What is cost-sharing? Cost sharing is part of the total cost of a project funded by the university or other third parties, not by the sponsor. When awarding research grants, some sponsors, particularly some federal agencies, require participation in the costs. This means that some of the project costs must be reimbursed by other means. Pro OMB-Kreis-Nr. A-110 should not be used as cost-sharing. All sources of cost-sharing must be identified and authorization obtained from the person who has the expenses of these funds. All cost-share obligations must be audible, applicable and verifiable. A number of examples of cost-sharing are the efforts of scientific faculties; Purchasing equipment, supplies and materials for a project Third-party contributions, in cash or in kind. It is IP`s responsibility to discuss cost-sharing obligations with its department head, the college and the TEV. My project is about animal issues, how can I do that? www.purdue.edu/research/research-compliance/regulatory/care-use-of-animals/ My project is about human issues, how can I do it? www.irb.purdue.edu/ organizations and administrative or indirect costs are those that are linked to common or common objectives and therefore cannot be easily and specifically identified with a specific project, teaching activity or other specific institutional project. Rates are expressed as a percentage of a base amount determined by negotiation with a conscious federal authority. For more information, visit the Facilities and Administrative Costs section. Where can I find information about typical expenses in a budget? Pre-Award has compiled a list of typical expenses for research projects.
For travel expenses, please use federal fares per day as a guide published on the General Administration of Services website. What is the salary cap for the National Institutes of Health (NIH)? The nih salary cap is the highest amount of direct salary that a faculty member can charge for a scholarship. The amount is related to the Executive Level I category of the executive level. This amount may change. Annual rates of pay are available on the following website: grants2.nih.gov/grants/policy/salcap_summary.htm. If a faculty member`s salary exceeds the nih ceiling, the proposal`s budget should reflect the actual base salary. Therefore, if the cap is raised, the university can recoup the salary at the highest rate. What are the indirect costs? Indirect costs or facilities and administrative costs (AR) are the university`s expenses to accommodate a faculty member`s project.
The R and D cannot be easily identified with a specific sponsored project, but is essential to the realization of a project. Utility companies, depreciation and use premiums are examples of the investment component of the indirect cost rate. Some examples of the administrative component are salary settlement, credit accounts, purchases, sponsored accounting, sponsored programs and relationships between alumni and university institutions. Where can I find scholarship opportunities (also known as Calls for Proposals or RFPs)? Sign up for Grants.gov for a daily or weekly notification of federal grants. More funding opportunities can be find here on our website. Who can be the lead investigator (PI)? All faculties (Tenure-Track, research and clinic) have the right to be principal investigators.