COVID-19 and the Impact on University Service Centers
Maximus Higher Education Practice consultants Caroline Beeman, MS, CRA, Director, and Jim Childers, CPA, MBA, CRA, Senior Consultant, published the article “COVID-19 and the Impact on University Service Centers” in the April 2021 issue of the NCURA Sponsored Research Administration: A Guide to Effective Strategies and Recommended Practices.
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About the Authors
Caroline Beeman, MS, CRA, is a Director with Maximus Higher Education Practice.
She has over 20 years of experience in developing, analyzing, and negotiating F&A Cost Proposals; overseeing and reviewing F&A Space Surveys; developing Service Center policies; preparing DS-2s; and submitting Fringe Benefit Rate proposals. She previously worked at the University of Virginia where she was the Director of Cost Analysis for 13 years. Her M.S. in Management Information Systems is from UVA. She can be reached at carolineMbeeman@maximus.com.
Jim Childers, CPA, MBA, CRA, a Senior Consultant with Maximus Higher Education Practice, has more than 25 years of experience in university costing and sponsored agreements. He has extensive expertise in Effort Reporting, Post Award Administration, F&A Cost Proposals and Negotiations with ONR. His expertise includes Space Functionalization surveys, Service Centers, DS-2 preparation and Fringe Benefit rate preparation. Jim served for more than 15 years as Director-Cost Accounting at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.