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					      Understanding and Applying
                  the Salary Cap

                         James Trotter
                                Director
Sponsored Projects Administration (SPA)
                 Format of Presentation
• This presentation will be broken into two
  main sections:
  Presentation of materials
     Background and theory
     Break (5-10 minutes)
     Application of salary cap (nuts and bolts)
  Questions and discussion
• Questions are welcome through out,
  however, some questions may be deferred
  to the question and discussion section
                  Presentation Materials
• Handouts
  PowerPoint Slides
  Packet
    Salary Cap Quiz (P.1)
    Salary Cap Case Studies (P.2-3)
    Case Study 8 Effort Statement (P. 4)
                             Audience
• This seminar is intended primarily for
  department administrative staff with
  individuals whose Institutional Base
  Salary (IBS) is over the salary cap and
  receive salary support on grants or
  contracts from the following sponsors:
  • National Institute of Health (NIH)
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
    Agency (SAMHSA)
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
    (AHRQ)            Quiz question 1 & 2
                                      History

• Since 1990 Congress has legislatively
  mandated a provision limiting the direct
  salary an individual may receive under
  an NIH, SAMHSA or AHRQ grant or
  contract
  • This is the ninth year that the limitation has
    been linked to Executive Level I of the
    Federal Pay Scale

                    Quiz question 3
                                           History
• The salary cap is updated annually on a
  calendar-year basis
 http://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/salcap_summary.htm
  •   2010 - $199,700
  •   2009 - $196,700
  •   2008 - $191,300
  •   2007 - $186,600
  •   2006 - $183,500
• TIP – Budget for these increases on your
  applications      Quiz question 4
                Case Study 1
• Dr. LaFleur
                  Institutional Base Salary
• Institutional Base Salary (IBS) is the annual
  compensation an institution pays on an
  employee’s appointment, whether that
  individual’s time is spent on research, teaching,
  patient care, or other activities
  • Base salary excludes any income that an individual
    may be permitted to earn outside of duties to the
    institution
  • Base salary may not be increased as a result of
    replacing institutional salary funds with grant funds
               Institutional Base Salary
• An individual's base salary is NOT
  constrained, per se, by the legislative
  provision for a limitation of salary
  • The rate limitation simply limits the amount
    that may be awarded and charged to NIH
    grants and contracts
  • An institution may pay an individual's salary
    amount in excess of the salary cap with non-
    federal funds
                    Quiz question 5
                            Case Study 1
• Dr. LaFleur’s joint appointment:
  VA salary is $105,000
  University salary is $97,500.
• Assuming her university appointment is
  1.0 FTE and the salary cap is $199,700
  would her salary be limited on a SAMHSA
  grant?
                      Subawards
• The salary limitation provision DOES apply
  to subawards/subcontracts for substantive
  work under an NIH grant or contract.
• The salary limitation does NOT apply to
  payments made to consultants under an
  NIH grant or contract.
                 Case Study 2
• Dr. Sengupta
                    Salary Increases
• If adequate funds are available in active
  awards, and if the salary cap increase is
  consistent with the IBS, grantees may
  rebudget to accommodate the current
  salary cap
  • However, no additional funds will be provided
    to prior year grant awards
                         Case Study 2
• Dr. Sengupta’s grant was awarded from
  NIH in 2008 when the salary cap was
  $191,300
• In 2010 salary cap is $199,700 and his
  IBS is $197,000
• He is currently under budget and would
  like to know if he can charge his grant
  based on the new higher rate. Can he?
                     What to put on your
                             application
• On detailed budget pages it is appropriate
  to list the salary cap as the IBS, however,
  an asterisk notation needs to be added
  stating that actual IBS exceeds the salary
  cap
• In the budget narrative indicate that actual
  IBS is greater than the salary cap
• For specific questions contact you Grants
  and Contracts Administrator (GCA)
                   Quiz question 6
              Case Study 3
• Dr. Jones
                          Case Study 3
• Dr. Jones has an IBS of 230,000
• NIH grant application proposing 25%
  effort.
• Assuming the salary cap is $199,700,
  what should he list on his application as
  IBS?
                Case Study 4
• Dr. Ramirez
                Annualized NIH Salary
                                 Cap
• The salary cap is based on an annualized
  rate for full time appointment
• Annualized salary cap of $199,700 by
  FTE:
   1.0 FTE = $199,700 ($199,700 X 1.0 FTE)
  0.75 FTE = $149,775 ($199,700 X 0.75 FTE)
  0.5 FTE = $99,850 ($199,700 X 0.5 FTE)
  0.25 FTE = $49,925 ($199,700 X 0.25 FTE)
  0.1 FTE = $19,970 ($199,700 X 0.1 FTE)
                         Case Study 4
• Dr. Ramirez has an IBS of $100,000 for a
  0.5 FTE appointment
• Assuming the salary cap is $199,700
  would his salary be limited on an AHRQ
  grant?
            Case Study 5
• Dr. Jay
                 Annualized NIH Salary
                        Cap Continued
• The salary cap is not a set dollar limitation
• For 1.0 FTE, annualized salary cap of
  $199,700 by % effort:
  100%= $199,700 ($199,700 X 100%)
  75%= $149,775 ($199,700 X 75%)
  50%= $99,850 ($199,700 X 50%)
  25%= $49,925 ($199,700 X 25%)
  10%= $19,970 ($199,700 X 10%)

