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Newark Grants Office (NGO)
249 University Avenue, Room 206
Newark, New Jersey 07102

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Effort Certification & Reporting Technology (ECRT)

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 - Stimulus Bill

Programs sponsored by federal, state and private agencies represent a significant and important financial resource to the University which enables it to carry out its principal missions of teaching, research and public service.

Mission: The Newark Grants Office is dedicated to assisting faculty, research associates and staff in understanding federal, state and university compliance rules and requirements. The procedural efforts of NGO are intended to ensure that the University remains in good programmatic and financial standing with these sponsors and, thereby, encourage a steady source of funding for the University and its faculty.

The NGO responsibilities are:
1. Primary resource on grant and contract accounting questions and issues at Newark campus;

2. To set up internally and externally funded grants and contract accounts following the approved award by the sponsor;

3. To review financial management of grants and contracts by reviewing post
transaction entries on the On-Line-Financial-System (OFIS) in the RIAS environment.

4. To prepare and submit all invoices to sponsoring agencies based on expenses charged to awarded accounts on OFIS.

5. To collect all required documents for file to satisfy internal and external audits;

6. To close out expired accounts. To prepare, review, and submit all financial reports following sponsor specifications.

7. Primary Newark campus liaison to Division to Grants and Contract Accounting (DGCA)

DGCA (Division of Grant & Contract Accounting)


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