CU Address, AOR, & Fiscal Representative

Applicant Organization Name:

The Regents of the University of Colorado

University of Colorado
Office of Contracts and Grants
3100 Marine Street
Room 481, 572 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0001

(303) 492-6221
Fax: (303) 492-6421

Officials authorized to sign for CU:
Gary Henry
Assistant Vice Chancellor for
Research & Director,
Office of Contracts and Grants
(303) 735-6624

Awards and Checks payable to:

The Regents of the University of Colorado

University of Colorado Boulder
Campus Controller's Office
PO Box 910220
Denver, CO 80291-0220

Individuals authorized to accept payments for CU:

David Scarbeary-Simmons
Director, Research Financial Services
Please send remittance advice to

Organizational Codes & Numbers

UEI: SPVKK1RC2MZ3 (replaces DUNS as of April 2022)

DUNS: 00-743-1505

Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) / Employer Identification Number (EIN): 84-6000555

For NIH & Other PHS agencies:

DHHS Animal Welfare Assurance #: D16-00388

AAALAC Accredited: June 12, 2018

DHHS Human Subjects Assurance #: FWA00003492

Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) Code: 4B475

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code: 8221

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code: 611310

See secondary codes below

Federal Interagency Committee on Education (FICE) Code: 001370

Contractor Establishment Code (CEC) : 805 367270

Misconduct in Science Filing Date: April 28, 1997

VETS-100 Registration Number: W006751

University Established: 1876

NSF Institutional Code: 0013706000

NIH Institution Profile (IPF) and Research Misconduct (RM) Assurance Number: 1199902

Congressional District: 2nd Colorado (CO-002)


European Commission PIC: 997329751

System for Award Management (SAM) expires 11/14/2023


Federal Work Authorization ID: 1173583

Company ID: 1173583

Date of Authorization: February 24, 2017

North American Industry Classification System Codes

Primary NAICS Code
611310 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
Secondary NAICS Codes
334220 Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing
541330 Engineering Services
541513 Computer Facilities Management Services
541715 Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (Except Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)
813920 Professional Organizations
Cognizant Contract Administration Office & Individual

Bernard George
Administrative Contracting Officer
Office of Naval Research
Fully Remote Operations
(530) 620-7409


Cognizant Federal Audit Agency and Individual

Mr. Patrick J. Cogley
Regional Inspector General for Audit Services
HHS/OIG Office of Audit Services, Region VII
601 East 12th Street
Room 429
Kansas City, MO 64106 
(816) 426-3200

State of Colorado Auditor

Ms. Dianne E. Ray, CPA 
State Auditor
State Services Building
1525 Sherman Street, 7th Floor 
Denver, CO 80203-1700

Facilities & Administrative (F&A) Rates
Fringe Benefit Rates

Per University policy, fringe benefits are charged on all salaries for University employees working on sponsored projects. 

This includes part-time employees, anyone at less than 50% appointment. If the employee is not benefit eligible, there is still a reduced fringe benefit rate to cover workers comp, etc., charged to the contract/grant. The current fringe benefit rate for part-time employees is available through the links below on the Campus Controller’s Office Webpage.

Fringe Benefit Rate Links:

DHHS Negotiated Agreement
Current Year's Rates on the Campus Controller's Office Website

Inflation Rates

Inflation Factors (4-yr average annual change) as of 5/29/2021

Salaries & wages for investigators, post-doctoral research & graduate research assistants 2.5%
Classified salaries 3%
Hourly wages 2.88%
Graduate Resident Tuition 3%
Graduate Non-resident Tuition 3%
Fringe Benefits 2.0%
All other costs - Denver-Boulder CPI average 2.2%

FY 2022 Inflation Factors Memorandum effective July 1, 2021

Graduate Research Assistant Support (Salaries & Tuition)

Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs) are supported on sponsored research projects per a monthly contracted salary. The Graduate School establishes the varying rates used by colleges, departments and institutes based on students' qualification. Current rates for 0.5 FTE are outlined in the tables below.

Tuition remission for GRA is estimated in accordance with the eligibility requirements set in the Graduate Student Appointment Manual. Eligibility is based on GRAs percent of effort for each academic semester. The per credit hour rates are established each academic year by CU Boulder Bursar's Office. GRA salary and tuition must be charged proportionally.

Effective 1/1/2023

Campus Minimum: 50% time, monthly rate: $2,685.43

These amounts are only in effect for AY or 12 month appointments and need to be adjusted if students are appointed for single terms.

*Some departments define these pay categories differently, e.g., Pre-prelim, Post-prelim, Post-comps.

College of Arts & Sciences



Applied Mathematics



Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences



Atmospheric and Oceanic Science









Ecology and Evolutionary Biology



Environmental Sciences



Geography $2,810.98 $2,960.22




Integrative Physiology












College of Eng. & Applied Science






Aerospace Engineering Science



Biomedical Engineering $2,877.00 $2,992.00

Chemical and Biological Engineering



Civil, Environmental, and Architecture



Computer Science



Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering $2,987.00 $3,090.00
Environmental Engineering $2,838.00 $2,971.00
Materials Science and Engineering $2,740.22 $2,740.22
Mechanical Engineering $2,838.00 $2,971.00
Institutes Pre-Comps. Post-Comps.
CIRES $2,810.98 $2,960.22
IBG $2,685.21 $2,685.21
INSTAAR $2,810.98 $2,960.22
JILA $2,810.98 $2,960.22
LASP $2,900.00 $3,113.00
Leeds School of Business Pre-Comps. Post-Comps.
Business PhD $3,013.33 $3,013.33
CMCI Pre-Comps. Post-Comps.
Info Science PhD $2,965.70 $3,173.11