Fdp Subaward Agreement Forms

The Subawards Subcommittee is responsible for developing, maintaining and providing guidelines for the allocation and management of subawards through grants, cooperation agreements and other publicly funded funding mechanisms. In addition, the Sub-Committee provides instruments and resources to support efforts to reduce the administrative burdens associated with the processing and management of partial debtors. The University of Alaska uses standardized FDP forms updated by a national committee of member institutions to comply with OMB 2 CFR Part 200, uniform administrative adjustments, basic principles and audit requirements for federal awards (hereinafter referred to as ”uniform guidance” or ”UG”) and regulatory amendments from the Sponsoring Agency. Updated subaward sample for use in NIH clinical trials in multiple locations. Documents significant changes from 2017/8 to 2019 subaward models. Example of subcontracting. Recommended use: subcontracting under a federal contract (or with a revision, a non-federal agreement). Describes the field names, positions, and uses of all data fields in the different subaward models. The FDP subaward models mentioned below have been designed to speed up and streamline the audit of federal substeps among FDP member institutions. But non-FDP institutions can also use the templates. The models are seen as an ongoing manifestation of the FDP.

Working groups are monitoring developments at the federal level and would make the necessary updates (for more information, see our committee page). Templates are not intended for editing. Please check here for the latest versions before using the templates. For more information, see the guides and FAQs below. If you do not find the relevant information, please contact the subspace sub-committee co-chairs at subawards@thefdp.org. Model for the modification of premiums issued under the UG – to be used when a modification is to be issued to a subcontractor already subject to the uniform directives in accordance with the original subaward. . . .