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- A-Z Index and Glossary
- Commerce Control List (CCL) List of items and data subject to EAR, including “low-technology consumer goods” (designated EAR99) that may require a license for export or travel.
- Consolidated Screening List U.S. Government web site providing information about, and links to download, a compilation of the restricted party lists from the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury
- Encrypt Your Data
- Examples of Marking EC Items and Information Examples of Marking Export Controlled Items and Information
- Export Controls and Universities: Information and Case Studies Link to download the Council on Government Relations (COGR) publication (PDF) regarding Export Controls
- General Emergency Protocols
- IT Security Requirements for Technology Control Plans IT Security Requirements for Technology Control Plans
- Register Your Travel
- Report an IT Security Incident
- Requirements for Faculty and Staff Travel
- Sanctions Programs and Country Information Details the export controls restrictions to specific individuals, organizations, and countries
- Secure Your Devices
- Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List Details individuals and companies owned or controlled by, or acting for or on behalf of, sanctioned countries. It also lists individuals, groups, and entities, such as terrorists and narcotics traffickers designated under OFAC sanction programs that are not country-specific.
- Technology Control Plan (TCP) Template Blank template. For use by the principal investigator to prepare a specific plan for a project involving export controlled technology.
- Travel Abroad Basics
- Travel Safely With Technology
- U-M Export Controls Guidance Memo Memorandum from the U-M Vice President of Research which states the university's expectations regarding export regulations for research and research activity.
- United States Munitions List (USML) List of items, data, or services subject to ITAR regulations. Spacecraft systems and associated equipment are on the USML even though they might be for civilian use only and are not developed or used for defense applications.
A special form of a sub-p/g that is used when investigators build equipment from purchased materials and supplies (generally excluded from indirect costs).
Federal Acquisition Regulation
National Science Foundation's electronic proposal submission and award management system.
Database of funding opportunities of US foundations. It is available online through U-M library electronic resources.
The Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) is a cooperative, non-profit association of federal research agencies, universities and the National Academy of Science's Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable aimed at reducing administrative burden on Principal Investigator and works to streamline the administration of federally sponsored research and to improve the federal/university research support relationship.
The FDP was established to increase research productivity by streamlining the administrative process and minimizing the administrative burden on principal investigators while maintaining effective stewardship of federal funds. The National Science Foundation (NSF) serves as the official web host of participating agency documents relating to the FDP.
Sometimes Federal-Wide Terms and Conditions (ORSP site) are referred to as FDP because they were first established by the FDP. Now, the latest version of the Federal-Wide Terms and Conditions are available and hosted by the National Science Foundation (NSF), but they impact all federal agencies.
In addition to the basic provisions, each member federal agency has a supplemental set of agency-specific terms and conditions. A typical grant is actually covered by both the federal-wide Research Terms and Conditions (RTC/FDP) and the agency-specific terms and conditions.
Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/104719).
FFATA: Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 or Transparency Act—Public Law 109–282, as amended by section 6202(a) of Public Law 110–252 (31 U.S.C. 6101)
A proposal in its final form that includes all of the sponsored-required documents and forms. It is ready to be submitted to the sponsor.
A completed and signed PAF that includes the final proposal. The Project Team has performed the eResearch Management activity, "Finalize proposal for Submission to Sponsor."
ORSP requires that the sponsor guidelines and the following finalized parts of the proposal must be attached to the PAF in order to complete its review:
- Budget justification
- Cover page
- Draft abstract
- Facilities and other resources
- Subcontract budgets and signed letters of intent to participate
- Certifications, Representations and Assurances
- Any documents requiring an institutional signature
Fund for Improvement of Postsecondary Education. See: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/fipse/.
Funding Opportunity Announcement. This is typically for federal funding opportunities, that can often be selected in eRPM as a way to retrieve needed information for submissions.
Freedom of Information Act. As a public institution in the state of Michigan, the University of Michigan is subject to provisions of the state's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). See http://vpcomm.umich.edu/foia.html
- CRIIA Excerpt - MCL Section 390.1553
- FOIA, CRIIA (Confidential Research and Investment Information Act ) and U-M Sponsored Research
- Michigan Confidential Research and Investment Information Act (CRIIA) - Act 55 of 1994
- Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) - Act 442 of 1976 (MCL 15.231, et seq.) Full text of the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) - Act 442 of 1976 (MCL 15.231, et seq.)
It is the goal of the University of Michigan to recover the full costs of each individual sponsored project where permitted by the established policies of the funding agency. Full costs are defined as those costs that reasonably can be associated with and allocated to a particular project. They include costs that are generally treated as direct (costs that can be readily and specifically identified with a particular sponsored project relatively easily with a high degree of accuracy) and indirect (costs that are incurred for common or joint objectives and, therefore, cannot be identified readily and specifically with a particular sponsored project).
Fiscal Year (ex. FY2015 or FY15)