Objectives


By the end of this tutorial, participants should gain a working knowledge of:

  1. What Federal regulation outlines the requirement for managing and
    reporting effort.
  2. The risks of non-compliance to PSU and individuals.
  3. What are your responsibilities under PSU’s Effort Certification
    Process.
  4. What is your 100% Total University Effort.
  5. The definition of “committed effort” in sponsored agreements and
    its impact on managing effort.
  6. The frequency of monitoring and certifying your effort.
  7. What constitutes a significant change of effort.
  8. What is suitable means of verification of effort.
  9.  Be able to identify the three
    types of effort related cost share.

 

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