Sponsored Projects oversees the post-award financial administration of sponsored research for the University of Colorado Boulder, directly managing accounts for Restricted Funds 30 and 31.
Research Financial Services
Ensures proper management of restricted Funds 30 through 33, provides financial oversight for sponsored projects, prepares financial reports and invoices, manages all revenue cycle activities for the research enterprise, coordinates financial closeouts and works directly with Office of Contracts and Grants to coordinate information for relinquishment of awards.
Research Financial Services is responsible for the post-award administration of grants and contracts for CU Boulder. After the negotiation process is complete, and a project award has been accepted by CU Boulder, the RFS award setup team assumes responsibility for the project set up within the Finance System.
The Revenue Management team provides accounts receivable payment processing and collections support for the CU research enterprise.
Sponsored Project Compliance
Reviews JEs and PETs for secondary approvals, PO requisitions, cost share, and participant support for compliance; helps promote CU Boulder's compliance with federal, state and private fiscal and reporting guidelines, university policies and procedures, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.