Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Proposal and Budget Development
Section 3: Managing Awards
Section 4: Travel and Procurement
Section 5 Closing an Award
An unallowable cost is a cost which the sponsor prohibits and will not reimburse. Because New York University (NYU) complies with all the terms and conditions of a sponsored award, at no time should unallowable costs be charged to an award whose sponsor does not allow the cost. Proper tracking of unallowable costs is required for compliance with federal regulations.
It’s important to keep in mind that activities and expenses that are unallowable on a federal award may still be allowable on a non-federal award.
Departments may still incur federally unallowable expenses, but they must be coded as unallowable so they can be readily identified and excluded from the indirect cost rate calculation.
The following methods are used by NYU to identify, separately code, and monitor Unallowable Costs:
Expenses that involve legal services must be approved by General Counsel.
Open SPA 003: Costing in iLearn (NYUHome login required)
This learning module will cover the following policies as outlined in the Sponsored Programs Administration Post-Award Policies and Procedures Handbook:
Duration: 13:30 minutes