Rates

All federal and many non-federal sponsors recognize the need to reimburse not only the direct costs of research but also the  indirect costs associated with the research.  These indirect costs are know as Facilities and Administrative (F&A) costs and are expressed in terms of a rate.  The F&A rate is applied to eligible direct costs. For more information on the application of  F&A rates, see Budget Components  in the Research Administration section of this website.

In addition to the F&A rate, there are other rates that are applicable to sponsored projects and other institutional activities.  These rates can all be found below.

Authority

Authority for F&A rates (Fringe, VA/DSL)

Cost and Management Analysis (CMA)

Facilities and Administrative (F&A) Cost Rates

Fiscal Year

Organized Research

Sponsored Instruction

Other Sponsored Activity

Animal Care

Agrmnt Date

 

On 

Off

On 

Off

On 

Off

   

FY14

60.5% 30.4% 57.5% 36.3% 61.6% 36.9%

77.9*%

8/19/2013

FY13

57.0%

30.2%

59.8%

32%

46.0%

31.0%

71.6%

8/19/2013

FY12

57.00%

30.20%

61.00%

32.00%

46.00%

31.00%

84.0%

8/5/2011

FY11

56.60%

 30.50%1

 61.00%1

32.00%

46.00%1

31.00%

84.00%

8/5/2011

FY10

60.00%

30.00%

54.00%

26.50%

32.50%

26.60%

81.00%

10/10/2008

FY09

60.00%

30.00%

44.30%

26.50%

32.00%

26.60%

79.00%

10/10/2008

FY08

58.00%

30.00%

42.00%

26.60%

36.50%

 

78.00%

8/31/2006

FY07

56.50%

30.00%

41.50%

26.60%

36.50%

 

78.00%

8/31/2006

FY06

56.00%

28.00%

40.00%

27.00%

35.40%

 

76.50%

7/1/2004

FY05

57.00%

28.00%

40.00%

27.00%

35.40%

 

76.50%

7/1/2004

FY04

60.00%

30.00%

43.00%

27.30%

33.00%

 

77.50%

9/18/2002

FY03

58.00%

30.00%

43.00%

27.30%

33.00%

 

77.00%

9/18/2002

FY02

57.00%

30.00%

40.00%

27.00%

26.00%

 

79.00%

7/6/2000

FY01

57.00%

30.00%

40.00%

27.00%

26.00%

 

77.70%

7/6/2000

FY00

56.40%

30.00%

41.00%

27.20%

27.20%

 

77.70%

10/4/99

FY99

55.30%

30.10%

38.50%

27.20%

24.70%

 

77.70%

6/28/99

FY98

55.00%

29.60%

37.50%

27.00%

24.00%

 

77.70%

6/9/98

 

Notes

Print a copy of the Final FY13 and FY14 Rates

  • See Application of FY13 and FY 14 Rates tab for more information

  • See the Rate Agreement Tab for copies of the  Negotiated Agreements

  • The non-federal Clinical Trials rate is 28% TDC, effective 1/1/2010

  • When submitting proposals to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), contact Kathleen Thompson, Director, RMG (650)-725-0661  for the appropriate F&A Rates.

*The Veterinary Service Center will waive the FY2014 animal care indirect cost rates to 75.9% from  the 77.9% rate documented in the signed rate agreement.  The 75.9% rate is charged on all purchases of services from the Veterinary Service Center.  Unlike the other F&A rates, the VSC rate is not fixed for life.

How F&A Rates Are Calculated

Stanford University's Facilities and Administrative [F&A] costs, which are synonymous with "indirect" costs, are developed under the requirements of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget Circular A-21, Cost Principles for Educational Institutions, (A-21).

Stanford negotiates F&A rates or amounts with the Federal Government under A-21 for the following cost incurring activities:

  • Organized Research (On-campus and Off-campus)
  • Sponsored Instruction (On-campus and Off-campus)
  • Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
  • Other Sponsored Activities (On- campus and Off- campus)
  • Animal Care

The F&A cost pools are mandated by A-21. They are comprised of the following categories of costs:

DEPRECIATION, including buildings, land improvements and equipment.

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, which includes costs incurred for the administration, supervision, operation, maintenance, preservation and protection of the institution's physical plant. It includes utilities, repair and maintenance, insurance, public safety, environmental health and safety, etc.

GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE, which includes costs incurred for the general executive and administrative offices of the University, and other expenses of a general nature. They include Faculty & Staff Services, Controller's Office, President & Provosts' offices, etc.

SPONSORED PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION, which includes those costs incurred by separate organizations primarily to administer sponsored projects. It includes costs incurred various research administration offices.

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION, which includes those costs incurred for administrative and supporting services that benefit common or
joint departmental activities or objectives in dean's offices, academic departments and divisions, organized research institutes, study centers and research centers.

STUDENT ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICES, which includes those costs incurred for the administration of student affairs and for services to students, including expenses of such activities as the Dean of Students, admissions, registrar, counseling and placement services, student advisors, student health services, etc.

LIBRARY, which includes those costs incurred for the operation of the library system, including the cost of books and material.

Rate Agreements

FY13/14 Predetermined F&A Rate Agreement negotiated with ONR 8/19/2013

Provisional Rate Agreement negotiated with ONR 8/30/2012 (for Fiscal Year 2013) Agreement

Final rate negotiated with ONR 8/05/2011 (for years 2011 and 2012)  Agreement

Letter 03/09/2010 - Approved through 03/31/2011 Approval Document

Previous agreements:

Application

F&A Rates

Burden Expenditure Mapping Schedule

Summary of Application of FY 13 and FY 14 Final Negotiated Rates


Effective immediately all new proposals and competitive segments must use the final FY2013 and FY2014 F&A rates.

All awards with start dates prior to August 30, 2012 have F&A rates fixed for life at their current rates.


Stanford will apply the lower final FY13 rates for all awards where:

  • A sponsor will not increase the total awarded amount to fund the increase in FY14 F&A costs and
  • The award was proposed prior to August 19, 2013 and
  • The agreement is awarded on or before June 1, 2014

New & Competing Proposals
Effective immediately all new proposals and competitive segments must use the final FY2013 and FY2014 F&A rates.


Awards with Performance Start Dates Prior to August 30, 2012
These awards are fixed for the life of the award at their current rate. No change in the F&A rate will occur until the next competitive segment.


Awards with Performance Start Dates On or After August 30, 2012 - August 18, 2013

These awards are subject to the FY2012 rates for the remainder of FY2012 and to the final FY2013 rates beginning September 1, 2012. The FY2013 rates will remain in effect fixed for the life of the award or until the next competitive segment.


Awards with Performance Start Dates On or After August 19, 2013 (proposed prior to August 19, 2013)

Although many sponsors allow us to use the new higher F&A rates they may not provide additional funds. OSR and RMG will review sponsor policies and contact the sponsor to request additional funding when appropriate. Stanford does not want to negatively impact principal investigators’ research programs by using direct costs to cover the increase in F&A costs. Stanford will apply the lower final FY13 rate for all projects where a sponsor will not increase the total awarded amount to fund the increase in FY14 F&A costs. This rate will be in effect until the next competitive segment. Please note proposals submitted prior to August 19, 2013 must be awarded on or before June 1, 2014 in order to receive the lower FY13 rate.


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will revise an award to account for the higher rates if the start date of the award is more than 1-calendar month after the date of the new rate agreement. Therefore, NIH awards with start dates between August 19, 2013 and September 19, 2013 will use the lower FY13 final negotiated rate. The final FY13 rate will remain in effect for the life of the competitive segment. Awards with start dates on or after September 20, 2013 will use the FY14 final negotiated rate for the life of the competitive segment as NIH should award funds to cover any increases in F&A costs


You do not have to take any action. All requests to sponsors will be handled by OSR or RMG. The implementation of these rates has been approved by the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research and the School of Medicine Dean’s Office.


