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  1. Court-Mandated/Agency-Directed Programming – FCS Guidelines

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/v-legal-matters-and-risk-management/court-mandatedagency-directed

    Types of programs: Programs that present social challenges, personal safety concerns, access to client’s personal information, or potential risks to the organization’s reputation. FCS examples include: parenting and financial planning classes; parenting f ...

  2. Principal Investigator Considerations

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/principal-investigator

    Taking the Lead – Being a Principal Investigator (PI) for a Project Ohio State has specific guidelines about who may serve as a PI for projects that are administered by the Ohio State Office of Sponsored Programs. This information is available at this web ...

  3. Section VII: Academic Department Information

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/cost-recovery-policies/section-vii

    OSU Extension supports academic departments through funding for faculty and staff as well as operating funds. Given ongoing budget challenges for multiple entities within the college, Extension administration authorizes departments to retain all funds gen ...

  4. Section V: Other Methods of Cost Recovery

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/cost-recovery-policies/section-v

    Several other methods of cost recovery may be appropriate for some Extension programs and services. Contracts developed with the Office of Continuing Education The Office of Continuing Education has processes to facilitate delivering courses, workshops, a ...

  5. Section IV: Gifts

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/cost-recovery-policies/section-iv

    Ohio State uses several indicators to distinguish gifts and donations from other kinds of program support that Extension might receive from individuals or non-governmental groups as contracts for services or grants. The donor specifically intends the awar ...

  6. Section I: Overview of Cost Recovery

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/cost-recovery-policies/section-i

    A. Background and Philosophy This section outlines Extension's basic philosophy toward cost recovery as it relates to program delivery. Terms that are not immediately familiar or clear may be found in the Terminology Appendix. Extension programs and ...

  7. Cost Recovery Policies

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iv-financial-and-business-practices/cost-recovery-policies

    Section I: Overview of Cost Recovery Background and Philosophy Public Good and Private Good Guiding Principles Levels of Cost Recovery Uses of Recovered Funds Definitions Section II: Externally Funded Projects (Grants and Contracts) Proposal Review and Ap ...

  8. Specialization – Educator Guidelines

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iii-faculty-and-staff/specialization-%E2%80%93-educator-guidelines

    Rationale The purpose of educator specialization is to improve Extension programs by providing expertise close to the clientele; increasing efficiency since educators will not need to devote teaching preparation time to all subject matter specialty areas; ...

  9. International Travel

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iii-faculty-and-staff/international-travel

    International Travel Guidelines for OSU Extension All international travel (both requests and reimbursement) for OSU Department of Extension personnel must be approved by the chair, Department of Extension (this includes all county, regional and non-acade ...

  10. Faculty Changes within Ohio State Based on Financial Considerations

    https://extension.osu.edu/policy-and-procedures-handbook/iii-faculty-and-staff/faculty-changes-within-ohio-state-based

    A tenured faculty member shall not be involuntarily terminated because of curtailment in program or elimination of the position to which the faculty was assigned. The tenured faculty member will be reassigned to a current vacant position, which matches hi ...

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