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Debt – Nondelinquency 4: Institutional, Managerial, Financial Capability 5: Completion of Work within Time Frame 6: Certification Regarding Responsible Conduct of Research. Access by Agency and Other Authorized Representatives 2: Drug-Free Schools and Communities 3: Promotions Based on Merit 4: Wage and Hour Acts. Drug-Free Work Force 2: Recombinant DNA Molecules 3: Endangered Species Act 5: Certification Regarding Prostitution and Sex Trafficking. Discrimination based on Race, Color, National Origin 2: Equal Opportunity; Nonsegregated Facilities 3: Affirmative Action El 4: Discrimination based on Sex 6: Discrimination based on Handicap 7: Discrimination based on Age 8: Discrimination based on Drug Abuse 9: Discrimination based on Alcohol Abuse Safe Drinking Water Act 3: Flood Disaster Protection Act 4: National Environmental Policy Act; E.

Coastal Zone Management Act fo Wild and Scenic Rivers Act 9: Ep Preservation Acts; E. Toxic Chemical Release Reporting. Contract and Grant Officers should obtain relevant information from the Principal Investigator through a check box on the proposal routing slip or equivalent before completing this certification.

The campus Accounting Office should notify the campus Contract and Grant office if it becomes aware of any disallowance of costs on Federal grants to the campus that have been settled in favor of the government but have not been paid and are not in the process of being paid.

The campus may also want to review its procedures for payment of invoices from Federal agencies particularly the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Federal grant application NIH. Certify that the applicant has the legal authority and the managerial and financial capability to conduct and complete the project; that it will establish a proper accounting system in accordance with generally accepted accounting standards or agency directives; and that it will cause to be performed any required audits.

Implement any University-accepted auditor recommendations arising out of the campus A audit dealing with internal controls. With respect to the Cost Accounting Standards certification, check boxes 5 and a in Part I so complete subpart a as follows: Certify that the applicant will initiate and complete the work on the grant within the applicable time frame.

Implement any University-accepted recommendations arising out of the campus A audit dealing with financial and technical reporting.

SF B, 4 pdf. Under NSF funding, grantee must complete certification that institution e a plan to provide appropriate training and oversight in the responsible and ethical conduct of research to graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral researchers supported by NSF. No certification for NIH is required at this time.

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Certify that the applicant will give the agency and other authorized representatives access to and the right to examine all records related to the award. Certify that the applicant will keep alcohol and drug abuse patient records confidential to the extent required by 42 USC dd-3 and ee Scientists, administrators and others having custody of patient records pertaining to Federally-funded alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs should be aware of the necessity to consult with the campus records coordinator before responding to any request for the release of such patient records.

Certify that the offeror or applicant will provide a drug-free workplace by notifying employees that unlawful drug use is prohibited and specifying what actions will be taken against employees for violations.

Establish an on-going drug-free awareness program that includes employee notification and, as appropriate, rehabilitation.

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Comply with agency-specific regulations as applicable. Give all employees a copy of the University policy on substance abuse. Report drug-related convictions to the funding agency within 10 days of receiving notice of a conviction from the employee, and take appropriate corrective action or require such employees to participate satisfactorily in approved drug-abuse assistance or rehabilitation programs.

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For grant applications, identify the workplace s where the grant will be substantially performed, either in the grant application or in a record kept in the grant file. Inform the granting agency if such workplace s change during the grant period.

Implement any University-accepted recommendations in this area arising out of the campus A audit. On a one-time basis, certify that the grantee institution has adopted and implemented a drug fo program.

Implement the University Policy on Substance Abuse, which includes annually giving each employee a copy of the policy and conducting biennial reviews of the campus substance abuse program. Each campus has already submitted the required one-time certification.

Certify that the applicant will comply with the Intergovernmental Personnel Act of 42 USC Chapter 62, Sections relating to prescribing standards for merit systems for certain Federally-funded programs. Because the Hatch Act does not apply to University employees, campus Contract and Grant Officers should routinely line out or mark as “not applicable” any references to this Act in certifications.

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As a last resort, if none of these three options is available, the funding agency should be notified that the Hatch Act is not applicable to University employees. In proposals for certain DoD contracts, usually those involving access to classified information, the offeror must certify that it will institute a drug-free work force program that includes employee assistance, supervisory training, provision for self-referrals to treatment, and random drug testing.

When a drug-free work force certification is required by the contract, an employee assistance program must be established and employees working under the contract in “sensitive positions” must participate in a drug testing program. Because drug testing ro employees is controversial, this clause should not be accepted without careful planning and coordination with campus 1738 and staff personnel on the project to determine how the campus will comply with the requirements.

