Annual ecrt Outage will take place from Thursday, June 30th at 4:00pm until Thursday, July 21st at 10:00am. This includes the annual load of certifier file on July 1, 2022. Please enter appointment changes by July 1.
If you have any questions, please contact Judy Lo, Associate Director of Cost Analysis and Compliance.
NIH has long collected self-designated demographic information on scientists designated as Principal Investigators (PIs) or Key Personnel and used this information to gain insights into the NIH-supported biomedical research workforce. Although the trend toward reduction of the NIH funding gap is gratifying, significant work remains before the NIH realizes a truly diverse scientific workforce representative of our nation. For more details, refer to the... Read more about Research Project Grant Funding Rates & PI Race and Ethnicity
SPA, OSP, and department staff meet quarterly to discuss the medium-to-high risk items on the Post-Award Metrics, a customized report ran monthly to quantify and provide visibility into potential financial risks for the School. In hopes of creating greater consistency with the PAM meetings and SPA highlights, we are sharing the schedule for FY23 Q1 and Q2.
Prior to the meetings, SPA highlights the items that will be discussed during the meetings. We request that you update the department comments for the highlighted items, which will assist your ADF during the PAM meetings....
Individuals requesting access to the Buy-to-Pay (B2P) Supplier Portal are required to take the “Purchasers” role of the Introduction to ROPPA training available on the Harvard Training Portal. The full Responsibilities of Purchasers, Preparers and Approvers (ROPPA) Policy and additional materials may be found on the Financial Policy website.
Summer is a great time to take advantage of courses and self-paced tutorials that are free for benefits-eligible Harvard faculty, post-docs, and staff. The Center for Workplace Development (CWD) has courses in July and August that include Career Development, Communication, Managing, Productivity, and Resilience.
The June issue of the Harvard e-News is now available. Some of the articles contain details about how Harvard administrative systems and processes are changing in response to COVID-19 and the current work environment. As this is an evolving situation, please refer to the departmental websites listed in the articles for the latest updates.
NIH issued Notice NOT-OD-22-143 to update the NIH policy on SBIR/STTR organizational eligibility in cases of legal action, such as merger, acquisition, or successor-in-interest, that changes the small business concern (SBC) organizational status so that the organization is no longer eligible for the SBIR/STTR program. Recipients must contact the NIH awarding office in advance of legal actions that may affect organizational eligibility in line with ... Read more about Updated Policy on SBIR/STTR Organization Eligibility for Status Changes