This program is intended for staff who are new to sponsored projects or have very little experience in sponsored projects ("research") administration. It will provide a big picture overview of the sponsored project enterprise at the UM. Participants will receive an overview of the University offices and departments responsible for Research Administration and their relationship to the unit administrator. Participants will also learn what occurs at different stages in the life cycle of a sponsored project, including procedures for proposal development and submission, filling out the PAF, award acceptance, project initiation and more.
Purpose: To give an overview of the guidelines and fundamentals of handling Federal Projects within the University
Description: Participants will gain awareness of the various aspects of administering Federal Projects. Discussion includes the opening of Project/Grants, concepts of cost sharing, indirect costs, cost accounting standards, A-21 monitoring, hardships, cost transfers, statement of activity and project budget report review.
This program provides a detailed explanation of how the University applies OMB-Circular A-21 principles to expenditure activity on Federally Sponsored Projects. Participants will gain awareness of how A-21 affects project proposals, post award re-budgeting and the A-21 expenditure review process.
Purpose: This course is designed for all staff assigned with fiscal responsibilities at the University of Michigan. You will receive an overview of the federal government's OMB Circular A-21 regulations for Cost Accounting Standards and the policies for compliance at the University of Michigan. The Cost Accounting Standards and the Policy on Indirect Cost Recovery Excluded (ICRX) Expenditures apply to ALL university expenditures.
This instructor led training course combines the courses on proposal preparation and unit review, and will prepare project team members and individuals who create & review (or facilitate the review) of proposals in the eResearch Proposal Management (eRPM) system by:
This program is intended for less experienced research administrators and faculty who have responsibility for developing budgets for sponsored projects proposals and is valuable to those who have post-award financial responsibilities as well. Some familiarity with Excel is recommended.
Topics covered in this program are:
Participants will also practice by developing a mock budget as part of this class.
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