Include Subrecipients in a Proposal Budget
Prepare and submit a proposal that includes a subrecipient.
Principal Investigators (PIs) and administrators preparing proposal budgets that include funds for a collaborating organization or institution (subrecipient).
Before including a subaward in a proposal, PIs and administrators should consider the ability of the subrecipient organization to perform the work and adequately manage the administrative and financial responsibilities in accordance with the subaward terms and conditions.
1. Gather required documents from the proposed recipient. The following are required for OSP review:
- Budget, including direct and facilities and administrative (F&A) costs.
- Budget justification; detail should conform to sponsor proposal instructions.
- Scope of work describing the portion of the project that the subrecipient investigators plan to do.
- Subrecipient Commitment Form (doc) completed and signed by subrecipient's authorized official.
2.The subrecipients direct and indirect costs need to be included in the University's budget as direct costs. Additionally, only the first 25k of the total subcontract budget should be calculated in the direct cost base.
3. Communicate with the subrecipient when the proposal has been submitted and when the sponsor has made a determination on the proposal.
4. If the proposal is funded, submit a detailed budget to OSP that allocates sufficient funds in the subawards line and request that a subaward/s be established.
Related Policies and Procedures
- Grant Life Cycle > Develop Your Proposal > Obtain Subrecipient Documentation
- Research Handbook > Budget Development > Major Budget Categories > Subcontracts/Subawards
- Forms > Subrecipient Commitment Form (doc)
- Grant Life Cycle > Submit Your Proposal > Electronic Submission & Registration > Cayuse 424