This policy is created in order to:
As one of the nation’s leading research institutions, the University of Wisconsin-Madison recognizes the importance of providing good stewardship of institutional and extramural funds. The University’s stewardship responsibilities include complying with federal requirements for subrecipient monitoring and management.
Support for the faculty’s research goals is critical to the success of the University. The purpose of this document is to foster excellence in research by promoting the successful support and management of subawards throughout the sponsored projects life cycle. Subaward activities are important at many stages in a research program:
All faculty and staff who engage in or propose to engage in sponsored projects; All federal and nonfederal sponsored projects.
It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison that all researchers who engage in sponsored projects will comply with University policies and sponsoring agency regulations regarding the proposing, establishing, monitoring, and managing of subaward agreements on those projects.
Principal investigators, faculty, and academic staff who are involved in proposing, executing, directing, or managing sponsored projects with subawards are responsible for:
The University will manage subaward agreements in accordance with 2 CFR 200, the Uniform Guidance, including:
Further information about the University’s procedures for this policy are available on RSP’s website at: