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Section 4 ( of the Law) Definitions Page 9 (j ) self-determination contract means a contract (or grant or cooperative agreement utilized under section 9 of the Act) entered into under title I of this Act between a tribal organization and the appropriate Secretary for the planning, conduct and administration of programs or services which are otherwise provided to Indian tribes and their members pursuant to Federal Law Provided, That… no contract (or grant or cooperative agreement utilized under section 9 of this Act) entered into under title I of this act shall be construed to be a procurement contract.
CONTRACT FUNDING AND INDIRECT COSTS Section 106(a) Amount of funds provided: (1) Secretarial Funding Level (2) Contract Support Cost (3) Contract Support Cost Direct Contract Support Cost Indirect Cost (4) Savings (5) Start-Up Cost (6)Pre-Award Cost
Start-up costs are one-time costs by the requesting tribe to plan, prepare and assume operation of a Program, Function, Service or Activity. Occurring either prior to, or, after award of the Self-determination agreement, but, are NOT recurring.
Start-up Costs may vary Depending on the capacity of the requesting tribe, and the size and proposed support.
Costs included in Start-up must be reasonable, necessary, and pay for activities that are not provided in DIRECT contract support, or INDIRECT contract support as defined Section 106 of the Act.
Start-up costs may be those costs that occur after the award of the agreement. These can be costs that the tribe incurs within the first year of the agreements administration. These costs are deemed necessary to plan, prepare and assume full operation of the agreement.