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Principal Investigators will work with OSRP Proposal Development Staff to create sub-awards
First determine the partner relationships for the sub-award. During the proposal development stage, Principal Investigators will work with OSRP Proposal Development Staff (Tim Hawkins, Stephanie Huber, Kristin Schneider Baldwin) to determine if the proposed partnerships qualify as Sub-awards or Vendors.
The Principal Investigator (PI) for the Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) is generally in the best position to select the Subrecipient to be included in the proposal. The selection is based on the potential Subrecipient’s technical experience and the ability to perform the portion of the scope of work being proposed to the Sponsor.
If it is determined that a Sub-award is needed, the proposal development specialists will notify the Post Award Manager who will then send a Subrecipient Commitment form to the Sub-awardee prior to proposal submission. The Subrecipient Commitment Form provides all the necessary sub-award information to draft a Sub-award Agreement once we are notified that the application has been awarded.
For all proposed sub-awards that will be included in a grant or contract application, MSU Denver Principal Investigators are asked to obtain the following documentation from the subrecipient. The documents MUST be administratively approved by the subrecipient’s authorized official. This authorized sub-award proposal shall be submitted to MSU Denver along with the rest of the MSU Denver proposal package.
At a minimum, a subrecipient’s proposal should include the following:
Note: When you are creating a multi-site program where all sites have not been determined prior to submission of the proposal, the MSU Denver budget justification should clearly identify this situation, and all required Sponsor approvals for issuing sub-awards will be sought when the parties are identified.
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