Official Documents & Guidelines

NIFA-18-003 NIFA Annual Monthly ASAP Accounts Suspension Schedule FY 2018

This is the NIFA Annual Monthly Automated Standard Application for Payments (ASAP) Accounts Suspension Schedule for FY 2018.

NIFA-20-004 NIFA Industrial Hemp FAQs

NIFA Industrial Hemp Frequently Asked Questions

NIFA-19-018 EFNEP Integration of Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change Efforts

EFNEP policies, procedures, and guidelines are developed and updated periodically based on federal legislation and regulations, stakeholder expertise and experience, and emerging trends and priorities. These documents ensure program fidelity and accountability, while also allowing for state and local flexibility.

NIFA-19-012 NIFA Research-Agency Specific, October 2019

Updated research terms and conditions for FY 2020, effective 10/1/2019.

NIFA-19-013 Capacity Award Terms and Conditions October 2019

Updated Capacity programs terms and conditions for FY 2020, effective October 1, 2019.

NIFA-19-014 1890 Facilities Program Terms and Conditions, October 2019

Updated 1890 Facilities Grants Terms and Conditions for FY 2020, effective October 1, 2019.

NIFA-19-015 Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR) 2019 Terms and Conditions

Updated Small Business Innovation Research Terms and Conditions for FY 2020, effective October 1, 2019.

NIFA-15-013 Non-Profit Indirect Cost Training Two Rate Method

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture conducted a training on non-profit indirect costs, for the two rate method. The training covered similarities to the one rate method, the differences from the one rate method, what the fringe benefits are, and how to calculate the a fringe benefit rate.

NIFA-14-002 Indirect Cost Rate Proposal Cover Page

Cover letter for indirect cost rate proposals for for-profit and non-profit organizations.

NIFA-15-014 Commercial, For-Profit Indirect Cost Training Two Rate Method

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture conducted a training on commercial, for-profit indirect costs, for the two rate method. The training covered similarities to the one rate method, the differences from the one rate method, what the fringe benefits are, and how to calculate the a fringe benefit rate.