As a recipient of federal funds, your center or SILC is required to have purchasing policies in place which meet the Uniform Guidance/Uniform Administrative Requirements. Your limits for each category can be less, but cannot exceed, these limits. These changes
ILRU maintains directories for CIL partners — for the Centers and state associations of centers at http://www.ilru.org/projects/cil-net/cil-center-and-association-directory and for SILCs at http://www.ilru.org/projects/silc-net/silc-directory I am always a little surprised when I get a question from our ranks about where a center
From https://www.doi.gov/ibc/services/finance/indirect-cost-services/faqs Indirect Cost Services General Questions Click here to view new Rate Options available in 2CFR Part 200 1. What is an indirect cost rate? An indirect cost rate is a tool for determining the proportion of indirect costs
In the State Plan for Independent Living section of the Act – 704 (i) — clearly requires the SPIL to include in the SPIL a plan for the cooperation between the SILC and CILs as well as others: Sec. 704.