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  • Sponsored Programs Administration - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    cases in which the Principal Investigator is not an active full time faculty or staff member a Co Investigator with responsibility for fiscal matters may be required Responsibilities The Principal Investigator is the individual responsible for all aspects of the grant both programmatic and fiscal In general the responsibilities of the Principal Investigator beyond those that may be imposed by the sponsor include but are not limited to Assuming overall responsibility for meeting the requirements goals and objectives of the sponsored program as originally proposed or subsequently modified Working closely with the Sponsored Programs Office or University as the case may be to ensure that funds are spent appropriately and in accordance with the terms of the grant contract and the allowable cost principles identified in OMB circulars Complying with applicable federal and state laws and University and Foundation policies and procedures Preparing and submitting reports at the times indicated in the grant or contract Maintaining a close working relationship with the Foundation Sponsored Programs Office or University as the case may be to manage the grant contract funds Distribution of responsibilities among Principal Investigators on multiinstitutional sponsored programs Some grant and contract activities require the participation of more than one institution In such cases the responsibilities of all participating institutions and principal investigators shall be defined in written agreements signed by the institutions respective authorized agents Representative examples of acceptable agreement instruments include subcontracts and memoranda of understanding MOU All such agreements shall stipulate that all parties will adhere to appropriate institutional policies governing grant and contract administration and any specific sponsor requirements Acceptance of Awards Awards of contracts or grants shall not be accepted without prior written approval by appropriate officials of the University and Foundation responsible for the following areas as applicable a Academic programmatic b fiscal c health and safety d human and animal subject research e space f major technical resources and equipment and g risk management In addition prior to acceptance of an award by the Sponsored Program Administrator the information identified below must be provided This information should either be included in the specified contract grant or master agreement or provided in the Proposal Approval Form Identification of the Principal Investigator and staffing needs for the sponsored project Identification of the funds and resources available or needed the projected budget and other fiscal and administrative requirements The Sponsored Programs Administrator in collaboration with the Principal Investigator shall be responsible for negotiating any terms and conditions that differ substantially from those initially proposed In accordance with CSU policy all allowable costs both direct and indirect shall be recovered to the extent possible The final award document resulting from all grant and contract negotiations must have final approval of the Executive Director of the Foundation or his her designee if the Foundation is to be the recipient of funds or the campus chief financial officer or his her designee when the University is to be the recipient of funds Only the University or the Foundation designees and not the Principal Investigator may accept an award Upon acceptance of an award the Principal Investigator assumes responsibility for security custody and retention of the Sponsored Program Work Product and programmatic technical records after completion of the Sponsored Program Upon acceptance of an award the Sponsored Programs Administrator shall notify individuals and organizational units affected by the award Performance of Work on Grants and Contracts Employment The Sponsored Programs Administrator shall be the employer of the principal investigator and other employees with regard to work performed on a sponsored project In cases where the University is the Sponsored Programs Administrator and the University transfers by written agreement the administration of the project to the Foundation the Foundation becomes the de facto Sponsored Program Administrator The Sponsored Programs Administrator is responsible for the assignment evaluation and termination of employees on sponsored projects and for other employer obligations associated with performance and payment under the grant contract in accordance with campus policy for the administration of contracts and grants This applies regardless of whether the employee is being paid directly by the Sponsored Programs Administrator or whether the University is being reimbursed by the Foundation for the reassignment of an employee from selected University duties to work on the contract or grant Principal Investigators consultants and project staff shall not be hired on any project until the terms and conditions of employment particularly salary have been determined agreed to and confirmed in writing between individuals and the Foundation University administration whichever is the Sponsored Program Administrator All recruitment and appointment activities shall adhere to applicable Federal State CSU University and Foundation policies and procedures as applicable including the CSU policy on nepotism In the event that the Principal Investigator is incapacitated resigns fails or refuses to perform the normal and reasonable duties of the position or engages in unprofessional conduct the Sponsored Programs Administrator after consultation with the Dean of the applicable college unit or comparable responsible administrator the Vice Provost for Academic Personnel for faculty PIs or the Director of Human Resources for staff PIs and the Dean of Research and Graduate Programs may remove the individual from the grant or contract and terminate the agreement assign another individual as PI or take other appropriate action In the case of sponsored programs that require scholarly research and or technical effort which cannot be overseen by the Sponsored Programs Administrator suspected problems in performance will be referred to the Dean of Research and Graduate Programs who will confer with the Principal Investigator and appropriate University administrators to evaluate the problem and recommend remedial actions if necessary The Sponsored Programs Administrator shall obtain prior sponsor approval as required Additional employment Additional employment refers to any CSU employment that is in addition to the employee s primary appointment regardless of funding source CSU employment includes all CSU CSU Foundation and other CSU auxiliary employment The Sponsored Programs Administrator shall monitor additional employment and shall comply with the limits established by the CSU

