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POLICY

Re-Budgeting Policy for Sponsored Programs

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It is the policy of New York University (NYU, the “University”) that all costs proposed or incurred on a sponsored project must comply with sponsor terms and conditions, NYU policies and procedures and applicable Federal, state and local regulations. The Principal Investigator (PI) is ultimately responsible for ensuring appropriate financial management and compliance with sponsor terms and conditions as well as for determining actual effort expended on a sponsored project. This includes responsibility for ensuring that all re-budgeting is done in compliance with sponsor requirements and University policy.

Purpose of this Policy

The purpose of this policy is to assist PI's, schools, departments, units and personnel of the University to effectively manage the finances of sponsored program awards by providing guidelines and procedures for making necessary budgetary changes.

Scope of this Policy

This policy is applicable to all schools, departments, units and personnel of the University involved in administering sponsored awards.

Procedures for Implementation

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Notes
  1. Dates of official enactment and amendments: 09/01/13
  2. History: blank
  3. Cross References: blank

About This Policy

Effective Date: September 01, 2013
Supersedes: N/A
Issuing Authority: Sponsored Programs Administration
Responsible Officer: Assistant Vice President for Sponsored Programs Administration

Re-Budgeting

The transfer of grant funds from one budget line (e.g., salaries, supplies, travel, equipment) to another budget line. When re-budgeting has occurred, the total amount of funding authorized for the grant has not changed.

 

Federal Regulations



NYU Approach and application of this policy, related resources and more available in the Handbook.

Sponsored Programs Administration Post-Award Handbook

NYU Approach and application of this policy, related resources and more available in the Handbook.
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