Funding from MSU to Collaborators
Many awarding agencies encourage collaboration in research. If a grant is issued to MSU and work is to be performed at another institution, a subaward may need to be issued. The Subaward Team in the Office of Sponsored Programs is responsible for processing and monitoring all subawards issued from MSU to collaborative researchers.
- PI Responsibilities
- Subaward FAQs
- Difference between a Subaward, Subcontract, Consultant, Vendor
- New! Power Point presentation “Subaward Management”
- New! Quick Reference Guide for Processing Subaward BPAs
At the proposal stage – PHS proposals only New Public Health Service disclosure of financial conflicts of interest has changed some application requirements for collaborative projects.
Request a Subaward
Requesting a Subaward is a three-step process.
- Email the Subrecipient Commitment Form or its link to your collaborator. They and their Sponsored Programs office will complete the form and return it to you for signature.
- Download and complete the Subaward Request Form.
- When all the steps on the Subaward Request Form have been completed, e-mail all completed forms to [email protected]. Your packet must include at a minimum:
- Subaward Request Form
- Subrecipient Commitment Form signed by Subrecipient and the MSU PI.
- Scope of Work
- Budget Justification that corresponds to the Subaward Current Authorized Amount.
Modify an Existing Subaward
Modifications to the prime award do not automatically flow down to the subaward. If a modification (e.g., changes in budget, cost sharing, scope of work, time period, etc.) needs to be made to a subaward, the MSU PI needs to submit a Subaward Modification Request Form to the OSP Subcontract Manager. E-mail all completed forms to [email protected].
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Procedures for Ensuring Compliance with 2 CFR 215
Office of Sponsored Programs
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