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SPACE

Surgeons find better ways to treat nerve compression disorder that can sideline athletes

Gut microbes at root of severe malnutrition in kids

WUSTL leaders urge action on sequester threat

Doctor wins NIH prize for ideas to restore vision

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Best Practices / Discussion

Space Survey 2014

space survey 2014 contact information
Space Survey – 2014Contact Information
  • Rebecca Waltman, 286-1057, waltmanr@wustl.edu
  • Keith Van Booven, 362-8146, vanboovk@wustl.edu
  • Carrie Slama, 935-5726, cslama@wustl.edu
  • Chuck Wuensch, 935-5713, charles_wuensch@wustl.edu
space survey 2014 presentation overview
Space Survey – 2014Presentation Overview
  • Effort Planning / Deadlines
  • Changes/New Features in Webspace
  • How the Med School uses the data
    • Review of PI Lab Suite concept
  • Examples
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Space Survey – 2014Schedule
  • Room Splits & Room Inventory - complete by Friday, May 16
  • Survey - complete by Monday, June 16
  • Central Review and Department clean up - complete by mid July
  • Final data for financial reports and space analysis – late July
  • Hands on sessions
    • Thursday, April 17
    • Tuesday, April 29
    • Thursday, May 15
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Space Survey – 2014Workload Planning
  • Research areas (Dry & Wet) / MAIN FOCUS –
    • Investigator Lab Suite (dedicated & % of shared rooms)
    • Occupants (retrospective FY & point in time June 30th, 2014)
    • Funding Sources tied to rooms or Lab Suite
    • IDC % as appropriate to activities
  • Clinical areas – Renewed Effort to provide backup information for Emergency Preparedness
    • PO (manager for space)
    • Occupants (identify if their permanent/only home is in the clinical area)
  • Academic/Administrative areas – Renewed Effort to provide backup information for Emergency Preparedness & Space Planning
    • PO (manager for space)
    • Occupants
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • WebSpace Changes
    • View Employee/Account
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • WebSpace Changes
    • Assignment – change both IC and surveyor at the same time
    • Occupant screen – Current field renamed Currently Occupied
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • WebSpace Changes
    • Survey summary popup
    • Prior year %s on survey screen
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • WebSpace Changes
    • Reporting – filters and prior year (archive) option
    • Print Form enhancements
      • Download to Excel
      • Prepopulate account and occupant information (specify number to display)
    • Delinquent alerts
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • New Room Types
    • 345 – Office Service Corridor Space
    • 358 – Break Room/Kitchenette
  • New Service Room Types
    • 315 – Office Service
    • 325 – Admin Office Service
    • 335 – Faculty Office Service
    • 345 – Office Service Corridor Space
    • 355 – Conference Room Service
  • Unpaid Occupants
    • Occupant with 0 FTE & No payroll in HRMS will now have 1.0 FTE with 84-No Account Function.
      • Anyone with a WUSTL key will be in HRMS and their name will be available in WebSpace. This would include visiting professors.
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • Space Datamart (VERSA/RAPS) Reporting
    • Additional reports-Space Reports
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • Space Datamart (VERSA/RAPS) Reporting
    • Additional reports - Current Space/Inventory Only
    • Additional reports - IDC Function Reports
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • Space Datamart (VERSA/RAPS) Reporting
    • Additional reports – Multiple Year reports
    • Additional reports – Occupant Reports
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • Space Datamart (VERSA/RAPS) Reporting
    • Additional reports – WebFocus Reports
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Space Survey – 2014New This Year
  • Space Datamart (VERSA/RAPS) Reporting
    • DCs and SubDCs in FY12 were given access, new DCs and SubDCs, and any other WebSpace user (Inventory Coordinator, Surveyor, Audit) must request access
    • DCs and SubDCs do not have to specify departments when they submit the form, they are given access based on WebSpace departments
    • Other WebSpace users must specify the department when they submit the form, as do others that are not WebSpace users.
    • Department on the request form means the WebSpace department or sub department
    • Request form available in WebSpace Training Documents and Space Utilization web site
    • https://repsvcs-prod.wustl.edu/ibmcognos/cgi-bin/cognos.cgi
space survey 2014 ssf recharge center
Space Survey – 2014SSF/Recharge Center
  • Specialized service facilities/recharge centers
    • Mark room as recharge on edit screen
    • Payroll funds will be assigned function code 85
    • Rooms will need to be split if the recharge center/SSF activity is not the only activity in the room (also if not the only recharge center in the room)
    • The business manager or center manager should be assigned as PI/PO, not a faculty member
    • Survey will be based on billing data - Cost Analysis will complete the survey
    • Examples of Recharge Centers included in appendix C
  • Animal facilities
    • Space used by departments that is not SSF space will not be assigned to the departments
      • Will be split by PI but not department
      • Departments will not be responsible for inventory or survey
      • Survey will be based on billings
space survey 2014 split rooms
Space Survey – 2014Split Rooms
  • Splitting / Un-splitting a room
    • Rooms can be un-split only during the inventory process in WebSpace
    • If any of the splits on a room have been surveyed, the survey(s) must be dropped for the entire room in order to un-split.
    • Complete room splits by May 16
    • Contact Keith VanBooven or Carrie Slamafor assistance
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Space Survey – 2014Split Rooms
  • What Space Belongs to a PI:
    • Office Space
      • Faculty Office
      • Administrative Office/Workstations
      • Staff/ Student / Computational workstations
    • Lab Space
      • Wet Lab Space:
        • Multiple labs / Multiple occupants / Multiple activities
      • Dry Lab Space
    • % of Service Rooms (research common rooms)- split by Dept / PI based on equipment or headcount or usage
      • Tissue Culture Room
      • Cold Room
      • Dark Room
      • Glass Washing Room
      • Equipment Room
      • Microscope Room
      • Other Lab Service Rooms

