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Proposal Budgeting FundamentalsStacy Barca, Amy Grissom, and Martika Jenkins

Objectives:
Cost Principles
Compiling Your Budget
Facilities and Administrative (F&A) Costs
Cost Share
Common Budgeting Concerns & Best Practices
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BOA Prepaid Cards Ben Wright and Brett Kenney

This session will offer an introduction to Bank of America prepaid cards and how they can be used for UNC study subject payments or participant incentives. Note: The new Study Subject Payment account code is 523150.
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Research Playbooks Samantha Thompson and Liz Powell

Learning Objectives:
Background and Overview of Playbooks
Understanding and Using the Playbooks
Introducing New Playbook
Demo of New Playbook
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The Fundamentals of EffortJR Pike

The presenter will provide information on the foundational concepts of effort and effort reporting.
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OnCore DemonstrationChris Mulhern, Jennifer Mead, Christine Smith

A web demonstration of OnCore systems.
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Research Conflict of Interest: Top 10 Things you should know!Joy Bryde and Jennifer Teixeira

Types of Conflict of Interest
Individual – RAMSeS
Organizational
Subaward
SBIR/STTR
Unusual Situations
Common Places to Stumble
Planning for Success
OSR Contact
COI Program Contact
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Best Practices in Clinical TrialsChris Nelson

Learning Objectives:
Describe ways to avoid common pitfalls encountered during study start-up
Determine steps to take to ensure successful clinical trial implementation
Apply best practices to study activities
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Subrecipient or Consultant?Stacy Barca and Dani Burns

Is it a subrecipient or supplier/consultant? Learn how to appropriately classify the legal relationships you enter into with partnering entities.
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RAM Reports UpdateGladys Donkeng, Jenifer Gwaltney, David Paul

This session provides a review of the new tool for the financial management of sponsored projects, RAM Reports. It will also review the recent enhancements and future initiatives.
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Departments and OSR Partnering for SubagreementsBrie Teer and Amy Mabry

This presentation will focus on providing information surrounding the overall process and documentation.
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NDAA Section 889 Compliance OverviewBrian Collier and Judy Faubert

Understand what NDAA Section 889 is, it’s impact to the University, and how to be compliant.
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Budgeting Clinical Trials & Primer on RAMSeS IPFJill Cunnup and Cassandra Barnhart

This session will provide guidance for budgeting a clinical trial and review the sections of the RAMSeS IPF.
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COVID-19 PanelJennifer Teixeira, Brian Bertlshofer, and David Paul

OSR Leadership will share updates on COVID-19’s impact on research and answer pre-submitted questions from the audience.
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Award Closeout & Final Invention StatementsDzenita Blackwell, Amanda Chang, Jim Kelly

This session will focus on Award Closeout process and Final Invention Statements.
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Research Service CentersBrian Bertlshofer

This session will assist in the understanding of the operational context of Research Service Centers (RSC) and key compliance issues related to RSC management at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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Working with Campus Journals in ConnectCarolinaYiwen Wang, Cathi James, Deborah Johnson, Sheri Olson

We will explain types of campus journals, demonstrate how to navigate campus journal matrix and review journal examples, share frequently asked questions.
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Working with IndustryLiz Powell, Joon Cho, and Christine Kinkade

Defining roles and responsibilities in working with industry:
Describe how working with industry differs from other sponsors
Identifying important contract provisions in industry agreements
COVID-19 impacts on industry projects
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OSR Updates & Leadership PanelDavid Paul, Jennifer Teixeira, Brian Bertlshofer, Jen Gwaltney, and Amanda Chang

OSR Leadership will share several updates on current and ongoing projects as well as respond to the panel questions submitted.
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Subagreement Initiation Portal UpdatesStacy Barca and Brie Teer

Learning Objectives:
Recent Changes to Subaward Initiation Portal (SIP)
Amendments vs. Full Agreements
Data Use Agreements
IRB Questions
Additional Funding vs. Carryover
Uploading of Subaward Documents
New Instructions
Best Practice – Use RT Transparency for follow-ups
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Science & Security PanelBrian Collier, Sherry Whitaker, Joy Bryde and Judy Faubert

OSR Leadership will share updates on COVID-19’s impact on research and answer pre-submitted questions from the audience.
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Other Support ToolAmanda Chang

