Funds Generated from Sponsored Programs Administration
RF Financial Concepts 101
Understanding the Business of the RF
Module 1: Understanding RF Sources of Income
Funds Generated From Sponsored Programs Administration
Sponsored programs administration is one of the essential services the RF provides to the SUNY research community. The funds that are administered by this service come in the form of grants and contracts for research programs at campuses. The RF manages these funds to ensure compliance with university, grant sponsor and government policies and procedures.
What the Data Shows
In 2018 the RF expects to receive $692.4 million in grants and contracts direct dollars and $133.2 million in indirect dollars, for a total of $825.6 million.
"Nonsponsored & Other Income" is expected to total $7.6 million in 2018. These sources of funds differ from grants and contracts in that they are not given with terms and conditions, such as specific time periods in which the funds must be spent or financial reporting requirements.
Direct Dollars from Grants and Contracts Are Used to Support Research Programs on Campuses
University at Buffalo physicist Andrea Markelz has received more than $1.35 million in federal funding to study the nature of protein vibrations and develop instrumentation that will enable other scientists to do the same.
Where to Find More Information
Please refer to the 2018 Operating Plan.