All public authorities are required to prepare proposals for indirect costs, unless a written exemption is requested by the State auditor. Generally, waivers are only granted if an agency does not receive federal or other funds that can benefit from an indirect cost. Reference to the auditor`s annual memorandum or the national cost allocation plan, which defines the annual rate of ancillary services by expenditure code. The development of an indirect cost rate facilitates the calculation of indirect costs to be included in the budgets of grant proposals. 2. Calculate the ratio of the Agency`s total indirect cost to total direct expenditures in the base of all programs and activities, regardless of the source of funding. This is the indirect cost rate. 1. The rates shall relate only to the sources of funding for grants.

On the Budget and Planning website, you will find unsubsidized rates. 1) Proposed rate(s), including all support sheets and relevant data. This must be cross-referenced and compared with the annual accounts. 4. A predetermined sentence shall be agreed in advance, based on estimated future costs, but which cannot be adjusted. This rate should be used over the long term over a period of two to four years and in situations where there is a high level of stability and the rate is not expected to exceed the rate based on actual costs. A predetermined rate cannot be used by federally contracted agencies. The form of certification is defined in the standard certification (see Annex D) and must be signed by a person who is not inferior to the Agency`s Chief Financial Officer. The application of a variance in the billing system is based on the comparison of the expenditure encoding used in the employee`s reference rate and an external table based on the data provided with the exemption requirement.

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