Non-academic or sponsored project effort
352.392.5778 | email@example.com
Academic or instruction effort
352.392.0456 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The information in this toolkit is designed to assist departmental staff and faculty who are entering, certifying, or authorizing data within the effort reporting system. Effort reporting at UF fulfills two separate requirements:
- Instructional and research reporting required by the state
- Sponsored project effort reporting required by the federal government
|Effort Certification System Changes (updated)|
|Effort Reporting Glossary|
|Effort Reporting Activity Categories|
|Effort Reporting Policy|
|Effort Reporting Directives and Procedures|
Faculty Assignment Report
|Entering Effort Projections||Simulation|
|Approving a FAR||Simulation|
|Acknowledging a FAR||Simulation|
|Editing the Approval Path||Simulation|
|Amending a FAR||Simulation|
|Returning a FAR to Draft Status||Simulation|
|Adjusting Committed Effort||Simulation|
|Understanding the Salary Cap||Simulation|
|Using Online Inquiry||Simulation|
|Entering and Submitting Effort||Simulation|
|Certifying Your Effort||Simulation|
|Certifying the Effort of Students and Staff||Simulation|
|Requesting a Proxy Approval Role|
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RSH200 Effort Reporting
This session provides a comprehensive overview of Effort Reporting and its related business processes. It also provides step-by-step guidance for using the online FAR and managing sponsored research commitments. RSH200 Effort Reporting is now included as part of the third track (Academic and Department Support) of the Pro3Series.
RSH220 Effort Fundamentals
This interactive session discusses the most essential concepts related to effort, including Total University Effort, committed effort and cost sharing. It also covers the activities that are allowable and unallowable on sponsored projects.
RSH230 Effort Management
This session discusses the importance of managing effort throughout the sponsored research lifecycle – from proposing effort to managing commitments to certifying effort.
Lists and descriptions of all UF security roles may be found on the Identity & Access Management website.
- FAR Coordinators: UF_ET_FAR_INITIATOR
- FAR Approvers: UF_ET_FAR_APPROVER
- FAR Approvers for Deans or Chairs: UF_ET_FAR_ADMIN_APPROVER
- Effort Coordinators: UF_ET_EFFORT_COORDINATOR
- For printing the Effort Master List: UF_ER_HRPR_EffortTrack
- View only Access: UF_ET_VIEW_ONLY
Completion of RSH200, RSH220 and RSH230 is required in order to obtain the UF_ET_EFFORT_COORDINATOR role.
For Academic or Instruction Effort:
Office of Institutional Planning and Research
For Non-Academic or Sponsored Project Effort
Cost Analysis, Controller’s Office
Brenda Harrell or Deborah Strickland, email@example.com