Catch Shares for the Recreational Commons Examining a Natural Experiment for Headboats in the US Gulf of Mexico Catch Shares for the Recreational Commons? Examining a Natural Experiment for Headboats in the US Gulf of Mexico Overhead Cost Requirements for Environment Program Grant Proposals The following outlines the s policy on grantee overhead costs for budgets in proposals to the Environment Program. 1. All costs not directly related to on-the-ground conservation work should be excluded from project budgets and grouped into a separate overhead line item for the project as a whole (each year). Overhead costs include office rent, utilities, administrative costs, and all non-programmatic postage, printing, salaries, capital expenditures, and travel, in addition to other miscellaneous indirect costs. 2. No Administrative cost category should be included in the proposal budget. All administrative costs should be included in the overhead line item as detailed above. 3. To the extent that national, regional, or global management staff (i.e. non-field-based staff) contribute directly and programmatically to the proposed project goals, their salaries, travel, and other expenses should be included in project budget as part of programmatic costs, not as part of overhead. 4. The overhead line item may not exceed 15% of the total project costs, e.g. for a $1.0 million project, the overhead line item may not exceed $150,000, for a total proposal of $1,150,000 5. If the budget includes subgrants to other organizations, the subgrantee must also comply with these overhead requirements. The combined overhead of the primary grantee and the subgrantees may not exceed 15% of the total amount requested from WFF. 6. The budget should show total overhead costs in each year, and the narrative should identify the resulting percentage of funding provided for overhead (overhead of both grantee and subgrantees as a percent of the total WFF request).
|Effective start/end date||9/1/12 → 8/31/17|
- Environmental Defense Fund: $182,323.00
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