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Oversees the daily operations that provide financial accounting support for externally funded as well as internally funded awards and contracts.
Wiley began his career at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in Specialized Accounting as a staff accountant and held progressively responsible positions leading up to his current role as senior director. During this time, the Research Institute grew from an operating budget of $40 million to more than $450 million. This was also a time when grant sponsors had become more tightly restricted with terms and conditions, including Uniform Guidance. In order to support this growth, Wiley was a key member of the Lawson Grants Management implementation team that provided efficiencies for financial grants management.
Along with the Research Administrative teams, he also developed financial internal controls to comply with sponsor requirements to maintain appropriate stewardship of grant funding. This includes maintaining the financial grant management system, financial compliance, effort reporting, audit, financial statements, sponsor invoicing and reporting, and the indirect cost proposal.
As the Research Institute and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia continue to the grow, Wiley is involved with the implementation of systems and processes establishing efficiencies for grant financial reporting and compliance and is working to align Research processes with the Enterprise.
Education and Training
BBA, Temple University (Accounting), 1990
MBA, Temple University (Finance), 1998
Society of Research Administrators International, 1997-
National Council of University Research Administrators, 1997-