Uf Indirect Cost Rate Agreement
Device Definition: On Or before June 30, 2011, the equipment refers to an object of non-cost material objects with a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $1,000 or more per unit. Effective July 1, 2011, the defined acquisition cost is $5,000. Certification of the BOARD of directors of UPR106 (2017-2018) – amends the certification of the board of directors of UPR 36 (2009-2010). The 100% of indirect costs are allocated to the corresponding unit and used exclusively for research-enhancing projects, as well as additional external resources. Indirect costs, also known as Facilities and Administrative Costs or overhead, are institutional costs that should not be specifically for individual research projects, but are real costs borne by institutes in their day-to-day operations. The total cost of federally funded research includes a combination of direct and indirect costs (R-D). Some examples of indirect costs (R-D) are: Off-campus: the off-campus rate should be applied when the activity is carried out in buildings that are not in the possession and under the maintenance of UF and whose rent is directly allocated to the project. Off-campus F-A can only be charged for projects for which rent (which can take the form of services, building maintenance, etc.) is charged directly to the project. Understanding Institutions and Administrators (R-D) Cost Management for more information on what is included in the research and development costs Staff will be responsible for monitoring agreements and any changes to these agreements if necessary, including revision of the terms and conditions and close communication with pi, DSP and Sponsor, if necessary, until the full implementation of the agreement.
Research ComplianceResponsive to the development of an understanding of the uniform OMB Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and audit requirements for Federal Awards (2 CFR 200), Sponsor Guidelines (such as NIH Policy Statement and NSF PAPPG) and State and University policy to effectively manage sponsored awards. In addition, staff need to familiarize themselves with many other aspects of sponsored research management, including: CostIng Standards (CAS), Institutional Assessment Council (IRB) for human subjects in research, IACUC for animal research issues, financial conflicts of interest (FCOI), export control and other specific UF policies. Post-price management and reporting:The employee can be seen as a backup in post-price management in close collaboration with the associate director, Post-price research managers and teachers offer global bonus management and daily monitoring of post-price activities, including, but not limited to: distribution of salaries/expenses, budgetary deferrals, incremental funding appropriations, budgetary changes and adjustments, pre-requests for assistance, requests for additional funding, guarantee of a correct allocation of expenses for sponsored research projects, follow-up of subcontractors, without cost renewal, cost deferrals, cost-sharing transfers, non-financial reports, final reports.