September 2022 Triannual Meeting


September 12, 2022 - September 15, 2022    
12:00 am

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Quick Meeting Summary 

Federal Agency Update Summary 


Description: The Final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing will become effective on January 25, 2023. In this session, we will hear updates from NIH on their implementation planning for this new policy. We will also discuss potential opportunities for FDP to support implementation efforts while mitigating administrative burdens.
Description: Representatives from the Federal Agency Members will update the membership on activities at their agencies.
  • Speakers:  Department of Homeland Security, Heidi Custer; Environmental Protection Agency, Jennifer Robbins; NASA, Christiane Diallo and Mary Sladek; National Institutes of Health, Michelle Bulls; National Science Foundation, Jean Feldman; Office of Naval Research, Wade Wargo



Description: At this session, our panelists will discuss the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine specifically on the Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian University, the impact on Ukrainian research efforts, and the global impacts on US research with the Ukraine and Russia.
Description: The Contacts subcommittee has formed several workgroups to assess the need for and develop resources as appropriate for the FDP membership. The workgroups presenting include; Contracts Subcommittee Webpage, TC 2.0 Reporting Requirements/Specs, Fundamental Research Model Language Memo, Federal Lab review & negotiation techniques (FFRDC), State requirement flowdowns, and IT Security Clauses/CMMC. This session will include updates from each workgroup on their ongoing activities and allow attendees to provide feedback and suggestions to the committee.
Description: The Research Compliance Committee will provide updates and facilitate discussion around Committee activities, such as the IACUC MOU working group and the progress of the Compliance Unit Standard Procedure (CUSP) initiative.  We will also discuss potential new Committee topics such as Responsible Conduct of Research training.
Description: We will discuss ongoing Thought Exchanges on Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) and faculty engagement, hear updates from the Subawards Subcommittee’s working groups, in particular, Sub Monitoring Tools, and discuss the development of a sample for subawards issued under Other Transaction Authority (OTA) funding. We also plan to provide clarification on registration requirements for subawards, and flowing down a state law in FDP subaward templates. The Expanded Clearinghouse Subcommittee will provide an update on upcoming enhancements to the entity profiles, proposed COI certification additions, and clarification on FDP membership vs FDP Clearinghouse participation.
Description: This session will be a discussion on the recent updates with ScienCV and ORCID.
Description: This will be a Two Part session; the first part will be a panel with our Federal partners providing the latest developments in managing science & security/improper influence issues, including an update on the CHIPS legislation.  The second part will include FDP members that will join the moderators in a discussion of “Connecting the Dots – One Year Later”.  This will be informed by a Thought Exchange and input from the community.

Description: On November 15th 2021, President Biden signed the Build America Buy America Act into law which set out to promote American industry through strengthening Made in America laws. This session will discuss the effect the BABA Act has had on the research enterprise.



Description: Two officials from NSF’s GRFP organization will review important information about the Graduate Research Fellowship Program.  Topics to be covered include the application process (including the importance of faculty mentoring), as well as pre-and post-award administrative requirements for Fellows and administrative officials at awardee institutions
Description: We will share recent updates at NIH, as well as an update to the Treasury Offset Program initiative. We’d like to hear about member challenges and possible FDP initiatives from the community.
Description: This session will focus on several themes related to enhancing collaborations between research faculty and research administrators at their institutions. During the session, FACT members will present and lead session participants in an interactive discussion of different scenarios related to these themes. Finally, the session will conclude with an open dialogue about implementing these ideas.
Description: At this session, the various committees, subcommittees, and working groups will give updates on the latest initiatives, updates, and current issues.