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FDP Meeting
September 21-23, 2016
Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill
Washington, DC

Meeting Agendas, Minutes and Presentations are available as PDF files for viewing and printing which requires the free Acrobat Reader.


Thursday, September 22, 2016

New Member Orientation

Plenary -
Federal Agency Updates

NIH Update
NSF Update
EPA Update
NASA Update
AFOSR Update
NIFA Update
GUIRR Update

Open Government -
DATA Act Session

Data Act PMO (DAP) Section 5 Pilot Status, Chris Zeleznik

Data Coalition, Hudson Hollister

- NIH Single IRB

Faculty Lunch Forum

Data Stewardship Working Group Luncheon

FFATA Luncheon

Committee and Task Force -- Concurrent Session 1

Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report on Federal Research Grants

GAO representatives provided an update on their report issued in June 2016, Federal Research Grants - Opportunities Remain for Agencies to Streamline Administration Requirements.

Emerging Research Institutions (ERI)

Navigating NIH Grants Processes for Emerging Research Institutions

Faculty Workload Survey Working Group

Faculty Research Pipeline Working Group

Committee and Task Force -- Concurrent Session 2

Uniform Guidance: Opportunities for Reform, D. Avon, J. Gindhart, D. Backman, and E. Bemmel, 


Subawards Subcommittee, J. Barron, A. Hamaker, A. Humphrey and S. Scott

NSF FastLane and Modernization

NSF FastLane and Modernization Working Session, B. Daus
Video of Session
Link to survey mentioned in session

Conflict of Interest Working Group

Committee and Task Force -- Concurrent Session 3

NSF FastLane and Updates, B. Daus

Expanded Clearinghouse, L. Arias, J. Barron, P. Webb, J. Thatcher, and C. Renner

NSF IPA Program: Enhancing Our Partnership, J. Tornow, M. Rubenstein, G. Ratliff, R. Wakimoto and B. Strausser 

Faculty ERI Working Group

Faculty Engagement Working Group

Friday, September 23, 2016

Committee and Task Force -- Concurrent Session 4

Membership Standing Committee

Committee and Task Force -- Concurrent Session 5

Faculty Committee

OSTP Science & Technology Agenda, K. Koizumi


Controlled Unclassified Information, Information Security Oversight Office, P. Viscuso

Plenary - NAS Committee on Federal Research Regulations & Reporting, H. Rabb

Concerned that research institutions, faculty, and staff are committing unprecedented time and resources complying with federal regulations and policy, Congress requested that the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine undertake a study of regulations governing research institutions.  The study was conducted in two parts with the final report, Optimizing the Nation's Investment in Academic Research:  A New Regulatory Framework for the 21st Century, issued in June 2016.