Research Compliance: A Resource Library
Focus on what matters most — your research mission.
From economic pressures to new policies and legislation, research institutions are faced with a number of challenges. In order to survive, industry leaders must focus on essential priorities that help their staff thrive. Huron’s resources below provide insight for how to reduce the risk of non-compliance at your institution.
Research Compliance Analytics
Learn how data analytics can help ensure research administration compliance at your institution.
Find out what happens during an National Science Foundation (NSF) audit, phases of the audit process and how your institution can support its own position by decreasing financial findings.
Do you know what to expect in an NSF audit? To learn more, listen to this podcast with Anne Sullivan, a Huron senior director.
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Research Compliance
In this webinar, we discuss the necessary considerations for an effective research compliance structure and provide insight on what makes up an optimal organizational model.
A two-part series, these podcasts discuss risks related to not having a comprehensive approach for research compliance and the process of planning a research compliance risk assessment.
In this podcast, Huron's industry professionals discuss frequently asked questions from clients regarding ERM.
Thomas Jefferson University's Mark Anderson discusses ERM in higher education and healthcare with Huron's Calle Griffith in this podcast.
Uniform Guidance and Compliance Supplement
Huron summarizes major changes to the regulations and the institutional impact of the final guidance.
The 2016 Compliance Supplement serves as a guide to auditors evaluating internal controls and determining compliance with federal law.
This webinar helps break down Part 6 — Internal Controls of the OMB Compliance Supplement.
With Uniform Guidance reducing administrative burdens there has been scrutiny on how to modify or enhance methods for supporting payroll on sponsored programs.
Huron discusses the importance of compensation compliance and internal controls in the Uniform Guidance era in this webinar.
When evaluating your institution’s internal controls, consider the importance of a unique environment, a culture of compliance, and balancing controls and risk.
This self-assessment for internal controls will help you understand your own controls before auditors arrive.
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