YALE POLICY ON THE REVIEW OF SPONSORED PROJECTS
University policy states that all sponsored project proposals must be reviewed by the Office of Grant & Contract Administration (GCA) and have University signature approval prior to submission to any sponsor. This approval signifies that Yale accepts responsibility for administering the sponsored project, providing adequate facilities and services, and for complying with applicable University, sponsor and government policies and regulations.
To find the appropriate GCA staff person to contact relative to the review of a proposal, please refer to GCA’s staff departmental assignment list.
A minimum of five working days should be allowed for administrative review prior to submission. Proposals must be accompanied by a Yale University Transmittal Form (TranSum) - PPDev Form 1304 FR.03.
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