A document published to reflect an estimate of the indirect cost rate negotiated between the federal government and the organization of a Grantee/Contractor, which reflects the indirect costs (facilitations and administrative costs) and incidental costs incurred by the organization and which will be the same in all U.S. agencies. b) DOI accepts, on a premium-specific basis, indirect cost rates that have been reduced or voluntarily withdrawn by the recipient of the award. (1) Indirect cost differential is required by law or regulation. In accordance with CFR 200.414 (c) (1), a federal authority must use a different rate than that negotiated by the federal government, to the extent required by law or federal regulation. For such cases within the DOI, the official auction act must document the specific statutes or regulations requiring the waiver. (2) Reducing indirect costs used as a contribution to costs. Cases in which the recipient uses a rate below the indirect cost rate negotiated by the federal government and use the balance of unheded indirect costs to meet the steep or congruent costs required by the program and/or status are not considered a derogation from 2 CFR 200.414 (c), since the indirect cost rate negotiated by the Confederation is applied under the agreement to meet the conditions of the premium. The first step in negotiating the indirect cost rate with DFAS is to provide them with your financial information in a set of reports they prescribe on their website.
The package consists of a dozen calendars and checklists that allow your accountant to understand your business, so that it is possible to set a margin and R and R; Fair and equitable for both your company and the government. Since the auditor determines your indirect cost based on how you complete your financial information, we strongly advise you to consult us before sending it to the DFAS. We can help you get the most out of your indirect cost rate and avoid possible pitfalls later on the street. (d) in cases where the recipient does not agree on the indirect cost rate negotiated by the federal government, DOI does not use a modified rate on the basis of the total direct cost or other basis that is not set in the indirect costs agreement negotiated by the federal government or within 2 CFR 200.68. (i) program qualifications. Programs that have a program-wide requirement and governance process for deviations from federally negotiated indirect cost rates may be eligible for program waiver authorization. DESCRIPTION – A pre-defined rate is a permanent rate set for a set future period based on a review of the actual costs of a previous period. These rates are only subject to correction in very unusual circumstances. DESCRIPTION – A final rate is a permanent rate that is set after the actual costs of an organization for an ongoing year are known. A final rate is used to adjust the alleged indirect costs on the basis of an interim rate.
(2) The basis for the modified total direct cost (MTDC) in cases where the recipient does not have an indirect cost allocation agreement negotiated by the federal government or with prior authorization from the public procurement office or office, where the basis for the indirect cost agreement of the recipient negotiated by the federal government is only a part of the MTDC (for example. (B) and that the use of the MTDC always results in an overall reduction in overall indirect costs. MTDC is the base defined by 2 CFR 200.68, Modified Total Direct Cost (MTDC).