Senior departmental and center administrators at large research intensive institutions operate in a complex financial environment that involves the management of a variety of funding sources. The management of these funds is complicated by today’s ever-changing economic landscape and by the nature of the funding sources themselves, some being
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Grant Tracking Spreadsheets are widely used by administrators of nonprofits, independent research institutes, colleges, and departments within large, research intensive universities to keep up with the overall grant funding of their organization. They are easy to set up and offer numerous options for maintaining information in tabular formats.
It’s common for research administrators to have questions about grant management regulations. For example, what’s the difference between a “should” and a “must” when it comes to internal controls? How does an effective date apply to indirect cost rates? Does your existing equipment inventory system meet mandates? These are some of the questions,
The current state of U.S. research funding has been in the news lately, and we’ve taken note. In the work we do, we know that our nation’s researchers rely on Federal research grant funding to conduct innovative research, fuel medical breakthroughs and drive advances in technologic innovation. Academic research is a major reason the United
Look, Other Support Pages created at the click of a button. Applause immediately follows. Few other parts of our grants management system demonstrations have demonstrated as much excitement on a regular basis as the quick and easy generation of other support pages. Why the excitement? It’s because for those who live in the world of NIH grant