Kuali Research
Community Feedback Leads to Editability and Reporting Alert in Subaward Module

Kuali Research is constantly evolving thanks to valuable collaboration with its community of institutions.

Learn More About The Kuali Community

See Some of Our Customers in The Community Watch Now

Writing icon for workflow automation
monitor icon
hand puzzle icon
conversation icon

Community Feedback Leads to Editability & Reporting Alert in Subaward Module

When members in the Kuali Community came to us with a suggestion, we listened. They needed the ability to edit the History of Changes panel in the Subaward module of the Sponsored Programs software to help correct any mistakes when information was initially entered.

After working with our community to understand the needs surrounding this issue, the History of Changes was modified to allow editable transactions to correct data entry mistakes and other issues. For audit purposes, the original entry will remain in prior versions to preserve the integrity of the process.

Additionally, administrators will now be able to track when a subaward meets the FFATA reporting requirement. The function provides a checkbox for “FFATA Reporting Reached Limit” that can be checked if the Financial Tab Obligated total is greater than $25K and the Prime Sponsor or Sponsor is federal. This is linked to the active award, so if the award reporting box is unchecked, the award user will get a warning that the subaward has reached the reporting limit and needs to be reviewed.

Both of these features came about from the partnership between Kuali and the Kuali Community through the Community Forums and the Subaward Working Group. Facilitating regular community engagement and feedback is a best practice that helps each institution within the Kuali Community.  

Smiling woman sitting in front of laptop
Contact us today

Learn more about the Kuali Community

woman looking for a book inside the library

Webinar: The Benefits of a Collaborative Community
Panelists from three schools discuss how vendor-institution collaboration results in better software solutions, improved user experience, and enhanced student experiences.
Watch Webinar

man having a conference on laptop

The UC San Diego Partners with Kuali Research
To reduce the burden of manually filing Form 700-U, Kuali partnered with UC San Diego to develop a module that allowed them to simplify the disclosure process and electronically complete, review, and file multiple forms.
Read Case Study

two hands working on laptop

Research Community Forum and User Group
The Kuali Research community is built from an active group of institutions who support and engage with each other through various formats.
Read More