Who has the responsibility for verifying and ensuring “other support disclosures” in applications to the sponsor is accurate? If you answered-the institution applying for and receiving the funds, you are correct.
“Other support” is not to be confused with the “research support” section within the bio-sketch. Refer to this link https://grants.nih.gov/grants/forms/othersupport.htm for guidance as to what info the PI is required to provide in an Other Support as well as samples. Administrators should work in tandem with the PI to ensure all of the active and pending funding sources are accurately referenced as Sponsors use the “Other Support” to make sure there is no budgetary, scientific or commitment overlap. Note there can be serious ramifications for inaccurately reporting other support information, especially when the sponsor is federal, since it involves the use of U.S. taxpayer funds. The severity and length of time for noncompliance determines the type of sanctions received, such as termination of the award. The link for the NIH Extramural Nexus has been included for further reading on the subject (https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/2019/07/11/clarifying-long-standing-nih-policies-on-disclosing-other-support/)