(4) Properly record the UCC funding statement(s) for all devices purchased with federal funds and accept the department`s ability to properly register if the recipient does not (financial support bonuses awarded under the Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) program are exempt from this requirement, unless otherwise stated in the grant agreement); Such a bid is required where the federal share of the grant agreement is greater than $1,000,000 and the contract agent may require it at his discretion if the federal share is less than $US 1,000,000. The funding declaration(s) must be approved in writing by the contract decision prior to registration and must indicate that ownership of all equipment (other than real property) acquired with federal funds under the grant agreement is subject to conditions, in accordance with the terms of this section, and that the government retain an interest in the unshared purchase of the equipment. The EDP`s funding declaration(s) must be filed before the contract manager can reimburse the beneficiary for the share of the equipment at federal level, unless otherwise provided for in the corresponding grant agreement. The recipient also makes changes to funding statements or additional records, impressions Beginning of page 53238, including appropriate prosecution statements, if necessary or as the contract authority may order. (c) when selecting the rules to be included in its retrospective review plan in accordance with Executive Order 13563, DOE credits awarded under a grant, cooperation agreement or technology investment agreement shall be held from the date on which the DOE official signs the award of the contract; However, the beneficiary shall not be entitled to bear, before the beginning of the budget period indicated in the award, the costs in connection with an arbitral award, unless this is authorized under article 600.125 (e), 600.230, 600.317 (b) or 603.830 of that party. The duration of the DOE`s financial commitment shall not extend beyond the expiration date of the budget period indicated in the arbitration decision, unless approved by a DOE official by continuing or extending or extending the budget period. (8) To make known the requirements and provisions of the contracting authority with regard to patent rights relating to discoveries or inventions which are in progress or developed under or under such a contract. . . .