You are here

Meaning of Signatures for Grant Submissions

The applicant's signature confirms:

  • The information in the application is complete and accurate to the best knowledge of the applicant
  • The applicant has sufficient space and resources to do the research
  • If an award is made, the applicant:
  1. agrees to abide by the the granting agency/Sponsor's award terms and conditions;
  2. will be responsible for management of the award and will use the award only for the stated purposes in the application; and
  3. agrees to abide by TRIUMF policies and meet all applicable regulatory approvals for research with animals, human subjects, biohazardous materials, environmental impact and controlled goods/export controls.
  • For funding applications to the federal granting councils (CIHR, NSERC or SSHRC), the applicant acknowledges that he/she has read and agrees to the terms of the Tri-Council Financial Administration Guide, to which TRIUMF is signatory

The Division Director’s signature confirms:

  • The applicant has appropriate space available to do the research
  • The Division Director will take responsibility for resolving any over-expenditures

The signature of the Research Grants Officer confirms:

  • The applicant is eligible to apply
  • The application has been signed by the appropriate Division Director
  • If an award is made, TRIUMF is able and willing to administer the funds on behalf of the granting agency in accordance with the guidelines of the granting agency
  • If an award is made, the RSO will notify the granting agency when it becomes aware of any change in status of the awardee
  • If an award is made, TRIUMF will not release funding to the awardee until all award conditions of the granting agency and TRIUMF have been met, including regulatory requirements on the use of animals, human subjects and biohazardous materials