Unr Rate Agreement
Graduate health insurance is included in the 12.1% fringe rate. If you have any questions about the price to pay for you, please contact the Planning, Budget and Analysis Office at email@example.com. For example, the directive issued by a sponsor states that research and development costs should not exceed 10% of the total cost of the project. In this case, it would be wrong to apply a 10% research and development rate at the total direct cost. Waiver: A waiver of research and development is the difference between the university-authored research and development course and the sponsor`s research and development rate. All optional waivers must be approved by the Assistant Vice-President for Research Management. Note: A sponsorship policy that requires a research and development rate below the university`s full research and development rate is not considered a voluntary waiver. More information about the waiver procedure can be found as part of the R and D waiver procedure. Below is the standard organisational data required by sponsors and required for grant proposals. Also included are information relevant to the preparation of the budget, such as the rates of R and D, ancillary benefit rates, scholarships and scholarships for university assistants and postdoctoral/scholarship salaries. Unlike the policy exceptions described above, a waiver of research and development costs is an institutional agreement between the university and a sponsor that provides that research and development fees are calculated at less than the university`s applicable full rate. The exemption or reduction is granted only in exceptional circumstances, and only if the programmatic benefits to the university are mandatory and if the institutional benefits of recovering the full costs of carrying out the project outweigh. The abandonment or reduction of research and development costs is not permitted because the Senior Auditor (IP) believes that this will increase the competitiveness of the proposal or because the total amount of the premium is capped.
Under the University of Nevada Reno`s research and development rate agreement, a campus off-rate applies only if a project meets the following definition of off-campus: “An off-campus program is a program, where the preponderance of the program is carried out by the university (1) in rental institutions where space fees (. For example, rent, incidental fees and maintenance) are billed directly to the program or (2) to institutions made available to the program (excluding fees) by a non-university organization, or (3) at least 50 miles from the university for a continuous period of more than 90 days per year of field work. Short-term events, such as workshops, are generally considered to be on campus. Always check the program`s policies, as many sponsors indicate what costs, including research and development fees, are allowed and not.