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Grants & Contracts

Grants and Contracts Administration and Finance at Children's National 

The Grants and Contracts Administration and Finance at Children's National serves as the main liaison between sponsor and faculty to ensure that sponsored program funds are utilized in a manner consistent with the policies of Children’s National, the sponsor, and state and federal governments. Through our activities, we protect and enhance the reputation of Children’s National as a major research organization in children’s health.

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Grants & Contracts Accounting at The George Washington University

Grants & Contracts Accounting at The George Washington University (GCAS) is responsible for sound financial management of sponsored projects. Responsibilities include establishing and administering financial policies and procedures and coordinating the annual Single Audit.

GCAS prepares, submits, and negotiates the university's facilities and administrative (indirect cost) and fringe benefit rates with the federal government and has the primary responsibility for establishing policies and procedures that will ensure compliance with government regulations. GCAS is responsible for: the preparation and filing of financial reports, the issuance of invoices, the review of new awards and award modifications, the draw of government funding under Letters of Credit, and the collection effort on behalf of the research community to ensure that payment is received. GCAS completes a Risk Assessment review on all potential GW subrecipients.

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