Non-federal indirect costs are as follows: Budget calculations for industry-sponsored clinical trials use the Total Direct Cost (TDC) base type for the base calculation, unless otherwise stated in the program announcement. For clinical trials of $1 million or more per year, contact OSP to find out the rate to negotiate. These rates change and are updated annually. GIM 3: Fringe Benefit Conseil and Sponsored Projects Fringe Benefits are calculated on the basis of the actual costs of each fringe (e.g. B health insurance, life insurance, etc.). It is estimated that the university sets subsidiary phrases for different categories of employees. Actual ancillary benefits are calculated as a percentage of the total salary for each employee. For example, the sum of all R&A costs attributed to Sponsored Research is divided by the MTDC sponsored search base to calculate the M&A sponsored search rate. Indirect charges are applied to all items when this basis is used. There are no exclusions. The total direct cost is used for grants and contracts entered into by non-federal promotional organizations. There are different rates for different non-federal agencies.

Below are the most current and appropriate indirect indirect cost rates. . . .