(f) the applicability of profit. Recipients do not benefit from a profit on cooperation contracts. The benefit may be paid by the recipient to subcontractors if the subcontractor is not part of the bidding team and if the subcontract is a long-standing relationship. All companies involved in the research and development efforts that serve the purpose of the cooperation agreement are part of the beneficiary`s consortium and not subcontractors. Regardless of whether a federal grant is a grant, cooperative agreement, sub-subsidy or contract under an award, all are expected to meet the OMB cost principles in force in 2 CFR 200-Subpart E. NFNs are also responsible for the need to provide for the appropriate provisions under Schedule II 2 of CFR 200. The ENF may only charge the Bundeszuschlag for the eligible costs incurred during the duration of the benefit. See 2 CFR Part 200.309. All costs incurred prior to fas or the pass-through unit that received the federal premium are permitted as long as they have been approved by the FAS or the pass-through unit. See pre-price fees. (3) As expected by the trading partner, the government`s share of costs should reflect, as far as possible, certain non-solvency and cash contributions.
To the extent that they are quantifiable, NASA is taken into account when calculating the share of government costs, appropriate contributions or in-kind contributions that include the value of equipment, personnel and facilities. The costs incurred by NASA to provide services provided by one or more assistance contractors to meet part of NASA`s requirements under a cooperation agreement are accounted for as part of NASA`s in-kind contributions. This approach is also supported by the initiative to implement comprehensive costing methods within the federal government. (6) In cases where a contribution of less than 50% is expected by the commercial beneficiary, the agreement of the Assistant Administrator for Procurements (HS Code) is required before the award. The application for authorisation should focus on the evaluation factor for the tender and how the proposal achieves these objectives to the point of justifying a share ratio of less than 50%. (a) corrective measures in the event of non-compliance. As described in 2 CFR 200.338, the FAS or the pass-through company may impose additional conditions when an NEF does not physically comply with the laws, federal regulations or conditions of the federal price of the FAS, as described in 2 CFR 200.207 Specific Conditions. If the SAF or Passe-Through company finds that non-compliance cannot be resolved by imposing additional conditions, the FAS or the business can take one or more of the following steps, depending on the circumstances: (1) temporarily withholding the cash payment until the NEF corrects the default, or stricter enforcement actions on the part of the FAS or the business. (2) Non-taxation (i.e.
refusal to use both funds and an applicable clearing credit) all or part of the cost of the non-compliant activity or deed. (3) Suspend or terminate, in whole or in part, the federal sentence. (4) Do not withhold other federal awards for the project or program. (5) The initiation of a suspension or blocking procedure in accordance with the provisions of the CFR Part 180 and the FAS (or, in the case of a transit unit, recommends the initiation of such a procedure by the SAV). (6) Take other remedies that may be legally available. b) the effects of suspension and termination. The costs of an ENF arising from obligations incurred by the ENF during a suspension or termination of a federal bonus or subcontracting are not tormented, unless the FAS expressly authorizes them in the notification of suspension or termination or thereafter. Other costs of the ENF during the suspension or after the termination of the procedure, which are necessary and cannot be adequately avoided, are eligible when paragraphs b) (1) and (2) of this provision apply. 1. Costs are the result of obligations duly taken by the ENF prior to the suspensio`s entry into force