Effective July 1, 2014, the University will be following several new policies concerning subrecipients, including revised monitoring and risk assessment standards. To assist JHSPH personnel in their understanding of the new procedures, ORA is hosting a guest lecture by Rick Inglis, Assistant Director in Financial Research Compliance, who will help us navigate through the various changes. We hope to see you next Wednesday!
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Title: Revised Subrecipient Monitoring Policies and Procedures
Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Time: 10:00a – 11:30a
Location: Bloomberg School of Public Health, Room W1020
- Rick Inglis (Assistant Director in Financial Research Compliance)
Summary: Rick will discuss the new University policies concerning subrecipient monitoring that go into effect July 1, 2014. Specifically, he will explain the new procedures concerning:
- The classification of subcontractors v. vendors
- Revised risk assessment procedures and risk ratings for all subrecipients
- Monitoring procedures for all high-risk subrecipients
We encourage all departmental staff and faculty who work with subrecipients to attend.