Note: Do not include conference rooms, collaborative spaces or break rooms unless assigned 100% to an individual investigator

space survey 2014 service rooms
Space Survey – 2014Service Rooms
  • WebSpace will automatically calculate the survey percentages of a service room by applying a weighted average to all benefiting rooms that have been surveyed.
  • Service Rooms are those rooms that provide support or service to other regular rooms (benefiting room)
  • Rooms will be noted within WebSpace
  • Room Types

254 - Dark Room 315 - Office Service (new this year)

255 - Non-Class Lab Service 325 - Admin Office Service (new this year)

256 - Glass Wash 335 - Faculty Office Service (new this year)

257 - Warm Room 345 - Office Service Corridor Space (new this year)

258 - Cold Room 355 - Conference Room Service (new this year)

259 - Electron Microscope

260 - Cold Room

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Space Survey – 2014Service Rooms
  • Benefiting Rooms are those rooms that benefit or use the services of a service room
    • Examples
      • 250 Non Class Wet Lab
      • 251 Non Class Dry Lab
      • 252 Non Class Electronic Data Processing Laboratory
      • 270 BSL3 Laboratory
      • 271 BSL3 – Ag Laboratory
    • You can attach additional benefiting rooms to a service room at any time and the survey for the service room will be updated.
    • You can remove benefiting rooms at any time and the survey for the service room will be updated.
    • Contact Carrie Slama for assistance with adding or removing rooms.
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Space Survey – 2014Service Rooms
  • Split Service Rooms by Department/PI
    • Service rooms should be split by Dept or PI based on their % of usage in the room
      • For Example - 4 Departments / PI share the Glass Washing Room on the floor, room should be split 4 ways
    • Service rooms should be split by PI based on their % of usage in the room
    • PI/PO for each split should be identified.
      • For Example - 4 PI share the Glass Washing Room on the floor, room should be split 4 ways
  • Occupants are not necessary in Service Rooms
  • Do not include service rooms in clusters
    • A cluster can be a benefiting room for a service room
space survey 2014 purpose
Space Survey – 2014Purpose
  • A Space use survey is the process of assigning functional use categories, such as instruction and organized research, to each room the University owns or leases
  • Space survey (how) vs space inventory (what)
  • The information used for
    • Rent calculations
      • Clinical Space Charge
      • Space Co-op
    • Productivity & utilization metrics
      • MTDC ($s) / NASF (department & investigator)
      • NASF / headcount (department & investigator)
    • Financial statement allocations
    • Back up data for emergency planning
    • Determine room usage for F&A proposal to the federal government – next base year is FY 16
    • Medicare cost reporting (BJC)
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Space Survey – 2014Purpose
  • Space productivity & utilization metric example
space survey 2014 specific issues
Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • “Assignee” Department/”Occupant” Department
    • A room can be ASSIGNED to only ONE department or unit
      • The assignments have loosened over the years and should be checked and cleaned up. If space is ASSIGNED to one department but OCCUPIED by another, it may be prudent to implement a memo of understanding (MOU) to document the loan terms, discuss with your business manager.
      • Spreadsheet distributed with assignee department and occupant department information
      • VERSA/RAPS report – Building – By Room – Occupant Dept & Assignee Dept
    • A room can be OCCUPIED by MULTIPLE departments and investigators
      • If the room is in the laboratory setting (room type 200 series) and shared by multiple investigators, split the room according to the investigator usage
      • If a portion of the split is unoccupied/unused for the entire year, assign this split to the unit business manager and identify as inactive (IDC 93) and check the End of Year status box (EOY) as ‘N’ if anticipated as inactive for next FY.
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Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • Vacant space
    • Should only be coded as inactive (function code 93) if it was vacant the entire year
    • Assign the business manager as PI/PO
    • Note in the comments section if space is being held for a recruit in FY 15
    • Do not split rooms for space inactive for part of the year
    • If the space is expected to be inactive in FY 15, place an ‘N’ in the EOY status field.
