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(a) A grantee that is the recipient of other grants or has income from other sources must submit to the Corporation a cost allocation plan which fairly allocates shared costs between the grant project and non-grant activities.
(b) The cost allocation plan shall provide for the allocation of all general administrative and overhead expenses between the grant project and non-grant activities. However, the allocation may not result in payments to the grantee from all funding sources which exceed the amount owed for such expenses. Costs which can be directly attributed to non-grant activities shall not be charges against the grant.
(c) If an employee of a grantee performs duties under the grant project and duties which are not under the grant project, the grantee shall determine the amount of a payment under 15 AAC 154.775(f) (3) on the basis of the amount of time spent by the employee in performing the duties under the grant project. If the employee concurrently performs the same duty for the grant project and for activities which are not part of the grant project or for a grant project funded by two or more funding sources, the grantee must allocate payments to the employee under 15 AAC 154.775(f) (3) according to a cost allocation plan approved by the Corporation. However, the allocation may not result in payments to the grantee from all funding sources which exceed the amount owed to the employee. A grantee not allocating an employee's time under a cost allocation plan, must keep accurate records reflecting the actual amount of time the employee spends on the grant project and non-grant activities.
(d) The Corporation will, in its discretion, monitor the non-grant activities of a grantee under 15 AAC 154.805 for purposes of determining whether a proposed cost allocation plan or costs submitted to the Corporation fairly allocate shared expenses or employee costs between the grant project and non-grant activities.
History: Eff. 9/23/97, Register 145
Authority: AS 18.55.100
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