Congress Restricts Collaborations Between NASA Grantees and China

Congress Restricts Collaborations Between NASA Grantees and China

Jul 16, 2012

Public Law 112-55, SEC. 539, the legislation addressing appropriations for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), contains a brief statement restricting the use of NASA funds. The bottom line is that NASA funds, including ROSES research grants, can no longer be used “…to participate, collaborate, or coordinate bilaterally in any way with China…”

FY 2011 & FY 2012 funding of continuing awards, as well as proposals for new awards, are affected by this restriction.  PRC FAQ for ROSES 2012 explains what this "actually means in practical terms for ROSES grantees."

If you have questions about how this restriction may impact a current award at UNH, please contact your GCA (Grant and Contract Administrator) in the Sponsored Programs Administration office.       Find Your GCA

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