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Re: Transferring a grant Jon Elizabeth Hart 11 Dec 2001 10:09 EST

Debbie,
I don't know if it's a formal regulation, but it's certainly their
policy.  I have never been able to do it - they usually say "work it out
between yourselves" which means we try to work out a temporary billing
arrangement.
Joni.

At 10:52 AM 12/10/01, you wrote:
>I thought I recalled that the NIH policy (or old PHS policy) prohibited the
>transfer of a grant in the last 6 months of the grant period; but I don't
>see anything about it in the NIH Policy Statement (II-53-55).
>
>We have a faculty member trying to transfer a grant (and equipment) in the
>last six months of a no-cost extension period--and no competing continuation
>has been submitted.
>
>Does anyone know if there is any prohibition on moving a grant in the last
>six months?
>
>Thanks!
>
>Debbie Smith
>
>Deborah (Debbie) L. Smith, Ed.D.
>Director, Research Administration
>UT Health Science Center
>8 So. Dunlap, Suite C-109
>Memphis, TN  38163
>(901) 448-4823
>(901) 448-7600 fax
>xxxxxx@utmem.edu
>
>
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