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During the NIH SBIR Conference in Louisville Kentucky this past week, Edward Jameson gave a spirited presentation regarding SBIR Accounting, and the importance of negotiating Indirect Rates on the Phase II of an NIH Award. As we always harp at our firm, taking the Provisional 40% F&A rate you receive at Phase I, and carrying [...]
Our Accounting Webinar’s have become a very popular tool since we began running them in 2010. These presentations have opened up many opportunities for business owners to learn the most common accounting mistakes by government contractors, get the basics on how to clear the most common accounting hurdles they face, and discover how Jameson & [...]
During our June 14th webinar with the Larta Institute, the question came up on NIH Grants and if there had been a change in regulation to institute a HARD CAP of $1mm on a Phase II award (similar to those found in other agencies such as the Department of Defense ), or if the [...]
As you apply for a government grant or contract, one of the most important pieces of the cost proposal that is overlooked is what indirect rate to request. Some government agencies, such as the National Institutes of Health, offer a “no-hassle” indirect rate of forty percent based on all direct costs for Phase II SBIR [...]