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/policySponsProg.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Conflict of Interest in Research - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    Forms for Research Information for Business and Industry Research Research Policies Guidelines and Forms Conflict of Interest in Research Conflict of Interest in Research Policy General Policy on Conflict of Interest in Research Financial Conflict of Interest FCOI Policy for PHS funded Research Forms Disclosure of Financial Interests Related to Sponsored Projects 800U doc Principal Investigator s Statement of Economic Interest Form 700U pdf Information Conflict of Interest in Research

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/conflict.html (2016-02-13)
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  • CSU Student Research Competition - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    from the 22 CSU campuses submit written papers and make oral presentations before juries of professional experts from major corporations foundations public agencies and universities in California Cash prizes are awarded When May 2 3 2014 Where California State University East Bay Cal Poly Deadline January 13 2014 On campus review of projects is scheduled for Saturday February 8 2014 Information for Cal Poly Colleges and Faculty Advisors University wide

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/src.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Human Subjects Homepage - Human Subjects - Cal Poly
    Poly Policy on Human Subjects in Research Forms Research Project Review To ensure Cal Poly s commitment to protect human subjects in research the University s Human Subjects Committee evaluates research projects for compliance with ethical standards regarding the treatment of human subjects Please refer to the links on this page for information on obtaining approval for and conducting human subjects research at Cal Poly See the Cal Poly Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/indexHS.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Scientific Fraud and Misconduct - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    Research Funding Opportunities Research Policies Guidelines and Forms Policies Guidelines and Forms for Research Information for Business and Industry Research Research Policies Guidelines and Fraud Scientific Fraud and Serious Misconduct Scientific Fraud and Serious Misconduct Scientific Fraud Policy On Being a Scientist Responsible Conduct in Research from the National Academies Press Responsible Conduct in Research from the Office of Reseach Integrity ORI CP Home CP Find It Get Adobe Reader

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/fraud.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Vertebrate Animals in Research - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    pdf Protocol Review Checklist for Required Content doc Protocol for Animal Use Form doc Instructions for Protocol for Animal Use Form pdf Regulations Policies and Standards for the Care and Use of Animal Subjects Other Resources USDA Animal Welfare Information Center USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service APHIS APHIS Animal Care web site APHIS Licensing and Registration Under the Animal Welfare Act Guidelines for Dealers Exhibitors Transporters and Researchers

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/vertebrates.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Opportunities for University Business Collaboration - Research and Graduate Programs - Cal Poly
    example of an individual student project is a senior project or a Master s thesis that fulfills requirements for a baccalaureate or Master s degree respectively An example of a qualifying team project would be a project whose primary purpose is to provide students with project based learning experiences Student centered projects may be funded through a fixed price or cost reimbursable contract between the University and the sponsoring company A low indirect cost rate 8 at present is assessed on such projects Students may be reimbursed for their work but generally faculty who supervise the projects contribute their time Fee for Service A mechanism to facilitate contractual relationships in which standardized services testing analysis etc are provided to multiple sponsors clients These fee for service arrangements allow approved services to be provided and billed to clients in a simplified and efficient manner Letter Contract A streamlined contract used for simple projects whose costs are less than 15 000 A letter contract may be cost reimbursable for fixed price see below A letter contract is particularly suited for exploration of an idea for future research or demonstration of performance capability Cost Reimbursable Contract A contract used for more complex projects carried out by faculty and or students under faculty supervision and described in a proposal for funding that has been reviewed and approved by the sponsoring company The proposal identifies the activity staff duration costs and likely outcomes and is incorporated into the contract The contract also clarifies issues such as payment schedules or milestones governing law intellectual property rights publication rights termination clauses etc Fixed Price Contract A contract similar to a cost reimbursable contract in most respects that allows a lump sum payment for an agreed upon deliverable It is less commonly used because of the uncertainties inherent

    Original URL path: http://www.calpoly.edu/~research/u-bopps.html (2016-02-13)
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    Original URL path: /~rfrankel/magbac101.html (2016-02-13)