In this session, we will review training on how to use the new tool, who has access and what information you can generate with the tool as well as provide examples on the three sponsor templates available: NIIH, DOD, and NSF.
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Demystifying Invoicing and Financial ReportingRyan Hermreck Learn how award billing is processed through ConnectCarolina and best practices for working with OSR on invoicing and reporting.Presentation
Overview of Export Control Daniel Vick Overview and best practices for Export Control compliance. Presentation
ServiceNow and OSRHelp@unc.eduKatharine Barna, Amanda Chang, Kate Hash Learn about the new ServiceNow portal and how you need to submit your help requests to OSRHelp. Presentation
Updates from OSR Cost Analysis and ComplianceJ.R. Pike, Ben Wright Overview of the recent NSF Audit, team updates for pre-audit and cost accounting and effort teams.Recording | Presentation
Technology Commercialization at UNC Kelly Parsons Learn about technology commercialization at UNC and the office that supports this effort. Presentation
Carolina RAPiDs Amanda Chang, Kyle Mullaney, Sam Thompson Introduction to OSR's new online research administration training system and certificate programRecording
OSR Reports and QueriesJim Kelly, Dan Stroupe Learn how to manage grants accounting by using the OSR reports and queries available to campus.Presentation
Panel Discussion on Foreign Influence Robin Cyr, Brian Collier, David Paul, Judy Faubert Join a panel discussion on concerns regarding inappropriate foreign influence and university research.N/A
IRBIS Updates and Commercial IRB Cassandra Myers Learn about new updates to the IRBIS system and commercial IRBs. Presentation
SBIR/STTR and COIJoy Bryde and Jennifer Teixeira Learn key tips working with SBIR/STTR programs and COI compliance. Presentation
Organizational Conflict of InterestKristen Ryan Learn how to recognize Organizational COI and the process for its review and management at UNC. N/A
Oh No, Not Another Budgeting Session: But Seriously, What Did I Forget?Betty Morgan, Lorrie Robbins Overview of common errors in creating a budget, as well as tips and tricks on avoiding them. Presentation
Other Support Tool Amanda Chang, Mel Jones Learn about the new tool for compiling Other Support (current and pending support). N/A
How to Work with Industry?Joon Cho, Liz Moore Learn tips and best practices for working with industry.Presentation
Subagreement Initiation Portal OverviewBrie Teer, Stacy Barca Learn about the new Subagreement Initiation Portal. Presentation
NIH Prior ApprovalsStacy Barca, Dani Burns Learn how to organize a clear prior approval request to NIH and importance of submitting them in a timely manner. Presentation
The Limited Submission and Award ProcessNathan Blouin, Denise Lindley Overview of limited submissions and the review and approval process for these proposals at UNC. Recording | Presentation
RAM Tracker Dashboard Jennifer Teixeira, John Stephenson Learn about the updated RAM Tracker Transparency Dashboard and future initiatives for this tool. N/A
Principal Investigator TransfersLorrie Robbins 15 minute sessions concentrated on a topic or process. Recording | Presentation
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Agreements 101Liz Thornberry-Moore, Bettina Lampkin: Overview of the types of agreements that OSR recieves, and the central office and campus responsibilities involved.Presentation
Agreements 102Liz Thornberry-Moore, Lorrie Robbins: Overview of negiotiating agreements/contracts, what OSR looks for and common terms to be aware of.Presentation
Ask the Experts: OCT, OHRE and IACUCRebecca Dye, Colleen Fritsche, Cassie Myers, Christine Nelson: Q&A session with leadership from OCT, OHRE and IACUC concerning research.Presentation
Cost SharingStacy Barca, Ryan Hermreck: Overview of what cost share is, the governing regulations, how and when to propose it and how to monitor and report it.Presentation
Just-in-Time: Concepts and ReviewKim Jones, Jim Kenny: Sponsored Programs Office provides information on Just-in-Time submissions for NIH.Presentation
OSR Leadership ForumOSR Leadership: Overview of different units within OSR and their responsibilities, along with pre-determined questions and answers from campus.Presentation
Primer on Closeout of AwardsSponsored Project Accountants: Overview of what OSR needs for closing an award and how campus can help.Presentation
Subawards - The Big PictureJennifer MnGinnis, Elisabeth Rogers, Diana Stanley: An overview of what material is needed for subagreements and UNC's process.Presentation
