Usf Rate Agreement


In January 2011, the University of South Florida and the United States Department of Health and Human Services reached an agreement on the administrative institutions and costs of USF and its regional institutions. The current agreement of 11 July 2017 extends the tariffs and conditions until 30 June 2020. M&A Rate: The HHS approved rate, used by ocg to claim indirect cost reimbursements. As provided for in the OMB guidelines, the negotiated R&A rate is applied on a basis consisting of salaries and salaries calculated for university contracts and grants. a) costs are budgeted separately in the proposal budget (note that for some fixed-price funding agreements, no detailed budget is required from the proponent, but the internal budget should reflect the costs.) For the on-campus search rate and all other institutions and administrative rates – the off-campus search rate, the on- and off-campus rates for other sponsored activities and the affiliation rate (Moffitt) are listed in the table below. A-21 does not strictly prohibit costs considered indirect by the institution from being invoiced directly to a sponsored agreement. However, strict criteria must be met. Costs normally considered indirect by the university may be charged to a sponsored project if ALL meet the following conditions: for Florida public authorities, 10% on TDC; Florida SSE Universities, 10% on TDC for Florida State Agency projects and applicable rates for federal projects; Florida Local Authorities, 25% on TDC; for water management areas, 25% on TDC; 20% on TDC for student help/tuition. These furnishing and management rates are applied on an MTDC (Modified Total Direct Cost) basis.

MTDC consists of all salaries, ancillary services, materials and supplies, services, travel and the first $25,000 of each subcontract, regardless of the period covered by the subcontract or subcontract. Equipment, modifications and renovations, patient care costs and tuition rebates, space rental fees, scholarships and bursaries, as well as the share of each subcontractor or subcontract of more than 25,000 $US are excluded from the MTDC calculation. . . .