Compensation Compliance Under Uniform Guidance – Where Are We Now?

(90 minutes) 2 CFR 200 went into effect on December 26, 2014 removing the long-standing examples of how to meet the after-the-fact review requirement to ensure salary estimates and interim charges are reasonable for the work that was performed.  Of those previous examples included in A-21, Effort Reporting was the methodology that was implemented by most institutions despite the significant drawbacks.  Even with the publication of the UG and the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) Payroll Certification pilots, many institutions hesitated to move away from Effort Reporting to a more simplified method to meet the after-the-fact review requirement.  This webinar will focus on the compensation requirements outlined in the Uniform Guidance 200.430, provide an overview of the Internal Control Framework for compensation compliance, highlight schools who have made the transition to an alternative to effort reporting, and provide an update on any UG changes that may impact this federal requirement. 

Prerequisites: Familiarity with the 2 CFR 200 Uniform Guidance Desk Reference is recommended. 

David Ngo, Associate Provost, New School
Lisa Mosley, Executive Director, Office of Sponsored Projects, Yale University

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Member Price: $105.00
Non-Member Price: $125.00

Participants will gain an understanding of:

  1. Federal requirements for compensation compliance and the difference between salary estimates, interim charges and expenses
  2. Differences between traditional effort reporting and payroll confirmation
  3. Elements of an Internal Control Framework for compensation compliance
  4. Examples of schools who have transitioned from the Effort Reporting methodology

David Ngo

Associate Provost

The New School

Lisa Mosely

Executive Director, Office of Sponsored Projects

Yale University

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