In4Grants

The Office of Sponsored Programs is using In4Grants for grant management and tracking.

In4Grants is an intuitive cloud based grants management solution that allows for:

Collaboration with colleagues (internal or external), business partners, industry, and anyone who can add value to your proposal

Social media functionality that allows them to vote on an opportunity, post a comment or send a message.

Information is centralized in a container to work on documents to create your proposal. Rather than filling up your inbox with hundreds of emails, keep relevant communication on the project in a central location, accessible from anywhere, anytime.

To log into your In4Grants project, please use the following link: In4Grants Login

To get set up in In4Grants, please contact Tara Di Salvo at tadisalvo@plymouth.edu.

 

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