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Grant Accounting SME, Procurement SME, Federal, State and Local Guide

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Sarasota, Florida, United States
Posted:
December 29, 2018

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PETER HAGUE

ac72sl@r.postjobfree.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/petehague/

cell: 617-***-****

• Praised for performance exceeding expectations; advanced fiscal experience, excellent planning and organizational skills including attention to detail and the ability to handle program management over multiple projects. Ability to maintain priorities while achieving established deadlines/goals. Consistently noted for superior job performance, initiative and excellent leadership and motivational skills. CORE COMPETENCIES:

• Funding Strategies • Grants, Contracts & Funds Administration • Program/Project Management

• Organization Gap Analysis • GAAP, GL, Journals, Cost Transfers • Supervision & Leadership

• Clinical Budgeting

• NIH, DoD, NSF Regulatory

NIH

• Financial Budgeting & Cost Control

• Clinical Contracts, RFP’s and Outsourcing

• Problem Analysis/Resolution

• AP/AR and Revenue Recognition

SOFTWARE TRAINING & UTILIZATION

• PeopleSoft Financials 9.1 training; Workday Financials v.23 finance and HCM, Info Ready. SAP Financials.

• Oracle Hyperion, SAP Financials ERP, SAP Concur, ARC Financials, SharePoint, Redcap, Quicken, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office 2013/365, ADP, EPIC, Lawson Financials, PeopleSoft, Microsoft Project, Great Plains, Clear View, Excel, PowerPoint, Vision, Info Ed, Banner, Info Ready Solutions, Raiser’s edge. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ANJUNAR GCP LLC. Nov. 2014 – Present

SENIOR CONSULTANT/ SELF EMPLOYED (1099 and W-2)

Consulting services focusing on, Proposal writing, Risk management, compliance, fiscal management, ERP cloud systems, human resources, and program management, related to profit, non-profit, industry and healthcare sectors.

Most Recent Engagements:

• “2018 – 2020” JFF/LIFT - Primary Grant and Finance Consultant: Financial Management processes, provide financial recommendations to help assess and manage risk, ensure compliance, and build grant management capacity. Advise on managing procurement, subaward procedures to ensure they are within federal standards. Provide TA to sub awardees on reporting and invoicing expectations and procedures. Creating new GL and financial SOP’s for LIFT. Centralize and standardize reporting processes; provide transparency to internal and external stakeholders and ensure full accuracy and completeness of all projects.

• “2017 - 2018”; Univ. of M: Intramural Manager: Functional Workday training and reporting. Program management of developmental intramural programs and ROI's for cancer center members. Implemented a new ERP system to streamline processes and procedures, saving the institution 12k annually. Wrote SOP’s for the position as well as worked to secure potential extramural research funding. Creation of a new intramural database as well as streamlining documentation related to institutional developmental funding. Utilized Workday Financials, and Infor Ready Solutions.

MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL, WELLMAN CENTER FOR PHOTOMEDICINE Aug. 2009-Dec. 2014 SENIOR FINANCE ADMINISTRATOR

Cradle to grave programmatic, financial and business-related award management for a group of 8 doctors and researchers. My portfolio consisted of $48 million direct and Indirect combined, over 125 funds. Funding types, Federal, Industry, Foundation, Institutional, Philanthropic and Clinical Trials.

• Managed a portfolio of 125 funds, created reports for profit and loss, provided analysis and metrics on all financials.

• Managed appreciation and depreciation for all new technologies. Created new reporting guidance for administrators.

• Provided reconciliation reports on all funds monthly with internal and external stakeholders.

• Provided creative, strategic leadership in pre-award administration of research grants and/or contracts, expertly balancing customer service and compliance needs.

• Journal entries, cost transfers, audits, billing, contract management and quarterly as well as year-end reporting.

• Coordinated federal contract proposals, international proposals, and proposals with difficult/troublesome terms and large sponsored agreements with industry partners.

• Managed all day-to-day grant and/or contract functions such as administration, finance, facilities, compliance, reporting, etc. ensuring timetables are created and maintained as appropriate. oversaw and managed all research portfolio fiscal activities, from research development to close-out activities, continually evaluating and recommending alternatives to minimize risk while maximizing goals. Ensured that budgets were created, proposed, and administered in a fiscally responsible manner.

• Resolved complex issues such as determining appropriate and reasonable cost-sharing percentages on complex grants involving multiple locations; effort reporting problems; under- or over-spent grant budgets; recommend changes to eliminate deficit balances; overdrafts.

• Reviewed and revised contracts related to intellectual property and licensing of patent related discoveries.

