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Below are links to the relevant Effort Reporting Policies from the Administrative Policy Library.
For any additional policy questions or concerns, please contact effort-reporting@columbia.edu or send us a note via the “Contact Us” tab.

 

University Policy on Charging Compensation to Sponsored Projects for Officers of Instruction
Effective Date:  May 4, 2009

This revised policy is primarily relevant to officers of instruction who have appointments of less than 12 months and who work on sponsored projects.


Columbia University Policy on Effort Reporting
Effective date:  December 1, 2006

This Policy sets forth the University’s requirements for complying with Federal regulations on Effort Reporting.


Charging Administration and Clerical Salaries, Federal Grants and Contracts (92-3)
Effective date:  April 20, 1994
Latest Revision: August, 2013

This Policy provides guidance on the limited situations under which such costs may be charged to sponsored projects.


Principal Investigator Responsibilities for Financial Oversight of Grants and Contracts (92-5)
Effective date:  February 16, 1998
Latest Revision: July 9, 2012

This Policy describes Principal Investigators’ stewardship responsibilities for fiscal management of grants and contracts awarded to the University.


Columbia University Policy on Sponsored Project Cost Transfers
Effective Date: April 15, 2011
Latest Revision: July 9, 2012

This policy provides guidance to Principal Investigators and others responsible for the administration of sponsored projects on the requirements for cost transfers.


Columbia University Policy on Cost Sharing
Effective date:  December 1, 2006
Latest Revision: July 9, 2012

This policy provides guidance to Principal Investigators and others responsible for the administration of sponsored projects on the requirements for accounting for and documenting cost sharing.



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