US Federal Grants

US Federal Government funded grants are subject to a uniform base set of requirements, also known as Uniform Guidance.

These requirements are applicable regardless of whether UBC is a primary recipient (ie. funded directly by the US Government Agency) or a sub-recipient (ie. funds coming from a pass-through entity such as another University, but ultimately originating from a US Government Agency).

  • US Department of Health and Human Services funded grants (such as NIH and FDA grants) are subject to 45 CFR 75.
  • All other grants are subject to 2 CFR 200.

Please refer to the "Terms and Conditions" section of the award documents for your grant for details of any constraints on the grant funding.

For more information, download the US Federal Awards Fact Sheet.

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