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Questions and Answers Regarding the RFP: Building Health Professional Capacity to Address Children’s Environmental Health


Last Updated on 12/8/04

1. Regarding the five state requirement, must we have organizational partners in each state or can the project simply draw participants from five states?

The five state requirement relates to the location of the health professionals being trained, not the applicants providing the training. Applicants must provide training to an audience of multi-state (from at least five states), national, or international (from at least three countries) health professionals.

2. Must professionals from five different states be directly involved in the implementation of this project?

The five state requirement relates to the location of the health professionals being trained, not the applicants providing the training. Applicants must provide training to an audience of multi-state (from at least five states), national, or international (from at least three countries) health professionals.

3. Does it matter in which state our organization is located?

Eligible applicants can be from any geographic location.

4. Does the Office of Children’s Health Protection anticipate offering this type of solicitation in future years?

No final decision has been reached with regard to an FY 2005 solicitation to Build Health Professional Capacity to Address Children’s Environmental Health. Decisions about future offerings will be posted on the Office of Children’s Health Protection website: http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/grants.htm when they are made.

5. Can this grant be used to fund tuition for students going to college?

This grant cannot be used to fund tuition for students to attend college. This funding opportunity is designed to identify competitive projects that increase the number of health professionals who are able to address the broad spectrum of children’s environmental health issues in their practices, in the institutions in which they work, in their communities and in academic settings.

6. Is this program being funded by FY 2004 or FY 2005 funds?

All EPA resources are known as “two year monies.” This FY 2004 solicitation has been funded with FY 2004-2005 monies.

7. The RFA states that there is no match required for this program. If an applicant were to supply a cash or in-kind match, would this ultimately benefit them during the evaluation process? Also, if this is the case, would cash or in-kind be more preferable?

No cost sharing or match contributions are required.

Since there are no cost sharing or match criteria, these elements cannot affect the scoring of the proposal.

8. Other than the requirements specified in the RFA, is there a certain type of applicant that is typically more competitive than other applicants? Is there a list of prior awardees available?

This is the initial offering of this type of solicitation by the Office of Children’s Health Protection so there is no information available on past selections. All types of applicants listed as eligible under this solicitation should expect to receive equal consideration in line with the published criteria. Selection criteria are not weighted in preference of any specific type of eligible applicant.

9. Must a national organization be involved in this current grant project in order to receive 2005 funding?

This is the initial solicitation. There were no prior grantees. There is no requirement for a national organization to be involved in this FY 2004 grant offering. Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects.

10. The solicitation discusses a three stage process. Is all that is required for stage 1 a letter of intent?

Stage 1 requires simply a Letter of Intent. Letters of Intent (up to two pages in length) in accordance with the guidance (and Sample Letter of Intent) in the solicitation must be submitted to the US EPA Office of Children’s Health Protection by email to blackburn.elizabeth@epa.gov (or by fax to (202) 564-2733 only if email is unavailable) by October 25, 2004. This solicitation with the sample Letter of Intent is available on the Office of Children’s Health Protection website: http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/grants.htm.

11. Is there an electronic source of information concerning this funding opportunity?

Please refer to this web page for an electronic listing of this solicitation and questions and answers which may offer clarifying information: http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/grants.htm.

12. Is the $100,000-$150,000 grant size inclusive or exclusive of indirect costs?

The $100,000-$150,000 grant size is inclusive of indirect costs.

13. Is this a two year grant?

This is a one-time grant amount with a performance period of two years.

14. Is the award for this grant is expected to be a maximum total of $150,000 for the two years or $150,000 for each of the two years?

The award is for $150,000 for the two years and not for each of the two years.

15. If grant awards will range from $100,000 to $150,000, and two to three awards are expected, how many awards will be awarded?

EPA expects to have a total of $300,000 available for the entire solicitation which will determine the size of each individual award.

16. Are we required under this grant to form state, national or international partnerships for the training?

Partnerships are encouraged but not required.

17. Are centers in other countries or representatives of several nations eligible to apply?

Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects. Applicants provide training to an audience of multi-state (at least five states), national, or international (from at least three countries) health professionals.

