Ucla Dhhs Rate Agreement

The on-campus rate should be used for all searches in buildings owned by The Regents of the University of California or leased by you. The A-Campus rate should only be used if the work is done either in establishments owned by other organizations or leased by other organizations, or in a building for which the rent is charged directly to the project. Ucla has signed a new federal agreement on research and development rates on May 3, 2017. The new research and development rates are assigned based on the type of sponsored activity and are valid for the UCLA exercises listed below. All rates must be applied to the modified MTDC (Total Direct Cost) base. If you have any questions about rates, please contact your OCGA or TDG contract or your De Grant team. On May 3, 2017, the University of California and the United States Department of Health and Human Services signed a new agreement to charge facilities and administrative costs for UCLA. This agreement sets out the administrative facilities and costs for the period from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2019. It replaces the Agreement of April 27, 2011. The agreement was revised on October 12, 2018 to formally approve the “CBR” composite benefit board.

This revision did not make any changes to the research and development rates. These facilities and administrative cost rates are applied on an MTDC (Modified Total Direct Cost) basis. MtDC includes all treatments and treatments, ancillary services, supplies and supplies, services, travel and the first $25,000 of each subcontract (sub-subsidy and subcontracting) regardless of the period covered by subcontracting or subcontracting. Equipment (defined as a material item with a lifespan of at least one year and a cost of acquisition of more than $5,000 per unit), modifications and renovations, patient care costs, study mission, space rental fees, scholarships and scholarships, and any sub-prime over $25,000 are excluded from the MTDC calculation. Please note that if the subcontracting is allocated to another UC campus, the total amount of subcontracting is excluded from the calculation of the MTDC. For non-profit sponsors, the UC Directive requires that all work costs be charged, both for direct and research and development costs; However, the promoter often has a written directive limiting indirect costs.

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