Lewis-Clark State College
500 8th Avenue, Lewiston ID 83501
Tax ID: 82-6000935
DUNS Number: 07 663 0623
IPEDS ID: 142328
OPE ID: 00162100
NSF Institutional Code: 0016212000
Authorized Official: Chet Herbst
Fiscal Agent: Sarah Reaves
Authorized Organization Representative: Charlette Kremer
US Congressional District: ID-0001
ID Legislative District by County: 6-Nez Perce, Lewis (5-Latah, Benewah, 7-Clearwater, Idaho, Shoshone
Carnegie Foundation Classification: Baccalaureate/Diverse
Some grants require a budget narrative (or justification) along with a line-item budget. The budget narrative provides a clear and concise explanation of the expenses (and in some cases revenues) listed on the line-item budget, and serves to provide in depth information that cannot be conveyed in either the budget or the proposal narrative.
Indirect (F&A) cost recovery rate was negotiated with Department of Health and Human Services for 34% of direct costs effective 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2018. When calculating indirect costs EXCLUDE:
If you have any questions about what qualifies for indirect cost please contact us.
Please refer to the Fringe Rate Summary when determining salary and fringe on your budget. For more information, please contact Trudy Alva, Budget Office Director.
Summer salary: Summer salary can only be claimed during the period when an investigator is not on regular appointment with the college (usually mid-May to mid-August).
Compensation in excess: Any claim for extra compensation by LCSC regular salaried personnel must be justified in a memo and approved by the Provost. Faculty extra-compensation paid as overtime pay or a temporary salary increase is an unallowable expense on sponsored projects. The rate of pay must be consistent with the base salary.
Tip: Increase all direct costs by 4%; increase fringe by 1%; for each consecutive year of proposed project. Do not increase indirect cost rates.
Memorandum of Understanding
Use when a grant or project requires the services and/or commitment of an outside consultant and/or organization.
Work Made for Hire
A "work made for hire" is a work created by an employee as part of his or her job, or a work created on behalf of a client where all parties agree in writing to the Work Made for Hire desgination. According to the US copywrite law, if a work is "made for hire" the employer - not the employee - is considered the legal author. (Source)
LCSC 501(c)(3) Status Confirmation
LCSC is recognized as having 501(c)(3) statue, indicating the institution is tax exempt.