Personnel Costs

Salaries and fringe benefits generally consist of the largest portion of total direct charges to sponsors. Salaries are generally charged in proportion to the effort expended on the sponsored project. Some federal sponsors limit the amount of salary or rate that can be requested e.g., the National Institutes of Health (NIH) imposes a cap on the salary that can be charged to their awards.  All personnel costs charged to sponsored awards must comply with University policy, as well as with any specific sponsor requirements and federal and state laws and regulations.


Additional Pay

Guidance for Additional Pay on Sponsored Funds Responsible Offices: Sponsored Projects Accounting/Office of Sponsored Research Services Effective Date: […]

Administrative & Clerical Salaries

Administrative & Clerical Salaries on Sponsored Funds Responsible Offices: Sponsored Projects Accounting & Office of Sponsored Research Services […]

Consultant Policy

Purpose This policy statement sets forth guidelines which implement the regulations of sponsoring agencies concerning the procurement of […]

Effort Reporting

Effort Reporting Policies and Procedures Responsible Office: Sponsored Projects Accounting Effective Date: March 2017 PDF version: Effort Reporting […]

Guidelines for Allocations and Extended Sourcing

Sponsored Projects Accounting (SPA) is responsible for the account set-up process for sponsored funds in FIS and that […]

NIH Salary Cap

NIH Salary Cap for Federal Fiscal Year 2021 Responsible Office: Sponsored Projects Accounting Effective Date: February 2021 PDF […]

Principal Investigator Salary Authorization

Policy On an annual basis, Principal Investigators (PIs) are required to authorize, in writing, the monthly salaries and […]

Sabbatical and Leave of Absence

Guidance for Sabbatical and Leave of Absence on Sponsored Projects Responsible Offices: Sponsored Projects Accounting/Associate Vice Chancellor for […]