Equipment Transfer Agreement (MTA): an agreement regulating the transfer of research materials between the university and a third party. These agreements are concluded through the Technology Management Board. International agreements may contain several agreements. An agreement could, for example, include the exchange of a number of higher education graduates and provide for faculty exchanges, or a general statement of intent could define a collaborative research agreement. There are partnership agreements between the university and another institution or organization to fulfill a common mission, such as teaching or research training. Among the types of membership agreements are subawards. These are agreements between an institution that has a sponsored agreement (Prime Awardee Prime Awardee the institution that executes the main agreement with the sponsor) and another institution (Subrecipient Subrecipient The legal person to which a subcontractor is awarded and which is responsible for the use of the funds made available to the beneficiary). Sub-recipients must comply with the administrative provisions of the main price. Other terms that are used are subsitheus or sub-grante. (Source: NCURA Online Subaward Tutorial, 2006)) to whom she transfers some of the work. The sub-price agreement contains elements of the Prime Agreement Prime Agreement The prize document of the sponsored sponsored project, which the Prime Awardee received directly from the sponsor. between the sponsor and the winner, taking into account many of the conditions agreed by the external sponsor and the main winner.
A subaward covers the entire relationship between the main winner and the sub-receiver. As a result, outsourcing will include provisions relating to payments, financial reporting, intellectual property, publication rights, data retention and many others. Advice contract: a personal agreement between teachers or other academic staff and outside institutions in which the university is not involved. This activity is independent of the university and the agreements are not signed or verified by the university. Cooperation agreements involving researchers from more than one organization may develop formally at the beginning of the preparation of the proposal or be formally required by a funding agency as part of a proposal. Where there is cooperation with a staff member of a commercial enterprise, it is necessary to formalize a cooperation agreement with the university and to address intellectual property rights. Cooperation agreements with a commercial enterprise must be verified by Contracting Services. If collaboration exists between a researcher from the University of Arizona and a non-University of Arizona, a non-company auditor, a statement of intent is considered a proven method.