(5) Uses federal funds in accordance with its agreement to deliver a program for public purposes defined in the Approval Regulation, as opposed to the provision of goods or services for the benefit of the Passe-Through unit. (3) Does not contain an agreement providing only: (c) The federal awarding agency is authorized to terminate all or part of this grant or co-operative contract or to invalidate it if the federal awarding agency is aware that the recipient has not exercised the duty of care covered by point (a) of that clause, or where the federal agency informs that the funds received under this grant or cooperation contract are directly or indirectly allocated to an individual or to a unit that actively opposes coalition forces participating in an emergency operation actively involving members of the armed forces in hostilities. (a) the federal price instrument. The Bundesvergabestelle or Pass-Through-Stelle must decide on the appropriate instrument for awarding federal contracts (i.e. the grant agreement, cooperation agreement or contract) under the Federal Grant and Cooperative Agreement Act (31 U.S.C 6301-08). iii. A subcontract may be granted by a legal agreement, including a contract that you or a sub-receiver considers a contract. This portion applies to grants, co-operative contracts, loans and other types of federal financial assistance within the meaning of 25.406. The non-federal unit may receive federal distinctions as beneficiaries, sub-recipients and contractors at the same time, depending on the content of its agreements with federal attribution agencies and pass-through facilities. Therefore, a passport company must decide on a case-by-case basis whether any agreement reached for the payment of federal funds places the party receiving the funds in the role of a subcontractor or contractor. The federal granting agency may provide and require additional guidelines to support these findings to recipients, provided that these guidelines are not inconsistent with this section. (a) For states, payments are subject to the agreements of the Government Cash Management Improvement Act (CMIA) and codified defaults under 31 CFR Part 205 and the Financial Cash Manual (TFM) 4A-2000, “Global Payment Rules for All Federal Agencies.” (2) cooperation agreements (which do not contain a research and development cooperation agreement under the Federal Technology Transfer Act of 1986 as amended (15 U.C 3710a); the signing of a grant agreement and the manner in which payments are made.

B. Unless section 200.414 is required, if an educational institution does not have a bargaining rate with the federal government at the time of award (because the educational institution is a new beneficiary or because the parties cannot agree on a sentence), the interim rate used at the time of award must adjust the provisional rate used at the time of award. , as soon as a rate has been negotiated and approved by the cognitive body for indirect costs. Depending on the nature of the action, grant agreements may take the form of agreements with single beneficiaries, the applicant being the sole beneficiary, or agreements with several beneficiaries in which all the consortium`s partner organizations are beneficiaries of the agreement. The agreement on several beneficiaries is signed by the coordinator, who is the only point of contact for the national or executive agency.