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Compliance protocols MUST be approved and linked in SeRA to a SPO project record prior to award acceptance. 

See ORA's Award Acceptance Resources for additional information.

Cayuse User Guides and Resources

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Cayuse Proposals (S2S) is the system-to-system solution Stanford and 150+ peer institutions use to prepare and submit federal applications to the Grants.gov portal.  

Stanford does NOT use Workspace.  If a funding announcement advises applications must be prepared in Workspace and/or Grants.gov, prepare the application in Stanford's Cayuse.

Stanford Cayuse User access is granted by submitting a HelpSU ticket to the SeRA Support Team.  Once access is granted, Stanford's Cayuse system can easily be accessed from SeRA

  • From the SeRA Navigate dropdown menu select Cayuse.
  • If you have previously been granted Stanford Cayuse access, a new browser tab will open to your Proposals page of Cayuse. 
  • If you are prompted for any Cayuse specific login credentials, please submit a HelpSU ticket for Cayuse access to the SeRA Support Team, and a SeRA Support Analyst will respond to you shortly.

Cayuse Quick Guide

Cayuse Training Seminar

Cayuse People Profiles Guide

Cayuse Institutional Profiles Guide

Cayuse Incoming Subawards Guide - Use when Stanford is the subrecipient

Cayuse Outgoing Subawards Guide - Use when Stanford's proposal includes subawards to other institutions

Cayuse Comprehensive Guide

Copying and Transforming Cayuse Proposals

List of Peer Institutions that use Cayuse Proposals (S2S)

Linking a Cayuse Proposal to a PDRF

My PI is a subrecipient on a Grants.gov proposal, and the pass through entity uses Workspace

RR Personal Data Form - Who is listed, how the form's logic works, and the form's limitations


Need further Cayuse assistance? Have questions, feedback, or are experiencing other issues?

Please submit a HelpSU ticket to the SeRA Support Team and a SeRA Support Analyst will contact you shortly.

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