The eGC1 status indicates where an eGC1 is in the overall creation and routing process. Each eGC1 has only one eGC1 status at a time.
Status choices on the My eGC1s page:
Status choices on the My Approvals page:
There are nine eGC1 statuses.
|Composing||Applications being filled in and not yet ready for routing. Anyone with read/write access to the eGC1 can delete it.|
|Routing||Application which have been completed and are currently routing to campus approvers.|
|Withdrawn||Applications which have been withdrawn by an owner, someone with the ASTRA Global Edit role, or someone with read/write assigned access. eGC1s in Withdrawn status have stopped routing, and anyone with read/write access to the eGC1 can edit it. The eGC1 will resume routing when it is recompleted.|
|Returned||Applications which a reviewer (campus or OSP) has returned for modifications. eGC1s in the Returned status have stopped routing, and anyone with read/write access to the eGC1 can edit it. The eGC1 will resume routing when it is recompleted.|
|In OSP||Applications which the PI and all required campus units have approved, and OSP received for review.|
|Approved||Applications which OSP have approved.|
|Awarded||Applications which the sponsor has awarded.|
|Denied by Sponsor||Applications which the sponsor has denied. SAGE users can change an application to Denied by Sponsor status if the sponsor is not the UW Royalty Research Fund (RRF), or if there is no child FA. OSP can also change an application to this status.|
|Permanently Withdrawn||Applications which will not be submitted to the sponsor. SAGE users can change an application to Permanently Withdrawn if there is no child FA; OSP can also change an application to a status of Permanently Withdrawn.|
The diagram below shows the flow of an application through the various statuses.