1963 NASA Authorization: Hearings Before the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U. S. House of Representatives, Eight-seventh Congress, Second Session, on H. R. 10100 (superseded by H. R. 11737) .February 27, 28, April 12 and May 3, 1962, 1-2. sējumi

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1023. lappuse - ... be allocable in the current period to the government research agreement. However, the institution's established practices may be to treat proposal costs by some other recognized method. Regardless of the method used, the results obtained may be accepted only if found to be reasonable and equitable.
737. lappuse - The most effective utilization of the scientific and engineering resources of the United States, with close cooperation among all interested agencies of the United States in order to avoid unnecessary duplication of effort, facilities, and equipment...
1023. lappuse - Government. (But see § 115.205-23.) (b) Factors to be considered in determining the allowability of costs in a particular case Include : (1) The past pattern of such costs, particularly in the years prior to the award of Government contracts...
1015. lappuse - Other institutional activities means all organized activities of an institution not directly related to the instruction and research functions, such as residence halls, dining halls, student hospitals, student unions, intercollegiate athletics, bookstores, faculty housing, student apartments, guest houses, chapels, theaters, public museums, financial campaigns, and other similar activities or auxiliary enterprises. Also included under this definition is any category of cost treated as "unallowable...
1023. lappuse - Costs of legal, accounting, and consulting services, and related costs, incurred in connection with organization and reorganization, and the prosecution of claims against the Government, are unallowable. Costs of legal, accounting and consulting services, and related costs, incurred in connection with patent infringement litigation, are unallowable unless otherwise provided for in the research agreement.
235. lappuse - ... the same care in incurring expenses that a prudent person would exercise if traveling on personal business.
227. lappuse - The method chosen will be that which offers the greatest advantage to the Government under the circumstances which pertain to each situation.
1023. lappuse - Government work to the contractor's total business is such as to influence the contractor in favor of incurring the cost, particularly where the services rendered are not of a continuing nature and have little relationship to work under Government...
1019. lappuse - The indirect expense rate will then be computed as the percentage relationship of the indirect expense pool to all other expenditures (as defined above). If the information required for this abbreviated procedure cannot be obtained from an analysis of the most recent annual financial report and immediately available supporting information, the regular procedure shall be used for the determination of indirect costs.
1017. lappuse - Composition of total costs. The cost of a research agreement is comprised of the allowable direct costs incident to its performance, plus the allocable portion of the allowable indirect costs of the institution, less applicable credits as described in section C.5.

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