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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Brown Bag Session Sep. 9, 2009. Q & A. ARRA REPORTING TEAM MEMBERS. OCGA: Lynelle, Pamela SIO: Nancy Wilson Subcontracts: Linda Collins, Steve Carter and Bob Beiner Health Science: Andrea Rollins
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Q & A
Current Program codeARRA Program
Instruction 400000 400005
Research 440000 440005
Stipend – Undergraduate 770030 770005
Fees - Undergraduate 770050 770015
Stipend – Graduate 780030 780035
Fees - Graduate 780050 780055
Public Service 620000 620005
Stdt Social & Cult Activities 682000 682095
Academic Support 430000 430005
Construction 960000 960005
SUBJECT: ARRA Award Notice
On behalf of UC San Diego, we would like to extend our sincere congratulations to you on your success in being awarded funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Through our campus’s collective efforts, we have already secured more than $50M, enabling UCSD to play a significant role in this important economic stimulus program.
All recipients of ARRA funding are being reminded of the President’s commitment to ensuring that public funds are expended responsibly and in a transparent manner, as mandated by Congress. UC San Diego will publish quarterly reports summarizing the use of ARRA funds. As a recipient of ARRA funds, portions of each quarterly report will be your responsibility as a PI. You will receive guidance soon on how to prepare these reports. Final submission of all of UCSD’s ARRA-sponsored research must be received by the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) by the tenth day of each month following the last day of the quarter summarized in the report. Since the first such quarter ends September 30, 2009, the first report will be due October 5, 2009.
We should note that failure to meet the reporting requirement may result in actions by the sponsoring agency to ensure compliance, including withholding funds and terminating the award.
Congratulations again on your award, and thank you for your cooperation in carrying out its rigorous reporting requirements.
Arthur B. Ellis Steven W. Relyea
Vice Chancellor – Research Vice Chancellor –
External and Business Affairs
AA: $20 mil (55 Proposals Awarded)
MS: $15 mil (19 Proposals Awarded)
Initial reports are due October 10.
Reporting is cumulative from enactment of the Recovery Act.
How will recipients report?
Report via www.FederalReporting.gov by ARRA Central Reporting Team
Can Section 1512 reporting be combined with existing Federal reporting requirements?
No, www.FederalReporting.gov is exclusively for Section 1512
FTE = Total hours worked in jobs created or retained
Number of hours in the full-time schedule.