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News and Announcements

Closeout Project - Changes in Documentation Due Dates

This memo is intended to provide clarification to the Duke community regarding recent communication from NIH* addressing the closeout documentation due dates, including a webinar, published FAQs and individual notices to PIs and grant managers.

Demystifying the Department of Defense (DoD) Funding Process

North Carolina Biotechnology Center Presents -

Upcoming Events

Mar
26
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CANCELLED

This is an introductory workshop for subawards and subcontracts.  If you are new to working with subawards and subcontracts, this class is for you. 

  In introductory course we will answer the following questions:

* What is a subrecipient, subaward or vendor?
* What is the basic process?
* What needs to be done during the application submission process?
* What do I need to do at the time of a new award?
* What can delay an award being issued to the subrecipient?
* What do I need to do to modify an existing subcontract?

Learning how to use the ORS website as a resource for information regarding the policies and procedures both at Duke and at sponsoring organizations is the central approach to the workshop.

If you are unable to attend, please contact amm39@duke.edu. There is a $100 no-show fee for participants who cancel with less than 48 hours notice or do not show-up for scheduled classes. 

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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Apr
15
Export Controls: Advanced Grant Management Workshop - April 2015
Wed 02:00 - 05:00
Erwin Square Tower, 8th Floor more
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This class qualifies for RCC credit in the Advanced Grant Management  Certificate Program. 

This class will provide an overview of international export concerns in academia including shipping goods overseas, working with foreign nationals, and international travel.

Participants will learn basic functions of export controls as applied to project management.  Thorough instruction on import, export, and international electronic exchanges will be provided.  This class will include a review of the Export Administration Regulations, Department of Treasury sanctions, Department of Defense funded projects, and other agency requirements on international activities.  Basic concerns on international travel will also be shared.

Upon completion of the class participants should be able to make predeterminations on the export control status of some goods and technology, address export controls in visa applications, understand technology control plans, be aware of international financial transaction limitations, and advise travelers on significant international travel compliance concerns.

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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Apr
16
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This is an introductory workshop for grants, contracts, and compliance administration to help new Grant Managers navigate the highly decentralized environment at Duke University. If you are new to the grants administration, this class is for you.

This workshop, which builds on the Grants, Contracts and Compliance 102 course, will cover the awards process from scientific review to award transfers. 

Learning how to use the ORS* website as a resource for information regarding the policies and procedures both at Duke and at sponsoring organizations is the central approach to the workshop.

If you are unable to attend, please contact amm39@duke.edu. There is a $100 no-show fee for participants who cancel with less than 48 hours notice or do not show-up for scheduled classes.  Please enter a fund code in the "Institution" section of the registration.

There is a limited number of seats for this class. Those who attended the 101 and 102 classes sequentially will be given registration priority.

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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Apr
22
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This is an introductory workshop for grants, contracts, and compliance administration to help new Grant Managers navigate the highly decentralized environment at Duke University. If you are new to the grants administration, this class is for you. This workshop will explain to participants the roles and responsibilities of central offices and departments in order to submit proposals and process awards. Learning how to use the ORS website as a resource for information regarding the policies and procedures both at Duke and at sponsoring organizations is the central approach to the workshop.

If you are unable to attend, please contact amm39@duke.edu. There is a $100 no-show fee for participants who cancel with less than 48 hours notice or do not show-up for scheduled classes. 

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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Jun
17
Introduction to Export Controls - June 2015
Wed 02:00 - 05:00
Erwin Square Tower, 8th Floor more
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This class provides an overview of U.S. government export control regulations and how they impact Duke. The export of goods and technology are regulated by various U.S. government agencies, including the Departments of Commerce, Treasury, and State.


Key topics to be addressed include physical exports, deemed exports, financial considerations, international travel, and sanctioned countries.This class provides an overview of U.S. government export control regulations and how they impact Duke. The export of goods and technology are regulated by various U.S. government agencies, including the Departments of Commerce, Treasury, and State.

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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Aug
11
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This class qualifies for RCC credit in the Advanced Grant Management  Certificate Program. 

This class will provide an overview of international export concerns in academia including shipping goods overseas, working with foreign nationals, and international travel.

Participants will learn basic functions of export controls as applied to project management.  Thorough instruction on import, export, and international electronic exchanges will be provided.  This class will include a review of the Export Administration Regulations, Department of Treasury sanctions, Department of Defense funded projects, and other agency requirements on international activities.  Basic concerns on international travel will also be shared.

Upon completion of the class participants should be able to make predeterminations on the export control status of some goods and technology, address export controls in visa applications, understand technology control plans, be aware of international financial transaction limitations, and advise travelers on significant international travel compliance concerns.

Register for course offerings through the Duke Learning Management System.  Just login to Duke@Work and click on the MyLearning link under the MyCareer section.

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