The Federal Demonstration Partnership is a cooperative initiative among 10 federal agencies and 154 institutional recipients of federal funds for Phase VI. Our Chair and Vice-Chair are Dr, Richard Seligman from the the California Institute of Technology and Dr. Michele Masucci from the Temple University. The FDP is a program convened by the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable of the National Academies. Its purpose is to reduce the administrative burdens associated with research grants and contracts. The interaction between FDP’s 450 or so university and federal representatives takes place in FDP’s 3 annual meetings and, more extensively, in the many collaborative working groups and task forces that meet often by conference calls in order to develop specific work products.

The FDP is a unique forum for individuals from universities and nonprofits to work collaboratively with federal agency officials to improve the national research enterprise.

 

 

FDP Expanded Clearinghouse

This initiative has been authorized by the Federal Demonstration Partnership to use on-line entity profiles in lieu of subrecipient commitment forms to obtain information needed by pass-through entities when they are issuing subawards or monitoring their subrecipient entities.

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FDP FCOI Clearinghouse

This initiative provides a central location for educational institutions and other entities to document that they are in compliance with the PHS Financial Conflict of Interest (FCOI) rules and regulations.

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FDP Committees

The committee structure provides the core abiltiy for the FDP to do its work. All projects and initiatives are created and performed within specific committees, subcommittees or working groups.

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Current Initiatives

A list of demonstrations, pilots and projects that are currently underway within the FDP.

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Announcements

NSTC Meeting Held on Tuesday, June 9

The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), with management guidance from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), hosted a meeting of the NSTC Joint Committee on the Research Environment (or NSTC J-CORE) on Tuesday. Led by senior government officials who chair the NSTC Committee on Science and the NSTC Committee on the S&T Enterprise, J-CORE is composed of four independent sub-committees each tackling a key issue critical to the future health and well-being of the American R&D ecosystem:

-The Subcommittee on Safe and Inclusive Research Environments

-The Subcommittee on Rigor and  Integrity in Research

-The Subcommittee on Research Security

-The Subcommittee on Reducing Administrative Burdens

The meeting summary is available on OSTP’s Documents and Reports page at: https://www.whitehouse.gov/ostp/documents-and-reports/

Meetings

2019 *New Meeting Location*
Omni Shoreham Hotel

Hotel Information Sheet

-   September 22-24, 2019