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GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS POLICY NUMBER 2
 

Summary: GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
POLICY NUMBER 2
GIFTS, GRANTS AND CONTRACTS
Agricultural Experiment Station research scientists are strongly encouraged to obtain grants from
outside sources to complement state and federal funds used to support ongoing research
programs. Grant funds must be used to supplement state and federal funds rather than to replace
these funds. They should not be for the sole and/or specific advantage of a particular company,
individual, or interest. The direction that the Agricultural Experiment Station research program
takes should be within the purview of the Department Head, Associate and Assistant Deans, and
Dean and Director and not dictated by potential granting agencies.
Gifts, grants, contracts, proposals and all external funding must be submitted to the College of
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Business Office for consideration and approval by the
Associate Dean's Office, in the name of The University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc., or
the University of Georgia, as applicable, in any amount. All grants and contracts should be
proposed in an amount sufficient to cover the total costs of such research including staff benefits
and overhead. The College's negotiated rate for overhead must be included in all submissions
unless accompanied by a request for proposals or a statement from the donor or granting agency
that it is the established policy of the donor/granting agency which limits or disallows overhead.
If you are submitting an RFP or adhering to specific guidelines from a sponsor, then
documentation should accompany the proposal. Gifts in support of on-going research do not

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia
Scott, Robert A. - Departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology & Chemistry, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology; Chemistry