Nov 3, 2016 · 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. · Friend Center Room 113 (Convocation Room)
Export control regulations are designed to protect US national security, prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, protect national resources, and support international agreements and human rights. In short, export control regulations apply to the shipment of items/commodities overseas and the transfer of information and technology to foreign nationals - activities conducted each day at Princeton. This Introduction to Export Controls class will provide staff in the sciences departments with an overview of US government export control regulations and how they apply to activities at Princeton University. Princeton University policy ensures that research projects conducted at the university are exempt from export control regulations. However, export control regulations may still apply to activities at the university, including: - Disclosure of a research sponsor’s proprietary information to foreign persons - Shipment of equipment out of the US - Sharing technical data on export controlled equipment with a foreign person in the US - Working with entities/individuals that have been debarred by the US government - Activities involving entities/individuals in sanctioned countries
Nov 15, 2016 · 9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. · Friend Center Room 113 (Convocation Room)
This brand new session, a follow up to last year’s Life Cycle of an Award, will take participants through the entire process of proposal development at Princeton, from reviewing the sponsor RFP through submission of the proposal and post-submission requirements. Along the way, we will touch on issues such as cost sharing, subawards, export controls, sponsor electronic systems, and the many internal and external policies that affect proposal preparation and submission. This session is appropriate for departmental administrators of all experience levels. Coffee, juice and bagels will be provided.
Dec 7, 2016 · 9:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. · 87 Prospect Avenue - 2nd Floor Conference Room
his session is a deviation from our usual Coffee with ORPA format. Instead of a slide presentation for a large group, this session on advanced budget development is intended for a smaller audience, with a more conversational tone. It will include case studies to be sent out to participants in advance and discussed during the session, as well as brief presentations and discussions on more complex budgeting issues such as unusual sponsor budget requests, cost sharing and inclusion of indirect costs, the NIH salary caps, and much more. This session is appropriate for experienced departmental administrators who have a deep familiarity with submitting proposals to federal sponsors, particularly NIH, Department of Energy, and Department of Defense. Coffee, juice and bagels will be provide