The federal government has long sponsored research at universities because innovations and new technologies help our country prosper and enhance our national security.
Sheet covers12 FAQs on the Indirect Costs of Federally Sponsored Research
Letter to Mick Mulvaney, Director, OMB regarding the need for federal investment in basic research.
The Association of American Universities (AAU), the association of 60 leading U.S. research universities, calls on presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to promote policies that foster innovation, enhance college affordability, attract and retain top international talent, and make the federal investments in research and higher education more efficient.
Costs of Research | Statements | Immigration | Innovation and Competitiveness | The Cost of College | Federal Budget
Report identifies specific actions Congress, the White House, federal agencies, and research institutions should take to reduce regulatory burden.
Sally Rockey, explains indirect costs and how they support research.
RFI: Optimizing Funding Policies and Other Strategies to Improve the Impact and Sustainability of Biomedical Research
Who benefits from federal infrastructure and administrative support funding to research institutions?
This paper describes the financial landscape of research universities and advocates for active collaboration among all stakeholders to address financial risks in a productive manner.