Institutional Data and Related Information for Grant Applications
Certain key information regarding Pacific University is frequently requested for grant applications, such as Pacific's Unique Entity Identifier, DUNS number, federal tax ID number, congressional districts, and contact information for institutional officials. You can find this information here (in Box), along with helpful data and links to develop your proposal and project budget.
There are a variety of passwords, accounts, and user names associated with grant submission portals, including the National Science Foundation's Research.gov system, Grants.gov, and the eRA Commons system. To set up user accounts for access to these systems, contact OSSP.
Need university demographic data to include in your proposal? Check out the information available from Pacific's Office of Institutional Research and Assessment's data center.
OSSP has a series of documents that may be of assistance as you develop your proposal, including:
- A letter from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service confirming our 501(c)(3) non-profit status
- The university's federally-negotiated Facilities and Administration rate (indirect costs) letter
- Access to Audited financial statements from the most recent financial year
Finally, Pacific University is a member of the Federal Demonstration Partnership's Expanded Clearinghouse. Pacific's institutional information can be found here.