If you have question about the implementation of F&A rates please contact OSR or RMG

 

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Fringe Benefit Rates

Fiscal Year

Regular

Post Docs

Graduate RA/TA

Contingent

TGP

FY14

29.2% 27.9% 4.8% 8.4% 1.85%

 FY13

 

29.5%
 

28.4%

5.0%

8.2%

1.75%

FY12

30.40%

22.50%

4.70%

7.90%

1.60%

FY11

31.10%

19.80%

4.40%

8.30%

1.40%

FY10

30.60%

21.60%

5.00%

8.50%

1.40%

FY09

28.10%

20.70%

4.60%

7.70%

1.75%

FY08

27.90%

20.80%

4.00%

7.60%

1.75%

FY07

29.70%

20.10%

3.80%

8.40%

1.75%

FY06

30.50%

18.40%

3.70%

8.50%

1.45%

FY05

30.50%

19.10%

3.40%

8.90%

1.20%

FY04

29.00%

18.70%

3.50%

9.10%

1.20%

FY03

24.80%

14.80%

3.30%

8.10%

1.20%

FY02

24.00%

11.60%

 

8.10%

1.45%

FY01

24.10%

13.50%

 

8.50%

1.45%

FY00

24.10%

13.20%

 

8.40%

1.45%

FY99

24.80%

13.60%

 

8.40%

 

FY98

25.30%

15.60%

 

8.40%

 

 

Note

Tuition Grant Program Fringe Rate

Fringe Benefit rates do not include the Tuition Grant Program fringe rate. The Tuition Grant Program (TGP) fringe rate is assessed on regular benefits-eligible salaries charged to all non-government funded PTAs including sponsored projects, operating budgets and auxiliary PTAs. The TGP rate is applied to regular benefits eligible employee salaries paid by non-government sponsors in addition to the fringe benefit rate. The TGP rate contributes to the University's fund for continuation of the Tuition Grant Program for children of faculty and staff. For further information on the TGP rate, please contact the University Budget Office.

How Fringe Rates are Calculated

Stanford uses multiple fringe benefits rates developed under the requirements of Office of Management and Budget Circular A-21, Cost Principles for Educational Institutions (A-21). Since September 1, 2002, Stanford has used four different rates for different categories of employees, as described below.

Each rate is calculated by the development of a pool of fringe benefits costs (the numerator) and of a salary and wage base (denominator). The pool consists of costs for the benefits provided to a particular category of employees. When the pool is divided by the base applicable to that category of employees, a rate results; this rate represents the percentage that must be added to employees’ salary and wage dollars.

The categories of employees having separate fringe benefits rates are as follows: 1. Regular Benefits-Eligible Employees; 2. Post-Doctoral Affiliates; 3. Contingent (casual or temporary) Employees; and 4. Graduate Research and Teaching Assistants. (Other student salaries have a benefits rate of zero.)

  1. Regular benefits-eligible employees are those faculty and staff who hold an appointment of at least six months (four months for bargaining unit employees) for at least 50% time and thus are eligible for Stanford’s retirement and health and welfare benefits programs.
  2. Post-doctoral affiliates are advanced nonmatriculating students employed by Stanford to perform services related primarily to Stanford research projects.
  3. Contingent employees are those whose appointments are too brief (i.e., less than six months, or four months for bargaining unit employees) or too few hours (i.e., less than 50% time) to make them eligible for regular benefits.
  4. Graduate research and teaching assistants (RAs and TAs) are students whose RA or TA appointments are at least 25% (for the full University contribution to the cost of student health insurance) or 10% (for a half contribution by the University).

Other registered Stanford undergraduate and graduate students have no benefits charges applied against their wages; this is because these students receive no fringe benefits. Students who are employed by the University during a quarter in which they are not registered (including summer quarter) must be classified as contingent employees until they are registered again.

The fringe benefits pool comprises the following categories of cost:

RETIREMENT PROGRAMS, including social security, contributory plans, early retirement incentive programs, etc.

INSURANCE PROGRAMS, including health, dental, group life, disability, workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, post-employment medical, travel insurance, and other.

MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS, including staff development, severance pay, sabbaticals, benefits counseling, etc.

TUITION GRANT PROGRAMS (TGP), for children of eligible faculty and staff, was included in the negotiated fringe benefits pool through Fiscal Year 1999, but has since been distributed by means of a separate charge against non-government salaries only.

The salary bases for fringe benefits consist of all salaries and wages paid to each category of employee. Sabbatical and long-term disability payments, which are themselves fringe benefits, are not included in any salary base.

Stanford’s fringe benefits rates are established under A-21, Section G.5., “Negotiated fixed rates and carry-forward provisions,” which provide for the negotiation of fixed rates in advance for a fiscal year. Any over- or under-recovery for that year is included as an adjustment to the appropriate fringe benefits rate for a subsequent year.

