Proposal Information Sheet

Please fill out the requested information below and submit electronically by pressing the 'Send' button at the bottom of the screen. The information you submit here is used to generate the internal routing/authorization paperwork for your proposal.
In response to the University recommendation for telecommuting to reduce COVID-19 spread, ORS operations are primarily telework. Please be aware this may affect timing and services offered. We encourage you to work with ORS staff as much in advance of the submission deadline as possible.

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Note: Required Fields are marked with an asterisk(*).


Proposal Information

  Proposal Title:*
  Sponsor(Funding Agency):*
  Is OU a Subcontract?* Yes    No
If yes, they are the sponsor(see first question)
  Is your project funded with Federal Flow Through Money? * Yes    No
  If Yes, agency providing funds to sponsor:
  Specific Program to which you are applying (RFP):
  Web Address for Guidelines:
  Sponsor Contact Information:
(if not listed in guidelines)
  Submission Deadline by GuideLines(Required or Anticipated):*
(If we are a subcontract that organization might have a deadline for their processes prior to the solicitation deadline; PI travel or other issues may also impact Request)
PI Submission Deadline:
  If Submission dates are different, please explain:
  Urgency: *
  Project Period Start:*
  Project Period End: *
  Project Type *
  Method of Delivery: *



Personnel Information

  OU Investigator #1 (Principal Investigator)
First Name* Middle Initial Last Name* Status
Principal Investigator

Department * Credit % * Alt. Department Credit %

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OU Investigator #2
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Sponsored Research Incentive - SRI Split

The SRI credit on a grant will accrue based on the percentage research credit of each PI or co-PI and his/her base appointment, including those with split appointments unless a special SRI agreement is in place.


PI Contact Information

  Telephone #* Email Address *
Identify different Contact (Secretary, Asst, etc):

Project Information

Please evaluate the following carefully!
This information will become part of your authorized proposal. Its accuracy will affect the University's ability to accept your grant/contract/award.

    Yes No Reset

  Is this proposal OU-Tulsa related? *

  Are you an OUHSC Stephenson Cancer Center member? *

  Is this proposal being submitted by an University Strategic Organization (USO)? *
  If Yes, please select an Approved USO from the list: *
  If applicable, select a second Approved USO from the list:

  Is additional research space required? *

  Does existing space need renovations? *

  Is required equipment requested? *

  Does the project require support from specialized University facilities? *
  If Yes, have those costs been included in the budget?

  Will this project involve the Kessler Atmospheric & Ecological Field Station? *

  Will Mesonet Data or Usage be needed for this project? *

  Will this project involve the use of any ARRC facilities (e.g., RIL, RaXPol, PX1000)?*

  Is use of big data and/or research IT resources requested (OSCER supercomputing, PetaStore large scale research dataset storage, OU research cloud, Informatics professionals)?*

  Will the University Cleanroom in Devon Energy Hall be used for this project?*

Intellectual Property Information

All research has the potential to result in legally-protectable intellectual property (patents and/or copyrights). The following questions are designed to allow the Intellectual Property Management Office (IPMO) to identify and assist you in protecting and commercializing the resulting intellectual property as required by University policy (University of Oklahoma Faculty Handbook, Norman Campus, Section 3.29). See more information regarding Patents and Copyright.

If you have any questions regarding intellectual property, or the appropriate classifications thereof, please contact the Intellectual Property Management Office at 325-3800.

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  Does the proposal involve the development of a technology and/or software currently on file with the University's Office of Technology Development? *

  Are inventions, software, symbols, names, designs, or possible commercial products/processes (Intellectual Property) anticipated as a result of this work or project? *

  Will this proposal contain confidential information related to Intellectual Property which has not yet been disclosed to the University's Office of Technology Development? *


* By checking this box, I acknowledge that I shall comply with the University of Oklahoma Intellectual Property Policy and that I will work with the Office of Research Services and other University offices as applicable to follow any regulations and statutes that apply to inventions or creations that result from this work or project, including but not limited to adhering to the Bayh-Dole Act.

Conflict of Interest

A Conflict of Interest refers to a situation in which financial or other personal considerations may compromise an Employee's professional judgment in carrying out his/her University responsibilities that include but are not limited to teaching, research, service, contract administration, and purchasing. The University's policy regarding Conflicts of Interest for the Norman campus may be found in Section 5.10 of the Faculty Handbook.

In this policy the term Conflict of Interest ("Conflict") means (1) an actual conflict of interest exists, or (2) the potential exists for a conflict of interest to occur, or (3) there appears to be a conflict of interest; i.e., if made public, it could discredit the Employee or the University. The term also includes a Conflict of Commitment. Employees are expected to know and comply with the applicable laws and policies related to their appointment as University/State Employees.

* Are there any potential conflicts of interest with this submission (this includes any of the OU team, involved organizations (sponsor, subcontracts, consultants), etc.?
Yes     No
* Are there any potential nepotism issues with this submission (this includes any of the OU team, involved organizations (sponsor, subcontracts, consultants), etc.?
Yes     No
* Is this a National Institutes of Health (NIH) or other Public Health Service (PHS) proposal (note this can include sponsors such as FDA, American Heart Association, etc.?
This includes flow through funding from these entities. Click here for a list of PHS components
Yes     No
* By checking this box, I acknowledge the information above and agree to work with the Office of Research Services and other University offices as applicable for any proposed agreement involving conflict of interest issues. This includes notification of conflicts that develop after award (before award close-out).

