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Below are common forms used by the Albany State University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. In addition, links to some common forms used by various funding agencies are also provided for your convenience. Please keep in mind that as more agencies move toward online submission of proposals and applications, the use of printed forms will become obsolete.
The following forms may be completed and printed online. You will need Acrobat Reader to access the routing forms. If you do not have this program, you may download it FREE by clicking on the program's icon below. Please contact our office if you encounter difficulties with these forms.
- Albany State University Proposal Initiation Form
- Albany State University Faculty Release Time Form
- Albany State University Time and Effort Reprting Form
- Albany State University Technical Assistance Workshop Application Form
Federal Standard Forms
Below are several links to some of the most commonly used forms as well as agency specific links. Most allow completion of the form while online or allow you to download the form to be completed on your computer.
- United States Federal Forms: The United States Federal Form Library in some instances has downloadable software that will allow you to complete many standard as well as some agency specific forms online.
- United States Department of Education Forms: The United States Department of Education offers a comprehensive web page that will allow you to download the forms to your favorite computer software (ex. MS Word or Adobe) for completion and printing.
- Standard Form 424: Although this is the web page for the National Institute of Justice grant programs, it offers one of the easiest methods of completing the standard SF-424 Application Face Sheet. By filling in the requested information on the template at this page, you can generate an approved SF-424 directly to your desktop.
- Department of Health and Human Services Health Support Center: The Department of Health and Human Services Health Support Center's web site has links for several DHHS or NIH forms.
Please keep in mind that web pages are not 100% reliable. Some contain glitches and many expire.