Code of Federal Regulations Title 34. Education § 34.75.564 Reimbursement of indirect costs
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(a) Reimbursement of indirect costs is subject to the availability of funds and statutory or administrative restrictions.
(b) The application of the rates and the determination of the direct cost base by a grantee must be in accordance with the indirect cost rate agreement approved by the grantee's cognizant agency.
(c) Indirect cost reimbursement is not allowable under grants for—
(1) Fellowships and similar awards if Federal financing is exclusively in the form of fixed amounts such as scholarships, stipend allowances, or the tuition and fees of an institution;
(2) Construction grants;
(3) Grants to individuals;
(4) Grants to organizations located outside the territorial limits of the United States;
(5) Grants to Federal organizations; and
(6) Grants made exclusively to support conferences.
(d) Indirect cost reimbursement on grants received under programs with statutory restrictions or other limitations on indirect costs must be made in accordance with the restrictions in 34 CFR 76.564 through 76.569.
(e)(1) Indirect costs for a group of eligible parties (See §§ 75.127 through 75.129) are limited to the amount derived by applying the rate of the applicant, or a restricted rate when applicable, to the direct cost base for the grant in keeping with the terms of the applicant's federally recognized indirect cost rate agreement.
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