Tools for UNH Researchers

Subrecipient vs Vendor Agreement

Subrecipient:   A subrecipient holds responsibility for significant programmatic activities under a UNH sponsored program.  When Federal funds are passed to a subrecipient entity, that entity must adhere to all applicable Federal program compliance requirements.  UNH is responsible for monitoring the subrecipient’s performance and compliance.

How to Determine if Revenue is a Gift or Sponsored Program

What’s essential?

There are numerous ways in which private, programmatic support is offered to and received at the University of New Hampshire, including gifts, grants and contracts.  Each varies in how revenue should be accepted and administered, and what the sponsor should reasonably expect to receive in return for providing support.  

Cost Principles

What’s essential?

In administering federally sponsored awards, UNH must comply with federal cost principles as established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-21, "Costs Principles for Educational Institutions."

Essentials for Project Directors / PIs

January 10, 2012

Dear UNH Research Community,

The Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research (OSVPR) has prioritized high quality services to support UNH Principal Investigators (PIs). Recognizing that PIs are responsible for most aspects of sponsored research, including compliance with institutional policy and federal regulation, the OSVPR is committed to providing information to help PIs succeed.

UNH Identification and Assurances

UNH Identification/Assurance Numbers and Dates and Other Information Relevant for Sponsored Programs

Dun and Bradstreet Number (DUNS Number)

(For all agencies except U.S. Dept of Education)



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