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UMB Overseas Presence
Projects anticipating a sustained overseas presence
Programs that will establish a sustained presence overseas raise complexities that must be addressed early in project planning. In addition to being consistent with UMB's mission and core academic values, these programs must operate in compliance with applicable federal, state, and sponsor requirements as well as with the laws of the country in which project work will take place. Some activities will require that UMB establish legal presence in country in order to implement the program.
If your project will involve one or more of the following, please contact Janet Simons in the Office of Research and Development to discuss your proposal:
- A large dollar amount of spending outside the United States.
- Ongoing UMB operations at an international site.
- Leasing space in the country.
- Hiring employees locally in the country.
- Assignment of UMB personnel to work in the country.
- UMB students located in the country.
- Opening an in-country bank account.
- A memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a foreign government entity, or a collaboration agreement (other than a subaward) with a local institution or partner organization.
If required and approved, registration or other legal presence will be established through Maryland Global Initiatives Corporation, a UMB affiliate.