Download this page as a PDF 

Name: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Address: 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
Cable address: MITCAM
TELEX number: 92-1473
County: Middlesex
Congressional District: Seventh (MA-007 for Grants.gov)
Type of organization: Private, non-profit, educational
Incorporated in: Massachusetts
Date of incorporation: April 10, 1861
Number of employees: 10,500
IRS tax exemption: Letter dated July 9, 2001
   
Federal Employer I.D (TIN). #: 04-210-3594
Mass. Tax Exempt #: E042-103-594 (dated 06/04/54)
Agency Symbol # (FICE): 75-08-9701 (federal interagency code)
Vendor code #: 042-103-594-000-1
Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) code #: 80230
Mass. Employee Claim #: 72-002250
DUNS Contractor #: 00-142-5594
Veteran's Employment &
Training Services (VETS100/100A)
Date of Compliance
September 1, 2015
Federal Wide Protection of Human Subjects Assurance #: FWA00004881
OHRP IRB Registration number (for COUHES): 00000522
DHHS Animal Welfare Assurance #: A3125-01
DHHS Date of Compliance - Misconduct in Science: 02/24/10
PHS Account #: 1042103594A1
NSF Institutional Code #: 002 178 2000
NIH IPF number: 4911501
NAICS Code: 611310
SIC Code: 8221
CAS Disclosure Date: March 1, 2012
System for Award Management (SAM) MIT maintains an Active registration in SAM. For the current expiration date, go to www.SAM.gov and under “Search Records” enter 001425594 for DUNS Number Search.
Indirect and Secondary Cost Rate Agreement: Negotiated with ONR. Current MIT F&A and Fringe Benefit rates can be found at:
http://osp.mit.edu/rates
Cognizant Auditor: ONR

Beth Snyder
Contracting Officer, Indirect Cost Branch
Office of Naval Research (BD242, Room 368)
875 N. Randolph Street, Arlington, VA  22203
Email:  beth.snyder@navy.mil
Phone T, W, F:  571.329.4785
Phone M, TH:  703.696.5755

ONR Resident Representative:

Mr. Eric Garfield
Office of Naval Research
495 Summer Street, Room 627
Boston, MA
02210-2109

Telephone: 617-753-4228 or eric.garfield@navy.mil

Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA)

Dominic Tristaino
1 Main St.
Cambridge, MA. 02139
Phone: 617-252-1028 or dominic.tristaino@dcaa.mil

Audit Status and A-133 Audits See current and past audit reports.
Debarment MIT is not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible or voluntarily excluded from participation in any Federal department or agency.
Delinquency of Federal Debt MIT is not delinquent on repayment of any Federal debt including direct and guaranteed loans and other debt as defined in OMB Circular A-129, “Managing Federal Credit Programs”
FCOI Policy Statement MIT has an active and enforced conflict of interest policy that is consistent with the provision of 42 CFR Part 50, Subpart F “Responsibility of Applicants for Promoting Objectivity in Research” and 45 CFR Part 94 “Responsible Prospective Contractors.” : MIT’s COI policy provides that: (1) all financial disclosures will be made related to the activities that may be funded by or through an agreement with the US Government, and which are required by MIT’s conflict of interest policy, and (2) all identified conflicts of interest have or will have been satisfactorily managed, reduced or eliminated in accordance with MIT’s conflict of interest policy prior to the expenditures of any funds under any resultant agreement with the US Government and within a timely manner sufficient to enable timely FCOI reporting. MIT’s conflict of interest policy is consistent with the revised regulations effective August 24, 2012.
Responsible Conduct in Research MIT maintains an Institutional Plan to meet NSF’s Educational Requirements for the Responsible Conduct of Research, as required under the “America Competes Act” Public Law 110-69-August 9, 2007. MIT has a training program in place and will train all graduate and undergraduate students, and post docs in accordance with the NSF’s RCR program.
Lobbying (for federal projects only) MIT’s policy is that no payments have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with any federally proposed project.
Felony Convictions MIT has not been convicted of a felony criminal violation under the Federal law with the preceding 24 months.
Executive Compensation Reporting MIT is exempt from reporting the executive compensation for its five highest compensated executives. Information is made available to the public in accordance with section 6104 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Articles of Incorporation Articles of Incorporation at the MIT website

http://web.mit.edu/corporation/charter.pdf

EOE/Affirmative Action Policy MIT EOE/Afffirmative Action Policy website: 

 http://web.mit.edu/policies/7/7.1.html#sub2

Statement on MIT's Approved Accounting System

MIT’s cognizant Federal agency, ONR, does not issue letters of authorization for accounting systems. However, MIT’s cognizant Federal auditors, DCAA, continually review all MIT systems and internal controls