Stanford University Indirect Rate Agreement

Doctoral scholarships billed to the types of expenses listed below and paid for by internal funding sources are evaluated by GSS in order to subsidize their health benefits. The subsidy appears on the 57640 GS health insurance recovery expense statements. The financial system automatically applies the market to eligible transactions in the form of an interest rate. Stanford`s policy is to apply the university`s negotiated indirect cost rate (R&A) to all externally funded projects. As of September 1, 1999, the Fringe rate of the Tuition Grant Program (TGP) is estimated at regular and efficient remuneration charged to all non-state-funded PTAs, including sponsored projects, operating budgets and ancillary PTAs. Each rate is calculated by developing a pool of ancillary costs (meters) and a salary base (denominator). The pool consists of costs for services provided to a specific category of employees. If the pool is divided by the base applicable to that category of employees, a sentence is resulting; This rate represents the percentage to be added to the salary and salary of employees. Includes an explanation of Stanford University`s institutions and management rates (indirect costs) and ancillary services, including definitions of “campus on campus” and “off campus” rates as well as modified total direct costs (TDDS).

The current rates are maintained by the Cost & Management Analysis Office. Stanford`s “Life of the Award” policy applies to subawards as part of a research project. This means that the terms of the sub-separator`s R&A collective agreement, which is in effect at the time the subaward is issued, govern R&A royalties throughout the implementation of the subaward. The performance period of a subaward will not exceed Stanford`s competitive segment at the time of award. If an extension subaward is awarded as part of a Stanford prize that uses an MTDC base for the calculation of M&A, Stanford will get its M&A back on the first $25,000 of the extension subaward. The final negotiated rates are as follows, as well as the provisional prices for fiscal 2019 for comparison: Stanford recognizes that many nonprofit institutions have their own policies regarding the use of their funds for overhead. If the nonprofit has a formal written and publicly available directive in this regard, applied on a consistent basis, or where a public call for proposals defines a limitation on indirect cost coverage as a condition of the program, Stanford will normally accept these requirements. If you are not on the list, please send the link to the sponsor`s policy and proof of its public utility status: dor_research_compliance_group@lists.stanford.edu, and it may be justified to add the previously approved waiver list. If it is not a public directive available on the internet, a project-specific waiver must be requested. In the Application tab, you will find the method of application and calculation of taxes It is not necessary to change the R&A rates already applied.

The final rates for fiscal year 2019 remain in effect for the duration of the prize or until the next contest (“farm”). R&A (indirect costs) and ancillary benefit rates apply to all externally funded projects (grants, contracts, cooperation agreements, sub-grants and subcontracts) funded by federal, state or private sponsors. The application of these rates allows Stanford University to cover certain costs (for example. B institutions, services, libraries, administration, student services, etc.) linked to externally funded training and research activities. . . .