Export Regulation Compliance

Most sponsored research at the University of Oklahoma is not subject to U.S. export control regulations. However, some research projects may trigger export control regulations, particularly those involving:

  • Restrictive contractual clauses (publication restrictions, citizenship requirements, etc.).
  • Physical exports (sending or hand-carrying OU equipment to another country).
  • Traveling to, or interacting with organizations or individuals located in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria or other OFAC-sanctioned countries.
  • Defense articles and controlled technical data identified on the United States Munitions List (USML)
  • In the event that a proposed research agreement involves export control issues, you will be required to work with the Office of Research Services, as well as the Office of Export Controls, to resolve these issues. The University reserves the right to decline a proposed agreement/award if the export control issues are overly restrictive, ambiguous or otherwise not manageable under the circumstances.

* Does the current proposal involve sending or hand-carrying OU items, equipment, or materials to another country?
Yes     No
* Does the current proposal involve the fabrication of hardware, equipment, or materials (including biologicals)?
Yes     No
* Does the current proposal involve designing, developing, modifying, or otherwise working with or furnishing assistance related to defense articles or controlled technical data identified on the United States Munitions List?
[Examples of defense articles and controlled technical data can be found here, and the entire USML can be found here.]
Yes     No
* Does the current proposal involve any foreign military forces or units?
Yes     No
* Does the current proposal involve developing encryption products?
[More information can be found on encryption products on the OEC website, http://exportcontrols.ou.edu/guidelines/index.html , under "encryption"]
Yes     No
* Does the current proposal involve the furnishing of assistance (including training) in the integration of a satellite or spacecraft to a launch vehicle, including both planning and onsite support OR the furnishing of assistance (including training) in the launch failure analysis of a satellite, spacecraft, or launch vehicle?
Yes     No
* Will non-publicly available information be required for this research (for example, will you need access to third-party proprietary technical data in order to perform the research)?
Yes     No
* Do you intend to publish, teach, or otherwise share information arising during or resulting from your research with the interested public?
Yes     No
* By checking No below, I certify that the current proposal shall not provide, use, or obtain any covered telecommunications equipment or services as defined in Section 889 of the FY2019 National Defense Authorization Act to the Government in the performance of any contract, subcontract or other contractual instrument resulting from this solicitation. [For a list of covered equipment click here. More information on Section 889 can be found here, and a brochure outlining the Act here.] If covered equipment will be provided, you will need to provide disclosure information to your PDS during proposal development.
Yes     No
* By checking this box, I acknowledge the information above and agree to work with the Office of Research Services and Office of Export Controls for any proposed agreement involving export control issues.

Compliance Information

  Does your project include? Yes No If Yes, please mark whether Pending, Not Applied For, or, Approved Date (If Approved) Reset

  Human Subjects *

  Vertebrate Animals *

  Recombinant DNA *

  Biohazards/Select Agents or Toxins *

  Radioisotopes *

Subcontract Information

  Please specify your subcontract status: *
Your proposal HAS subcontract(s)
NOTE: If you indicate a subcontract is involved your responsibilities as a PI for subcontracts are summarized in general here (award and sponsor requirements may include additional requirements). Submission of the info sheet indicated confirmation that you are aware of the general requirements.
No subcontracts involved
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If you are including subcontracts in your proposal, please provide the following documents to Proposal Services:
  • Subcontactor's institutional approval letter
  • Budget
  • Budget justification
  • Statement of work
  • Other requirements needed by the agency
Subcontract Information:
Name of Institution:
Address of Institution:    (Address Line 1)
   (Address Line 2)
City, State, Zip:

Subcontract's Faculty/PI Information:
Name:
Department or Title:
Email:
Phone:
Fax:

NOTE: If you have multiple subcontracts, please explain in the Additional Information section at the end of this form.

Budget Information:

Provide your current estimates if possible; we know at early stage limited information on actual budget and cost share numbers may be available.

Maximum Request Allowed:
Does sponsor require cost sharing? Yes No
If Yes, percentage required: % or amount
Cost sharing:
If you plan to include cost-sharing, whether required or not, please identify Item(s), Source(s) and Amount(s) in the boxes below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Facilities & Administrative Information (Formerly Indirect Costs - IDC):
Does sponsor limit recovery of IDC? Yes No
If Yes, percent allowed is: %
Where in guidelines or sponsor website is the limited IDC restriction listed, if known:

If you believe this project is not research or on-campus and/or that is should not be full idc then you should review the instructions for Activity Code and Rate Considerations and submit a request form to your PDS here.


Additional Information:

Did the government relations firm Lewis-Burke (L-B) play a part in your proposal development process? (Check all that apply)
No
I learned about this funding opportunity from a L-B news distribution by the CFE or OVPRP
I consulted with L-B about this funding opportunity. You will be contacted at a later date for those items.

Please share any additional comments or information about this proposal in the box below:


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In response to the University recommendation for telecommuting to reduce COVID-19 spread, ORS operations are primarily telework. Please be aware this may affect timing and services offered. We encourage you to work with ORS staff as much in advance of the submission deadline as possible.