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  • February 02, 2010  FASEF Washington update - FY2011 BUDGET RELEASED
    -The President’s FY 2011 Budget proposes $32 billion for NIH, a $1 billion (3.2 percent) increase over the FY 2010 level.
    - NSF’s 2011 request is $7.4 billion, an increase of $551.8 million (eight percent) over the 2010 level.
  • FASEB Praises President's Budget for Biomedical Research
     In a statement released to the press, FASEB applauded President Obama for the investment in medical research in his FY 2011 budget. “This is the largest proposed funding increase for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) we have seen in a President’s budget in eight years,” said Mark O. Lively, Ph.D. “It clearly indicates that research is a high priority, and we are gratified that the value of science has been affirmed. We are grateful for the leadership of NIH Director Francis Collins and Secretary Kathleen Sebelius; as strong advocates for biomedical research, they undoubtedly had a hand in shaping this budget request.” 
  • FY 2011 Budget: National Institutes of Health (NIH) The President’s FY 2011 Budget proposes $32 billion for NIH, a $1 billion (3.2 percent) increase over the FY 2010 level. In the summary statement released yesterday, all 2011 spending was compared to levels in the 2010 appropriations bill. Funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) were shown separately and not combined with those for 2009 or 2010.  
  • FY 2011 Budget: National Science Foundation (NSF)
    The essence of NSF’s FY 2011 budget request is the reaffirmation of the agency’s roots as the nation’s wellspring of scientific innovation. NSF’s 2011 request is $7.4 billion, an increase of $551.8 million (eight percent) over the 2010 level. An NSF press release notes that this funding level supports the President's goal of increasing the nation's total public and private investment in research and development to at least three percent of the gross domestic product (GDP). In addition, the 2011 budget request includes an increase of 41 percent in the Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction account.
  • FY 2011 Budget: Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science. The funding request for the DoE Office of Science is $5.1 billion, an increase of $218 million, or 4.4 percent, above the FY 2010 funding level.
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  • Community of Science (COS) here

    Web-based subscription service provides a searchable database of funding opportunities updated daily and includes over 18,000 records from public and private sources

  • US National Science Foundation here

    Opportunities for research and education funding in all areas of science and engineering.

  • National Institutes of Health - The Nation's Medical Research Agency here.

  • Grants.gov here

  • Pre-award IMI members resources

    Useful Links to USC pre-award websites and templates.

And Fringe Benefits Calculator

     Basic Budget Template here.

     Current and Pending Form Template (NSF) here.

     Cover Page Template (NSF) here.

 Post-award IMI members resources

  •  Post Award Account Management Template here.

 

Travel IMI members resources

  • Travel Request Template here.
  • USC: Accounting Services Intranet: TA-Travel Authorization here.
  • Travel Reimbursement Template  here.

Foreign Per Diem Rates by Location

FTR Appendix B (Breakdown of Meals/Incidentals)
  •   To calculate the allowable Per Diem Rate:

Go to Foreign Per Diem Rates by Location to find out the “M & IE Rate”And to  FTR Appendix B (Breakdown of Meals/Incidentals)

 The Per Diem Rate =  M &IE Rate – Incidentals

  • Currency Converter, to calculate the conversion use 2% typical credit card rate here.
  • More information about USC travel policy and procedures can be found here.

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