Contracts under the OsP contract are governed by the UAB `Indirect Cost`, as for all projects financed externally and controlled by the PSO. The applicable IDC set is based on activity and location. CPE programs are targeted learning programs designed to help professionals maintain their skills in their field. As part of single management, these activities are considered to be other sponsored activities (OSA), which are primarily activities set up primarily to provide services to individuals and groups outside the institution. Current IDC OSA rates are 36% for campuses and 26% for out-of-town campuses. No no. The UAB`s ADF Directive covers the circumstances in which derogations from their FEDERALly negotiated DHHS tariffs apply. In Section 7.4 of the NIH Grant Policy Statement, the rate is capped at 8% of the amended total direct cost, excluding tuition, capital expenditures and consortia above $25,000. If fifty percent (50%) Or more of the project funded by extramural funding is carried out in institutions that are not in the possession of the UAB, and the rent is allocated directly into the project budget, and then the A-Campus rate applies.

Unless otherwise stated in UAB`s research and development policy, UAB applies federally negotiated rates to all types of sponsors, both federal and non-federal. Most accredited CPE programs developed by UAB`s CE divisions cover participants` registration fees. In some cases, the EC division may receive financial assistance to cover or cover costs. In order to further facilitate vocational training, these activities, which meet the following criteria, are valued at a flat rate of 10% CPE IDC: UAB`s research and development rates should not be shared or negotiated with industry sponsors. The budgets of industry sponsors are supposed to be global budgets. Depending on the type of transaction, UAB`s Continuing Education Services (EC) work with one of the three central administrations to manage supporting or extramural (CPE) support or funding for continuing education activities. These offices are the development office for donations, university contracts for service pricing contracts and the Office of Sponsor Programs (OSP) for all contracts setting audit requirements, a return of funds or an exchange. At regular intervals, almost every agency that solicits federal funds prepares a cost proposal and submits a cost proposal to the university`s conscious federal authority for negotiating research and development cost rates for federally funded contracts and grants. Costing proposals are developed in accordance with the requirements of OMB 2 CFR 200 Uniform Administrative Requirements, Costnciples and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (also known as Uniform Guidance) using fixed cost data from the previous year. Proposals are reviewed by federal negotiators and tariffs are negotiated. Research and development costs, which are recovered through grants, allow the institution to build, maintain and operate research centres (unlike educational institutions). It is the duty of all researchers who use institutions to provide grants, as well as the research and development costs associated with them.

The research and development dollars received are not additional dollars, but are part of the budget and are totally denied for the system to work. Without them, laboratories and research facilities cannot be built and maintained. Since the UAB is a state institution, it cannot charge industry sponsors any less than negotiated rates; Otherwise, it could be considered a subsidy for for-profit work. In addition, the university has agreed to consistently apply its DHHS-Bundes-Bundess-negotiated rates to all types of sponsors, including industry. Some exemptions are codified in the UAB`s Research and Development Directive.