Usda Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement

Authorized Departmental Officer (ADO) refers to an REE Agency official with delegated authority to negotiate, award, manage and terminate cooperation agreements without assistance. The REE agency must document the interest of all parties in the project. There is a mutual interest if all parties benefit from the same quality of the price objectives. If a party to the cooperation agreement, without support, was independently interested in the project shared by the other party and all parties would provide funds to achieve the final outcome of the project, there is a mutual interest. (i) public cooperative institutions. The payment of indirect costs to public cooperative institutions under an unseasing cooperation agreement is prohibited, as in 7 United States. C 3319. This prohibition does not apply to funds for international agricultural programs implemented by a state cooperative institution and managed by the secretary, nor to funds provided by a federal agency for such a program or cooperation project through a transfer of funds, advance or repayment. (2) Teaching mission. Reimbursement of education costs to state cooperative institutions under unsured cooperation agreements is prohibited. (7 United States). C 3319) d) The co-operator must provide the IP agency with copies of all final publications and audiovisual media resulting from unsusced research under the cooperation agreement. While the cooperation agreements described in this rule differ significantly from the federal aid agreements used by most federal grant agencies, REE amends as a matter of good practice 7 CFR Part 550 of 2 CFR Part 200, «Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards» (78 FR 78589), published on December 26.

, 2013, completed by this part, and updating and streamlining existing administrative requirements for non-assistance cooperation agreements. This plan will reduce the administrative burden on non-federal entities that receive federal funds through unaided cooperation agreements, while reducing the risk of waste, fraud and abuse. As a result, the proper use of these cooperation agreements, without the assistance of the REE agency, promotes and facilitates partnerships between the REE agency and the co-operator to support research, extension and education projects that are mutually beneficial to each party. a) object. In this section, the omb guidelines are repeated in subsections A to F of 2 CFR, Part 200, supplemented by this part, as REE policies and procedures for non-assistance cooperation agreements, implemented under the supervision of Section 1472 (b) of the National Agricultural Research, Extension, and Teaching Policy Act of 1977, as amended (7 U.S.C 3318 b). It thus runs up against the co-operative REE non-assistance Start Printed Page 70000 The applicable OMB guidelines, supplemented by this part. (a) USDA federal financial assistance agreements subject to the 2 parts CFR 400 and 415; (2) Statement of Work. A detailed work list should be planned, developed and developed jointly by the co-operator`s PI and the Agency`s ORGANISME to address the objectives, approach, declaration of mutual interest, performance responsibilities (which may include specific performance objectives, indicators, milestones or expected results, such as the results or services rendered by them or the public impact of these objectives , with a planned timetable for completion).

and all reciprocal agreements.