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Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) and Sponsored Projects Accounting and Compliance (SPAC) are each responsible for different steps in setting up a new chartstring. The owner department (the department responsible for
financial management & budget for the project) must review the new chartstring information.
If you are responsible for reviewing award information for your unit, you will need to be added to the departmental email distribution list for your department. Contact your Dean's Office for information about the "SPA-SPAC email distribution list". In addition, you will need the following access:
- Department Post-Award role in Kuali Coeus
- Department Grant Viewer role in eUM Financials
- RAVEN reporting for eUM Financials and for Kuali Coeus data
Make sure the project was routed and that it has a status of “Approved and Submitted” in Kuali Coeus Proposal Development. For NIH NRSA fellowships (F31 and F32 awards), the Trainee Statement of Appointment and other forms must be submitted before award set-up can be completed.
For NIH awards, upon receipt of the award, SPAC will review the award and the information in Kuali Coeus Institute Proposal. SPAC then sets up the award in eUM Financials and notifies the department via the Departmental Distribution List of the Project ID number(s) and other key data.
For other awards, SPA receives the award and uploads it in Kuali Coeus. An email is sent from SPA to SPAC and to the Departmental Distribution List indicating that a new award is available for set-up. SPAC then sets up the award in eUM Financials and notifies the department via the Departmental Distribution List of the Project ID number(s) and other key data.
The department is responsible for reviewing the award set-up and chartstring data in eUM (Grants Projects View) to ensure that everything is consistent with the award. Errors in certain data fields cannot be corrected other than by setting up a new chartstring, so do not charge any expenses to the Project ID until the chartstring data have been reviewed and found accurate. Any questions or errors should be brought to the attention of SPAC. Be sure to check:
- Activity Type
- Owner Department Code
- Sponsor Type
- Standard versus Deliverable Fund Type [This is the cost basis for billing — actual expenses (Standard) or payment based on milestones or completion of deliverables (Deliverable)]
- PCBU (result of the Sponsor Type and Fund Type attributes)
Multi-year project IDs will be established in advance
SPA enters the award in Kuali Coeus Award and sends an email notification to the Departmental Distribution List with the Kuali Coeus Award record number. Kuali Coeus Award includes information on award terms and reporting as well as an electronic copy of the award document.
SPA receives and processes the award modification document and uploads it in Kuali Coeus. An email is sent from SPA to SPAC and to the Departmental Distribution List indicating that award documentation is available for set-up. After SPAC makes appropriate changes in eUM Financials, an email notification is sent to the Departmental Distribution List with the Project ID number(s) and other key data. After SPA enters appropriate changes into Kuali Coeus Award, and sends an email notification to the Departmental Distribution List with the Kuali Coeus Award record number.