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Policies and Guidelines
The Office of Sponsored Programs and Rersearch supports the research and scholarship activities of Longwood faculty and staff by facilitating compliance with the numerous policies and procedures required for the proper stewardship of sponsored programs including
- governmental laws and mandated regulations
- sponsor guidelines and policies
- University guidelines and policies.
External funding is an integral part of the academic environment. Longwood encourages faculty and staff members to seek external support for research and scholarship that will contribute to the generation of new knowledge. The ultimate responsibility for managing these projects belongs to the project director, assisted by the OSPR and your departmental chair and staff.
All applications, proposals, and contracts for research, training, and other sponsored activities, are made in the name of Longwood University. The Board of Visitors has empowered a select number of officials to request and accept grants, contracts, and other related agreements on behalf of the University. Thus, only those officials designated by the Board of Visitors of Longwood University may bind the University. This policy is facilitated through the proposal certification and routing process.
The external funding process at the University is dictated by federal regulations established by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and other regulations, guidelines and instructions in the notice of grant award or award letter when receiving federal or state funds. In the use of non-federal funds, the University must comply with the award agreement and University policy.
"Cost Principles for Educational Institutions" 2 CFR part 220 ( formerly A-21)
"Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Other Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals and Other Non-Profit Organizations" 2 CFR part 215 ( formerly A-110)
"Audits of States, Local Governments and Non-Profit Organizations" A-133 (29 CFR part 99)