See the Delete an eGC1 user guide article for full details.
To delete the eGC1, click the delete icon (trash can) on the top navigation bar, and then click OK to confirm that you want to delete the eGC1.
Yes. To create a “template” eGC1, start with a newly created eGC1 and fill in just the data values that you commonly use. This might include:
Give the eGC1 a title that indicates it’s a template, and then save it, leaving it in Composing status. When you need to create a new eGC1, open the template eGC1 and make a copy of it.
It is possible to Copy an Existing eGC1. However, if it is a Grant Runner application, only the standard part of an eGC1 is copied, not the Grant Runner forms. Details about what will be copied are given on the page which displays when you start the copy process, and in the linked article above.
To copy an eGC1, click the Copy icon in the top right corner of your eGC1 window. After you review the instructional information, click Confirm Copy.
Look at the type of file (.PDF, .xlsx, .docx, etc.), then check that your computer has the right software to open that type. For example, you need to have Microsoft Outlook to see .msg files. You may need to install software or you could contact email@example.com to request the file in a different format.
The first step is to verify with the Dean’s Office or Provost that they will participate in cost sharing. You can then specify the cost sharing on the eGC1 Cost Sharing page.
This means the Sponsor has not yet been added to the SAGE database. Follow the instructions on the Sponsor Chooser page to send a request to OSP (firstname.lastname@example.org) to add the sponsor to the database.