application where the sponsor has an evaluation process to screen and determine those applications worthy of an invitation for a full (new) proposal.
New An application for funding for a project that has never been submitted previously. Also known as a “competing application”.
Transfer from Another Institution An existing application or award being transferred from another institution or entity to the UW. Equivalent to “new” at the UW, but distinguished separately for reporting and statistical purposes.
Competing Revision  An application for a change to the scope of work an existing project with no further funding obligated by the sponsor.
Non-competing Revision  An application for a change to the scope of work for funds previously obligated by the sponsor.
Resubmission (Previously Denied) A revision of an application previously submitted and not funded. Similar to other types of revisions, but distinguished separately for reporting and statistical purposes. This is a competing application.
Competing Renewal An application for the continuation of an existing project with no further funding obligated by the sponsor.
Non-Competing Renewal An application for funds previously obligated by the sponsor. Usually a progress report to-date on the project.
Supplemental Extension An application for additional funding for an existing project and for an extension of the current ending date.
Competing Supplement An application for additional funding for an existing project for funds not already obligated by the sponsor.
Non-Competing Supplement An application for additional funding for an existing project for funds already obligated by the sponsor and for an extension of the current ending date.
Non-Award Agreement (new)

Non-Award Agreement (continuation)

An application for the following types of non-award agreement:

  • Confidentiality Agreement
  • Data Use Agreement
  • Memorandum of Understanding
  • Unfunded Collaborative Agreement
  • Unfunded Research Agreement
  • Affiliation Agreement
  • Material Transfer Agreement

Note: select Non-Award Agreement (continuation) to extend an existing agreement beyond the initial term.

When you select an NAA type, you will see a prompt that reads “Budget & Fiscal Compliance entries will be cleared. Do you wish to Continue?” This is to remind you that nothing should be entered on the Budget & Fiscal Compliance page. The system will delete any data that was there.

The system will automatically check the After-the-Fact box for an NAA application type.

For guidance on completing an NAA type application, see OSP’s NAA eGC1 Instructions FAQ.

Note: regardless of application type, if the Sponsored Program Activity Type is “IPA/JPA/Staff Assignment” then the application is non-competing.

Grant Runner Application Type Mapping

The eGC1 applications types map to SF424 types as follows:

eGC1 Type SF 424 Type
Pre-Application, New New
Transfer, Resubmission Resubmission
Competing and Non-Competing Revision Revision
Competing and Non-Competing Renewal Renewal
Supplemental Extension, Competing and Non-Competing Supplement Continuation

After the Fact Application

Check this box if the sponsor has already funded this application, or has sent an award letter. This is a required field. For more information, see After-the-Fact (ATF) eGC1s for Awards & Agreements

Note: When you select one of the Non-Award Agreement application types, the system will automatically check the box.

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