Award management is a collaborative process that engages both your Grant Coordinator and Research Accountant. Generally, Research Accountants handle financial issues while Grant Coordinators handle non-financial issues.
Who Do I Contact?
The table below outlines common award management needs and lists the first point of contact for assistance. If you are unsure, you can reach out to either your grant coordinator or research accountant and they will work together to address your needs.
|What do you need to do?||Who should you contact?|
|Request a project no-cost extension||Grant Coordinator|
|Initiate a subaward or subcontract||Grant Coordinator|
|Initiate a contract and/or contract amendment||Grant Coordinator|
|Submit a project renewal proposal||Grant Coordinator|
|Obtain Financial reporting information||GSURSF|
|Determine approval pathway for budget revision||Grant Coordinator|
|Undertake re-budgeting revision & approval||Grant Coordinator|
|Update accounts with approved budget revisions||Research Accountant|
|Questions about expenditures/invoices/balances||Research Accountant|
|Cost share tracking||Research Accountant|
|Manage additional, new funding||Research Accountant|
|Manage subsequent or incremental funding (granted as part of original award amount)||Research Accountant|
|Award closeout||Research Accountant|
Last updated: 4/23/2021