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Budget Development

Information about grant and research proposal budget development.

There are many considerations involved in developing the budget for your research or creative project. Did you know that in your grant proposal you must include a line item for indirect or overhead costs? Did you know that you must include fringe benefits for a project submitted to an extramural sponsor and that different employee classifications have different fringe benefit rates? This section will walk you through the line items you need to consider in developing your budget, including:

Please download the Proposal Budget Development Worksheet (xls) to assist you in developing your budget.

Primary Investigators need to inform their grants accountant about planned summer payments at least four weeks before the HR due date, which is the 7th of the month prior to their desired pay date. 

Human Resources will not enter your planned payments into the system until all the required signatures are on the Personnel Transaction Form (PTF).  You should allow time for routing your PTF’s to accommodate signers’ absences and other obligations. 

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