Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Proposal and Budget Development
Section 3: Managing Awards
Section 4: Travel and Procurement
Section 5 Closing an Award
It is the policy of New York University that generally membership dues, subscriptions and professional activity costs may not be charged directly to Federally sponsored projects or as cost sharing unless noted by the sponsor; these costs are normally paid through NYU’s Facilities & Administrative cost rate.
Payments for individual membership dues and subscriptions generally should be charged to unrestricted accounts (non-sponsored projects such as discretionary chartfield incentive accounts, startup funds and endowments). If these accounts are not available, researchers should contact the Dean’s office for alternative funding to support these types of costs.
The cost of individual memberships or subscriptions is allowable as a direct cost when fully justified in sponsored-approved grant applications and contract proposals, or documented at time the expense is incurred or reimbursed. The circumstances under which such costs may be directly charged include, but are not limited to:
Open SPA 006:Procurement in iLearn (NYUHome login required)
This learning module will cover the following procurement policies as outlined in the SPA Handbook:
Duration: 16:30 minutes