Below are a list of regularly-referenced policies and regulations for Salisbury University's Office of Sponsored Programs. For more detailed information regarding any of these policies, please contact Teri Herberger, Director of Sponsored Programs, at 410-543-6066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
7/1/2017: Beginning of FY 18, new procurement regulations become effective. Salisbury University will continue to follow the procurement requirement of OMB Circular A-110 and will utilize the two-year grace period allowed in the Uniform Guidance.
The Fly America Act requires that a person traveling on federal funds use a US flag carrier airline, regardless of cost or convenience. If your grant is funded in any part with federal funds (including federal funds that flow through state and other non-federal sources), coordinate with the Office of Sponsored Programs before booking an international flight. UMD provides this checklist with detailed information on acceptable carriers, and when exceptions may be allowed.
Federal export control policies govern how any research is handled during international travel. Detailed policies will be posted soon. If you are planning international travel on grant funds, please contact OSP to discuss export control.
OSP Policies and Procedures
The following is a list of internal policies and procedures of SU's Office of Sponsored Programs
The purpose of this Policy is to establish the eligibility criteria for who may serve as a Principal Investigator (PI) on research initiatives conducted at Salisbury University. This includes, but is not limited to sponsored projects, and all projects requiring IRB and IACUC approval.
Effort Reporting certifies the percentage of time an employee spends on their various activities, including research, teaching, and administrative Duties. This is used to verify that those being paid for work on a grant have dedicated proper time to grant activities.