                   Quiz question 7 & 8
                 Annualized NIH Salary
                      Cap (continued)
• Annualized salary cap of $199,700 by:
   Effort Period = $ 99,850 ($199,700 X ½ year)
  Month = $16,641 ($199,700 ÷ 12 months)
  Pay Period = $7,680 ($199,700 ÷ 26 Pay
   Periods)
                          Case Study 5
• Dr. Jay has an IBS of $225,000
• Labor distributions equal to his effort of
  75% on grants from NIH, SAMHSA and
  AHRQ
• He is only charging $168,750 (75% of his
  IBS) to his grants
• Is this appropriate because in total he is
  charging less than the cap of $199,700?
             Case Study 6
• Dr. Vlad
                         NIH Salary Cap
• The salary cap is calculated on a per grant
  basis, not aggregate basis
• Every payment each pay period should
  meet the salary cap requirement
  (averaging is not appropriate)
                           Case Study 6
• NIH GRANT0012B, 20% pay is distributed
  for 20% effort
• NIH GRANT0030A, 10% pay is distributed
  for 20% effort
• Combined distributions are under the cap
  relative to effort, is he in compliance with
  the salary cap?
Break
                     % Labor Distribution
              Calculation (Dollar Method)

• To determine the appropriate % Labor
  Distribution, divide the allowable salary
  support (percent effort commitment
  multiplied by NIH salary cap dollar
  amount) by the IBS dollar amount
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2009 Salary Cap                       196,700
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2009 Salary Cap                       199,700
Effort Commitment                        25%
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2010 Salary Cap                        199,700
Effort Commitment                  X      25%
Salary Support (Cap times Effort
Commitment)                             49,925
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2010 Salary Cap                        199,700
Effort Commitment                  X      25%
Salary Support (Cap times Effort
Commitment)                             49,925
IBS                                    250,000
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2010 Salary Cap                            199,700
Effort Commitment                      X      25%
Salary Support (Cap times Effort
Commitment)                                 49,925
IBS                                    ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution (Salary Support
divided by IBS)                            19.97%
                  Calculating the salary cap
                            (Dollar Method)
2010 Salary Cap                            199,700
Effort Commitment                      X      25%
Salary Support (Cap times Effort
Commitment)                                 49,925
IBS                                    ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution (Salary Support
divided by IBS)                            19.97%
Cost Sharing (Effort Commitment
minus % Salary Distribution)                5.03%
                                  % Labor
                   Distribution Calculation
                     (Percentage Method)
• To determine the appropriate % Labor
  Distribution, divide the salary cap by the
  IBS and then multiply the result by the
  effort commitment
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                       199,700
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                       199,700
IBS                                   250,000
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                       199,700
IBS                                ÷ 250,000
% of IBS (Cap divided by IBS)         79.88%
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                       199,700
IBS                                ÷ 250,000
% of IBS (Cap divided by IBS)         79.88%
Effort Commitment                        25%
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                            199,700
IBS                                    ÷ 250,000
% of IBS (Cap divided by IBS)              79.88%
Effort Commitment                      X      25%

% Labor Distribution (% of IBS times
% Effort Commitment)                       19.97%
                  Calculating the salary cap
                      (Percentage method)
2010 Salary Cap                            199,700
IBS                                    ÷ 250,000
% of IBS (Cap divided by IBS)              79.88%
Effort Commitment                      X      25%

% Labor Distribution (% of IBS times
% Effort Commitment)                       19.97%

Cost Sharing (Effort Commitment
minus Salary Distribution)                  5.03%
                                     Cost Sharing
• When a dept agrees to pay personnel over
  the salary cap they are, de facto, agreeing
  to cost sharing for any current or future
  NIH, SAMHSA or AHRQ grants
• Labor Distribution Schedules in Oracle
  should be setup with the cost sharing
  mission code or unique program number


