G-2-P transition - how can I tell an award wil transition?

  1. As a general rule, awards for which the current competing segment was awarded prior to October 1, 2013 and that will be receiving continuation funding in FY16 (after 10/1/2015) will be affected by the transition.  This means that primarily awards receiving the 4th or 5th year of funding in a competing segment will be impacted.  You can also tell by looking at the most recent NoA.  If the award still indicates that the award is under the G (Pooled) account type (see 3.b below), the award will need to be transitioned in FY16.
  2. See also the report generated by OSP regarding “P-Account Transition Projections”, which lists awards that we anticipate will be affected by the transition based on data currently in GMAS.  One clarifying point on the data in the “G-to-P Award Details” tab is that the “Projected Transitional BP Start Date” listed on the report is based on the current obligated and anticipated dates in GMAS.  Thus, for awards that have not yet received their FY15 funding, this date is projected as a year too early.  These dates have been adjusted on the P-Account Charts so that the budget end dates coincide with the P-Account Transition period (10/01/15-09/30/16).  Please keep this in mind for planning purposes as well – if, for example, the report lists a “Projected Transitional BP Start Date” of August 1, 2015, you should actually plan for the award to transition effective August 1, 2016 (a data within the transition period mentioned above).