Institutional Information

Codes and Numbers  
DUNS Number (Data Universal Numbering System) 172750234
EIN or TIN (Employer/Taxpayer ID Number) 63-0477348
CAGE Code (Commercial & Governmental Entity Code) 1NZ96
Human Subjects FWA (Federal-wide Assurance) expires 11/01/16 00001602
IACUC Animal Welfare Assurance number (Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee) A3288-01
Congressional District AL-001
OPE Number (Office of Post-Secondary Education) 00105700
IPEDS Code (Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System) 102094
NACIS Classification Code (North American Industry Classification System) 611310
NSF Fastlane Awardee Code (National Science Foundation) 0010579000
NIH Institutional Profile Number (National Institutes of Health) 130401
DHHS EIN number (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services) 1630477348A1

 

Institutional Official Contacts  
Applicant Legal Name University of South Alabama
Type of Applicant (for SF-424 Forms) Public/State Controlled Institute of Higher Education
Authorized Organizational Representative (AOR)* Ms. Lynne U. Chronister, Vice President for Research and Economic Development
Contact Address

Office for Research & Economic Development University of South Alabama

307 N. University Blvd., AD 200

Mobile, AL, 36688-0002

Phones & Email Address

Phone: (251) 460-6333

Fax: (251) 460-7955

awards@southalabama.edu

**Use "awards" for proposals in lieu of the VP's personal email address

Contact for Pre-Award Negotiation & Post-Award Administrative Issues

Ms. Gina Hedberg, Director

Sponsored Projects Administration, AD 200

(251) 460-7888

ghedberg@southalabama.edu

 

Contact Person for Financial Administration

Ms. Julie Ann Schwindt, Director

Research Accounting, AD 350

(251) 460-1379

jschwindt@southalabama.edu  

 

 

*Official who is designated to give assurances, make commitments, and execute such documents on behalf of the University of South Alabama as may be required by federal and state agencies and other organizations which provide financial assistance to the University. The signature of an authorized official certifies that commitments made on grant proposals can be honored; and ensures that all sponsored agreements conform to federal regulations, agency guidelines, and University policies.