Subrecipient Monitoring

Revised University Subrecipient Monitoring Policy Released

Author: Tracey Westervelt

The revised University Subrecipient Monitoring Policy was updated in March 2017 and has been released. This updated policy is meant to instruct faculty and research administration staff on implementing necessary procedures to ensure Harvard’s proper stewardship of sponsor funds issued through subawards. Funds issued through Harvard subawards to subrecipient organizations should receive the same level of scrutiny as funds remaining at Harvard. Faculty and administrators should use this policy as a resource to ensure that Harvard’s subawards are used...

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Revised University Subrecipient Monitoring Policy Released

Author: Mark O’Brien

The revised University Subrecipient Monitoring Policy has just been released. This updated policy is meant to instruct faculty and research administration staff on implementing necessary procedures to ensure Harvard’s proper stewardship of sponsor funds issued through subawards. Funds issued through Harvard subawards to subrecipient organizations should receive the same level of scrutiny as funds remaining at...

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Subrecipient Monitoring Inbox Created

Author: Mark O’Brien

The OSP Cost Analysis Team has created the subrecipientmonitoring@harvard.edu inbox to assist in Harvard’s subrecipient monitoring processes. 

Prime sponsors frequently send questionnaires to be filled out in order to monitor Harvard’s compliance with federal regulations as a recipient of federal funds. These forms generally ask for information regarding Harvard’s annual A-133 Audit. Please review the form’s content for any information specific to a particular project including funding...

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Upcoming Subrecipient Monitoring Training Workshop - Longwood Offering 9/10/14

Author: Andrea Gomes

This fall, the University-wide Subrecipient Monitoring Committee is again offering their highly successful in-person, case-study based training seminar.

This 90-minute course is strongly recommended for staff members with subrecipient monitoring responsibilities. The course will be offered twice before the end of the calendar year, once in Cambridge and once in Longwood. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants per session. Those who register after the class limit has been reached will be waitlisted; additional sessions may be added in...

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