Uniform Administrative Requirements For Grants And Cooperative Agreements

To learn more about key improvements and changes to the grant guide, visit the CFOC training websites. Historically, Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are institutions designated by the Minister of Education to meet and include the requirements of 34 CFR 608.2. b) In this section, the term «supplement» refers to «subsidy» and «cooperation agreement» unless otherwise stated. Uniform guidelines (2 CFR No. 200) streamlining and consolidating the government`s requirements for receiving and using federal premiums to reduce administrative burdens and improve results. It was registered on December 19, 2014 in the Federal Register (79 Fed. Reg. 75871) came into effect for new and continuation bonuses granted on or after December 26, 2014. Please note that the new rules do not affect grants awarded before December 26, 2014, unless the resources made available under these grants are transferred to a new federal budget year or continuity grant. The payment of royalties or profits is consistent with an activity whose primary purpose is the acquisition of goods and services for the direct benefit or use of the U.S. government, and not with an activity whose primary objective is the financial support of the federal government to a beneficiary for the achievement of a public purpose. Therefore, the Grants Officer uses a purchase contract instead of a grant or cooperation contract in all cases where the recipient of the instrument or instrument a fee or profit must be paid to run a program in which fees or profits are required to achieve the objectives of the program. Subsidies and cooperation agreements do not provide fees or benefits to the recipient.

(c) (1) As a general rule, research with foreign organizations is not carried out by grants or cooperation agreements, but on the basis of non-exchange of funds. In these cases, NASA enters into agreements on international scientific cooperation projects. NASA`s policy of conducting research with foreign organizations without exchange of funds is described in NASA`s NFS Supplement at 48 CFR 1835.016-70 and 1835.016-72. In rare cases, NASA may enter into an international agreement under which funds are transferred to a foreign beneficiary. This direct final rule does not contain information collection requirements subject to the Paperwork Reduction Act 1995 (44 U.S.C 3501 and beyond). The official website for access to NASA`s grant policies and cooperation agreement, including communications, internal instructions, certifications, the Nasa Grant and Cooperative Agreement (GCAM) manual and other source information, is available at

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