The archive is only available through Nov 15, 2014. The program is 150 minutes.
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After two years of discussion and debate, the OMB uniform guidance was released on December 26, 2013. The Uniform Guidance consolidates eight OMB circulars into a single document and changes some fundamental concepts underlying the management of sponsored programs. Research administrators across the country have been reading, highlighting, flagging and tagging the regulations, while also trying to determine how the new material applies to our institutions. There has been considerable analysis to date, and this session will target information that universities need to understand about what the Guidance means and how it will affect our current policies and business practices. Is there still effort reporting? Can we buy iPads and laptops? Do we still have title to equipment vested in universities? How do we monitor subrecipients? Do we have to change the way we charge fringe benefits?
The panel will provide current information about interpretations of those questions and many others. This guidance is the single most significant change in research regulations in the last 50 years.
Join the panel for a review of its key elements.
Participants will gain an understanding of the new OMB uniform guidance on sponsored programs administration
Participants will learn how the guidance may change their business practices
Participants will learn what to expect in the next year as a result of this new guidance
, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Wisconsin - Madison
, Director, Office of Sponsored Programs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
, Vice President for Higher Education, Attain
, Assistant Vice President for Research, The University of Alabama
, Director of Costing Policies and Studies, Council on Governmental Relations
Jim Luther, Associate Vice President, Research Costing Compliance, Duke University
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