Subrecipient vs. VendorMegan Tirpak: Understanding the difference between Subrecipients and Vendors and how to proceed when you have them.Presentation
A Summary of Conflict of InterestJoy Bryde, Kristen Ryan: Overview of Conflict of Interest Program, the types of research conflict that exisit, how to spot them and what do if you do.Presentation
Understanding the Clinical Trial ProcessAndrea Eiring, Marybeth Lavrakas, Christine Nelson: Overview of the Clinical Trial process at UNC and resources when working with clinical trials.Presentation
What is a Proposal & How do I get started?Betty Morgan, Lorrie Robbins: Overview of types and main components of proposals, as well as OSR's expections for proposals. Presentation
Mini Sessions
ConnectCarolina: Finding, Understanding & Resolving ErrorsKatharine Barna, Chris Minter: Commons errors you may see when working in ConnectCarolina, what they mean, and how to resolve them.Presentation
Finance: P-Card Updates & Liquidating EncumbrancesBrett Kenny, Ben Wright: Overview of release of prepaid cards and how to use them for sponsored research.Presentation
RAM Tracker Transparency OverviewBrian Collier, John Stephenson: Introduction to the RAM Tracker Transparency initiative.N/A
Reporting with Confidence & EaseRoss Babinec, Tonya Watkins: Tools on monitoring and reconciling expenditures using Excel and other tools for financial reports on sponsored projects.Presentation
OSR Website UpdatesAmanda Chang, Samantha Thompson, Megan Tirpak: Introduction to the revised OSR website, updates to be aware and navigating the new layout.N/A
Overview from the Office of Research DevelopmentAlexia Kelley: Overivew of Research Development's responsibilities in sponsored research and the resources they provide to campus.Presentation
Using Grants.gov WorkspaceSarah Hamilton, Scott Young: Introduction to the new Grants.gov Workspace system and how this impacts sponsored research at UNC.Presentation
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Ask the Experts PanelLeadership: Leadership within research offices provided answers to pre-determined questions.Presentation
Budgeting EssentialsKati Chipps, Debbie Sanabaria: Overview of guidelines for bugeting and highlights considerations for creating a budget.Presentation
Clinical Trials at UNCChristine Nelson: Overview of Office of Clinical Trials, their responsibilities and process for clinical trial research.Presentation
Closeout ManagementJenifer Gwaltney, Dzenita Blackwell: Updates on the closeout progress by OSR, their process and what campus can do to assist in the clseout process.Presentation
ConnectCarolina for Contracts & GrantsCelia Gravely, Patrick Amihere: Overview of ConnectCarolina and the financial management and reporting for research within the system.Presentation
OSR UpdatesOSR Leadership: Updates from each OSR unit, including process changes, policy revisions, guidance and tools and upcoming changes for Research Administration at UNC.Presentation
Subrecipient ManagementStacy Barca, Lance Underwood, Ben Wright: Understanding what subrecipient management is and the guidelines that outline the requirements and expectations for management. Presentation
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2016 Symposium BrochureEvent Program from the 3rd Annual Symposium for Research Administrators. The New Research Environment: A Unified Campus Collaborative. Overview of event schedule, session topics, and venue details.Brochure
Key Queries in ConnectCarolina and InfoPorteSusan McDonough, Celia Gravely: Key Queries You Should Know in ConnectCarolina and InfoPorte systems. How to find open requisitions, purchase order and voucher statuses, and more. Presentation
Useful Reports Handout
An Overview in Research ComplianceRobin Cyr: Review the various offices that comprise UNC's Research Compliance Program, their roles and main points of contact. In addition, the presentation includes the future vision for UNC's Research Compliance Program. Presentation
Budgeting for ProposalsJohn Sites: Session addresses how to gather information needed to prepare and develop a proposal budget. Presentation discusses the sponsor solicitation, applicable guidance and policies, discuss the budget development process, and introduce a budgeting tool under development by OSR. Presentation
Critical Thinking through the Lifecycle of a Sponsored ProjectKati Chipps, Lori Slack: Presenters share techniques for having crucial conversations with investigators and OSR as it relates to sponsored projects. What are the key questions administrators should be asking?Presentation
