ERA Project Team Members Recognized at 2022 IT Community Awards
Natalie Boone, Angie Fullington and Matt Schultz won the Extraordinary Project Team Impact Award.
Three ERA project team members took home the Extraordinary Project Team Impact Award at this year’s NC State IT Community Awards.
Natalie Boone, technical business analyst; Angie Fullington, technical business analyst; and Matt Schultz, IT analyst and programmer, were among those recognized at the annual event.
The NC State IT Community Awards, established in 2019, aim to recognize teams and individuals who have made a significant collaborative impact within the IT community.
The Extraordinary Team Impact Award recognizes a high-functioning team that has facilitated, promoted or advanced the university’s goals, mission, vision and values through its collaborative project-focused efforts. The selection criteria place focus upon a successful team effort on a project that supports one or more institutional goals and provides a valuable enhancement for the university or a sub-segment of the university.
The mission of the ERA project, a phased implementation of the Research Enterprise Data (RED) system, is to implement a system that integrates the lifecycle of research administration processes — from proposal development and submission through award management, financial administration and closeout — at NC State, in order to create efficiencies and increase the efficacy of compliance.
The RED system is an enterprise-level software suite that will streamline research activities across the university — allowing NC State research administration to keep pace with its ever-growing research portfolio. Two modules of the RED system are currently live: Animal Care and Use (IACUC) and Conflict of Interest (COI/NOI). The next RED modules set to launch are Proposal Tracking (PT) and Post-Award Management (PAM), which will replace the legacy system RADAR.