Tuition Grant Program

The University applies the TGP  rate to regular benefits-eligible salaries to support the costs of the Tuition Grant Program (Admin Guide Memo 27.4, "Tuition Privileges").

Effective September 1, 1999, the Tuition Grant Program (TGP) fringe rate is assessed on regular benefits-eligible salaries charged to all non-government funded PTA’s including sponsored projects, operating budgets and auxiliary PTA’s.

Regular benefits-eligible salaries charged to government-funded PTA’s, academic service centers and sponsored project cost sharing PTA’s are exempt from the TGP charge.

The TGP charge is subject to facilities and administrative costs (F&A) and infrastructure charges. The TGP charge appears in expenditure type 51770 FRINGE BENEFITS TGP.

If you have any questions or need more information about the application of the TGP Fringe Benefit Rate, please contact Andrew Harker, Provost Office, at extension 5-0666 or Jesse Charlton, Research Administration Policy and Compliance, at extension 3-9102.

 

Rate Agreements

FY2014 final fringe benefits rate agreement with ONR: Agreement

FY2013 final fringe benefits rate agreement negotiated with ONR Agreement

FY2011 and FY2012 fringe benefits final rate agreement negotiated with ONR  Agreement

Letter 03/09/2010 - Approved through 03/31/2011 Approval Document

 

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Vacation Accrual / Disability Sick Leave Rates

Fiscal Year

Exempt 

Non-Exempt

Bargaining Unit

FY14

8.9% 7.7% 7.7%

FY13

8.70%

7.60%

7.60%

FY12

8.90%

8.00%

8.00%

FY11

8.80%

7.60%

7.60%

FY10

8.60%

7.20%

7.20%

FY09

8.70%

7.25%

7.25%

FY08

8.85%

7.50%

7.50%

FY07

8.65%

7.35%

7.35%

FY06

8.60%

7.15%

7.15%

FY05

8.80%

7.40%

7.40%

FY04

8.65%

7.45%

7.45%

 

Notes

Do not show or include Vacation Accrual and/or Disability Sick Leave Rates in your proposal budget.

About

Stanford provides vacation to its regular staff employees. How to charge the salary paid while such employees are on vacation is the subject of this resource page.

The accrual rates enable Stanford to charge the appropriate funding source for the vacation earned by benefits-eligible staff as they are working. The rates will charge vacation as it is earned, rather than as it is taken. Application of the rates will build a central university fund to pay for vacation salary when staff either take vacation or leave the University.

NOTE: Faculty members do not accrue vacation leave or sick leave. Short absences for personal business, illness, jury duty, military duty, and similarly limited absences normally are with full salary. Under conditions specified in the Faculty Handbook, sabbatical leave may be granted by a school dean.

 

 

 

 

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Other Rates

Fiscal Year

Graduate Student Stipend

Infrastructure

SIP

FY14

6.0% 8.0% 4.6%

FY13

5.5%

8.0%

4.6%

FY12

5.25%

8.0%

4.6%

FY11

5.25%

8.0%

4.6%

FY10

5.50%

8.0%

4.6%

FY09

5.50%

8.0%

4.6%

FY08

5.25%

8.0%

4.6%

FY07

5.25%

8.0%

4.6%

FY06

5.00%

8.0%

4.6%

FY05

4.00%

6.0%

4.6%

FY04

4.00%

6.0%

4.6%

FY03

3.70%

6.0%

4.6%

 

 

SIP

The Stanford Infrastructure Program (SIP) consists of projects and programs proposed and developed for the betterment and general support of the University's academic community and its physical plant. The infrastructure system directly supports the academic missions of teaching and research and the overall vitality of the institution. This infrastructure will be developed as necessary to improve public safety and service and to promote conservation in land use and resources.

For more information on SIP go to Administrative Guide Memo 8.3.1

Implementing Infrastructure

Implementing the Revised Infrastructure Charge (ISC) Policy
More information about this policy can be found in the Stanford Administrative Guide 8.3.1

August 31, 2005
Rev: November 8, 2010

The Board of Trustees of Stanford University approved a revised infrastructure policy in October 2004.The revised policy, effective September 1, 2005, increases the infrastructure charge from 6% to 8% for both new and existing funds. For designated funds, the infrastructure charge will be applied at the time funds are received from all external revenue sources. For restricted funds (expendable gift funds, endowment income funds and sponsored project funds that carry an F&A rate of 0%), the infrastructure charge will be applied at the time funds are expended or transferred.

