The general administration includes all the key functions that facilitate research and accounts for 7.56% of the university administration`s share. If your proposal contains the use of animals, please reflect the plan rates for the corresponding year from the FY18-FY23 forecast rates for the development of the grant proposal budget on the animal care page. For the first time recently, ancillary benefit rates for employment support staff are higher than marginal rates for professional staff. Please note this change when submitting grant and contract proposals, budgeting uns sponsored accounts, and performing marginal performance rate calculations. According to our negotiated research and development agreement, exclusions are investments (buildings, individual equipment over $5,000, modifications and renovations); The portion of each subawards greater than $25,000; Hospitalization and other costs related to patient care, whether services are provided by a hospital or medical facility by third parties; Renting/maintaining off-site activities; Education and education costs (for example. B scholarships, scholarships, child care allowances, scholarships, scholarships). Boston University receives significant funding from the federal government and other sources of support for sponsored programs. These sources of funding may require a sharing or adjustment of costs by the university. Cost-sharing is a financial commitment by the university to the total cost of a project from a source other than the aid agency. Cost-sharing of expenses must be dealt with consistently and consistently when developing proposals, applying for university authorization, negotiating bonuses, transferring cost-sharing funds and financial reporting to sponsors.
All staff involved in cost-sharing need to understand the process and impact of cost sharing to determine when a share of costs is reasonable and how cost-sharing costs can be accurately recorded and reported. Cost-sharing is not necessary by the promoter is strongly discouraged. State rules recognize that faculty and staff in schools and departments have research-related administrative tasks, the salaries and costs of which are research costs. So there is a mechanism to recover these costs through the departmental administration of the R and and R rate. An estimate of the time (and associated salary) spent on research management in academic departments is taken into account when calculating this part of the rate. For more information on fares, check out travel policies on the BU Travel portal. Research and development costs are billed to a project by applying a percentage to the total direct costs of the project. For all federal sponsors Total direct costs are changed for capitalization (all non-consumable appliances, estimated cost of $5,000 or more and cost of a lifespan of one year or more), rent and incidental costs, study costs, the cost of “standard” patient care (the cost of hospital and outpatient care, but not payments to human subjects), education fees for graduates directly charged to the project, and subcontracting fees in excess of $25,000.
This phrase is called “Total Direct Cost” (MTDCModified Total Direct Cost). In addition, other restrictions specific to sponsors and/or bonuses may also apply. NIH limits z.B. F-A for genomic table deliveries. When a project is carried out in a room rented by the university and the rent is allocated to the grant or contract, the outside of the campus rate is applied. Otherwise, if the lease is activated by the university, the rate will be applied on campus. Related FAQs: What rate of research and development should I use? How do I know if I should use the premium rate? Since it would be extremely difficult to determine the appropriate rate for each research project, the rate is determined by negotiations with the United States.