2014 Facilities and Administrative Rates – Long Form
March 3-5, 2014
The Hyatt Regency Miami
This workshop is essential for those new to the long form methodology or for those who need to understand more about sponsored research cost accounting. The Facilities and Administrative Rates workshop provides an overview of cost accounting per OMB Circular A-21. Participants also learn the fundamentals of cost pools, how to allocate facilities and administrative (indirect) costs required by OMB Circular A-21, proposal preparation, rate negotiation, and audit considerations.
Topics include base cost development, department administrative expenses, operation and maintenance costs, fringe benefits, space, depreciation, libraries, service and recharge centers, cost sharing, unallowable costs, direct costs, and regulatory updates. This program allows attendees time to interact with colleagues, pose questions to an experienced group of faculty, and review a case-study for more in-depth learning.
Who Should Attend
- Administrators for Research and Sponsored Projects
- Budget Directors
- External Auditors
- Indirect Cost Rate Practitioners
- Internal Auditors
What You'll Learn
- Familiarity with cost accounting rules per OMB A-21
- Learn how to evaluate unallowable costs
- An understanding of cost pool development
- Strategies for proposal preparations and negotiations
No prerequisites and/or advance preparation required.
Participants will be awarded up to 18 CPE credits. CPE credits can be earned in the following categories:
FeesMember Early Registration: $675.00
Non-Member Early Registration: $825.00
(Early bird ends 2/5/2014)
2014 Facilities and Administrative Rates - Long Form
March 3-5, 2014
Fees (Early bird ends 2/5/2014)
- Member Early Registration: $675.00
- Non-Member Early Registration: $825.00
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