Gifts for building projects are waived from the infrastructure charges. Gifts of donated capital equipment are waived from infrastructure. However, restricted funds used to purchase capital equipment will be assessed ISC.

The infrastructure charge collected from non formula schools will be credited 75% to a central university PFOO (controlled by the budget office) and 25% to a central PFOO owned by the budget unit involved in the transaction. The infrastructure charge collected from formula schools and auxiliaries will be credited directly to a central PFOO belonging to the formula school or auxiliary.

Any exceptions to the policy require approval of both the Provost and the CFO and are to occur rarely, if at all.

This guide provides additional detail implementing Administrative Guide Memo 8.3.1 Infrastructure Charges.

Infrastructure Charge

Awards are subject to the revised infrastructure policy as follows (see additional guidelines concerning sponsored projects below):

  • Designated funds are assessed the infrastructure charge on revenue in General Ledger codes 43xxx, 44xxx and 46xxx. The charge will appear on the fund statement only in General Ledger codes 48990 or 48992.
     
  • Expendable gift and endowment income funds are assessed the infrastructure charge on expenditures and fund transfers including transfers to operating budgets and designated funds. The charge on expenditures will appear in expenditure types 58915 or 58935 on the expenditure statement. The charge on fund transfers will appear in General Ledger codes 49710 or 49720 on the fund statement only.

    Expendable gift and endowment income funds marked "Donor Exempt" prior to September 1, 2005 are waived from infrastructure. All other expendable gift and endowment income funds are subject to the revised infrastructure policy.
     
  • Non-government and foreign government sponsored project awards are assessed the infrastructure charge on expenditures. The charge on expenditures will appear in expenditure types 58915 or 58935.
     
  • Operating budgets, budget pools, service centers, auxiliaries, miscellaneous receivables, reserves, pending funds, U.S. government sponsored projects, University Research, plant, student loans, agency and living trust funds/awards and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory are waived from infrastructure by the revised policy.
     
  • The utility charge is discontinued.

The following schedules define the revised infrastructure process in detail:

Infrastructure Exemptions and Waivers

Any exceptions to the revised ISC Policy require approval of both the Provost and CFO and are to occur rarely, if at all. If the source of funds, typically a donor or sponsor, will not pay the infrastructure charge, the department or office may request to pay the charge themselves by applying to the Budget Office for permission to use an alternate PTA (project/task/award). Departments must use the "Request for Infrastructure Exemption" form. The alternate source of funds must be able to support an expense of this nature. Designated, endowment income or expendable funds may be used. Sponsored projects may not be used. See additional guidelines concerning sponsored projects and exemptions below. If the exemption is not granted by the Provost and the Chief Financial Officer, the funds must be refused.

Any questions about requesting a waiver to the revised ISC Policy should be directed to Dana Shelley in the Budget Office at ext 5-1256.

A waiver of F&A (indirect costs) granted by the Dean of Research does not waive infrastructure.

Infrastructure and Sponsored Projects

The revised Infrastructure Charge Policy applies to sponsored project awards assessed an F&A rate of 0%. Awards with F& A rates between 0% and 8% are not charged infrastructure but instead are charged their negotiated F&A rates.

However, all sponsored projects awards with award start dates prior to 9/01/05 and awards made in response to previously-submitted sponsored projects proposals will continue to be subject to the prior ISC policy until the end of their competitive segment. At the time these projects are renewed, funding must be requested using the revised ISC guidelines.

Sponsored project awards are subject to the revised Infrastructure Charge Policy as follows:

  • The infrastructure charge is waived on all U.S. government - funded sponsored project awards. This includes awards directly funded by a federal, state or local governmental agency and awards that are funded on a “flow-through” basis using government monies.

  • The infrastructure charge is exempted (e.g., an alternate PTA is provided by the PI/department to pay the ISC charge) on all non-government sponsored project awards where the sponsor has a written policy stating that it does not pay indirect costs.