18. Can international non-profit organizations apply for these grants?

Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects.

19. The grant notice states “applicants must be eligible under at least one of these authorities: Section 103 of the Clean Air Act…etc.” Can you tell me which agencies are eligible under the criteria listed in the notice?

Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects.

20. May individuals apply for these grants?

Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects.

21. Would a particular type of project like an on-line continuing education program for health professionals fulfill the requirements of this solicitation?

All programs submitted by eligible applicants that meet the criteria as discussed in 'Section V: Application Review Information' of the solicitation will be considered.

22. Can a principle investigator on an existing EPA grant apply for a grant under this solicitation?

Existing grantees can apply for a grant under this solicitation if they are eligible. Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international non-profit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects.

23. The solicitation lists seven categories of children’s environmental health hazards. Will a proposal that addresses just one category of environmental health hazard be evaluated as responsive if this is a category identified as a high-priority need?

Proposals will be evaluated against criteria detailed in Section V of the Solicitation which can be reached from a link on this web page. Specifically, consideration of the scope of children's environmental health issues to be addressed is found under the (3) (c) Training Design portion of Section V.

24. What materials must be submitted by October 25, 2004 to be considered for possible award under the solicitation, "Building Health Professional Capacity to Address Children's Environmental Health; Initial Announcement-USEPA-AO-OCHP-04-03?"

The only requirement for submission by October 25, 2004 is a Letter of Intent (up to two pages in length). A sample Letter of intent can be found in Appendix I of the solicitation available from a link on http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/grants.htm. The Letter of Intent must be submitted to the U.S. EPA Office of Children's Health Protection by e-mail to blackburn.elizabeth@epa.gov (or by fax to (202) 564-2733 only if e-mail is unavailable) by October 25, 2004.

25. What is EPA's policy on grantees managing more than one EPA grant at a time?

There is no prohibition for a grantee managing more than one EPA grant at a time.

26. Can a grantee who is already managing a grant from EPA be awarded a second grant?

A grantee can receive more than one grant at one time but the Agency cannot pay for the same work twice.

27. Is it necessary to address in the Letter of Intent how this proposed project responds to the statutory criterion? If so, what information is required?

The Letter of Intent should state both:
(1) Which category of eligible applicant they are (See eligible applicants listed above in Question 19). These eligible applicants are assembled from the statutory authorities listed for this Solicitation; and (2)How the proposed project is consistent with the authorized activities. These broad activity descriptions can be found in the text of the Solicitation (Part I Funding Opportunity Description, Section 3 Authorities) (e.g. a demonstration project to evaluate an innovative approach to.....)
Note: Although this requirement was inadvertantly omitted from the Sample Letter of Intent, applicants are expected to respond to this element.

28. Can the focus of the proposed program be the unborn child?

For the purpose of this solicitation, the focus of a proposal could span the stages of planning for a family, pregnancy and the various phases of childhood.

29. Would education programs targeting audiences that reside in three US border states and three Mexico border states qualify as a "multi-state" ?

For the purpose of this solicitation, programs targeted at health professional audiences in three US border states and three Mexico border states would qualify as "multi-state".

30. Would a proposal that focuses on educating and/or training public health professionals who play a major role in reducing environmental health threats to children from a community-based perspective be considered under this solicitation?

For the purpose of this solicitation, a proposal that focuses on public health professionals who play a major role in reducing environmental health threats to children from a community-based perspective will be considered.

31. Is there a font size requirement for the Letter of Intent due by email on October 25, 2004?

There is no font size requirement for the Letter of Intent. If invited, pre-application proposals (due on December 13, 2004) must contain text no smaller than 12 point font.

32. Are salutations, dates, and signatures required in the Letter of Intent?

A sample format for the Letter of Intent (up to two pages) can be found in appendix I of the solicitation. Salutations, dates, signatures are not required. It is preferred that all Letters of Intent be transmitted via Email to blackburn.elizabeth@epa.gov by October 25, 2004. The Email date will suffice.

33. Can an applicant on one proposal be a partner on another proposal?

An applicant on one proposal may also be a partner on another proposal under this solicitation but only if the two proposals are completely different. Applicants may submit only one proposal under this solicitation.

34. Does the budget ceiling of $150,000 include indirect costs?

The budget limit is inclusive of indirect costs.

35. The solicitation requires that the Letter of Intent include specific information in a particular order. Appendix 1 includes a sample Letter of Intent which differs from the Letter of Intent described in the body of the solicitation. Which format should we follow?

Please use the Letter of Intent described in the body of the solicitation. The Letter of Intent must provide all of the following information in the following order in no more than two pages:

(Section 1) Contact Information for the Applicant Organization

  1. Name of your organization.

  2. Project name.

  3. Name of authorized representative.

  4. Address.

  5. Phone number and fax number.

  6. E-mail address.

  7. Web site, if any.

(Section 2) Project Summary Including
  1. Amount of the Request ($);

  2. Description of how this project responds to the statutory criterion defined in this solicitation;

  3. Description of the organization which will lead/oversee the project;

  4. Description of the organizations and individuals expected to participate in the two phases (training/education and measurement) of the project;

  5. Description of the general children's environmental health areas to be addressed;

  6. Description of the general approach and format that is planned for the two phases (training/education and measurement) of the project;

  7. Description of the specific audience(s), e.g., type of health professional(s) to be trained; expected numbers you hope to reach; geographic range of applicability [multi-state (at least 5 states), national, international (at least 3 countries)];

  8. Description of the types of materials (e.g., classroom guides, check-lists, pamphlets for patients, etc.) you expect to produce. (Note: A wide variety of children's environmental health training materials for health professionals, developed by both government and non-governmental agencies, already exist. Support for the development and production of new training/educational materials will be considered only if the applicant demonstrates a compelling need not filled by existing materials. Justifications for the development of new educational materials should include a literature search demonstrating a strong familiarity with the range of existing materials available);

  9. List of other types of health professionals to whom this training/education might be applicable;

  10. Transferability of training, materials and measurement tools to others to train additional groups of health professionals.

36. The sample Letter of Intent included in Appendix I includes a request for a description of the goals of each phase of the project. This requirement is not included in the Letter of Intent described in the body of the solicitation. Should a Letter of Intent include this description of goals.

A description of the goals of each phase of the project is not required in the Letter of Intent though will be accepted if included.

37. Is a proposal eligible if it includes NGOs from only three countries outside the USA or does the USA have to be included among the "three countries"?

For the purpose of this solicitation, an "international" proposal must focus on developing training and education programs for an audience of health professionals in at least three countries. One of the three countries does not need to be the United States. Applicants are encouraged to form partnerships to carry out the training and education program but are not required to do so.

38. Is a program eligible if it includes Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) from two countries and an international organization or must NGOs be specific to a country?

Eligible applicants include: academic institutions, domestic and international nonprofit organizations, state, local, tribal and foreign governments. Private businesses, federal agencies, and individuals are not eligible to be grant recipients; however, they may work in partnership with eligible applicants on projects. For the purpose of this solicitation, the location of the applicant and the applicant's partners do not need to be the same.

39. How many applicants were invited to submit a Pre-Application Proposal?

51 applicants were invited to submit a Pre-Application Proposal.

40. Item 6(b) asks "What experience do any partners have in training health professionals or measuring the outcome of training upon the trainee's practice?" This does not specify that the experience be in training about environmental health, as does 6(a). Does item 6(b) apply to general experience in training health professionals (not limited to experience in teaching environmental health)?

Experience in training health professionals or measuring the outcome of training upon the trainee's practice does not need to be in environmental health though is desirable. The technical review of proposals assigns organizational experience in environmental health a weight of 10 points out of 100. Organizations with demonstrated experience in environmental health will likely receive a higher portion of the 10 points.

41. If all the partners remain the same, can the lead organization change from that which was identified in the Letter of Intent?

