BMS 2000 Overview
BMS 2000 is a database system that sorts data and looks up information. BMS 2000 is the system underlying many different applications used by Yale School of Medicine. This tutorial covers :
Grants and Contracts Reporting (GAC)
The Grants and Contracts Reporting System (GAC) is located within the BMS 2000 system. GAC is used to look at "the big picture", a compilation of data for an entire section or department. For example, you can look up the number of National Institutes of Health grants within a department or all grants and contracts for one Principal Investigator (PI).
Grant/Contract Proposal and Award System (GPAS)
Grant/Contract Proposal and Award System (GPAS) is used for looking up detailed information about specific grants or contracts, such as looking up one Principal Investigator’s (PI) grant and/or contract.