As you know by now if you were paid for work on sponsored programs (grants and contracts) last year you need to complete an online effort certification through WISE by September 30. On Wednesday, September 11 from 11:00am to 12:30pm you may come by anytime for help with this process. We will have a few computers and staff to help you. Please be sure to bring your UNH ID # and PIN (Password)....
Question: Do current time records for hourly-based pay
charges to sponsored programs meet the requirements for effort certification
without additional annual effort certifications?
Answer: Operating staff, adjunct hourly (formerly nonstatus
hourly), and students are paid based on hours. There is more than one time
reporting system at UNH for these employees and while these meet the needs of...
The policy on Proposing, Managing, and Certifying Effort on Externally Sponsored Programs is nearing completion. The policy states as follows:3.2.3 Maximum Allowed Regular Pay From Externally-Sponsored Programs.An
employee's pay may not be charged directly to externally-sponsored
programs for activities that are not identified in the specific program.
Pay for teaching, administration,...
The templates for appointment letters issued by UNH departments to new status, temporary adjunct salaried and hourly staff, and postdoctoral associates now include reference to the mandatory effort certification training. This language should be added to offer letters for all new employees in these categories whose salary is fully or partially charged to grants: Faculty and staff having any...
UNH is currently collecting Personnel Activity Reports (PAR’s) for
FY10. Timely completion of the PAR’s is a UNH policy and a federal
requirement subject to audit and financial penalties. UNH policy requires return of signed FY10 PAR’s by October 1, 2010.Each
individual designated to certify his/her effort or the effort of others
is responsible for having direct knowledge of the work and...