Costing Policy & Analysis

Research Administration Office

University of California

Memo
Operating Guidance
No. 95-13

December 12, 1995

CONTRACT AND GRANT OFFICERS

Subject: Reports on Contract and Grant Awards and Expenditures, FY 94-95

Enclosed are the following materials to update your information about contract and grant awards and expenditures financed from extramural sources. For prior year information and previous memoranda on this subject, please refer to Contract and Grant Memos 94-19, 94-18, 93-10 (and Supplements 1 and 2), 90-7, 89-4, 88-4, 87-4, and 86-31, as well as to Contract and Grant Information Letter dated December 12, 1986. We hope these tables are useful to you in assessing the University's performance in contract and grant activity and in responding to requests for information about the level of contract and grant support.

This year we have added a series of graphs that visually summarize some of the award data gleaned from the CGX system. In addition there are three new reports (Tables 7A, 8A and 8B) giving summary and campus-specific information on expenditures just for research (as opposed to all functions).

GRAPHS OF SELECTED CGX DATA

Graph 1: FY 1995 Awards by Amount and Location. This graph shows that the Los Angeles campus topped all other locations in total extramural funding, receiving over $350 million worth of obligations.

Graph 2: FY 94 and FY 95 Awards. Here we see that the '95 level of support in all sponsor categories except Other Government and Business has increased compared to last year.

Graph 3: Award and Expenditure Totals: 1986-1995. This ten-year trend line shows that award totals, based on the CGX system, generally follow the same trend line as expenditure totals based on the Corporate Financial System (CFS).

Graph 4: % Change in Award Totals: 1986-1995. This is the same information as in Graph 3, only showing percent changes from year to year. Here we see that a two-year slowdown in growth has been reversed.

Graphs 5,6: Federal Awards by Major Agency: 1995. The dominance of HHS funding is readily apparent in these two graphs.

Graph 7: Awards from Private External Sponsors: 1995. Here we see that more than half of all outside private support comes from business or business-related interest groups.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA FINANCIAL REPORT, 1994-95

pp. 38-40: Extramural Funds Highlights

CONTRACT AND GRANT AWARD REPORTS
(from Corporate Contract and Grant Reporting System)

Table 1: 1994-95 Summary Report of all Contract and Grant Awards

Table 2: 1994-95 Total Awards by Major Sponsor Category and Comparison with Prior Year

Table 3: Corporate Contracts and Grants System Campus Awards by Major Sponsor and Comparison with Prior Year

Table 4: Corporate Contracts and Grants System Annual Award Amount by Sponsor Category and Campus

Table 5: Corporate Contracts and Grants System Annual Summary of Awards by Discipline from Major Federal Sponsors and Sponsor Categories

Table 6: Corporate Contracts and Grants System Annual Summary of Awards by Discipline and Project Type

Table 7: Trendsum: Awards from Major Sponsors, 1989-90 to 1994-95, Summary

Table 7A: ResTrend: Research Awards from Major Sponsors, 1989-90 to 1994-95, Summary

Table 8: Trend: Awards from Major Sponsors, 1989-90 to 1994-95, Each Location

Table 8A: ResCamp: Research Awards by Campus, 1989-90 to 1994-95, Summary

Table 8B: ResCamp1: Research Awards by Campus, 1989-90 to 1994-95

Table 9: Comparison of FY 91 and FY 95 Awards by Major Sponsor Category

Table 10: Corporate Contract and Grants System Annual Campus Proposals by Project Type and Major Sponsor Category

Table 11: Corporate Contract and Grants System Annual Summary of Proposals by Project Type and Major Sponsor Category

Table 12: Corporate Contract and Grants System Annual Summary of Proposals by Project Type and Major Federal Sponsors

Table 13: Corporate Contract and Grants System Annual Summary of Proposals by Project Type and Private Sponsor Category

CONTRACT AND GRANT EXPENDITURES
(from Corporate Financial System)

Table 14: Summary of Current Expenditures from Extramural and other Sources, by Source and by Major Function, in Comparison with Current Expenditures from all Sources FY 91 through FY 95

Table 15: 1994-95 Campus Expenditures from Extramural Federal, State, Local and Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type

Table 16: Campus Current Funds Expenditures by Fund Source by Uniform Classification Category for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Summary of Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Berkeley Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Davis Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Irvine Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Los Angeles Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Riverside Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: San Diego Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: San Francisco Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Santa Barbara Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Santa Cruz Campus Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 17: Universitywide Programs Current Expenditures from Federal Funds by Agency for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 18: Current Funds Expenditures by Extramural Fund Source for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 19: Campus Current Fund Expenditures by Extramural Sources and Object for the Year Ended June 30, 1995

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Campus Totals

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Berkeley

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Davis

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Irvine

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Los Angeles

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Riverside

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, San Diego

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, San Francisco

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Santa Barbara

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, Santa Cruz

Table 20: 1994-95 Campus Schedules of Expenditures from Extramural Private Sources by Sponsor Category and Award Type, University Programs

Table 21: Comparison of FY 91 and FY 95 Extramural Funds Expenditures by Campus

Table 22: Annual Expenditures from Federal Government Sources by Campus 1981-82 to 1994-95

Refer: Bill Sellers, 510-987-9847, william.sellers@ucop.edu

Subject Index: 10, 19
Organization Index: U-115

David F. Mears
Director
Research Administration Office

cc:
Vice Chancellors--Research
Interim Provost King
Executive Director Feuerborn
Director Perry
Manager Lester
Campus Accounting Officers