Plan for under-pricing accordingly when developing the offer. Using the destination checklist, ORSP staff will work with the principal investigator to determine whether the use of a subcontract, regulator, letter of intent or contract service contract is appropriate for each potential subcontractor to be included in third-party funded projects. Subasignsive – If the subcontractor is another SUNY campus, the prize is awarded to the site by setting up a subasign assignment within the RF enterprise system. Audit certifications and reports obtained from sub-recipient organizations are forwarded to the UM`s Internal Audit Office, which reviews the audit reports to determine if there are any conclusions that affect the subcontractor`s ability to administer the agreement or that are directly related to the sub-requested activity. In the absence of adverse findings, I/O staff refer the subject`s audit report to the ORSP for submission. Principal investigators and local grant administrators are responsible for seeking advice when determining whether an institution that assists in research under a sponsored grant is a subcontractor or supplier. Advice can be obtained from local school officials and the PSO. As part of the audit, compare the effort reported by key individuals with the approved (assigned) expenditure to ensure that the spending obligation is met. Efforts should be commendable in relation to the progress made. If there is a “separation,” contact your sub-intent contacts to resolve the issue. By definition, the subcontractor will carry out a substantial part of the proposed project, the sub-cipient is probably the key to the proposal and will therefore be identified in the application.
A detailed budget breakdown for the proposed partial price, including cost-sharing requirements, will be included in the overall application budget. This includes all installation and administration (Q&A) costs passed on to the sub-recipient, which requires verification of all applicable ancillary services and Q&A rates. The proposal should also include a well-defined scope of work with clearly defined performance and/or remuneration indicators and clearly delineate performance and maturities. The institutional head of the proposed institution must approve the scope of work and the budget. The Single Audit Act of 1984 and its amendments (31 USC 7101-7105), Bureau of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-110, OMB Circular A-133, and Uniform Guidelines (2 CFR 200) require recipients of federal funds to ensure that sub-recipients meet federal audit requirements. Monitoring requirements apply only to sub-recipients who receive a new program, memorandum of understanding or subcontract, and not to suppliers who receive a supply contract (contracted service agreement). To ensure compliance with these federal regulations, all UM sub-openers must maintain an active and up-to-date Allocation Management System (SAM) record, regardless of whether the funding flow is federal or not. There is no fee for registration in SAM and as the registration process may take some time, participants are encouraged to start the process as soon as possible. In some cases, it may be possible to complete an under-acceptance while the SAM registration permit is pending.
However, the registration must be completed before the payment of subsequent invoices. A non-federal entity that receives sub-training training from an intermediate unit to conduct part of a federal program; does not, however, include a person who is a beneficiary of such a program. A sub-recipient may also be the recipient of other federal awards directly from a federal awarding agency […].