Cost Transfer PolicyMartha Martin, Sarah Van Heusen: Details on defining cost transfers, documentation requirements, justification examples, and more.Presentation
An Overview of the UNC-CH Research IT LandscapeJohn Stephenson: Presenters provide insight into the various systems that may be used during the life of a sponsored project, and how they may (or may not) talk to each other. Presentation
An Exercise in EffortBrian Bertlshofer, Aja Saylor: Presenters touch on all things related to effort - including; UNC's minimum effort policy, effort vs. salary support, as well as tracking and management of effort in ecert. Presentation
Cost Sharing: Putting the Pieces TogetherKaren Mansfield, Tracey Conrad: Presenters review all aspects and implications of cost sharing in relation to sponsored projects. Presentation
Impending Policy ChangesRobin Cyr, Sarah Smith: Presenters highlight federal, state legislative, and UNC-GA policy changes proposed for the upcoming fiscal year. Presentation
Preparing for Project CloseoutKevin Cook, Ryan Hermreck: Presenters address what you should do to prepare for closeout and ensure a clean and easy end to a sponsored project. Presentation
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Grant Reporting in InfoporteNicole Sebik: Learn what resources are available to manage grant information through InfoPorte’s OSR Ledger Rollup as well as through the Transactions tab for OSR budget and expenses. Learn how you can use the Grant Profile tab to see detailed information on the project and award and how SAS reporting can be utilized for detailed account expenditure information.Presentation
Uniform Guidance: Key points of the UNC Implementation Sharon Brooks, Robin Cyr: New guidance in the management of federal funds went into effect late last year. You’ve likely heard about 2 CFR Part 200 (at OSR Quarterly Forums) and perhaps even read about it (in OSR Newsletters). Topics for discussion will include direct costing, prior approval, indirect cost (F&A), subrecipient monitoring, and reporting changes. Join us to get into the weeds with these new regulations and understand when they are applied to your federal fundingPresentation
Conflict of InterestJoy Byrde: As research administrators, you play an important role in the Conflict of Interest process both at the individual and institutional level. In this session, you will get an overview of the federal requirements
and tips on being proactive in getting COI disclosures and training completed in a timely fashion for
your grants.
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eIPF as a Compliance ToolLaurie Henry: The top ten things to know for successful pre-award submission.Presentation
F&A Rate OverviewBrian Bertlshofer: Overview of the Facilities and Administrative (F&A) rate proposal development process including definitions, indirect vs. direct costs and grouping in pools and bases, rate calculations, and the rate negotiation process with the Federal Government. The presentation will also discuss UNC-CH’s F&A waiver policy.Presentation
NIH Compliance: Public Access Policy & BiosketchBarrie Hayes: This session will cover the NIH Public Access Policy and compliance requirements, including a tour of the bibliography management and compliance monitoring functions in My NCBI. This session will also introduce the new NIH Biographical Sketch format requirements effective for NIH and AHRQ grant applications submitted as of May 25, 2015. This class will include a walk-through of the logistical steps in My NCBI for 1) NIH Policy compliance and 2) preparing a bibliography with a public link for addition to the new Biosketch.Presentation
Subrecipient Assessment and Monitoring - It Takes a VillageSharon Brooks, Robin Cyr: Given the enhanced language in the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR Part 200) related to the oversight of subrecipient
relationships, Each of us, including the PIs, as we are involved in the life cycle of these funding relationships will have a role in helping to ensure that the external parties are providing the level of stewardship and responsibility that is expected in the management of sponsored funds as a partner to UNC.
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Grant Transactions: Preparing and Tracking Voucher and Journal Entries in ConnectCarolinaSusan McDonough: Most transactions go through 5 basic steps in the ConnectCarolina. Learn more about these steps and what to
