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GAO-10-477 May 18, 2010 Nonprofits are key partners in delivering federal services yet reportedly often struggle to cover their indirect costs (costs not readily identifiable with particular programs or projects).
During the meeting, CCR presented Flaherty with its Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance which detailed a number of recommendations supporting increase of funding for basic research and the Indirect Costs of Research Program.
263A uniform capitalization (UNICAP) rules require that all direct costs and certain indirect costs allocable to certain property be either (1) included in inventory costs or (2) capitalized, if the property is not inventory.
By evaluating indirect costs and taking smart steps to manage them, college and university administrators can gain control of escalating tuition.
The researchers take direct government costs, such as the billions spent on military responses and reconstructions, and then add in indirect costs, such as the crippled Iraqi economy both post and pre-invasion.
Thomson Medstat, a business of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC), conducted two studies analyzing the direct and indirect costs of migraine headaches among large U.
Illegal immigrants also account for many indirect costs to the federal government.
EUROPEAN Commission rules on the award of Euratom research grants under the European Union's incoming Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) suggest grant recipients can recover audited indirect costs.