Allowable costs under Preparedness Cooperative Agreements.
System Members may spend Federal funds that DHS provides under any Preparedness Cooperative Agreement and any required matching funds under 44 CFR 13.22 and this section to pay reasonable, allowable, necessary and allocable costs that directly support System activities, including the following:
(a) Administration, including:
(1) Management and administration of day-to-day System activities such as personnel compensation and benefits relating to System maintenance and development, record keeping, inventory of equipment, and correspondence;
(2) Travel to and from System activities, meetings, conferences, training, drills and exercises;
(3) Tests and examinations, including vaccinations, immunizations and other tests that are not normally required or provided in the course of a System Member's employment, and that DHS requires to meet its standards.
(1) Development and delivery of, and participation in, System-related training courses, exercises, and drills;
(2) Construction, maintenance, lease or purchase of System-related training facilities or materials;
(3) Personnel compensation expenses, including overtime and other related expenses associated with System-related training, exercises, or drills;
(4) System-required evaluations and certifications other than the certifications that DHS requires System Members to possess at the time of entry into the System. For instance, DHS will not pay for a medical school degree, paramedic certification or recertification, civil engineering license, etc.
(1) Procurement of equipment and supplies specifically identified on the then-current DHS-approved Equipment Cache List;
(2) Maintenance and repair of equipment included on the current Equipment Cache List;
(3) Maintenance and repair of equipment acquired with DHS approval through the Federal Excess Property program, except as provided in § 208.25 of this part ;
(4) Purchase, construction, maintenance or lease of storage facilities and associated equipment for System equipment and supplies.
(d) Disaster search canine expenses limited to:
(1) Procurement for use as a System resource;
(2) Training and certification expenses;
(3) Veterinary care.
(e) Management and administrative costs, actually incurred but not otherwise specified in this section that directly support the Sponsoring Agency's US&R capability, provided that such costs do not exceed 7.5 percent of the award/amendment amount.
Title 44 published on 2011-10-01
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