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  • • Upload and Direct Input • Document of record for all capable Effort Report activity (100% effort, 1.0• Processed and reconciled Full Time Equivalent) monthly • Documents all physician • Monthly certification and• Authority Edit Matrix annual attestations by time physician • Source for Medicare Part A time filed on cost report • Source for certified research effort System Certification Feeds 3
  • High quality web rending FTE approval Zero-footprint Interactive: Set parameters, source data sort, filter, explore Add effort Staff projections View and CertifyProjections andcertifications Export/Snapshot into ExcelSave to SharePointAccess via browser Enterprise Excel 2007 Reporting Open in Excel for rich exploration an analysisOffice SharePoint Server Open snapshots SQL Reporting Spreadsheets stored in document libraries Services Spreadsheet calculation and rendering Set values, perform calculations, get updated External data retrieval and caching values via web services Web Based Reports 100% calculation fidelity 4
  • Publish reports to the Server to Share Securely Define parameter cells that can be changed on the serverControl what is visible on the server Saves regular Excel 2007 files 5
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  • Incorporate spreadsheet components in BI dashboards Unified filtering across all parts on the dashboard10+ out-of-the-box filter parts Display specific spreadsheet ranges or charts 7
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  • Date Institution Settlement Reason February 2003 Northwestern University $5.5M Researchers spent less time on NIH sponsored projects than they reported. February 2004 Johns Hopkins University $2.6M Faculty time and effort devoted to NIH grants was overstated. June 2004 Harvard University $2.4M Unrelated salary costs and other expenses were charged to federal grants. April 2005 University of Alabama at $3.4M Research effort was overstated; the Medicare program was billed Birmingham for research that was funded by another sponsor. May 2005 Mayo Clinic $6.5M Research effort associate with other sponsored projects was charged to NIH grants. June 2005 Cornell $4.4M Grant money alleged to support standard care for patients. February 2006 Yale $194K Sub award costs not adequately documented.Taken from UCOP/UCB/UCSD Presentation - August 27, 2008 11