Overhead Costs Sample Clauses

Overhead Costs. This category includes the overhead rate as a percentage of direct salary costs established in conformance with applicable Federal guidelines for labor and administrative overhead. Separate overhead rates shall be detailed for the Prime Consultant, Consultant Extension of Staff Personnel and Prime Sub-consultant.
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Overhead Costs. The Decimal Ratio of Allowable Overhead Costs to the Contractor Firm's Total Direct Salary Costs. Allowable Overhead Costs include general, administrative and overhead costs of maintaining and operating established offices, and consistent with established firm policies, and as defined in the Federal Acquisitions Regulations, Part 31.2.
Overhead Costs. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that the Multiplier Compensation includes all of Consultant’s overhead costs and expenses incurred in performing Work pursuant to this Master Agreement. The Multiplier is in lieu of itemized payments for fringe benefits, overhead expenses and associated project costs, including, without limitation: • Fringe benefits, such as payroll taxes, holidays, vacation and sick time, health, life and accidental insurance, retirement plans, etc. • Overhead or Indirect Costs, such as outside accounting and legal services, occupancy costs, depreciation costs, professional and general liability insurance, general management and administration, business taxes, etc. • Associated project costs, such as costs to cover customary office costs, network infrastructure and information systems, CAD and computer usage, in-house reproducing services, including graphics and photocopying, printing, postage, overnight delivery, courier services, cell phone and data plan charges, etc.
Overhead Costs. No reimbursement for overhead costs shall be allowed unless provided for in the Scope of Work hereunder.
Overhead Costs. The Overhead Rate set forth on Schedule C is inclusive of Overhead and Burden. "Overhead" includes the non-payroll indirect costs of the home and branch offices of Consultant which are allowable and allocable to the Services, and "Burden" includes payroll- related costs (e.g., payroll related taxes, insurance, and fringe benefits). The Overhead and Burden rates applicable to Consultant employees who perform Services in relation to this Agreement shall be the Consultant's audited rates approved by the Texas Department of Transportation ("TxDOT"), the United States Department of Transportation ("USDOT") or another governmental authority recognized by the Board. The Consultant must provide evidence of approval of the Overhead and Burden rate by TxDOT, USDOT or another cognizant authority on a yearly basis. However, the combined Overhead and Burden rate shall not exceed a maximum of 115% of labor costs for Field Office Staff and 140% of labor costs for Home Office Staff.
Overhead Costs. The Company shall reimburse the Administrator for its pro rata portion of the Administrator’s total operating expenses not incurred for direct benefit of any party whom the Adviser manages, including, but not limited to rent, telephone, IT services, and general office expenses (hereinafter, collectively, “Overhead Costs”).
Overhead Costs. The Administrator will multiply the Administrator’s actual monthly Overhead Costs by the Monthly Percentage. The result of such calculation will yield the total Overhead Costs allocable to the Company.
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Overhead Costs. Tax Items related to overhead costs and expenses that do not directly relate to either Business shall be allocated between the Noble Business and the Paragon Business in a manner that is consistent with the practice of the Groups before the Spin-off Date.
Overhead Costs. Overhead Costs are those costs other than direct costs, which are included as such on the books of the CONSULTANT in the normal everyday keeping of its books. Progress payments shall be made at the rate shown in the heading of this AGREEMENT under “Overhead Progress Payment Rate.” Total overhead payment shall be based on the method shown in the heading of the AGREEMENT. The two options are explained as follows:
Overhead Costs. Overhead Costs will be all business expenses allocated by Engineer for rendering engineering services for the Project, including the fringe benefits for the employees who will be utilized on the Project. Engineer's overhead cost will be charged to District as a fixed percentage of the Direct Costs as identified in Section 3.1 a.
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