Use these phrases to prepare the proposal. The rate of R and D is applied to the basic amount of the project. Read GIM 13`s research and development rate guides for information on: basic calculations, activity types, sites, multi-site activities and more. If you have questions about these prices or need more information, please contact Sue Camber (firstname.lastname@example.org or 3-8951) or Linda Ward (email@example.com or 3-9985). These rates change and are updated each year. GIM 3: Fringe Benefit Council and Sponsored Projects A two-year award has budget years from April to March. The sponsor awards the award on the basis of annual rates as follows: Basic grants are provided for the National Primate Center of Washington (WaNPRC). The base rate (“A”) is used for all core financing activities, regardless of where it is located. Direct costs are those that are specifically identified with a specific sponsored project with a relatively high level of accuracy.
The costs of R and D are paid for specific common purposes, which are more than a cost target and cannot be easily attributed to a sponsored project. Research and development costs are also referred to as indirect costs or IDCs. The UW sets research and development rates that should be used for sponsored program activities in preparing the proposal`s budget. These research and development rates represent the costs of RA and the cost of implementing the project. The D-R and Rate Table contains a summary of the approved rates of the research and development rate agreement to be used in the preparation of the proposal. Yes, in accordance with the UW Directive, the new tariffs apply to all sponsored projects extramurally. The F-A Rate Agreement contains tariffs and the corresponding cost base that have been agreed between the UW and HHS-CAS. You`ll find a summary in the table of R and D. To view the RA and marginal performance tariff agreements for the University of Washington, click here. In the proposals, the F-A rate applicable at the beginning of a budget period should be used throughout the budget period.
Use the interim rate if the period of service in the proposal budget exceeds the expiration date of the last sentence given in the research and development grouping agreement. If direct costs can be identified specifically on the basis of location, apply the research and development rate corresponding to the direct costs of each site. Exception: The National Science Foundation implements a policy of funding additional aid using the negotiated indirect cost rate approved at the time of the first allocation, so that additional proposals for NSFs should use the rates of the original agreement. See NSF PAPPG Chapter X.D.1.d.