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Sponsored Programs Administration Post-Award Policies and Procedures Handbook and Website Now Available

September 17, 2013

NYU’s Sponsored Programs Administration recently issued the university’s first Post-Award Policies and Procedures Handbook and companion website.

The handbook, which codifies all NYU post-award policies and procedures, is the product of a large team effort including the Office of Sponsored Programs, principal investigators, department administrators, and collaborative partners in finance and beyond. Representatives of the Faculty Senate reviewed and approved the handbook.

The handbook and its companion website can be found at: http://www.nyu.edu/
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Sponsored Programs Administration Post-Award Policies and Procedures Handbook and Website Now Available

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