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UEI: S352L5PJLMP8 • CAGE: 2K291
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Awardee Type
Parent (5 children)
Name
Emory University
Headquarters
Atlanta, GA
United States
Federal contract and grant recipient EMORY UNIVERSITY (UEI S352L5PJLMP8, CAGE 2K291) is headquartered in Atlanta GA. Its primary registered NAICS is 611310 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools. The tax-exempt corporation was founded in January 1915 and federally registered in September 2001.

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Federal Registration and Certifications

Legal Name
EMORY UNIVERSITY
Division Name
OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROGRAMS
UEI
S352L5PJLMP8
CAGE Code
2K291
SBA Certifications
None
Self Certifications
None
Entity Structure
Corporate Entity (Tax Exempt)

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