watch for from the perspective of a grant. For example, budget checking/errors; payment posting; document and approval requirements; budget versus actuals. This session will help you better navigate in ConnectCarolina and how to follow the lifecycle of a transaction through the system.
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Cost Transfer Policy:
Policy 500.20 Cost Transfers
Vanessa Peoples: In response to the Office of the Inspector General Audit findings, the Cost Transfer policy and procedure have been updated. This overview will provide information about timeliness and documentation requirements as well as the need for proper allocability, allowability, and reasonableness when justifying a cost transfer.
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Audits and Reviews - Who is Looking, Lessons Learned and How Can We be PreparedSharon Brook, Robin Cyr: Join us to take a peek at recent audits of sponsored programs activities and what actual findings can tell us. We will share the 'hot topics' that are getting attention and what we need to do as a community to be prepared when our time(s) comes. We will also spend time discussing the various responsibilities in meeting the requests of the auditors and the involvement of central OSR in these engagements.Presentation
Grants Budgeting 101Kathryn Calderone, Anne Skilton: During this 2-Part interactive workshop, the instructors will review budgeting requirements unique to the world of sponsored projects. We will offer insights into the budget planning process, including determining direct costs, indirect costs, and cost-sharing. Participants will also learn about budgeting for patient care costs, participant support costs, consultants, and sub-awards. Presentation
Project Closeout - The Last Step in Meeting Compliance RequirementsJenifer Gwaltney: Join us for a discussion on the collaborative steps that need to take place in order to provide timely and accurate financial invoices and reports to the sponsors. We will take a look at the NOTR and provide tips and tools that should be used in this process. We will discuss our challenges and our obligations in this last step in ensuring compliance with project terms and conditions.Presentation
Effort ReportingBrian Bertlshofer: Learn why effort reporting is necessary for individuals paid on sponsored agreements and some of the biggest issues
associated with effort reporting. The presentation will introduce the updated ecrt effort certification software and will discuss updates to UNC-CH’s effort reporting policies.
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Cost Share from Pre-Award to CloseoutBridget H Poole, Brian Collier: This session will speak to these questions and when a cost share commitment comes to be - pre-award to closeout. Discussions on how to proactively and properly manage, track, and report these commitments will be included. We will also visit the UNC Policy Statement on Cost Share, spend some time in CC regarding the tracking of cost-share, as well as define the criteria and types of costs
that represent valid cost-share dollars.
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Research Service Centers Brian Bertlshofer: This session will assist in the understanding of the operational context of RSCs and key compliance issues related to
RSC management. Attendees will gain an understanding of available references and guidance, establishing an RSC, developing RSC recharge rates, working with external customers, and the roles and responsibilities for RSC management
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National Science Foundation OverviewMarcia Margotta, Missy Wood: This workshop will provide an overview of the NSF and Fastlane proposal submission process. Participants will learn how to prepare NSF proposals for submission in Fastlane from a departmental perspective. In addition, participants will be given tips concerning common compliance checks from the OSR Pre-Award review perspective.Presentation
Finding Efficiencies in Project ID Set-UpSarah Van Heusen, Megan Marie Tirpak: We will visit the negotiation processes with special mention of the terms/conditions and clauses that UNC cannot accept as a State agency. This session will also highlight research and animal subject protocols, financial conflicts of interest, and subaward documentation steps. Numerous compliance topics are addressed in this stage of the project life cycle, so ‘getting out of the gate’ toward Project ID set-up, will take all of us working together as efficiently as we can.Presentation
Round Table TopicsException Letter, FAR Clauses, Publication RestrictionsException Letter Example

