SPO Forms

Nevada System Sponsored Programs and EPSCoR to promote the opportunities and collaborations within science, research, education, and technology for NSHE institutions in Nevada

Proposal Development Forms - Internal

Sponsored Programs Proposal Process (Internal Awards)

SPO Requirement to Submit Proposals

Internal Routing Form for Sponsored Programs

Conflict of Interest/Compensated Outside Services Disclosure Form

Request for Unrecovered F & A

Memo Account Request

Solicitation Checklist Form

Proposal Development Forms - External

2016-2017 Fringe Rates 03.2016

NSHE F & A, DHHS, 06-17-15

Cost Sharing or Matching Projects Policy

Reviewer Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest Statement

Resources

Order of Precedence for Grant Guidance

Distinguishing between Subaward Consultant Vendor

Fixed Price vs Cost Reimbursable Agreements

Comparison of Scholarship Fellowship vs Salary Wages

Subrecipient Monitoring Guidelines and Procedures

The Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) is an association of federal agencies, academic research institutions with administrative, faculty and technical representation, and research policy organizations that work to streamline the administration of federally sponsored research. Nevada System of Higher Education institutions as a system, is an FDP member entering into Phase VI (beginning September 2014). As a member FDP sectors cooperate in identifying, testing, and implementing new, more effective ways of managing the more than $15 Billion in federal research grants. The goal of improving the productivity of research without compromising its stewardship has benefits for the entire nation.

The FDP uniquely offers a forum for individuals from universities and nonprofits to work collaboratively with federal agency officials to improve the national research enterprise. At its regular meetings, faculty and administrators talk face-to-face with decision-makers from agencies that sponsor and regulate research. They hold spirited, frank discussions, identify problems, and develop action plans for change. Then – again working jointly – they test the new ways of doing things in the real world before putting them into effect.

FDP: http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/fdp/index.htm