Welcome to the webpages of the Projects Administration Section within the Financial Services Division, where you will find all the necessary information in relation to the administration of Research and Capital projects.
Projects Administration - Team Purpose Statement
We work with Principal Investigators, Project Sponsors and Project Managers to provide a professional post-award management service for both research and capital projects suitable for a world renowned research focused University. Our role is to:
- Assist PIs and Project Sponsors with effective and robust grant management in line with international best practice
- Provide accurate, timely reporting both internally and to external stakeholders
- Act as effective advocates on behalf of PIs with Funding Agencies in post award financial and contractual matters
- Reduce the administrative burden on PIs and support Trinity in its aim to be a University of global consequence
Research Projects - Summary of Services Provided
The Research Projects Section manages a wide portfolio of externally funded research grants and contracts valued at in excess of €500m. This entails administering circa 2,500 research accounts, awarded to over 450 Principal Investigators from over 200 different Sponsors, across all Disciplines, Schools and Trinity Research Institutes in College.
If you require assistance relating to Research policies and procedures, please visit our contacts page where you will find a list of our staff who will be delighted to help you. If your query is in relation to new business processes please visit the dedicated FIS online training page
If you have a general research account enquiry please email email@example.com, alternatively please see the Research contacts section to email the person who administers the specific sponsor related account.
Please click on this link to view the new Mapping Tool which converts old codes to new codes for Research:
The following is a summary of the main services provided by the RAS:
- Support financial activity of research grants from commencement to cessation
- Preparation and reconciliation of financial claims to sponsors
- Recording of research income
- Processing of research expenditure
- Co-ordination of financial audits
- Circulation of monthly financial Reports to Academic Community
- Reporting of statistical data internally and externally
Details of the University’s Research Accounts (The Green Book) for the year to 30th September 2016 is available for download at the links below both in a PDF and Excel Version.
The Excel version allows the user to search by School / Institute / Principal Investigator and Source of Funds.