The lead organization may change if it was listed among the partners in the Letter of Intent and if it is an eligible organization (see questions 17 through 20).

42. Should item (a) of the Summary Cover Page be formatted as the title of the page?

Item (a) of the Summary Cover Page may be formatted as the title. It is most important that the Summary Cover Page be no more than one page in length with the required elements in the specified order listed in the solicitation. It is helpful to reviewers if each required element of the Summary Cover Page, including item (a), is listed with the corresponding letter mentioned in the solicitation.

43. Is the 'location' referred to in item (b) of the Summary Cover Page the location to be served by the proposal?

The term 'location' in item (b) of the Summary Cover page refers to the geographic range of applicability of the project - multi-state (at least five states), national, or international (at least three countries).

44. Will uniqueness of the project be a major factor in the evaluation of the proposals?

Proposals will be evaluated and awarded points using the criteria listed in the solicitation. The solicitation recognizes that training materials, including curriculum, may have already been developed and doesn't require the development of new materials. The solicitation states - "......Support for the development and production of new training/educational materials will be considered only if the applicant demonstrates a compelling need not filled by existing materials. Justifications for the development of new educational materials should include a literature search demonstrating a strong familiarity with the range of existing materials available. Describe the educational products and materials that will be used train the target audience in the children's environmental health competencies. Have existing materials been utilized to the maximum extent practicable? Do training materials consistently reference peer reviewed science?...... "

45. Can the Letter of Intent to be included in the Pre-application Proposal be longer than two pages or be written in a smaller font than 12 point given the request for additional clarifying information?

If additional clarifying information was requested, the Letter of Intent to be included in a Pre-application Proposal can be longer than two pages.

46. Does the term "performance period" include the time that may be spent before implementing the project, doing such activities as needs assessments, as well as the period after the completion of the project, when evaluation and information dissemination will take place? Are applicants expected to provide educational activities during the entire 24 months, or can some of this time be spent planning and evaluating?

It is expected that the entire project, including planning, implementation and evaluation will take a maximum of 24 months.

47. Does the pre-application proposal require the submission of all the material included in the Application for Federal Assistance Kit?

The Pre-application Proposal requires the submission of some, but not all of the material included in the Application for Federal Assistance Kit. The requirements for the Pre-Application Proposal are as follows -

  1. Table of Contents with page numbers for all elements of this submission
  2. Summary Cover Page (Not more than one page): The summary cover page should not exceed one page in length and should include, in this order;
    1. Building Health Professional Capacity to Address Children's Environmental Health; USEPA-AO-OCHP-04-03;
    2. Project title and location;
    3. Applicant's name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and mailing address;
    4. Name and title of project contact (including how to reach if different from above);
    5. Type of applicant organization (e.g., non-profit, university, etc.); non-profit number;
    6. Total budget request, dollar amount, from the U.S. EPA for this project;
    7. Brief abstract of this proposal (5-10 lines);
  3. Completed SF-424 and SF-424(A) (Section B--Budget Categories). For federal government forms including Budget Forms and Understand Cost Principles for a Federal Grant: See http://yosemite.epa.gov/ochp/ochpweb.nsf/content/grants.htm
  4. Budget Narrative: (1-2 pgs.);
    1. Personnel (For Each Position: % of Time Worked, Annual Salary, Salary Proposed for this Project);
    2. Fringe Benefits (Full-time Rate);
    3. Long Distance Travel (Destination, Cost of Trip, No. of Travelers, No. of Trips, Amt. Proposed);
    4. Air Fare (Destination, No. Travelers, No. Trips);
    5. Local Travel (Destination, Distance, Mileage, No. Travelers);
    6. Direct Cost-Equipment (Quantity, Cost per Unit, Amt. Proposed);
    7. Direct Cost-Supplies (Quantity, Cost per Unit, Amt. Proposed);
    8. Direct Cost-Other, e.g., Phone, Postage, Conference Calls (Quantity, Cost per Unit, Amt. Proposed); Materials and Supplies, G&A Rate;
    9. Direct Cost-Consultants (Skill, Quantity, Rate);
    10. Indirect Cost Charges (Total Direct Costs x --% (indirect cost rate) = Estimated);

    Note: Eligible Expenses-salaries/fringe, travel, communications, equipment rental, indirect overhead, public outreach efforts (workshops, public forums, meeting expenses), office expenses, printing and copying (conference and promotional materials), and Web site dissemination of information related to the project.

