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This manual represents expectations for providing faculty support for sponsored project post-award management in the University of Michigan Medical School. It is designed to serve the sponsored project post-award community and is based on the utilization of standardized procurement and the Real-Time Financials (RTF) toolkit which is endorsed by the Medical School for sponsored project management, analysis & reporting.
The primary goal of research administrators is to support faculty in the pursuit and conduct of research. In this manual you will find Medical School post-award policies, procedures, best-practices and resources as well as information about streamlined post-award processes that integrate the concepts of exception-based reconciliation and a paperless environment by leveraging:
The primary goal is to provide Single Administrative Point of Contact (SAPOC) and other research administrators resources for effective faculty support through accurate management of projects and funds throughout the following stages of the project grant lifecycle:
The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP) enables and safeguards the conduct of research and other sponsored activity for the University of Michigan. ORSP applies specialized regulatory, statutory and organizational knowledge in a timely and professional manner in order to balance the university's mission, the sponsor's objectives, and the investigator's intellectual pursuits.
Sponsored Programs manages the financial post-award activities of the University of Michigan's research enterprise and other sponsored activities to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws as well as sponsor regulations.
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