Subrecipient Certification Form
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5. Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training (applicable to NSF funding)
Not applicable because this project is not being funded by NSF, or other sponsor that has adopted the RCR
Subrecipient Organization/Institution certifies that it, in accordance with NSF Proposal & Awards Policies &
Procedures Guide, Part II, Award & Administration Guide (AAG) Chapter IV.B., the organization/institution
has a plan in place to provide appropriate training and oversight in the responsible and ethical conduct of research
to undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who will be supported by NSF to conduct
Subrecipient does not have an RCR training program in accordance with the above and agrees to abide by DU’s
policy and program, located here.
SECTION B - Audit Status
6. Audit Status
Subrecipient receives an annual audit in accordance with OMB Circular A-133.
Most recent fiscal year completed: FY: ______________________
Were any audit findings reported? (If "Yes," explain in the Comments section below.)
Please attach a complete copy of your most recent A-133 audit report or provide the URL link to a
Subrecipient DOES NOT receive an annual audit in accordance with OMB Circular A-133.
Subrecipient is a:
Non-profit entity under federal funding threshold of $500,000 in annual federal awards
For profit entity
Approved for Subrecipient
The information, certifications and representations above have been read, signed and made by an authorized official
of the Subrecipient named herein. The appropriate programmatic and administrative personnel involved in this
application are award of agency policy in regard to subawards and are prepared to establish the necessary inter-
institutional agreements consistent with those policies. Any work begun and/or expenses incurred prior to
execution of a subaward agreement are at the Subrecipient’s own risk.
Signature of Subrecipient’s Authorized Official
Name and Title of Authorized Official
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