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New Form 10 and Non-Financial Agreement (NFA) Routing Forms
Fewer forms and more options for signingThe Office of Sponsored Programs has released a new, shorter version of the Form 10 (Proposal Routing and Approval Form) and a new NFA Form (Non-Financial Agreement Routing and Approval Form). Both forms ask only for the minimum information needed to handle proposals and non-financial agreements... read more
NIH Fiscal Policy For Grant Awards - FY 2016
NIH recently provided guidance for their Fiscal Operations for FY 2016 implementing the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (Public Law 114-113), which was signed by President Obama on December 18, 2015. With the passage of the Act, NIH has $32.31 billion in budget authority which is an increase of $2 billion over FY 2015... read more
- Change to NIH Salary Cap - Effective January 10, 2016
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) salary cap for the year beginning January 10, 2016 has been established at $185,100.
This applies to all awards directly from the NIH and from pass-through entities (subcontracts). The announcement may be found at NIH Notice. This translates to a rate cap of $138,825 for individuals on a nine-month salary. All campus instances where individuals are affected by the cap must result in an appropriate amount of institutional co-funding via a cost sharing subaccount.
For further information please see the presentation at NIH Salary Cap or contact Cost and Capital Assets (email@example.com) and/or OSP (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
- From the Graduate School: How to Document Your Training Efforts for Grant Proposals
- Uniform Guidance
Effective December 26, 2014, new federal awards are subject to the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirement for Federal Awards (2 CFR 200). Existing awards may also be subject to the new requirements as new increments are released. The Uniform Guidance combines and consolidates 8 existing Circulars, including A-21, A-110 and A-133.
Cornell University has set up a University-wide Uniform Guidance Task Force to keep the Cornell research community informed about changes that will affect the work of PIs, researchers, administrators and others involved in sponsored projects. In addition, a webpage has been established to provide information and updates on the Uniform Guidance implementation and will be regularly updated as new material becomes available. For more information go to: Uniform Guidance.
- Form 10 and related forms have been updated on the Form 10 page. New COI forms have been added to the main Forms page. New guidance documents have been added to the Policies and Procedures page, under "Ethics and Conflicts."