Key Takeaways 1. Subsidies and cooperation agreements are very similar. 2. The differences lie in the details of implementation (i.e., cooperation agreements are accompanied by “substantial participation” by the federal agency). 3. There are also legal implications of these different agreements, so read the agreements carefully and discuss them with the lawyers. Dave, yes, they can be. But it really depends on the specific funding possibility – which is the main purpose of the grant. As long as the grant achieves this goal, funding can support all or part of a 508-compliant website. For other questions, we advise you to contact the grant funding agency or the cooperation agreement concerned, as we are not in a position to provide binding answers to this question. A cooperation agreement can be a highly specialized research award, in which federal employees are among the relatively few experts in this field. In this case, the award can be defined as a “cooperation agreement,” since federal officials and non-federal recipients will conduct the joint research in one way or another.
It`s a scam. You never have to pay a fee for a federal grant, especially the one you didn`t ask for. Please read this article: blog.grants.gov/2016/06/28/answers-to-your-grant-fraud-questions/ Hello Johnnie, you have to look and then apply for federal grants. Please read this article that goes through this process and links to other research points: blog.grants.gov/2016/06/22/exploring-eligibility-individuals-seeking-grants-for-house-repairs/ you come from this webinar with an effective understanding of the difference between managing a grant and a cooperation agreement. You will also receive practical instructions for using your know-how in the uniform guidance environment. The distinction between subsidies and cooperation agreements concerns the existence or absence of substantial participation. In research activities, significant involvement is likely when a federal collaborator assists, directs, coordinates or actively participates in the project. This essential participation is most common, either through the management (1) of the allocation of resources between sub-projects, sites or institutions, or through active participation (2) in the conduct of research.