                   Quiz question 9
                  Case Study 7
• Dr. Uberstern
                         Case Study 7
• Dr. Uberstern has IBS of $300,000
• He works on NIH and AHRQ grants that
  take up 100% of his time
• Assuming the salary cap is $199,700,
  what is the maximum percent of his IBS
  that can be supported by his grants?
• What percent of his IBS will need to be
  supported by the department?
                         Case Study 7
• For a salary cap of $199,700 and IBS of
  $300,000 only 66.57% (salary cap divided
  by IBS) of effort can be charged on the
  grants, the remaining 33.43% must be
  cost shared by the department
              Case Study 8
• Dr. Zhang
                                      Effort vs. LD
• For individuals over the salary cap the %
  of effort cannot equal the labor distribution
  % on the grant
• The difference between % effort and labor
  distribution % should be reflected as cost
  sharing on the Effort Certification
  Statement (ECS)
• 5% rule doesn’t apply
                   Quiz question 10
                         Case Study 8
•   NIH GRANT0001A 20% effort
•   NIH GRANT0020A 40% effort
•   NSF GRANT0030A 25% effort
•   Department Chair 10% effort
•   Teaching 5% effort
•   Salary cap is $199,700
•   IBS is $250,000
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap              199,700
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap               199,700
IBS                       ÷   250,000
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap               199,700
IBS                       ÷   250,000
% of IBS                      79.88%
                        Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                 199,700
IBS                         ÷   250,000
% of IBS                        79.88%
Effort Commitment           X   20.12%
                           Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                    199,700
IBS                            ÷   250,000
% of IBS                           79.88%
Effort Commitment              X      20%
% Labor Distribution               15.97%
                           Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                              199,700
IBS                                      ÷   250,000
% of IBS                                     79.88%
Effort Commitment                        X      20%
% Labor Distribution                         15.97%

Cost Sharing (% Effort - % Labor Dist)        4.03%
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap              199,700
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap               199,700
IBS                       ÷   250,000
                      Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap               199,700
IBS                       ÷   250,000
% of IBS                      79.88%
                        Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                 199,700
IBS                         ÷   250,000
% of IBS                        79.88%
Effort Commitment           X      40%
                           Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                    199,700
IBS                            ÷   250,000
% of IBS                           79.88%
Effort Commitment              X      40%
% Labor Distribution               31.95%
                           Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                              199,700
IBS                                      ÷   250,000
% of IBS                                     79.88%
Effort Commitment                        X      40%
% Labor Distribution                         31.95%

Cost Sharing (% Effort - % Labor Dist)        8.05%
                           Case Study 8
                       NSF GRANT0030A
2010 Salary Cap                                  N/A
IBS                                      ÷   250,000
% of IBS                                       100%
Effort Commitment                        X      25%
% Labor Distribution                            25%

Cost Sharing (% Effort - % Labor Dist)           0%
                       Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap              199,700
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      20%
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      20%
Salary Support                    39,940
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      20%
Salary Support                    39,940
IBS                          ÷ 250,000
                            Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                     199,700
Effort Commitment               X      20%
Salary Support                       39,940
IBS                             ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution                15.97%
                            Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0001A
2010 Salary Cap                     199,700
Effort Commitment               X      20%
Salary Support                       39,940
IBS                             ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution                15.97%

Cost Sharing                         4.03%
                       Case Study 8
                  NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap              199,700
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      40%
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      40%
Salary Support                    79,880
                         Case Study 8
                    NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                  199,700
Effort Commitment            X      40%
Salary Support                    79,880
IBS                          ÷ 250,000
                            Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                     199,700
Effort Commitment               X      40%
Salary Support                       79,880
IBS                             ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution                31.95%
                            Case Study 8
                       NIH GRANT0020A
2010 Salary Cap                     199,700
Effort Commitment               X      40%
Salary Support                       79,880
IBS                             ÷ 250,000
% Labor Distribution                31.95%

Cost Sharing                         8.05%
                        Case Study 8
• What would the ECS for Dr. Zhang in case
  study 8 look like?
                                                                                                                        Dr. Zhang’s Effort Statement
                                                            Print Date:                                                                         Oregon Health and Science University                                              Run:
                                                            For the Effort Period: Jan10-Jun10                                                  Effort Certification Statement                                                     Database: FISPRD
                                                            01/01/2010 - 06/30/2010




