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Summary: Certify whether the offeror is a corporation, individual, partnership or nonprofit organization.
Reference: Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) 52.215-06
Guidance: Check the box on the certification that the offeror is a nonprofit organization.
Summary: Certify whether the offeror is totally or partially immune from tort liability to third persons.
Reference: FAR 52.228-06
Guidance: Check the box on the certification that the offeror, as a State institution, is partially immune from tort liability.
Summary: Certify whether the offeror is a small business.
Reference: FAR 52.219-01
Guidance: Check the box on the certification that the offeror is not a small business concern.
Summary: Certify whether the offeror is a women-owned business concern.
Reference: FAR 52.204-05
Guidance: Check the box on the certification that the offeror is not a women-owned business concern.
Summary: Indicate whether, and if so where, the offeror intends to use one or more off-site facilities.
Reference: FAR 52.215-06
Guidance: As applicable, check on the certification whether in the performance of the contract the offeror intends to use one or more facilities located off-campus, and, if so, provide the off-campus addresses and, if not University-owned, the name of the facility owner.
Summary: Used only when the government is obligated to pay a royalty applicable to the proposed acquisition because of a license agreement between the government and the patent owner, and performance of the contract will involve payment of such royalties or license fees.
Reference: FAR 52.227-07
Guidance: If the funding agency notifies the offeror that the above situation is the case, the offeror must state whether it is the owner of or licensee under the patent.
Summary: Used to give the offeror a chance to identify any data or computer software to be furnished in the performance of the contract that the offeror does not what the Government to have unlimited rights in.
Reference: FAR 52.227-15
Guidance: After obtaining confirmation from the Principal Investigator, the campus Contract and Grant office should check the appropriate box on the certification whether any of the data or computer software to be delivered under the contract will be delivered with limited or restricted rights, and identify any such data or software. If no notification is given to the government that any of the data or software to be delivered will be submitted with limited or restricted rights, then the government will obtain unlimited rights in any data or software delivered. For further information, see C&G Memo 84-31 (11/19/84), Rights in Data Issues and Clauses/University Copyright Policy.
Summary: Recipients must comply with Public Law 108-447, Div. J, Title I, Sec. 111(36 U.S.C. 106 note), which requires each educational institution receiving Federal funds in a Federal fiscal year to hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on September 17 during that year for the students served by the educational institution.
Guidance: University provides annual guidance letter. 2010 letter example.