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COE Financial Data - Reporting

COE Financial Data

Please complete this survey to report matching and leveraged funds received from each private sector and university partner by Centers of Excellence, Centers of Research Excellence, Base Realignment and Enhancement grant programs. NOTE: You will need to complete this survey for each partner.
Center and Contact information
Partner Information - Enter information for one partner only. (You will need to submit this survey multiple times if you have more than one partner.)



MATCHING FUNDS - contributions from private or public sources that were identified in a center's application as received by or pledged to the center.
Contributions associated with new partnerships may be treated as matching funds if they are replacing the contributions of an original center partner that has withdrawn. Funds qualifying for Matching Funds may be: 1) CASH to be given to the center; 2) CASH RESERVED by a company/partner to be expended on behalf as the project; or 3) IN-KIND - existing assets allocated by a company/partner for the benefit of the project.
LEVERAGED FUNDS - contributions from private or public sources that were not identified in a center's application.
This may include new partnerships and federal awards received after the center received approval. Funds qualifying as Leveraged Funds may be: 1) CASH given to the center; CASH RESERVED by company/partner to be expended on behalf of the project; or IN-KIND - existing assets allocated by a company/partner for the benefit of the project.
INCREASED GRANT ACTIVITY - any additional grant funding that was the result of COE funding.
This funding could include ESPCor, SBIR, STTR or other sources. Supporting documentation for information entered here must be attached to the Functional Review Form (SFN 59144).

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