It is often necessary for the researcher to make some kind of registration (national or international) or provide UNICAMP registration data in order to be able to submit proposals. Here are the most used links and registration data:


Registration in MCTIC National Research Infrastructure Platform – PNIPE – required for submission of proposals to FINEP

CATI Accreditation – necessary in the case of projects involving the enjoyment of the benefits of the Information Technology Law.

International transactions

For submission of proposals or participation in projects in the USA

  • Dun & Bradstreet Universal Numbering System (DUNS): 899376974
  • UEI (Unique Entity ID): DJQ9A858R5N5
  • NATO Commercial & Government Entity Code (NCAGE): 00JZK
  • eRA Commons (contact by email
    IPF Code: 222001

For submission of proposals or participation in projects in the European Union

  • PIC (Participant Identification Code): 999550857
  • Pador (Potential Applicant Data Online Registration):
    EuropeAid ID (EID): BR-2020-CSE-1109464214
    LEF ID: 6000079181
  • VAT Identification Number: 46068425000133 (CNPJ Unicamp without symbols)
  • Registration Number: 46068425000133 (CNPJ Unicamp without symbols)

CATI Accreditation

It deals with the necessary accreditation of Institutions to carry out Research and Development activities in Information and Communication Technologies with companies qualified to enjoy the incentives of the Information Technology Law.

To obtain accreditation with the Information Technology Area Committee - CATI, institutions must submit the required documentation, in PDF format (OCR), through electronic petition using the system CADSEI, observing the period from January 01st to June 30th of each year, as stipulated in CATI Resolution 44/2018. The accreditation process can be followed through the service protocol.

If the request is granted, a Resolution is published by the MCTI, valid for two years, which enables the Institution to enter into agreements within the scope of the Information Technology Law with qualified companies.

At Unicamp, all the necessary documentation for the accreditation process must be prepared and submitted by the interested Unit, and the application must be signed by the Rector.

If agreements are proven, pursuant to Law No. 8.248/1991 and amendments, while the resolution is in force, accredited institutions will have their accreditation resolutions automatically extended for 2 years, and so on.

Accreditation is regulated by the CATI Resolution 44/2018, which further establishes and describes all documents required for the submission process.

Additional Clarifications

Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications – MCTIC
Secretary of Digital Policies - SEPOD
Executive Secretariat of CATI
Phone: (61) 2033-8020 / 2033-7646