    • EOY status flag on the edit screen
      • Default is Y
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Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • Current occupant flag in WebSpace
    • The default is 
    • Uncheck the box if the occupant is not using the space at the end of the year
    • This information is used:
      • For the HEADCOUNT data included in the annual bench research analysis
      • To load occupants for the FY 15 space survey
    • Occupants are not required for all rooms
    • Rooms that are not used as permanent work areas (exam rooms, classrooms, etc)
    • Conference Rooms / Lounge
    • Common Support/Service Rooms (ie: Glass Wash/Dark Room)
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Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • What activities/funding sources are going on in this space?
    • An occupant can be working on multiple activities (funding sources) in a given space
      • For example, a faculty member may use a research lab for organized research & a classroom for instruction
      • Make sure to identify the funding source for the activities in the room (correct fund numbers)
    • Split the room if the occupant’s activities in that room are from multiple funding sources and those funding sources are from either different department, different PI or associated with a recharge center
      • Split by department
      • Split by PI – using funding source of occupants
      • Split recharge center space by % of use
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Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • OSA (other sponsored) activity (function code 83) normally takes place in an office or clinical setting
    • If a wet lab (room type 250) is coded with this function code, verify that OSA activity is in fact occurring in this setting.
    • Verify that the account profile is correct. Contact the Med School Finance Office with any questions.
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Space Survey – 2014Specific Issues
  • FTE
    • Source is the FTE in HRMS
    • Adjusted FTEs
      • If the FTE is 0 in HRMS and the individual was paid, an adjusted FTE will be calculated
      • The FTE will be adjusted for any employee that did not work the entire year using the start and/or end date to calculate an adjusted FTE
      • Occupant with 0 FTE & No payroll in HRMS will now have 1.0 FTE with 84-No Account Function.
  • % Time (in room)
    • 1.0 FTE x 50% time in room = .50
    • 0.5 FTE x 100% time in room = .50
    • Cumulative Time %
    • % Time does not automatically equal % of payroll - do not automatically use copy function
space survey 2014
Space Survey – 2014
  • Appendix A – Service Rooms
  • Appendix B – Survey Instructions
  • Appendix C – Recharge Center List
  • Appendix D - Sources
      • Room Type codes: http://space.wustl.edu/defs.html
      • IDC codes: http://space.wustl.edu/costcodes.html
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

BENEFITING ROOMS

Inventory / Survey

SERVICE ROOMS

Inventory and Attached Room to the appropriate Benefiting Room

* Lab Space can only be clustered if the same occupants and same funding activity is occurring in all the space

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

  • Step 1: Service Rooms should be inventoried in the same manner as any other room.
    • If multiple PIs use the service room, the room should be split by PI
    • No occupants are required for a Service Room, however, you can certainly add them if you wish.
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

  • Step 2: Inventory must be complete for any benefiting room(s) prior to assigning these rooms to a service room.
  • In the example below, the inventory is complete on the 250 Wet Lab & the 257 Warm Room. Also, the warm room is a split room by PI/PO
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Room - Access

  • Step 3: Accessing Service Rooms & assigning the benefiting rooms
    • Only the DC & Sub DC roles will have access to assign the benefiting rooms to a service room. If you only have the Inventory / Surveyor role you will need to contact your Sub DC for your department.
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms - Assigning

  • Step 4: Assigning Benefiting Rooms to Service Rooms after inventory completed
  • Click on the Service Module on the left side of the Home Page of WebSpace. A list of Service rooms will appear.
  • Select the service room or rooms you will be assigning benefiting rooms; click proceed.
  • The Service Room (room# 6620) has been split by PI. Only select the PI split you wish to attach the benefiting rooms (Lab Space) to.
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms - Assigning

