Depending on the review board, a well thought out and accurate budget could be the arrow in your quiver to push your proposal through to acceptance, or it could imply that you’re far off target and sink your proposal. This complimentary on-demand webinar, presented by research proposal budgeting expert Susan Sorensen, will help you get your proposal budget approved by providing you with the tools and knowledge you need to address the most common budgeting pitfalls.
Published on Apr 21, 2016
A few of the proposal budgeting best practices you’ll take away from this webinar:
- Learn to identify, among the myriad of options available, the best ways to assemble your budget for a successful implementation.
- Be enabled with the knowledge needed to put together small and simple budgets, or more complex and detailed ones. There will be a particular focus here on how to create a modular NIH budget for use in system-to-system submissions.
- Learn the best practices for using different tools available to you: direct cost syncing, Subawards, formulated costs for advanced calculations, and more.
- Gain the knowledge you need to win awards for Grants.gov submissions through correctly aligning expenses on the R&R budget.
- Learn how to navigate the many complexities of personnel budgeting: accounting for salary expenses during academic vs summer periods, accounting for sudden pay raises, navigating the NIH salary cap, budgeting for ‘to be assigned’ personnel, removing inflation, expensing fringe benefits and managing indirect costs.
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