The campus should have a designated office s responsible for securing required permits and providing ro reports for research projects that will involve the taking or importation of protected marine mammals or marine mammal products. Certify that the applicant will comply with environmental standards for the protection of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act ofas amended 16 USC Chapter 35, Sections ff [Pub.

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The campus should have a designated office s responsible for securing required permits and providing required reports if a research project will involve the import or export of endangered or threatened species.

No further campus action is required, though the campus may decide to periodically confirm on-going compliance. At least once every two years, the campus personnel office should confirm that the campus has a current affirmative action plan. Certify whether the offeror has developed and filed affirmative action programs as required by the Secretary of Labor.

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At least once every two years, the campus personnel office should confirm that the campus has a current affirmative action plan that includes special disabled and Vietnam el veterans. Certify that the applicant will comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments ofas amended 20 USC Chapter 38, Sections andNondiscrimination Based on Sexwhich prohibits discrimination in the provision of grant-supported services on the basis of sex.

Certify that the offeror or applicant will comply with Section of the Rehabilitation Act ofas amended 29 USCNondiscrimination e Federal Grants and Programswhich prohibits discrimination in the provision of grant-supported services on the basis of handicaps. Certify that the applicant will comply with the Age Discrimination Act ofas amended 42 USC Chapter 76which prohibits discrimination in the provision of grant-supported services on the basis eoo age.

Certify that the applicant will comply with the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Amendments of 42 USC dd-1as amended, relating to nondiscrimination on the basis of drug abuse. The Act prohibits discrimination, by hospitals that receive Federal support, in admission or treatment of drug abusers solely because of their drug abuse.

Certify that the applicant will comply with the ADAMHA Reorganization Act, as amended, relating to nondiscrimination on the basis of alcohol 111738 or alcoholism. The Act prohibits discrimination, by hospitals that receive Federal support, in admission or treatment of alcohol abusers solely because of their alcohol abuse.

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Do not accept any Federal grant that would require the displacement and relocation of persons or acquisition of their property unless such actions will be accompanied by fair wo reasonable relocation payments and assistance paid for by the funding agency. 117338 that no facility to be used in the performance of the contract or grant is listed on the EPA List of Violating Facilities [now merged with the Federal Debarment List], and that the work performed will not violate 11783 clean air implementation plans.

Lease agreements with The Regents as tenant should and normally do contain language requiring the landlord to notify the tenant of any environmental hazards, and to comply with all fo State and Federal laws.

Campus officials responsible for leases should be aware of their responsibility to inform the campus Contract and Grant office whenever: Certify so the applicant will protect underground sources of drinking water pursuant to the Safe Drinking Water Act ofas amended, 42 USC f et seq.

At least once every two years a review 17138 be fo to confirm on-going compliance with CEQA. If the Contract and Grant office has reason to believe that a particular proposal is for work that may have a negative impact on underground sources of drinking water, the campus Facilities Management or planning office should be notified.

State-owned property is generally exempt from these flood insurance requirements. If FEMA assistance has been requested, however, then flood insurance may be required; any such obligation is handled by the Office of the President Risk Management Office.

No further campus action is required. Certify that the applicant will comply with environmental standards which may be prescribed pursuant to institution of environmental quality control measures under the National Environmental Policy Act of 42 USC Chapter 55, [Pub.

If the Contract and Grant office has reason to believe that a particular proposal is for work that may have a negative impact on the environment, the campus Facilities Management or planning office should be 117388.

If the Contract and Grant office has reason to believe that a particular proposal is for work that may have a negative impact on protected wetlands, the campus Facilities Management or planning office should be notified. The campus Facilities Management or planning office is responsible for complying with applicable provisions of the State’s coastal zone management program. At least once every two years a review should be conducted to confirm on-going compliance with such programs.

The campus Facilities Management or planning office is responsible for complying with applicable provisions of the State’s outdoor recreation plans. At least once every two years a review should be conducted to confirm on-going compliance with such plans.

If the Contract and Grant office has reason to believe that a particular proposal is for work that may have a negative impact on protected historic properties or archaeological sites, the campus Facilities Management or planning office should be notified. Certify that the applicant for PHS-funded training grants will provide all trainees, as appropriate, instruction in the utilization of universal precautions and infection control procedures for the prevention of the transmission of bloodborne diseases.

At least once every two years, the campus Environmental Health and Safety office should confirm that the campus has a current Exposure Control Plan or equivalent designed to eliminate or minimize exposure to bloodborne pathogens, and that PHS-funded trainees will receive appropriate instruction.

Check box iv on the certification. Items Requiring Routine Monitoring. Research Policy Analysis and Coordination. Wage and Hour Acts Special Situations 1: Relocation Assistance Environmental Issues 1: Guidance Contract and Grant Officers should obtain relevant information from the Principal Investigator through a check box on the proposal routing slip or equivalent before completing this certification.