  • Step 4: Assigning Benefiting Rooms to Service Rooms after inventory completed
  • A list of benefiting rooms will appear. Select the benefiting rooms you wish to attached to the service room
    • Room# 6619 (250-Non Class Wet Lab) was selected as a Benefiting Room. Note, the PI listed is Sharon Tomiser, which is the same as the Service Room – Room# 6620^01

Select Room

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms - Assigning

  • Step 4: Assigning Benefiting Rooms to Service Rooms after inventory completed
  • The Service Rooms – Room# 6611^01 & 6620^01 will automatically be surveyed when the benefiting room(s)’ survey is completed. Note, the survey status is now complete

The #1 listed under the Service Column is the number of benefiting rooms attached to the service room.

The Benefiting Room is Room# 06619 – Non Class Wet Lab

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

Room# 06611^01 Service Room; 255 – Non Class Lab Service

Room# 06619 Benefiting Room; 250 – Non Class Wet Lab

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

Room# 06620^01 Service Room; 257 – Warm Room

Room# 06619 Benefiting Room; 250 – Non Class Wet Lab

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix A: Service Rooms

  • Do I have to use the service room feature of attaching a benefiting room?
    • It is highly recommended that you use the Service Room feature in WebSpace.
      • Accuracy of the survey.
      • By not using this feature, the system will direct the user straight to the Survey Screen, where functionality can be specified, bypassing the payroll process. If the room is surveyed with the functionality of Organized Research, you will be required to enter the Organized Research account(s) associated with the service room
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

  • The survey process is specific for each room and involves the following steps:
    • Step#1: Viewing payroll distribution for each occupant & identifying which accounts/projects are taking place in each room
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

Occupant #1 has his own funding

If all activities were taking place in this room, split by PI

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

  • Step#2: Specifying the % of time each occupant expends in each room on each activity during the fiscal year
    • What do we know about Occupant #1?
      • Multiple payroll sourcing from 3 different PIs
      • Payroll associated with Principal #1 is only 3%
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

  • Principal #1 only spent 10% of his time in this room working on organized research activities, even though 66% of the pay is on organized research sources. The remaining time spent on organized research activities could be going on in an office or another lab.
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

  • The FTE in this room is .77
    • The occupants of this space are not in this particular room 100% of their time. Their organized research work is done in various other rooms.
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: Survey Process

  • Step#3: Updating Survey with the functional percentage that represent the use of the room for the fiscal year.
    • Functional use percentages must reflect the specific activities performed in each room
    • Arbitrary percentages, such as averages or repeating percentages, are not acceptable

This room will be surveyed at 100% OR

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Space Survey – 2014Appendix B: PI Activity – Complicated Example

  • PI Faculty Office Space could be split in the following manner:
  • For the time spent on federally funded research, the portion of the time working on the grant in the office should be Organized Research IDC 82
  • If there is any time spent on activities associated with a federally sponsored clinical trial, this portion of time should be identified as Other Sponsored Projects IDC 83.  The note on the Finance Website that refers to this coding can be found at http://aladdin.wustl.edu/medadmin/fis/finance.nsf
  • The portion of the time writing grants should be identified as Department Admin IDC 89
  • For the time spent on industry sponsored trials, all portions of the activity should be identified as Clinical, IDC 95
  • For the time spent coordinating and following up on clinical activity in the Emergency Department, the time should be identified as Clinical, IDC 95
  •  The portion of the time spent coordinating training and educational activities of students should be identified as Instruction, IDC 96
  •  The portion of the time spent on their own training grant activities or K Awards should be identified as Org Rsch, IDC 82
  •  The portion of the time spent on various other administrative functions for the Department should be Department Admin, IDC 89
  •  The portion of the time spent on Hospital Administrative activities should be identified as Independent Operations, External, IDC 92
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Space Survey – 2014Appendix C: Recharge Center list
  • Specialized service facilities/recharge centers
    • Specialized service facilities
    • Recharge Centers over $250K
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Space Survey – 2014 Appendix C: Recharge Center list
  • Specialized service facilities/recharge centers
    • Recharge Centers under $250K
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Space Survey – 2014 Appendix D: Sources
  • Room Type codes:
    • http://space.wustl.edu/defs.html
  • IDC codes:
    • http://space.wustl.edu/costcodes.html