WSU Research Administration Series: Research Administration Update . Nancy Shrope, OGRD Kim Small, Sponsored Programs Heather Lopez, Internal Audit September 20, 2013. Recording date of this workshop is September 20, 2013
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Nancy Shrope, OGRD
Kim Small, Sponsored Programs
Heather Lopez, Internal Audit
September 20, 2013
September 20, 2013
Some of the rules and procedures discussed in this workshop are subject to change.
Please check university resources
before relying exclusively
on this recorded presentation.
This 13 part series is designed for those employees that have sponsored management responsibilities to gain a better understanding of what research administration is made up of - the pre-award and post-award processes, requirements and compliance from A to Z.
Sponsored Programs Services (SPS)
Assist Faculty and Graduate Students to Obtain Extra Mural Funding
Identify & Disseminate Funding Opportunities
Proposal Management Unit (PMU)
Graduate Student Support
Proposal Development Resource e-LibraryOutreach & Collaboration Building Activities
Review and Authorize Proposals and Awards
Prepare, Negotiate & Execute Agreements & Contracts
Certify and assure university adherence to governmental policies
Monitor and report sponsored project activity
Advise faculty, staff & graduate students on these functions & activities
Reporting is HUGE
(Training provided: contact Derek Brown for dates)
Hot Issues -
Reminder - Sign up for the WSU Research Admin list serve. Contact Derek Brown to signed up.
On February 1, 2013, the Office of Management and Budget released a notice of proposed guidelines entitled:
Proposed Uniform Guidance: Cost Principles, Audit, and Administrative Requirements for Federal Awards
The proposal, also being referred to as “The Super Circular”, combines the multiple Federal regulations that currently govern the way we administer grants into a single, comprehensive and streamlined uniform policy guide.