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Allocating Costs Among Multiple Projects

Brown Bag: Allocating Costs Among Multiple Projects

Allocating costs to one sponsored project is difficult, adding costs to several projects can be overwhelming. When this occurs, the costs should be allocated in the same proportions as it benefits each award while adhering to sponsor guidelines and institutional policies. This session provides methods and strategies to assist departmental administrators who have to manage the purchases of services and goods that benefit multiple awards.

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Anne Albinak, Director of Research Administration Operations, Whiting School of Engineering

Tolise Dailey, Training Manager, Office of the Vice Provost for Research


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