A subaward is a contract or legal agreement between an organization receiving a grant or contract and another organization that will perform research or other substantive work. A subaward is not an agreement for the procurement or purchase of routine goods or services. A subaward is written under the authority of the prime award and specifies the terms and conditions under which the parties will engage in the work.
Establishing the Subaward
When preparing to process the Initial Subaward or Amendments adding additional funding the following items will be needed and can be sent to email@example.com
- Approval of Subaward Form
- Non-Competitive Justification (NCJ) form completed in IRIS
- Detail Budget and Statement of Work
When preparing to process a No Cost Time Extension the following item is needed and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
No Subrecipient in Original Proposal
Normally, participation of a subrecipient has been fully disclosed and budgeted for in the proposal submitted to the funding agency (sponsor). However, when a subrecipient was not identified in the proposal, prior to entering into a subaward arrangement, the award manager will determine if approval from the prime funding agency is required.