  • Effective 9/1/05, if a sponsor/program is not waived or exempted under the rules listed above, the PI/administering department must include the infrastructure charge in their proposal/budget request to the sponsor. Institutional officials are responsible for reviewing proposals to make sure that the charge has been included, prior to endorsing the proposal on behalf of Stanford, or that an approved “exemption” (see below) is on file.

  • If a sponsor/program is not exempted as outlined above, the department may request to pay the infrastructure via an alternate PTA by submitting a "Request for Infrastructure Exemption" form to the Provost Office. Exemptions must be approved in advance of submission of a proposal.

  • Unobligated funds remaining at the expiration of a fixed price sponsored project that are transferred to a departmental PTA on or after September 1, 1999, are not subject to the infrastructure charge provided the funds were assessed an F&A rate of 8% or greater. These funds are transferred to a departmental PTA, less the facilities and administrative costs (formerly referred to as indirect costs) that would have been assessed on additional project expenditures.

  • Institutional allowances associated with fellowships are exempt from infrastructure. Best practices recommend the institutional allowance should be spent on the sponsored award. However, the schools and departments may transfer the allowance to an existing PTA where the expenditure will not be assessed infrastructure. Please contact your OSR representative for additional guidance.

For questions about infrastructure charge policy, exemptions or waivers, contact Dana Shelley. For questions related to sponsored projects please contact Jesse Charlton. For all other inquiries, please call your Fund Accounting representative or the Manager of Fund Accounting in the Controller's Office.

Student Stipends

Graduate student fellowship stipends charged to the expenditure types noted below and paid by internal sources of funds are assessed GSS to help subsidize their health care benefit.  The subsidy appears on expenditure statements in expenditure type 57640 GS Health Insurance Recovery. The financial system automatically applies the surcharge to eligible transactions in the form of a rate. C

Both the surcharge and RA/TA fringe subsidize eligible graduate student Cardinal Care health insurance. The Provost’s Office reviews and adjusts the GSS rate as necessary each fiscal year.  

For more information about this benefit, see “Frequently asked questions on graduate student subsidy” found at the “Cardinal Care” website.

Expenditure Types Subject to GSS

Exp Type

Description

57340

GFS STANDARD CHGS

57510

57520

GRADUATE STUDENT STIPEND

GFS GRD STU SUPPLY TRAVEL STPD

In general, stipend payments (charged to the expenditure types listed above) from Stanford operating budget PTAs, or from School or Department PTAs, will be assessed the GSS rate.   

All fellowships awarded by external sources, where the awards, projects and tasks are established by the Office of Sponsored Research are EXCLUDED from the application of this surcharge (award range PAAAA-VZZZZ).  In addition, no GSS is applied on cost sharing PTAs, miscellaneous receivables, capital projects, service centers or auxiliaries.

Fellowship stipends paid to Postdoctoral Scholars (expenditure type 57840) and to non-matriculated students including Visiting Researchers (expenditure type 57860) are NOT charged the GSS rate, as neither of these groups receives a Cardinal Care subsidy.

Institutional Allowances

Some externally-funded fellowships, such as NIH Training Grants or NSF Fellowships, provide an institutional allowance for the benefit of the fellow.  This allowance is exempt from GSS. When the Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) transfers this allowance to a departmental PTA, the PTA is exempt from the GSS surcharge.  Expenditures subject/not subject to GSS should not be commingled in the same PTA.

 

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Non-Sponsored Receivables Rates

 

Fiscal Year

External, higher-education users 

Affiliated Users / Waived Rate 

All other external users 

FY 14

8% 0% 60.5%

FY 13

8%

0%

57%

FY12

8%

0%

57%

FY11

8%

0%

58% (2a)

FY10

8%

0%

60%

FY09

8%

0%

60%

FY08

8%

0%

58%

FY07

8%

0%

56.5%

FY06

8%

0%

56%

FY05

8%

0%

57%

FY04

8%

0%

60%

Notes 

Please review the Policy on Non-Sponsored Receivables Rates.

Expenditure type 56910, Facilities and Admin Charge, is used to charge these rates.

 

Burden Schedules

Burden Schedule Type

Description

CO_AR_08

8% rate on MTDC base

CO_AR_NEGOTIATED

Fiscal, research, on campus ONR negotiated rate on MTDC base

CO_AR_00

0% rate (waived)

 

 

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