Cornell University expects its faculty, staff, and students, when dealing with federal and other sponsored funds, to follow Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); comply with all government and sponsor rules and regulations; and follow established standards for determining when it is appropriate to propose and, if approved, directly charge costs normally considered Facilities and Administrative (F&A) costs to a sponsored project.
Your local college or unit administrative office or Cost and Capital Assets.
Violation of a financial policy should be reported to your supervisor, your human resource representative, unit manager and/or the office responsible for the policy. Where these resources are inadequate, you may choose to make an anonymous report through the Cornell University Hotline.
01/09/2019: Changed "Vice President for Financial Affairs" to "Executive Vice President and CFO" as Responsible Executive.