⤷ CA-GTF-PSM (Application Component) Cross Application Objects Public Sector Management
⤷ BFMB (Package) Basis Objects FI-FM
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||GM_GRANT_NBR|
|Data Type||CHAR||Character String|
|Search Help: Name||GRANTS_GENERIC|
|Search Help: Parameters||GRANT_NUMBER|
|Default Component name||GRANT_NBR|
|No Input History|
|Basic direction is set to LTR|
|No BIDI Filtering|
Legal instrument used to establish a funding relationship between a sponsor (grantor) and grantee, in order to carry out a public purpose of support or stimulation in which the sponsor does not expect to be substantially involved.
A grant may be for any purpose and cover all or only part of the costs of the project in question. You must enter a grant type for each grant you create in Grants Management (GM).
The grant as an object has a finite lifecycle, divided into stages. Each stage is represented in the GM solution by a system status. The following are the stages of a grant's lifecycle:
- Initial Draft
- This is the first stage of a grant. It is a working copy that can be modified as many times as needed.
- When the initial draft becomes a formal and complete document, it becomes a proposal.
- When a proposal is routed to the sponsor for approval, it becomes an application. This application might contain changes in the budget or other adjustments.
- If the sponsor approves an application, an award is created. This is the real operative stage of a grant. The creation and consumption of the grant's budget occurs at this stage. This stage also represents the binding contract between the sponsor and the grantee.
- When an award is expiring, a phase of closing is established. Only restricted operations can be performed in this stage.
- This stage defines an expired and closed grant. No further operations are allowed except archiving.
|Last changed by/on||SAP||20110908|
|SAP Release Created in||462A|