Grant and Contract Regulations
|The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) is reponsible for the non-fiscal administration of all awards which support research or other externally sponsored activity at Ohio University. ORSP staff negotiate award terms and conditions and prepare subcontracts and consulting agreements when required. Consult the Grant and Contract Mangers assignments and then call the appropriate G&C Mgr for award administration assistance, Thea Arocho, email@example.com, 740.593.2856, Audra Huddy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 740.593.9986, or Patti Leib, email@example.com, 740.593.9987 for assistance. For assistance with preparation or maintenance of a sub-award or consulting agreement, call Jenny Whan firstname.lastname@example.org, 740.593.2856.|
|The Bayh-Dole Act (37 CFR 401) Patent and Trademark Law Amendment Act of 1980 |
The act provides the legal framework for the transfer of university generated, federally funded inventions to the commercial market.
|Federal Demonstration Partnership |
A cooperative initiative among federal agencies and institutional recipients of federal funds. It 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.
|Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars. Instructions or information issued by OMB to Federal agencies. These are expected to have a continuing effect of two years or more.|
|Federal Acquisition Regulations|
|Ohio Revised Code|
|104 & 105 Research & Technology Center, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701-2979, Tel 740.593.0378, Fax 740.593.0379, E-mail email@example.com.|
|Page updated on September 24, 2010|