Requesting Reimbursement Sample Clauses

Requesting Reimbursement. Requests for reimbursements must be submitted via the ASAP system. Requests for reimbursement should coincide with normal billing patterns. Each request must be limited to the amount of disbursements made for the Federal share of direct project costs and the proportionate share of allowable indirect costs incurred during that billing period.
Requesting Reimbursement. Requests for reimbursements must be made electronically through Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Financial Service Center (ORFSC) VIPERS. To access and use VIPERS, you must enroll at xxxxx://xxxxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/vipers.htm. Detailed instructions on how to enroll are provided on the web site. For non-construction awards, you must submit a Standard Form (SF) 270, “Request for Advance or Reimbursement,” at xxxxx://xxxxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/vipers.htm and attach a file containing appropriate supporting documentation. The file attachment must show the total Federal share claimed on the SF 270, the non-Federal share claimed for the billing period if cost sharing is required, and cumulative expenditures to date (both Federal and non-Federal) for each of the following categories: salaries/wages and fringe benefits; equipment; travel; participant/training support costs, if any; other direct costs, including subawards/contracts; and indirect costs. For construction awards, you must submit a SF 271, “Outlay Report and Request for Reimbursement for Construction Programs,” through VIPERS.
Requesting Reimbursement. A-37 California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System Agencies will prepare a Cal OES Form F-42, and supporting documentation at the incident, which is the basis for reimbursement due and invoice preparation. These forms are provided by Cal OES Fire and Rescue Division. The Form F-42 must be signed by a responsible officer of the jurisdiction seeking reimbursement and by the State of California or Federal Fire Agency Incident Command to verify that the resources requested on the F-42 were authorized by the ordering agency and is the initial step for invoice processing. The completed F-42 is forwarded to Cal OES Fire and Rescue Division Headquarters for processing. FORMS F-42 should be submitted to the Cal OES Fire Agency Representative at the incident. In the absence of a Cal OES Fire Agency Representative, FORMS F-42 should be SUBMITTED TO Cal OES FIRE AND RESCUE DIVISION BY THE CALIFORNIA FIRE AND RESCUE MUTUAL AID SYSTEM AGENCY WITHIN 30 CALENDAR DAYS OF RELEASE FROM THE INCIDENT OR PAYMENT WILL BE DELAYED. A-38 Within 60 calendar days of receipt of the F-42, Cal OES Fire and Rescue Division will process the F-42 data into invoices (F-142) and return to the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System Agency for verification of billing amounts and signature. THERE WILL BE A DELAY IN PAYMENT FOR INVOICES (F-142) NOT RETURNED TO Cal OES FIRE AND RESCUE DIVISION WITHIN 30 CALENDAR DAYS OF RECEIPT FOR VERIFICATION OF BILLING AMOUNTS AND SIGNATURE. A-39 Upon return receipt and verification of the invoice (F-142) by the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System Agency, Cal OES Fire and Rescue Division will forward the invoice (F-142) to the appropriate State of California or Federal Fire Agency within 30 calendar days along with a copy of the F-42 as the source document. Inquiries from the State of California and Federal Fire Agencies regarding amounts billed will first be addressed to Cal OES Fire and Rescue Division as soon as possible, as the first step in a joint resolution process. A-40 The State of California or Federal Fire Agency will remit payment to the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System Agency within 60 calendar days of receipt of invoice (F-142) from Cal OES. A-41 In the event that CAL FIRE or a Federal Fire Agency identifies a discrepancy with an invoice (F-142), Cal OES will provide the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System Agency a new invoice with the corrected invoice amount and the reason for the change. Cal OES has 30 calend...
Requesting Reimbursement. Requests for reimbursements must be submitted via the ASAP system. Requests for reimbursement should coincide with normal billing patterns. Each request must be limited to the amount of disbursements made for the Federal share of direct project costs and the proportionate share of allowable indirect costs incurred during that billing period. • Adjusting payment requests for available cash. Funds that are available from repayments to, and interest earned on, a revolving fund, program income, rebates, refunds, contract settlements, audit recoveries, credits, discounts, and interest earned on any of those funds must be disbursed before requesting additional cash payments.
Requesting Reimbursement. Requests for reimbursements must be made electronically through Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Financial Service Center (ORFSC) VIPERS. To access and use VIPERS, you must enroll at xxxxx://xxxxxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/vipers.htm. Detailed instructions on how to enroll are provided on the web site.
Requesting Reimbursement. Accomplishment reports and maps of completed work will be submitted with all requests for reimbursement. Partial payment form along with invoices and proof of payment for grant-funded purchases, Cash Match form along with proof of payment, and In-Kind Match form Partial payments may be submitted as needed and must include all up-to-date required documents and accomplishment reports Accomplishment reports will include grant contract deliverables and their impacts Photo documentation of the project’s progress at appropriate phases, and illustrations, diagrams, charts, graphs, and maps to show results Maps will: o Identify the location and Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) of trees that have been removed o Identify the location of stumps that have been ground o Identify the location and Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) of trees that have been treated o Identify the location and species of trees that have been planted All trees removed, treated, and planted will be mapped and submitted as shapefiles, with the planted trees identified by species, to obtain grand fund reimbursement. If your community does not have access to shapefile- generating software, please notify your DNR Urban and Community Forestry Team Member, and they will work to assist you. Following the submission of invoices and accomplishment reports, a compliance check will be conducted by Minnesota Department of Natural Resources staff. Staff will do a site evaluation ensuring that tree species submitted on maps are correctly identified and planted in accordance with the standards set in the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Pocket Guide to Planting Trees. Staff will also ensure that the project adheres to the 20-10-5 guideline which means that following planting, a community has no more than 20% of their trees within a single family, no more than 10% of their trees within a single genus, and no more than 5% of their trees within a single species. Staff will confirm that planted tree stock is 1-2” caliper bareroot or a container class size #20 or smaller.

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  • Tuition Reimbursement A. Agencies may approve full or partial tuition reimbursement, consistent with agency policy and within available resources.

  • Compensation; Reimbursement At the closing of each Offering (each, a “Closing”), the Company shall compensate Xxxxxxxxxx as follows:

  • Expense Reimbursement The Company will reimburse Executive for reasonable business expenses in accordance with the Company’s standard expense reimbursement policy. For the avoidance of doubt, to the extent that any reimbursements payable to Executive are subject to the provisions of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”): (a) any such reimbursements will be paid no later than December 31 of the year following the year in which the expense was incurred, (b) the amount of expenses reimbursed in one year will not affect the amount eligible for reimbursement in any subsequent year, and (c) the right to reimbursement under this Agreement will not be subject to liquidation or exchange for another benefit.