May an agency deduct the costs of generating program income from gross income?
(a) A State fish and wildlife agency may deduct the costs of generating program income from gross income when it calculates program income as long as the agency does not:
(1) Pay these costs with:
(i) Federal or matching cash under a Federal grant; or
(ii) Federal cash unrelated to a grant.
(2) Cover these costs by accepting:
(i) Matching in-kind contributions for a Federal grant; or
(ii) Donations of services, personal property, or real property unrelated to a Federal grant.
(b) Examples of costs of generating program income that may qualify for deduction from gross income if they are consistent with paragraph (a) of this section are:
(1) Cost of estimating the amount of commercially acceptable timber in a forest and marking it for harvest if the commercial harvest is incidental to a grant-funded habitat-management or facilities-construction project.
(2) Cost of publishing research results as a pamphlet or book for sale if the publication is incidental to a grant-funded research project.
Title 50 published on 2012-10-01
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