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A sponsored award (a category including grants and contracts) is the transfer of funds from a sponsor to an institution to carry out specific activities that align with sponsor’s mission or interests. Sponsors typically provide such funding on the basis of a specific project or research plan and budget, for a specified period of time, with funds unused at the expiration of the time period often reverting to the sponsor. Central Post-Award works with Local Research Administrators and investigators on financial management of sponsored awards. These resources will orient you to post-award financial management.

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The Labor Distribution System

The Labor Distribution System offers an online way to set up preplanned labor distribution for faculty, staff, and postdocs. Learn how to use it in this brief video.

Travel on Sponsored Projects

In this short overview, learn how to apply relevant laws, regulations, and policies to travel charged to sponsored awards.

Expense Transfer

A cost transfer, also known as an expense transfer, is an after-the-fact reallocation of the cost associated with a transaction from one account to another account(s) and may involve a sponsored award or a DeptID. Learn more about this process in this brief overview.