FAR Clauses

Publication Restrictions
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OMB Circular A-81The Super-Circular is coming aka OMB Circular A-81OMB Circular A-81
Subrecipient Monitoring and YouMegan Tirpak, Justo Torres: This session will explore the foundations of Subrecipient Monitoring and provide a brief overview of the management process here at UNC-CH. Agreements with 2nd Tier recipients are a large contingent of the research portfolio. They also represent one of the larger risk areas in Research Administration. Covered topics will include; Subrecipient Monitoring through the life-cycle of a project, departmental and central office involvement in the monitoring process, and instructional audit findings related to Subrecipient Monitoring.Sup Recipient Monitoring and You
Conflict of InterestJoy Bryde: As research administrators you play an important role in the Conflict of Interest process both at the individual and institutional levels. In this session, you will get a snapshot of the requirements – the who, what, when, how many, and why of disclosures and as well as the training requirements. Conflict of Interest
Cost AccountingLiz Thornberry, Tracey Lemming: Do you ever wonder why you get questions about charges expensed on your research accounts? Cost Accounting Standards are guidelines to determine what are reasonable, allocable, and allowable expenses using research funds. As the central office for research, OSR is required to post-audit transactions to ensure these cost principles are being followed. This presentation will explore these guidelines in detail so that you can determine if charges are reasonable, allocable, and allowable before they are expensed.Cost Accounting Standards and how they affect Research Administration
Pre-Award UpdatesMartha Martin, Tania Osborn: An update on OSR Pre Award Services including: new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) designed to make your life easier… ahhh; the latest in rules and regulations from our top funding agencies and Pre Award Resources – how to find what you need, fast!N/A
Contracts in a NutshellDiane Koltz, Angela Smolik: Seems like you need a contract for everything, doesn’t it. We will provide an overview of the different types of agreements and the necessity for each.Contracts in a Nutshell
Prior Approval RequestsJusto Torres: This session will cover the conditions under which prior approval is required, the mechanics of requesting prior approval through OSR, and the authority granted for project changes under the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) and Expanded Authority.Prior Approval Request
Managing Award CloseoutsVanessa Peoples, Jen Gwaltney: A smooth and thorough closeout of a sponsored award is essential as it is the last step to ensure all sponsor requirements have been met. The session will provide an opportunity to discuss best practices when completing a closeout.Managing Award Closeouts
Managing International ProjectsJoni Bowing: Do you sometimes wonder what your colleagues in Chapel Hill are doing? Imagine those colleagues being located in more than 35 countries and trying to monitor all the staffing and finances from start to finish. MEASURE Evaluation is an international health monitoring and evaluation project. It is the largest UNC research project on campus. In this session, we will learn how to work through different time zones; monitor employees, consultants and sub-recipients from afar; and tips for communication and cultural challenges. Managing International Projects
Effort ReportingChris Lawless: Learn why effort reporting is necessary for individuals paid on sponsored agreements and some of the biggest issues associated with effort reporting. Effort Reporting
Necessity for Congruency on the Grant Application for IACUCRussell Hermans, Charlotte Coley: IACUC compliance means ensuring animal activity in the grant application has been approved in an IACUC protocol before an award is funded; learn what you can do to expedite the process. IRB compliance means ensuring human subject participation in the grant application has been approved in an OHRE – IRB protocol before an award is funded; learn what you can do to expedite the process. IACUC Protocols
Necessity for Congruency on the Grant Application for IRB ProtocolsRussell Hermans, Charlotte Coley: IACUC compliance means ensuring animal activity in the grant application has been approved in an IACUC protocol before an award is funded; learn what you can do to expedite the process. IRB compliance means ensuring human subject participation in the grant application has been approved in an OHRE – IRB protocol before an award is funded; learn what you can do to expedite the process. IRB Protocols
FAR ContractsJusto Torres: This session will outline the structure and purpose of the FAR and its role in federally-contracted research. Additionally, this session will discuss FAR and non-FAR based contract terms that are difficult for UNC to accept, as well as explore alternates to those terms. FAR and Other troublesome clauses
Research Service CentersBrian Bertlshofer: This session will assist in the understanding of the operational context of RSCs and key compliance issues related to RSC management. Attendees will gain an understanding of available references and guidance, establishing an RSC, developing RSC recharge rates, working with external customers, and the roles and responsibilities for RSC management.Research Service Center
Audit Issues - Internal Audit materialsPhyllis Petree, Vanessa Peoples, Janet Rupert: When working with research dollars you will discover it is prudent to think like an auditor, because it is never a question of if there will be an audit, it’s only a question of when. Find out more about Internal Audit’s role within the university and the areas of compliance they have been focusing over the past year as well as what they will be focusing on in the coming year. Now having completed the Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit, OSR and Disbursement Services will share OIGs findings and report on areas of internal controls the university must address.Audit issues Internal Audit
Audit Issues - Office of Sponsored Research materialsPhyllis Petree, Vanessa Peoples, Janet Rupert: When working with research dollars you will discover it is prudent to think like an auditor, because it is never a question of if there will be an audit, it’s only a question of when. Find out more about Internal Audit’s role within the university and the areas of compliance they have been focusing over the past year as well as what they will be focusing on in the coming year. Now having completed the Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit, OSR and Disbursement Services will share OIGs findings and report on areas of internal controls the university must address.OSR Audit Issues
Audit Issues - Asset Management materialsPhyllis Petree, Vanessa Peoples, Janet Rupert: When working with research dollars you will discover it is prudent to think like an auditor, because it is never a question of if there will be an audit, it’s only a question of when. Find out more about Internal Audit’s role within the university and the areas of compliance they have been focusing over the past year as well as what they will be focusing on in the coming year. Now having completed the Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit, OSR and Disbursement Services will share OIGs findings and report on areas of internal controls the university must address.Asset Management
Research Resources - Office of Research Development materialsRegina Bartolone, Kelly Parsons: ORD is in the business of connecting faculty’s ideas with funding trends and opportunities; find out how they can help you. OTD takes a researcher’s innovation to the next level by evaluating, patenting, licensing and networking with corporate sponsors; find out how they can help facilitate translation of new discoveries into the marketplace.ORD Materials