NOA Recipient

LAST UPDATED: November 20, 2014

Who is an NOA Recipient?

An NOA Recipient is the department contact who receives the Notice of Award (NOA) and has ChartField access to view award and project data through reports. One department may have multiple NOA Recipients. The NOA recipient receives the NOA for all awards within their department; this role is not PI or project specific.

What can a NOA Recipient do?

The NOA Recipient will receive the NOA via email from ORPA.

If the individual is assigned the Sponsored Research Report Viewer function, the NOA Recipient will be able to view Sponsored Research Reports and will have access to:

  • All projects within the contact's department
  • All projects under an award, regardless of the department, when the primary project of the award is within the contact's department

Who should be assigned this function?

Department contacts that should receive the notice of awards (NOA). One department may have multiple NOA Recipients.

The department contact that should have access to all projects within the contact's department and access all projects under an award when the primary project of the award is within the contact’s department.

What systems will the NOA Recipient have access to?

  • Cognos Reporting

 

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