New Location of PAMS F&A Reconciliation Page

Dear PAMS Users, The F&A Reconciliation page in PAMS has been moved to a new location effective Monday, 1/11/21. You can now find the F&A Reconciliation page under the PAMS “Billing and Reporting” tab. All existing links to the F&A Reconciliation page, including the links under the Management Reports tab and the Closeout tab, will automatically redirect you to this … Read More

EFM Plans for 2020-21 Campus Winter Holiday Closure

Dear Colleagues, In observance of the UCLA Winter Holiday Closure, Extramural Fund Management will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 18, 2020, and will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, January 4, 2021. For the Closeout Packets that were due by November 30, 2020 but not submitted to EFM, EFM will provide the results of its final expense review to departments by Tuesday, … Read More

Implementation of Revised Financial Closeout in UG to Final Financial Deliverable Due date in PAMS

Dear Colleagues, As announced at RAF, November 12th, financial closeout requirements in UG changed effective November 12, 2020. For everyone’s easy reference, the revised guidelines are included in this email and more information can be found in Uniform Guidance §200.344 Closeout. This announcement explains how ORA will implement this change to the due date of the final financial deliverables in PAMS. … Read More

UCPath Direct Retro Processing Schedule

Dear Colleagues, Please review the communication below from CRU regarding the UCPath Direct Retro Processing Schedule. More information can be found on CRU’s website. UCPath Direct Retro Processing Schedule (2020) The following schedule helps users identify the deadlines when Direct Retros must be approved in order to appear on the Labor Ledger and the UCLA General Ledger. As UCPath releases … Read More

ERS Effort Report Release – Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019

Dear Colleagues, EFM is pleased to announce that you can now access your department’s effort reports and begin the certification process for the following reporting periods: Reporting Period Non Academics and 11/12 Academics 9/12 Academics Summer 2018 N/A 06/01/18 – 09/30/18 Fall 2018 (modified) 08/01/18 – 12/31/18 08/01/18 – 10/31/18 Winter 2019 01/01/19 – 03/31/19 11/01/18 – 02/28/19 Please note … Read More

PAMS Page Reorganization

Dear PAMS Users, We have reorganized PAMS effective 9/4/20. Our hope is this new page/tab layout will better serve the needs of our users. When you log into PAMS, you will now see six tabs. Details about each are below. Worklist  There are no changes to this section. Award Overview  This tab houses award notes and sponsor information. Financial Deliverables  … Read More

RAPID Closeout Tool Version Dated 08.20.20 Release

Dear Colleagues, ORA is pleased to announce the release of a new version of the RAPID Closeout Tool (version dated 08/20/20). Please download the latest version of the tool, available in the ORA Online Resource Center. This latest version includes the following updates: Performance improvements Updated verbiage on the UCPath Payroll After Fund End Date report Detail Equipment report now includes … Read More

EFM Survey – Threshold for Revised Closeout Packet

Dear Colleagues, Extramural Fund Management is conducting a survey to collect feedback from campus on the threshold for a revised closeout packet (COP). Currently, when the variance between the final expenditure of the revised closeout packet and that of the original closeout packet is greater than $100, a revised closeout packet is required. When the variance is greater than $500, PI’s … Read More

CORRECTION: Postdoctoral Unallowable Benefits on NRSA Grants

Dear Colleagues, The previous email regarding Postdoctoral Unallowable Benefits on NRSA Grants was sent in error. Please disregard the message and see the corrected message here. Composite Benefits Rates (CBR) for different employee groups are available on the Corporate Financial Services website. Per the NIH Grant Policy Statement Section 11 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards, costs normally associated … Read More