Compliance & Forms

 

CITI Program at Manhattan College

CITI Program is dedicated to promoting the public’s trust in the research enterprise by providing high quality, peer-reviewed, web-based educational courses in research, ethics, regulatory oversight, responsible conduct of research, research administration, and other topics pertinent to the interests of member organizations and individual learners.

These materials are designed and regularly updated to:

  • Enhance the knowledge and professionalism of investigators, staff, and students conducting research in the United States and internationally
  • Educate members, administrators, and leadership of ethics committees that review and oversee research
  • Promote ethical research at organizations through the education of research administrators and organizational leadership

CITI PROGRAM

 

Manhattan College's Financial Conflict of Interest Policy

Manhattan College's Financial Conflict of Interest Policy for Sponspored Projects can be found by clicking on the following link.

Effort Policy, Procedures and Forms

As recipents of external funding from both federal and other sponsors, Manhattan College must comply with numerous rules and regulations disseminated by the federal government and sponsors. The federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) sets forth broad policies governing grant and contract financial administration.

OMB Circular A-21, Section J.10 outlines acceptable methods for
supporting charges related to compensation for personal services on
federal grants and contracts (effort certification). Effort certification provides support for salaries charged to sponsored programs, and documents that effort commitments were met.

At Manhattan College, the Primary Investigator (PI), must complete and sign the effort form. The PI is then responsible for sending the completed form to the Grants Administration Office, where it will be approved and then forwarded to the Grants Accounting/Payroll Office. Please use the form below. 

Indirect Cost (Facilities and Administrative Costs) Policy

Indirect costs, also known as facilities and administrative costs (F&A costs), are the institutional or infrastructure costs of managing and running programs that cannot be directly attributed to a program or activity. Please see the link below for more information about Manhattan College's policy in indirect costs.