Employee#/ Name: 12345 Zhang, Xinxia                                                                                                          Employe e Cove rage : 1-JAN-2010 to 30-Jun-2010
Primary Organization:                                                                                                                                    Mail Code:

Project #                Award #                            Project Name                                        Award Name                                                     % Payroll            % C/S           % C/S    T otal C/S   T otal Effort
                                                                                                                                                                              Distribution       Committed     Uncommitted

GL-Related Activities
0151-69999-24-5111-000-0000-000                             UNIVERSIT Y GENERAL FUND                                                                                              12.08%          -12.08%                                         0%
0151-69999-11-5111-000-0000-000                             UNIVERSIT Y GENERAL FUND                                                                                              10.00%                                                         10%
0151-69999-11-5111-000-0000-000                             UNIVERSIT Y GENERAL FUND                                                                                               5.00%                                                           5%
OGA Related Activities

GRANT 0001A                    AWARD001A                    NIH Grant                                                                                                             15.97%           4.03%                                         20%
GRANT 0020A                   AWARD0020B                    NIH Grant                                                                                                             31.95%           8.05%                                         40%
GRANT 0030A                   AWARD0030A                    NSF Grant                                                                                                             25.00%                                                         25%

                                                                                                                                                                                100.00%                0%              0%           0%          100%


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                                                                [_] Principal Investigator                                                                                Responsible Official                  Date
      Relationship to covered
      Individual (please check one)                            [_] Supervisor
                                                                                                                                                                          Responsible Official (Please print name)
Note on Suspense Activity
                                                                    hen
Suspense activity must be cleared before certifying the statement. W returning the statement please write, in ink, what the funding should have been and attach a copy of all appropriate back-up documentation.

Note on Cost Sharing
Please enter the amount of cost sharing in each of the C/S fields. %C/S Committed includes Mandatory and Voluntary Committed cost sharing. C/S Uncommitted refers to only Voluntary Uncommitted cost
sharing.

Note on Federal Salary Cap
It is the department's responsibility to ensure salary charges to NIH, SAMHSA, and AHRQ awards are not distributed at a rate in excess of the salary cap for those sponsors. If the covered individual's total
salary is in excess of the cap then %Payroll Distribution should not be certified equal to Total Effort. The difference between allowable salary distribution and actual effort should be refelcted in the %C/S
Committed column.
                          One More Thing
• Recently, SPA had an internal audit of the
  OHSU Effort Certification process.
• The auditors recommended SPA provide a
  salary cap calculation tool to be used by
  departments.
• That tool is now available! It is called the
  NIH/SAMSHA/AHRQ Salary Cap Cost Sharing
  Calculation Tool and is on the SPA website.
• A print out of the tool must be sent in with the
  statement of individuals affected by the salary
  cap.
               Salary Cap Worksheet
                with Effort Statement
The Salary Cap                                                Salary Cap Worksheet
                                 Please complete this worksheet and attach to each Effort Certification Statement (ECS) affected by the
                         NIH/AHRQ/SAMHSA Salary Cap. It is required that this document be attached when certified ECS's that are affected by
                            Salary Cap are returned to SPA. Please complete the calculation for each OGA Project affected by the Salary Cap
                                                                               below.
                         Calculating Salary Cap                                         Calculating Salary Cap
                         Please enter values for the yellowed cells                     Please enter values for the yellowed cells




Worksheet can be found              OGA Project Number

                                          2010 Salary Cap $
                               Actual Effort % Peformed
                                 Allowed Salary Support $
                                                                  199,700.00

                                                                          -
                                                                                                        OGA Project Number

                                                                                                              2010 Salary Cap $ 199,700.00
                                                                                                   Actual Effort % Peformed
                                                                                                     Allowed Salary Support $          -

                               Individuals Salary Support                                          Individuals Salary Support
                            % LD Allowed to OGA Project         #DIV/0!                         % LD Allowed to OGA Project          #DIV/0!



on the SPA website at             % Cost Share Required




                         Calculating Salary Cap
                                                                #DIV/0!




                         Please enter values for the yellowed cells
                                                                                                      % Cost Share Required




                                                                                        Calculating Salary Cap
                                                                                        Please enter values for the yellowed cells
                                                                                                                                     #DIV/0!




 http://www.ohsu.edu/r              OGA Project Number

                                          2010 Salary Cap $
                               Actual Effort % Peformed
                                 Allowed Salary Support $

                               Individuals Salary Support
                                                                  199,700.00

                                                                          -
                                                                                                        OGA Project Number

                                                                                                              2010 Salary Cap $ 199,700.00
                                                                                                   Actual Effort % Peformed
                                                                                                     Allowed Salary Support $

                                                                                                   Individuals Salary Support
                                                                                                                                       -




 esearch/rda/forms.sht
                            % LD Allowed to OGA Project         #DIV/0!                         % LD Allowed to OGA Project          #DIV/0!
                                  % Cost Share Required         #DIV/0!                               % Cost Share Required          #DIV/0!




