The who, what, when, why, and how the project will be performed. It should typically include a statement of the problem or issue to be investigated and the methods to conduct the investigation. This is also commonly referred to as a "statement of work."
This is defined pursuant to the Campus Administrative Manual Service in Excess of 100 Percent for Academic Employees.
The entity who provides funding via award of a grant, contract, or other agreement.
Activities supported by entities outside the university that are consistent with and enhance the teaching, research, and public service missions of the university and that include a defined scope or objective and reporting and compliance requirements. Sponsored projects include grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other types of agreements.
A document written under the authority of, and consistent with the terms and conditions of an award (grant, contract, or cooperative agreement), that transfers a portion of the research or substantive effort of the prime award to another institution or organization.
A request for additional funds that does not extend the funding segment. NIH calls these requests “Revision” or “Administrative Supplement.” The originally submitted F&A Rate (including the Activity Type and Location) should be applied.