The purpose of this opinion is to allow the extramural community to clarify the definition of fixed-amount sub-primes, particularly with respect to their use in clinical trials and other types of human studies. Historically, NIH has funded clinical studies and other types of study costs for human germs through awards to coordination centers that fund individual sites through consortium agreements or purchasing service agreements. NIH does not change this model. However, many recipients have questioned whether they are required to use fixed amounts for the distribution of bonus funds. That is why NIH clarifies the distinction between a partial fixed-rate premium and a fixed-rate agreement. Before granting grants, DRL reserves the right to reduce, revise or increase proposal budgets based on the needs of the LRD and the availability of resources. The Leahy Act prohibits the ministry from supporting foreign aid if the Minister of Foreign Affairs has credible information that the unit has committed a flagrant violation of human rights. In accordance with 22 USC No. 2378d (a) (2015) “no assistance is granted to any security unit of a foreign country, in accordance with this chapter [FOREIGN ASSISTANCE] or the Arms Export Control Act [22 USC 2751 ff.] if the Secretary of State has credible information that this unit has committed a flagrant violation of human rights. Restrictions may apply to any project to assist the police or other law enforcement agencies. Of these, under Section 620M of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 as amended (FAA), no assistance can be provided by this possibility of financing to a unit of the security forces of a foreign country, if it is credible that such an entity has committed a flagrant violation of human rights. In accordance with the requirements of FAA Section 620M, also known as the Leahy Act, project beneficiaries or participants of a foreign government`s security forces may be screened before providing assistance by the ministry. If a proposal for a financial assistance or cooperation agreement will help foreign security forces or personnel, compliance with the Leahy law is necessary.
The prices covered in Chapter 200 CFR (sub-chapter A to F) apply to all non-federal agencies, with the exception of support premiums for foreign individuals and public agencies. Sub-chapters A to E apply to all foreign organizations, and Chapters A to D apply to all for-profit entities in the U.S. and abroad. The applicant/receiver of the award and all sub-recipients in the award must comply with all applicable conditions, as well as the insebabilization requirements and certifications that form part of the price notification.