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New! Personnel Effort Distribution Report available for you! When you want to see how much money and effort is allocated to your students & staff, check out the new EDR report. This shows quarter-to-date earnings in a PAR-like format, and … Continue reading →
Federal F&A Cost Study Information Sessions October 9, 2013 Why will my understanding of “F & A Costs” benefit my department or the University of Utah? The direct costs of research must be supplemented to reimburse the institution for the … Continue reading →
PAM Update-Sponsored Research Award Closeouts, Billings and Accounts Receivable The Project Administration and Management (“PAM”) initiative has been implemented on campus. Huron Consultants continue their help with certain aspects of our day-to-day Grants and Contracts (“GCA”) operations and administration. The … Continue reading →
Posted April 24, 2013 in Newsletter and tagged internal controls, personal funds, procurement, regulations, training.
New Regulations Governing Expenditures & Reimbursements New Policy 3-010, Expenditure of University Funds & Personal Reimbursements, and Rule 3-010A Expenditure and Reimbursement Requirements, have been approved by the Board of Trustees. Campus departments should communicate new policy requirement to their … Continue reading →
Posted December 1, 2012 in Newsletter and tagged effort distribution, financial statements, PAM, payroll encumbrance.
PAM is underway The University’s executive leadership supports Project Administration and Management (PAM). PAM goals are: Providing high quality support to researchers Facilitating and enabling the growth of research Evoking a culture of compliance, and Providing timely and accurate data … Continue reading →
Posted August 19, 2012 in Newsletter and tagged effort distribution, internal controls, PAM, payroll encumbrance.
Internal Controls Thank you to those who attended my Internal Control Overview presentation at the Academic Leaders lunch. We covered responsibilities, what can go wrong, cost/benefit, examples, tools & statistics. If you weren’t able to attend, I’m happy to give … Continue reading →