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External Use of

Core Facilities

Philip Hockberger

Director of Core Facilities

Office for Research

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • FY10 Survey of CFs on External Customers
  • Federal Compliance Issues
  • Meetings with Stakeholders
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Processing a “Service” Request
  • Pre-Approved “Service” Agreements
  • Annual Reporting of Unrelated Business Income
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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • FY10 Survey of CFs on External Customers

14 CFs responded “Yes”

74 For-Profit Organizations

27 Non-Profit Organizations

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Core Facilities with External Customers – FY10

DND-CAT IMSERC

Instrument Shop IBNAM-Equipment Facility

NUANCE Magnet & Low Temperature Facility

Genomics Core Biological Imaging Facility

X-Ray Diffraction Facility RHLCC Flow Cytometry Facility

High Throughput Analysis Lab

Materials Processing & Microfabrication Facility

Human Embryonic and iPS Cell Facility

Optical Microscopy & Metallography Facility

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • For-Profit Organizations using CFs - FY10 (partial listing)

Dow Chemical American Semiconductor DuPont

ThermoFisherGlaxcoSmithKline Wrigley

General Electric Metagenomix Kraft Foods Global

Monsanto Cabot Microelectronics Applied Thin Films

SP Industries Advanced Abrasives Arcmelt

Atlas Materials Testing Baxter Healthcare Battelle

Engis Corp. Fenwal Inc. Functional Coating Tech.

Microlink Devices QuesTecAstera

NanoInkNanosonixNanosphere

SPS NanoCeramicsViamet Pharmaceuticals Immpheron Inc.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Non-Profit Organizations using CFs - FY10

Purdue University Washington Univ. Colorado State Univ.

Wayne State University Florida Atlantic Univ. Howard University

University of Chicago Michigan State Univ. University of Georgia

Loyola University, Chicago NorthshoreUniv. Health University of Kansas

DePaul University Rosalind Franklin Univ. University of Kentucky

Illinois Institute of Technology Southern Illinois Univ. University of Illinois, Urbana

Lake Forest College Uni. Texas San Antonio Virginia Commonwealth Univ.

DuPont Hospital for ChidrenOklahoma Health Sciences

Univ. of Illinois, Chicago Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Art Institute of Chicago Univ. of Wollongong, Australia

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Federal Compliance Issues

OMB Regulations

A21 – Cost Principles for Educational Institutes (1998, 2004)

A122 – Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations (2004)

IRS Regulations for Tax-Exempt Organizations

Unrelated Business Income (UBI) Tax

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External Use of Core Facilities– P. Hockberger

  • Meetings with Stakeholders
  • McCormick School of Engineering
  • Associate Dean for Research
  • Corporate Relations
  • Weinberg School of Arts & Sciences
    • Associate Dean for Research
  • Feinberg School of Medicine
  • Vice Dean of Sci. Affairs
  • Director for Research Core Planning
  • Office for Research
  • Vice President for Research
  • Office for Sponsored Projects
  • Innovation & New Ventures Office
  • Office for Research Safety
  • Office for Risk Management
  • Controller’s Office
  • Office for Cost Studies
  • Office of General Counsel
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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Policies and Procedures

Preparing for Doing External Work *

Northwestern University requiresa cost study to establish pricing for services

or instrument usage by external customers. The Office of Cost Studies is

Available to help you establish appropriate pricing.

[Note: External pricing should be the calculated without any university

subsidies and should include 60% overhead rate. Higher rates are possible

if the market rate is higher or additional fees are necessary to cover

non-standard administrative costs, e.g., lawyer fees. Lower rates are possible

but must be approved by all internal organizations providing subsidies.]

* For a non-profit or for-profit organization outside of NU

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 1:Will NU faculty, staff (including post-docs), or students be

contributing intellectually to the project or data collection? Will any NU

intellectual property be used in the provision of services? Will there be any

NU claim to intellectual property resulting from the use of services or instruments?

No (to all 3 questions) – Continue to question 2.

Yes (to any question) – Please contact the Office for Sponsored Research and

determine whether this work requires a research agreement, contract or grant

proposal. If OSR determines it to be non-research, continue to question 2.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 2:Is the customer’s employer a U.S. organization?

No – Please contact the Office for Sponsored Research and determine

whether import or export controls are involved. If approved by OSR,

continue to question 3.

Yes – Continue to question 3.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 3:Will the work involve non-NU personnel working in your facility?

Will the customer be bringing data and/or materials (software, chemicals,

monoclonal antibodies, cell lines, transgenic animals, etc.) to campus to

analyze and/or test?

No (to both questions) – Continue to question 4.

Yes (to either question) – Please contact the Office for Research Safety

and determine whether visitors working in your facility, and/or the materials

they plan to bring, need to be enrolled in ISIS. Visitors will also need to

provide a Certificate of Insurance from their organization to the Office for

Risk Management. Once completed, continue to question 4.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 4:Will the customer be sending you data and/or materials

(software, chemicals, monoclonal antibodies, cell lines, transgenic animals, etc.)

to analyze and/or test?

No – Continue to question 5.

Yes – If data and/or materials are sent to you, please contact the Office for

Research Safety and/or the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

to determine whether this transfer of materials requires their approval.

[Please note: external customers are not allowed to send NU any materials

that are toxic, contagious, hazardous in nature or which are regulated by the

FDA, EPA, or other federal agencies with the authority to control regulated

substances and materials.] Once approved, continue to question 5.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 5:Does the customer require a legal agreement from the

University (even if NU does not)?

No – Continue to question 6.

Yes – Please discuss the Laboratory Service Agreement (on OR core

facilities website: External Customers) with the customer to determine

whether this will satisfy their requirements. If so, then contact the Director

of Core Facilities to expedite the Agreement. After approval, continue to

question 6. If this will not satisfy their requirements, please contact the

Director of Core Facilities to discuss your customer’s needs.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

Processing a “Service” Request for an

External Customer (non-research activity)

Question 6:Does the customer plan to pay with a purchase order

(which typically has conditions that are not acceptable to NU including

warranties, quality assurances, etc.)?

No - You are now ready to perform work for the external customer.

Provide the customer with a quote consisting of a Statement of Work

and associated pricing schedule.

Yes – Please contact the Office for Sponsored Research for approval

of the purchase order. Once approved, then you are ready to perform

work for the external customer.

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Pre-Approved “Service” Agreements

Office for Research Website Instructions

http://www.research.northwestern.edu/facilities/customers.html

http://invo.northwestern.edu/agreements

NUIT Website Instructions

http://www.it.northwestern.edu/policies/nda.html

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External Use of Core Facilities – P. Hockberger

  • Annual Reporting of Unrelated Business Income
  • To be included in Annual Report starting in FY12:
  • Name of Customer
  • Name of Customer’s Organization
  • For-Profit or Non-Profit Status of Organization
  • Total Income Received for Services during
  • previous Fiscal Year (Sept – Aug)