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The legal entity receiving a grant, contract, or cooperative agreement directly from the awarding agency and passing funding on to a subrecipient.

May include, for example, award, funding source, and sponsor among others. The original funding mechanism or organization for a project.

The individual vested by the university with the primary responsibility to independently design, conduct, and supervise a sponsored project awarded to the university.

A numerical rating which compiles the assessments of each member of a review committee and is assigned to a research proposal as a criterion for making funding decisions. Most commonly associated with NIH applications.

A formal statement from a sponsor notifying the research community of an opportunity to submit applications for funding support. This typically identifies a specific area of increased priority or emphasis for the agency.

An individual working on behalf of the sponsor who is responsible for the programmatic, scientific, and technical aspects of a grant.

The total time for which support of a project has been programmatically approved. Comprises the initial competitive segment and any subsequent competitive segments resulting from a renewal or extension of the award.

A request for external funding containing all of the components required by sponsor and university guidelines.

The formal design or plan of an experiment or research activity; specifically, the plan submitted to university compliance offices for review and to an agency for research support.