                         Calculating Salary Cap                                         Calculating Salary Cap
                         Please enter values for the yellowed cells                     Please enter values for the yellowed cells




 ml#fm                              OGA Project Number

                                          2010 Salary Cap $
                               Actual Effort % Peformed
                                 Allowed Salary Support $
                                                                  199,700.00

                                                                          -
                                                                                                        OGA Project Number

                                                                                                              2010 Salary Cap $ 199,700.00
                                                                                                   Actual Effort % Peformed
                                                                                                     Allowed Salary Support $          -

                               Individuals Salary Support                                          Individuals Salary Support
                            % LD Allowed to OGA Project         #DIV/0!                         % LD Allowed to OGA Project          #DIV/0!
                                  % Cost Share Required         #DIV/0!                               % Cost Share Required          #DIV/0!




                         Calculating Salary Cap                                         Calculating Salary Cap
                         Please enter values for the yellowed cells                     Please enter values for the yellowed cells

                                    OGA Project Number                                                  OGA Project Number

                                          2010 Salary Cap $       199,700.00                                  2010 Salary Cap $ 199,700.00
                               Actual Effort % Peformed                                            Actual Effort % Peformed
                                 Allowed Salary Support $                 -                          Allowed Salary Support $          -

                               Individuals Salary Support                                          Individuals Salary Support
                                                                       Dr. Zhang’s Salary Cap
                                                                                   Worksheet

                                     Salary Cap Worksheet
        Please complete this worksheet and attach to each Effort Certification Statement (ECS) affected by the
NIH/AHRQ/SAMHSA Salary Cap. It is required that this document be attached when certified ECS's that are affected by
   Salary Cap are returned to SPA. Please complete the calculation for each OGA Project affected by the Salary Cap
                                                      below.
Calculating Salary Cap                                         Calculating Salary Cap
Please enter values for the yellowed cells                     Please enter values for the yellowed cells

           OGA Project Number GRANT0001A                                       OGA Project Number GRANT0020A

                 2010 Salary Cap $       199,700.00                                  2010 Salary Cap $ 199,700.00
      Actual Effort % Peformed               20.00%                       Actual Effort % Peformed         40.00%
        Allowed Salary Support $          39,940.00                         Allowed Salary Support $ 79,880.00

      Individuals Salary Support $       250,000.00                       Individuals Salary Support $ 250,000.00
   % LD Allowed to OGA Project               15.97%                    % LD Allowed to OGA Project         31.95%
         % Cost Share Required                4.03%                          % Cost Share Required          8.05%
                                                                                               True False
1)    The salary cap affects all grants.

                                                                                                      X
2)    The salary cap affects all federal grants.

                                                                                                      X
3)    The salary cap is a new requirement.

                                                                                                      X
4)    The salary cap in effect for the Jan09-Jun09 effort period is $191,300

                                                                                                      X
5)    Faculty may be paid over the salary cap.

                                                                                                X
6)    For faculty paid over the salary cap, institutional base salary in the detailed budget
      should be listed as the cap.
                                                                                                X
7)    If the total dollar amount charged to applicable grants is under the salary cap the
      regulation is met.
                                                                                                      X
8)    If faculty paid over the cap receive less than 25% pay from applicable federal
      grants then salary cap issues do not need to be considered.
                                                                                                      X
9)    There is always cost sharing for individuals who are paid more than a sponsor
      imposed salary cap.
                                                                                                X
10)   For faculty paid over the salary cap, percent of effort should be used for percent of
      labor distribution
                                                                                                      X
                                     Resources
• Draft NIH Salary Cap Procedure
  • http://www.ohsu.edu/research/rda/spa/docs/salar
    ycap.pdf
• NIH Notice NOT-OD-08-035
  • http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-
    files/NOT-OD-08-035.html
• NIH Salary Cap Summary
  • http://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/salcap_summa
    ry.htm
Questions and
 Discussion
                        Contacts
        James Trotter
           Director
     trotterj@ohsu.edu
       503-494-3211

         Amber Roberts
Institutional Effort Coordinator
     roberamb@ohsu.edu
          503-494-6984

				
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