• (HCM) Hired, evaluated, promoted, and/or counsel staff. Provided guidance on fund placement. MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS RESEARCH CONSORTIUM Dec. 2007- March. 2009 INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL CONSORTIUM ADMINISTRATOR (NCI - CO/OP) Program Management of a Clinical and Basic Research consortium made up of 7 industry sponsored protocols in coloration with the NIIH. 5 basic research projects and 33 clinical sites in 8 countries with 52 core members worldwide.

• Program management and metric reporting on all funding sources.

• Addressed SOX reporting requirements with scheduled, packaged and customizable attestation reports, as well as other reporting requirements mandated by the federal and non-federal agencies.

• Excellent communication of all core members of the consortium. Developed new processes utilizing technology for the creation of both US and International meetings for both internal and external stakeholders.

• Processed all payroll, aided in onboarding new staff and researchers, performance reporting.

• Created and oversaw all regulatory and compliance actives, in collaboration with my regulatory manager and all administrators from the 33 clinical sites in 8 different countries. (each responsible party were assigned to monitor and identify any current, pending or future risk through a CTA system that was developed for the MPDRC).

• Responsible for all Annual Budgets, Annual and semiannual reporting, meeting minutes and advisory meetings.

• Negotiated clinical budgets for upcoming clinical trials, developed training for consortium members.

• Worked with health ministries and other various health authorities from around the globe to get trials up and running in their country.

PFIZER PHARMACEUTICALS July 2007-Dec. 2007

GLOBAL IIR MANAGER – CONSULTANT

Managed Investigators from around the Globe on Closeout of an Oncology drug

• Oversaw study progress and coordinated with finance to initiate payments in response to milestones.

• Developed KPI’s and metrics for clinical projects.

• Worked with global regulatory to analyze and develop new processes to avoid risk.

• Processed site payments with finance. Addressed SOX reporting requirements to finance.

• Worked with the US and Global medical teams to adhere to terms and conditions of awards. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Aug. 2004-Dec. 2006 SECTION ADMINISTRATOR – ORAL AND DIAGNOSTIC HEALTH Oversaw Clinical and Basic Research, along with Education and finance. Oversaw daily operations of five basic and clinical departments and managed funding totaling $14 million. Funding included Endowments, Gifts, Institutional and NIH funds.

• Successful implementation of an online system for postgraduate submission and selection software that was adopted by the institution.

• Managed all funding for the section which included 5 departments.

• Processed journal entries, reconciled budgets, cost transfers, monthly, quarterly and year end reporting.

• Supported in the critical management of all internal and external funding. ARC ERP systems used.

• Aided with Indirect Cost Proposal calculations for the School.

• The representative for all HR functions of the section in collaboration with the Chair.

• Directed and supervised 4 technical FTE’s and 1 administrative FTE.

• Utilized SAP Financials and HCM and Procurement modules. BOSTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Jan. 2001- Dec. 2003 FINANCE MANAGER FOR EPIDEMIOLOGY RESEARCH

Program Management of $6.7 Million dollars annually of federal, non-federal grant funding, internal educational and clinical funding.

• Strategic planning and analysis of funding for payroll and department funds for future years.

• Negotiation of terms and conditions for non-federal, industry and clinical research. Handled all international subcontracts.

• Developed fiscal shadow system to maintain development of all funding on a monthly, semiannual, and annual basis.

• Fiscal reporting on all grants, contracts, and clinical agreements to federal and non-federal agencies.

• Utilized SAP Financial Planning/Grant Management and Procurement modules. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL BOSTON Jan. 1998- Jun. 2000

ADMINISTRATOR – HARVARD DIGESTIVE DISEASES CENTER and GRANT MANAGER FOR GI CELL BIOLOGY RESEARCH

• Research Management of $7.2 million in grant funding via NIH, HDDC center grant $1 million indirect cost for 5 years of funding.

• Maintaining two separate accounting systems for one hospital and one university. Processing all cost transfers, subcontracts, re-budgeting of funds.

BRIGHAM AND WOMENS HOSPITAL, BOSTON, MA May 1998- Dec. 1998 TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATOR – GENERAL CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER

• GCRC M01 Worked with team to deliver accurate costs for all ancillary charges within all protocols for competing renewal. Assisted with the protocol content for various studies. EDUCATION

Venice High school GED: Science 1989

Venice, FL

Erie Community College AA: Human Services 1992

Buffalo, NY

University of Buffalo B.S.: Psychology 1996

Buffalo, NY

University of South Florida MBA Healthcare Management 2021 (exp.) Sarasota, FL

CERTIFICATIONS, and PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

• Certificate Financial Management and Controls (F.M.C.); Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

• National Council of University Research Administrators 1989 - Present

• Society of Research Administrators International

• NCURA Post Award Neighborhood Subcommittee Member 2008-present

• NCURA Post Award Neighborhood Subcommittee Co-Chair 2012-2013



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