From within an open application, hover your mouse over the Cycle Details tab. If the application is already in a Cycle, a fly-out menu will appear showing the Cycle number and all items within the Cycle. If there is no cycle, click on the tab to open the Create Cycle window.
To attach an application to a new cycle
- Click Create new cycle and attach application.
To attach an application to an existing cycle
- Click Search for an existing cycle to attach.
- Enter values for one or more of the search criteria in the Search Cycles screen, and then click Search.
Hint: From the results list, you have the option to open the cycle to verify it is the right one.
- On the results list, click Relate for the chosen cycle to attach the application. The search page will refresh to show the Cycle Details for the chosen cycle with the application listed.
Note: If you click Cancel in the Approval dialog after you attach the application to a cycle, the cycle attachment will remain in effect, but the application will not be approved.
The following table describes the columns on the Cycle Tasklist and the type of information included in each column. The columns are listed in alphabetical order.
||By default, a newly-created cycle is assigned to File. You cannot change the assignment.
||Award Modification Number on a Funding Action, or the Modification Number on a Subaward Action
|Org Rcvg Funding
||Name of Organization Receiving Funding; populated from the first child item added to the cycle
|Org Rcvg Funding Code
||Code of Organization Receiving Funding; populated from first child
||Principal Investigator; populated from first child
||Also known as the Budget title; populated from first child
||Populated from first child
You can personalize your tasklist to display only the information you’re interested in tracking. For example, you can define the columns that display and the order of the columns, among other things.
A Cycle is an electronic file that contains all the items relating to a specific Sponsored Project during a specific competing segment. Cycles are a convenient mechanism for tracking the progression of a competing segment and the relationship of the items created within that segment.
Figure 1 provides one example of a Cycle’s contents. There is a large circle to represent the cycle, with two smaller circles enclosed, each representing an application. Within the application circles are smaller circles representing associated funding actions and administrative actions.
Figure 1: Items in a Cycle
You can relate one cycle to another. You might relate Cycles, for example, when a project has multiple competing segments and you want to associate competing renewal applications with the original application.