How to choose the correct Anticipated Award Type

Anticipated Award Type: One of the following must be chosen when building a proposal development record:

This information is used as a primary source field for routing, reporting and setting up center numbers/entering information into the General Ledger (GL). For an abbreviated Indirect Cost and Expense Code Definitions and Combinations chart please see below. If you have questions regarding the below list, please contact the Office of Sponsored Programs.

  • Grant-Research: (19:190)
  • Grant-Fellowship-Pre-Doc Training: (81:180)
  • Grant-Fellowship-Post-Doc Training: (81:180)
  • Grant-Construction: (20:240)
  • Grant-Career Award: (91:190)
  • Grant-Training: (81:180)
  • Grant-Conference and Symposiums: (20:200)
  • Grant-Equipment: (20:240)
  • Contract-Federal Bid: (19:190)
  • Contract-Research: (19:190)
  • Contract-Fellowship\Pre-Doc Training: (81:180)
  • Contract-Fellowship\Post-Doc Training: (81:180)
  • Contract-Conference and Symposiums: (20:200)
  • Contract-Research Career Award: (91:190)
  • Contract-Training: (81:180)
  • Contract-Program Project/Center: (19:190)
  • Contract-Public Service: (20:200)

Code Description Definition Example
19;190 Research Centers representing research activities supported by research and development contracts and grants FUNDED BY THIRD PARTIES, including activity supported by University cost sharing specifically identified to those contracts and grants. All centers coded 19 have a formal application and approval process. EXAMPLES: Centers with research activity funded by third parties through a formal application and approval process. Includes federal (such as NIH R-01 awards) and non-federal research investigatorships and faculty fellowships (such as the American Heart Association (AHA), Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF), March of Dimes, American Cancer Society, etc.)
20;190 Research Centers representing activities that are SPONSORED BY THIRD PARTIES as contracts or grants that ARE NOT READILY IDENTIFIABLE SOLELY TO ANY OTHER FUNCTION. EXAMPLES: Centers with combinations of 20, 190 should only include non-federal drug studies.
20;200 Public Service Centers representing activities that are SPONSORED BY THIRD PARTIES as contracts or grants (either Federal or non-Federal) that ARE NOT READILY IDENTIFIABLE SOLELY TO ANY OTHER FUNCTION. EXAMPLES: Contracts and grants funded by third parties that support the public service activities of the University, such as Community Service Programs, workshops, seminars, and conferences beneficial to individual and groups internal and external to the University.
20;240 Operation & Maintenance of Plant Centers representing activities that are SPONSORED BY THIRD PARTIES as contracts or grants (either Federal or non-Federal) that ARE NOT READILY IDENTIFIABLE SOLELY TO ANY OTHER FUNCTION. EXAMPLES: Contracts and grants funded by third parties that support the physical plant of the University.
81;180 Sponsored Training Centers representing trainee activities supported by sponsored training grants and/or fellowships FUNDED BY THIRD PARTIES. Trainees supported by departmental funds and NOT by sponsored training grant funds should be classified as Instruction. EXAMPLES: Centers representing third party funding of training grants and fellowships where recipients (who are not faculty) are not paid through payroll and the primary purpose of the grant is training, such as T and F awards from PHS (e.g. T32, F32, etc.) and Howard Hughes Medical Institute and K awards to students/post docs for training or instructional activities.
91;190 Research Activities involving the training of individuals in research techniques where such activities utilize the same facilities as other research and development activities and where such activities are not included in the instruction function. EXAMPLES: Centers include Research Scientist Development Awards (K awards), where the award is to faculty members for salary support on research projects.