Yes, in accordance with the Rutgers Directive, the new tariffs apply to all externally funded projects. Note that the new rates also apply to financing provided to Rutgers by a subaward. You must use the tariffs that come into force from 30.06.2023. For example, a research project with a budget period starting on 01.7.2023 or after 01.7.2023 should use an R&A rate of 57%. They will be informed of the final tariff as soon as there is a new collective agreement. These are terms that are often used synonymously. M&A (Facilities and Administrative) is the federal terminology. Indirect/overhead costs are expenses that are essential to the implementation of the funded activities, but which cannot be easily charged to a single project and cannot be charged as direct costs. The result is that these expenditures are aggregated and a percentage is deducted based on the federal government`s formula. For proposals submitted using interim (unin approved) rates, award budgets will be adjusted to reflect rates negotiated under the current collective agreement on the date of receipt of the award. 15).
How will GCA manage the implementation of top-ups funded by the new R&A rates? 14). What R&A phrase should be used for the submission of a supplementary application within the framework of an existing distinction? R&D costs are the costs related to the infrastructure borne by the research company (buildings and maintenance, libraries, etc.) and which cannot be easily determined for each project. The university requires that R&A costs be included in all application budgets and that R&A costs be recovered where possible.