Other Direct Costs Sample Clauses

Other Direct Costs. If necessary to complete the Services, Contractor also agrees to procure and provide all materials or other direct cost items necessary to complete the Services and to charge Mercy Corps for only the actual costs incurred by Contractor for other direct costs incurred in performing the Services. Contractor will use its best efforts to obtain the best possible prices for all other direct costs, including, when reasonable, obtaining multiple competing bids and selecting the item with the best value. Any materials that cost in excess of [amount and currency -contact your Head of Finance for donor-related thresholds] must be presented to Mercy Corps for its written approval prior to Contractor purchasing the item(s). Contractor must obtain receipts for all costs it charges to Mercy Corps hereunder that are above $25 USD and include them in invoice submissions. Mercy Corps may request additional documentation regarding prices paid, quality, and contractual arrangements at any point and may withhold or dispute payment for any costs until such documentation is provided. Likewise, if Contractor makes purchases at rates that Mercy Corps reasonably determines exceed local market rates for the materials, Mercy Corps may choose to only reimburse Contractor for verified market rates in the local market.
Other Direct Costs. Other Direct Costs (“ODC”) are identified in Exhibit B, Cost Summary. ODC shall be billed at cost, without markup. Allowable ODC fall into two categories: Invoiced ODC and Lump Sum ODC. Invoiced ODC are approved in advance by the Project Representative and are actually incurred. For all Invoiced ODC, the Consultant shall have a receipt from an independent company for goods or services and include Subcontract Costs and Travel Costs. Lump Sum ODC are negotiated and defined in the Agreement as Lump Sum ODC. All other ODC are unallowed costs.
Other Direct Costs. Itemized detail of travel expenses incurred by individuals or other direct costs (e.g., supplies) billed by the Government and related to this MOU. The itemized detail of such expenditures may be provided in a report from the Government’s general ledger or accounts payable system. If provided in such a manner, such documentation shall be either certified or attested to by an appropriate Government representative as a report from the Government’s general ledger or accounts payable system that represents actual expenditures paid, as related to this MOU, incurred during the billing period and charged on invoices submitted to the Department. If such a report is not submitted to fulfill this requirement, the Government must submit individual’s expense vouchers, copies of related invoices paid or other receipts for any individual costs exceeding $500.
Other Direct Costs. For any justified direct cost incurred for Change Order work not covered by the categories of costs contained in Sections 10.7.1 through 10.7.4, DB Contractor shall accept as full payment therefor an amount equal to the actual cost to DB Contractor for such direct cost item without additional markup. Back-up documentation supporting each cost item for this category shall be provided by DB Contractor and approved by TxDOT in writing prior to any payment authorization being granted.
Other Direct Costs. In addition to the above the following expenses necessary for the Project may be allowed.  Net insurance premiums paid for insurance required for the grant Project;  Costs of permits and licenses for the grant Project;  Non-litigation legal costs for the Project directly relating to the activities; in this paragraph, “non-litigation legal costs” includes expenses for the Grantee’s legal staff and outside legal counsel performing non-litigation legal services;  Office lease/rental payments;  Other direct costs for the Project directly relating to the activities and identified in the grant documents; and/or  Land or other real property or reasonable and ordinary costs related to interests in land including easements, right-of-ways, or other defined interests.
Other Direct Costs. The out-of-pocket costs and expenses directly related to the project that are not a part of the normal company overhead expense.
Other Direct Costs. (ODC) Direct reimbursable expenses (ODCs Other Direct Costs) shall include actual direct costs (with no xxxx up) of expenses directly incurred in performing the work. Al l ODCs are subject to approval in writing by the SFPUC Project Manager. The following items will be eligible for reimbursement as ODCs: • Out-of-town travel shall mean outside the nine Bay Area counties: San Francisco, Alameda, Marin, Santa Xxxxx, Sonoma, Contra Costa, Napa, San Mateo, Xxxxxx); • Out- of town meal, travel and lodging expenses for project-related business trips, including, but not limited to: o Rental vehicle: traveler must select the most economical contractor and type of vehicle available and acquire any commercial rate or government discount avaiiable when the vehicie is rented; P-500 (5-09) (5/09) B-2 CS-235 o Personal vehicle use: Contractor will be paid per mile as established by the United State Intemal Revenue Service and only for that portion of travel that is outside the nine Bay Area counties and non-routine. Should the travel begin or end on a normal workday, the Contractor subtract commuting mileage from total mileage to calculate reimbursable mileage. The Contractor shaii submit to the City an approved mileage log with its monthly invoices; o expenses shall be reasonable and actual but limited to Federal government per diem rates; o Lodging expenses shall be reasonable and actual but limited lo the US General Services Administration rates unless otherwise pre-approved in writing.
Other Direct Costs. The following categories of costs are eligible for reimbursement, which shall be made at the actual cost to CONSULTANT without any additional xxxx-up: