Cost sharing must be proposed, approved, administered, and accounted for in a consistent and prudent manner. This includes understanding workload and cost implications of the cost-sharing commitment; determining when cost sharing is necessary and appropriate; and accurately recording and reporting cost-sharing expenses.
Your college or unit administrative office or Sponsored Financial Services.
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: Added "Last Full Review" field and date.
01/04/2019: Changed Responsible Executive from "Vice President for Financial Affairs and University Treasurer" to "Executive Vice President and CFO"