Non-Funded Agreements


“Non-Funded Agreements” (NFAs) generally refer to research-related contracts with collaborating entities that convey no funding to the University and that must be institutionally reviewed, negotiated as needed and signed by the Office of Sponsored Programs. These agreements are increasing in terms of volume, complexity and significance to the UVA research enterprise. Some examples of NFAs include (but are not limited to) Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), Teaming Agreements, Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs), Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs) and Data Use Agreements (DUAs).

You can find the NFA form here, and the instructions here.