Grant Accountants in Contracts and Grants have specific department(s) for which they are responsible. Most of the post-award financial management issues for which departments are responsible thus have a single point of contact which maximizes the effectiveness and efficiency of the post award function.
UF’s Contracts and Grants Accounting Services (C&G) has several teams that provide post award financial support. Questions or inquiries concerning project set-up, allowability of costs, billing, accounts receivable, financial reporting, cost sharing, and closeouts should be addressed to the C&G team member assigned to your units portfolio.
The University of Florida is committed to supporting efficient and compliant award management. It is a shared responsibility of the PI, department, college and core offices to ensure understanding of award conditions and University policies, meet sponsor expectations for deliverables, prior approvals, financial controls and reporting requirements.
The Office of Contracts and Grants Accounting Services works closely with the DSP Outgoing Subaward Team, Principal Investigators, their staff and the subrecipient’s staff on all new or modified subawards.
Sponsored Projects Roles and Responsibilities
At the University of Florida administration of Sponsored Programs is a team effort. All individuals and offices involved in sponsored programs should take personal responsibility for their actions in pursuit of individual and organizational excellence. Each individual should uphold the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct in accordance with University, sponsor, state, and federal policies and regulations.
Sponsored Programs Roles and Responsibilities – By Function