By working with non-federal research organizations, we try to apply our Federally-negotiated rates because the UC sees the application of these rates as a proxy for full cost coverage. However, some non-federal sponsors have guidelines that do not allow the application of UC`s research and development rates. In these cases, a derogation from UC policy may be granted prior to the submission of a grant proposal. Agency for Health Research and Quality The Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ) is tasked with establishing evidence to make health care safer, quality, more accessible, equitable and affordable, and to cooperate within HHS and with other partners to ensure that evidence is understood and used. AHRQ grants support research to improve the quality, efficiency, accessibility and cost-effectiveness of health care. Administration for Children and Families The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) promotes the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals and communities. ACF`s programs are designed to enable families and individuals to increase their economic independence and productivity; Promote strong, healthy and supportive communities that have a positive impact on children`s quality of life and development; Partner with front-line service providers, states, localities and tribal communities to identify and implement solutions that go beyond traditional program boundaries; Improving access to services through planning, reform and integration Address the needs, strengths and capacities of vulnerable populations, including people with disabilities, refugees and migrants. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA`s) Office of Partnerships (formerly The Division of Federal State Relations) promotes several competitive scholarship/cooperation agreements each year on food and feed safety and human health issues. These grant agreements/cooperation agreements provide federal agencies with the opportunity to improve or develop new and existing programs to support the protection of products for human or animal use.
b) The National Institute of Health, department of financial advisory services, sets indirect cost rates and similar rates for use in contracts awarded to profit organizations. Each UC campus develops and negotiates, in coordination with UCOP, a research and development tariff agreement with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Cost Allocation Services. The formulas of these negotiated collective research and development agreements apply to all projects funded outside, including U.S. government authorities and non-federal sponsors, to calculate the specific indirect costs to prohect. For most U.S. government-funded grants, federally negotiated management facilities and collective agreements (R-D) agreements, calculated on the assumption of full cost coverage, are applied in accordance with CFR 200.414 (c) (1). Department of the Ministry of the Interior of the Inspector General. This link provides basic guidance on where and how indirect cost proposals can be submitted in order to obtain a currently negotiated indirect cost rate for federal grants and contracts for which DOI is known. This link is provided because DOI is responsible for negotiating indirect cost agreements with many Indian tribal organizations. National Institutes of Health The National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide financial support in the form of grants, cooperation agreements and contracts. This support supports the promotion of the NIH mission for improving health, extending a healthy life and reducing the burdens associated with illness and disability.
While the NIH awards many research-specific grants, we also offer scholarships that support research-related activities, including scholarships and training, career development, scientific conferences, resources and construction.