    Note: Ineligible Expenses-capital expenditures, construction expenses, lobbying, endowments, formal educational expenses, entertainment, remediation and removal expenses, medical equipment and supplies, air sampling, and equipment purchases as the sole focus of the assistance agreement.

  5. Letter of Intent: Include a copy of your previously submitted Letter of Intent as a project summary;
  6. Project Description (Up to 5 pages): Describe precisely what your project will achieve. In your narrative, answer these questions in this order;
    1. Description of the lead organization for the project including information to establish this organization has a proven track record and is viewed as an authority in the design and implementation of (1) The training of health professionals on children's environmental health and, (2) the measurement of the application of this training in their practices over time;
    2. Description of who will conduct the project; what are the specific roles of all major participants? What experience do any partners have in training health professionals or measuring the outcome of training upon the trainee's practice?
    3. Who is the target audience for this training? How will they be targeted, identified and recruited?
    4. Brief summary of the project's goals and objectives;
    5. Brief summary of the method that will be used to accomplish Phase 1 (training). (Note: A wide variety of children's environmental health training materials for health professionals, developed by both government and non-governmental agencies, already exist. Support for the development and production of new training/educational materials will be considered only if the applicant demonstrates a compelling need not filled by existing materials. Justifications for the development of new educational materials should include a literature search demonstrating a strong familiarity with the range of existing materials available.);
    6. Brief summary of the method that will be used to accomplish Phase 2 (measurement); How will you evaluate the impact of the training upon the practices of these health care providers as well as their patients and their families over time?
    7. Brief description of why this type of training is important for this group of health professionals. How do you anticipate that this training will change the practice of health care following this training?
    8. How will the learning that has occurred during this training be reinforced? How can this training be sustained beyond the life of this EPA grant?
    9. How will this training model, materials and findings be presented/packaged to be shared with and replicated by others who might seek to train health professionals on children's environmental health?
  7. Brief Resume or Bio of Principal Investigator or Project Director (no more than one page);
  8. Appendices: Include letters of commitment for all major partners or organizations including resumes or bios of key personnel other than the Principal Investigator as appendices. Be certain that letters of commitment focus on partners' roles in the proposed project. Do not include any material other than letters of commitment and information on key personnel.

48. Are there any stipulations as to how the funds can be used for international partners to travel to the United States for meetings and presentations related to the project?

The name and country location of any international partners should be specified in the Pre-application Proposal.

49. For projects involving multiple countries, is travel between participating countries an eligible expense?

Travel is an eligible expense and, if included, should be essential to the success of the project.

50. How are fringe benefits calculated?

Fringe benefits require a separate category in your budget. They should not be combined with staff salaries. Fringe benefits can be calculated as a percentage of payroll (for example, "22 percent of the above"). However, it is desirable to carefully explain all of the benefits covered by the grant. For more information please visit - http://www.epa.gov/ogd/recipient/tips.htm. Scroll down to - Budget Detail - Personnel: Fringe Benefits.

51. Is there a specific format for the biosketches to be included with the application? Do you prefer the NIH-style biosketch?

There is no required format for the biosketches to be included with the Pre-application Proposal.

52. Does the Table of Contents count as a page among the allowed 14?

The Table of Contents page is counted as one of the 14 allowed pages.

53. Does the two-page Letter of Intent count as two pages among the 14 allowed pages?

The two page Letter of Intent counts among the 14 allowed pages.

54. If 1 page is used for the budget narrative instead of the 2 that are allowed, can the additional page be used for the project description narrative?

