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Pre-Award / Budgeting
Are you ready to start building your sponsored project or idea, but don’t know what and how much to ask for? If preparing a budget for your grant or contract is daunting for you, come learn the basic elements of how to draft a project budget with confidence.
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How to Manage a Financially Focused University Research Audit Effectively
This new comprehensive publication covers all aspects of the audit process from the pre-award preparation, notification, roles and responsibilities, scope, entrance conference, field work, exit conference, final report, to audit resolution and follow-up. NOTE: To purchase this downloadable publication click the “Register” button
A Primer on Subawards Under Federal Assistance Awards
Explore an overview of the complex process of Subawards under Federal Assistance. Become familiar with important concepts in drafting and negotiation through subaward review and potential pitfalls. As a primer, it is intended for those new to the topic, or those who have had limited exposure.
A Primer on Intellectual Property in Research Agreements
This course is designed for university personnel working in contracts and grants, sponsored research and technology transfer offices. It provides a broad introduction to the basics of intellectual property.
A Primer on Federal Contracting
Federal contracts are very different from federal grants. This tutorial focuses on contracting with the federal government through understanding the contracting process, regulations and negotiation and risks. As a primer, it is intended for those new to the topic, or those who have had limited exposure.
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