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Transparency in Research: Federal Agency Disclosure Requirements

Updated May 2024

NEW - the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) publsihed enw Common Forms, including:

And a new chart for detailing additional requirements through the NSTC Pre-award and Post-award Disclosures Relating to the Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support

Federal funding agencies will be announcing their implementation timelines for the new forms.

NSF will implement the forms using SciENcv effective for all proposal deadlines on or after May 20, 2024. See the new NSF PAPPG (24-1) for more information.

Federal agencies have established requirements and guidelines for investigators to disclose all forms of research funding, in-kind support of research, and detailed information about significant research collaborations related to federally funded projects. All forms of support must be reported, regardless of where it comes from or where the research is being performed. Federal sponsors are particularly interested in foreign collaborations on federally funded projects. Click on the agency-specific pages to review the requirements. Contact Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) with any questions.

The menu below contains links to various agency communications related to international collaboration/foreign components.

Thank you to Michelle Christy for assistance with this site.