Some funding agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), require additional information after the initial submission. The Office of Grants and Contracts (OGC) coordinator will assist the Principal Investigators (PI) in keeping track of post-submission requirements, following the guidelines posted by the sponsor.
Just-in-Time (JIT) allows applicants and university signing officials (i.e., OGC) to submit certain documents required for a competing grant application at a later date in the application process, after the peer review. A PI is able to upload and save JIT information, or may provide the documents to the OGC coordinator to upload and save the JIT information.
University signing officials have the authority to submit JIT information.
There are funders who may require after-submission phone discussions with the PI and university leadership, or site visits to discuss the proposal application and/or institutional capabilities. The OGC coordinator can assist in scheduling or coordinating such requests.