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Can I withdraw an eGC1 from within SAGE Budget?

Note: This only applies to legacy budgets.

The SAGE Budget and eGC1 Shared Access Data user guide article explains who has access to the items.

If you have access, then provided the eGC1 is connected to a budget in SAGE and is already in routing, you can withdraw it. From within SAGE Budget, go to the Budget History tab, and click the eGC1 History & Comments link to view the Approvals History. (Note: The Approvals History is only available after an eGC1 is in Routing status.) From the Approvals History, click the Withdraw eGC1 link.

Note: If an eGC1 is marked “Yes” for Ready to Submit and has In OSP status, it cannot be withdrawn. Instead, contact OSP and request they return the eGC1.

Once you have routed your eGC1 to its reviewers, the links that display on the screen will reflect the status of your application.

process application section after application was routed

You will see the “ready to submit” question and answer for reference.

View Entire eGC1 (PDF)

Click this link to preview or print the entire eGC1. The printout will have a date and time stamp which provides the Last Modified date and time. If you withdraw and re-route the application, you must reprint the final eGC1 in order for these dates to match.

Print Final Routing Sheet

Click this link to preview or print the Routing Sheet. If you will be submitting paper documents to campus reviewers and OSP, attach a copy of the final Routing Sheet to a copy of the application and provide it to each of the units that will review. The Routing Sheet content is based on the content on the eGC1: department and dean for the PI, personnel, organization code receiving funding, and some compliance questions. The Routing Sheet has two purposes:

  1. Provide a link between the paper documents and the online record.
  2. Provide a list of the units needing to approve this application. Use the check boxes to indicate which copy is for which unit.

View Final Approval Graph

Click this link to view the final Approval Workflow. If you modify the eGC1 data in any manner, the Approval Graph may change. The data in the eGC1 – department and dean for the PI, personnel, organization code receiving funding, and some compliance questions – as well as the rules for each organization involved with this project determine which units are on the Approval Graph.