Purdue University Indirect Cost Rate Agreement

How long does it take to process my proposal documents? Due to the complexity of some proposals, sponsorship delays and the possibility of cooperation between internal deadlines of institutions and/or sub-contracts, this time frame can vary considerably. It is extremely important to contact the pre-price as soon as you know you are going to submit a proposal. A good rule of thumb is to give at least two weeks to process a proposal and longer for subcontractors and/or cost contributions. My project is about animal issues, how can I do that? www.purdue.edu/research/research-compliance/regulatory/care-use-of-animals/ What is cost-sharing? Cost sharing is part of the total cost of a project funded by the university or other third parties, not by the sponsor. When awarding research grants, some sponsors, particularly some federal agencies, require participation in the costs. This means that some of the project costs must be reimbursed by other means. Pro OMB-Kreis-Nr. A-110 should not be used as cost-sharing. All sources of cost-sharing must be identified and authorization obtained from the person who has the expenses of these funds.

All cost-share obligations must be audible, applicable and verifiable. A number of examples of cost-sharing are the efforts of scientific faculties; Purchasing equipment, supplies and materials for a project Third-party contributions, in cash or in kind. It is IP`s responsibility to discuss cost-sharing obligations with its department head, the college and the TEV. What are the indirect costs? Indirect costs or facilities and administrative costs (AR) are the university`s expenses to accommodate a faculty member`s project. The R and the D cannot be easily identified with a specific sponsored project, but is essential to the realization of a project. Utility companies, depreciation and use premiums are examples of the investment component of the indirect cost rate. Some examples of the administrative component are salary settlement, credit accounts, purchases, sponsored accounting, sponsored programs and relationships between alumni and university institutions. Includes the cost of books and library materials purchased for the library, net of all revenues from libraries considered applicable credits.

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