|Allowable Cost Table
||This page provides quick and easy access to resources for Principal Investigators.
||The federal government requires educational institutions that receive significant federal funding to disclose their cost accounting practices by completing a disclosure statement, referred to as the DS-2. The University of Texas at Dallas submitted this document to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in January 2005.The DS-2 document contains basic policies and procedures about UTD’s accounting practices regarding direct and indirect costs, service center charges, and employee benefits as they pertain to federal sponsored projects. Employees who are or might be involved in creating federal proposals, budgets and authorizing expenditures of federal funds must be familiar with the policies and procedures described in this document and summarized in the enclosed DS-2 Fact Sheet.
|DS-2 Fact Sheet
||The federal government requires institutions that receive more than $25 million in federal research contracts or grants to disclose their cost accounting practices for measuring, assigning and allocating costs in a disclosure statement, DS-2. The disclosure statement provides the federal government with more fiscal controls to ensure greater efficiency, effectiveness and accountability by institutions receiving federal grants or contracts. The UT Dallas Office of Budget and Finance created the DS-2 document, which follows the format, prescribed by the federal government and represents the pertinent UT Dallas policies and procedures.
|IDT Journal Approver Quick Guide
||This job aid provides step-by-step directions on reviewing and approving the Intra/Inter Departmental Transfer Journal.
|IDT Journal Quick Guide
||This job aid provides step-by-step directions on creating the Intra/Inter Departmental Transfer Journal.
||An IDT is an auditable general ledger journal transaction that enables authorized users to transfer revenue or expenses from one cost center to another.This policy is designed to facilitate uniform completion and processing of Intra/Inter Departmental Transfers.
||Service Centers are established for the purpose of providing goods and services to University customers. The Centers are expected to offer goods or services that are unique, convenient, or not readily available from external sources while also not being subject to external market forces. A written request, initial approval, and an ongoing review are needed for all service centers.