An additional page can be used for the project description narrative if the budget narrative is only 1 page. The overall Pre-application Proposal is limited to 14 pages excluding the SF-424 and SF-424(A) and the Appendices. Materials must follow exactly the format listed in the solicitation. Pages and information submitted out of order will not be reviewed. Text may be single or double spaced, no smaller than 12 point font. The pages must be letter sized (8\1/2\ x 11 inches). Margins are not specified. Proposals must be legible.

55. The solicitation requires a "brief resume or bio of Principal Investigator or Project Director, not more than one page. Include letters of commitment for all major partners or organizations including resumes or bios of key personnel other than the Principal Investigator as appendices." Should the partner/co-investigator also send in a letter of commitment or will a resume/bio in the appendix suffice?

The partner/co-investigator should submit a Letter of Commitment focusing on the partner's role in the proposed project if they work for a different organization than the lead organization. If the partner/co-investigator is from the lead organization, a resume or bio will suffice.

56. If minor elements of the Pre-application Proposal vary from the accepted Letter of Intent (e.g. projected number of health care providers to be trained is now fewer than originally proposed), should the Letter of Intent submitted with the Pre-application Proposal reflect those modifications?

If a modification has been made to the project which differs from the accepted Letter of Intent, the modification should be included and noted in the Letter of Intent submitted with the Pre-application Proposal.

Pre-application Proposals which contain modified Letters of Intent that are not responsive to the solicitation (e.g. a modified project with a geographic range reaching only 3 states) will not be considered.

57. Evaluation Criterion (f) Budget and Time Line asks the question "Is the time line well laid out, comprehensive, reasonable and feasible to support the accomplishment of the stated goals and objectives of this project’s two phases?"

The outline for the Pre-Application Proposal does not include a project time line. Is the intent that it be included as part of the project description? If so, in which section? Can the time line be submitted as a chart and will that chart count as part of the allowed 5 page project description?

The project time line should be included in the project description. It should be included as part of sections "e" and "f" of the project description or as an added section "j" at the end of the project description. Time lines in any format will count as part of the allowed 5 page project description.

58. If research and other publications are cited in the project description, can an additional page beyond the 5 page project description limit be used for the reference list?

Yes, an additional page beyond the 5 page project description limit may be used for a reference list of cited research and publications.

59. If the Letter of Intent with clarifications is greater than two pages with the requested clarifications, is the Pre-application Proposal still limited to 14 pages excluding the budget forms and appendices?

If clarifications were requested to the Letter of Intent extending the Letter beyond 2 pages, the additional page will not be counted as part of the 14 allowed pages of the Pre-application Proposal.

60. Should questionnaires, pamphlets, and the table of contents of teaching modules be included in the appendix or should these materials be described in the project description narrative of the Pre-application Proposal?

Materials such as questionnaires, pamphlets, and the table of contents of teaching modules should not be included in the Pre-application Proposal. These materials should be described in section "e" of the project description narrative.

61. What level of indirect costs would be acceptable under this proposal? Is there a minimum or maximum percentage of indirects that should not be exceeded in the budget narrative/spread sheet? Is there a cap on indirect costs?

It is EPA policy that recipients are entitled to "reimbursement" from grant funds for the indirect costs allocable to the EPA share of allowable direct costs of a project. All claims for indirect costs must be supported by an indirect cost rate proposal. See OMB Circular A-122 or A-21 for further guidance - http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/.

Many organizations have negotiated indirect cost rates with the federal government. If an organization does not have a negotiated indirect cost rate, it must prepare and submit an initial indirect cost proposal to its cognizant agency which is generally the agency that provides the largest amount of funds to a grantee over a representative period. To learn more about indirect cost rates please visit - http://www.epa.gov/ogd/recipient/indirect.htm.

The amount of indirect costs included in the award represents the maximum amount to which the recipient is entitled. Organizations that have previously approved indirect cost rates must submit proof at the time of application. The EPA Grants Management Office will accept as reasonable a recipient's request for indirect cost, if it does not exceed $100,000 over the project's life, regardless of the actual indirect cost rate. Organizations that do not prepare indirect cost proposals cannot claim reimbursement of indirect costs.

 


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