4 Capital Area Council of Governments FY 2015 Cost Allocation Plan The Capital Area Council of Governments uses the cost allocation method prescribed in OMB Circular A 87, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) publication: A Guide for State, Local and Indian Tribal Governments (ASMB C 10); Review Guide for State and Local Governments State/Local Wide Central Service Cost Allocation Plans and Indirect Cost Rates; and the Texas Uniform Grants Management Standards (UGMS) to distribute shared costs throughout the grants and programs that it administers. Six direct cost pools have been established for common services: Accounting Services, Payroll & Personnel Services, Computer Support, Copier, Telephone, and Office Space. Actual accumulated costs are pooled into separate cost pools and these costs are distributed directly to programs each month. The allocation method for: Accounting Services is number of accounting transactions Payroll & Personnel Services is the number of labor hours per program Computer Support Services is the number of network connections per program.. Copier and Telephone is a proportional share of copies and phone charges Office Space is based on actual square footage per program. OVERVIEW Basis of Accounting: CAPCOG uses the current financial resources measurement focus and the modified accrual basis of accounting. Revenue is recognized as soon as it is both measurable and available. Revenue is considered to be available when it is collectible within the current period or soon enough thereafter to pay liabilities of the current period. For this purpose, the CAPCOG considers revenue to be available if it is collected within 60 days of the end of the current fiscal period. Expenditures generally are recorded when the liability is incurred, as under accrual accounting. However, debt service expenditures, as well as expenditures related to compensated absences and claims and judgments are recorded only when payment is due. Expenditure driven grants are recognized as revenue when the qualifying expenditures have been incurred and all other grant requirements have been met. Grant revenues, state financial assistance, membership dues and interest are susceptible to accrual. All other revenue items are considered to be measurable and available only when cash is received by the CAPCOG. Indirect Cost Rate Allocation Base: Total Salaries and Wages. Fringe Benefits: Fringe benefits are charged to each Program Cost Pool in direct proportion to the actual salaries charged to each. No fringe benefit rate is necessary. Internal Control: Capital Area Council of Governments maintains adequate internal controls to insure that no cost is charged both directly and indirectly to Federal and State contracts or grants. CAPCOG CAPCOG Cost Allocation Plan September 25, 2014 Page 1 of 5
5 uses Abila Software s MIP Fund Accounting software which has built in internal control features such as password security, restricted access, levels of authorization, dual entry, date restriction and designated approval processes. In the Navigator mode, accounting transactions are laid out in flow chart fashion so that all steps in a process can be followed. Accumulated Indirect Costs: CAPCOG accumulates all indirect costs and revenues in MIP fund account 100 titled, General Fund, and program codes 110 General Management and 130 General Services. Other policies and guidelines: CAPCOG Fixed Assets Policy CAPCOG Fund Balance Policy CAPCOG Investment Policy CAPCOG Internal Controls Policy CAPCOG Personnel Policies CAPCOG Travel Guidelines DESCRIPTION OF COST ALLOCATION METHODOLOGY: Salaries and Wages: All time is accounted for on employee time sheets, reviewed by supervisors and/or managers and sent to the Finance Department for processing. Timesheets are submitted on a semi monthly basis. The MIP Fund Accounting software distributes the cost to the general ledger of the appropriate grant or pool. Program salaries are charged directly to the appropriate program budget. Salaries and benefits for the Executive Director s staff or other staff services that benefit all program areas are allocated to Indirect Costs. No payroll costs can be duplicated. Fringe Benefits: The following is a list of fringe benefits paid for all regular full time employees: Payroll Taxes FICA Payroll Taxes Medicare Unemployment Insurance Workman's Compensation Retirement Contribution (401K match for those participating) Health Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Long Term Disability Insurance Term Life Insurance Wellness Program Vacation Sick time Holidays Fringe benefits are tracked through the payroll module of the MIP accounting software. Charges to grants and programs are in direct proportion with compensation charges. Release Time (Annual leave, CAPCOG Cost Allocation Plan September 25, 2014 Page 2 of 5
6 sick leave, and holiday leave) is included in the fringe benefit calculation. contribution and a finite amount for merit, when available, are also included. A wellness program Travel: Travel is charged directly to the program or cost pool that it benefits. The purpose of the travel is documented by travel request forms, which the employee prepares and signs prior to receiving payment. Travel costs are finalized with an after travel form that documents final expenses. Travel complies with state and federal guidelines and with CAPCOG s Travel Guidelines. Copies: CAPCOG uses leased copiers, each of which has been programmed with preset codes used to identify the program and grant where appropriate using the machine and the number of copies produced. Actual costs related to this pool are charged out monthly. Postage: Metered postage is charged directly based on actual postage cost. The cost of the leased postage meter is allocated to programs based on the number of items mailed. Communications: Telephone service and the costs are computed and allocated to the program to which the employee is assigned. All long distance calls require the use of an access code for tracking calls by each program, as do conference calls. Space Costs: Office rental is allocated based on actual square foot costs of space used by each program. This rental cost includes proportionate share of conference room used for Committee meetings, etc., and ancillary areas. Average rental cost is at an annual rate of $17.25 per square foot (monthly at $1.42 per square foot). Common Area Maintenance charges and costs for maintenance or repairs are pooled and charged out monthly in proportion to the space used by each program. Other Expenditures: The remaining expenditure categories (such as consumable supplies, meeting registrations, dues, membership and publications, etc.) are costs for which each program directly pays. Documentation to support program allocations includes items such as purchase requisitions, receiving reports and vendor invoices. Capital Equipment: Equipment purchases are expensed directly to programs. Documentation to support program allocations includes items such as purchase requisitions, receiving reports and vendor invoices. Capital purchases are made in accordance with the CAPCOG Procurement Policy and are maintained in the fixed asset inventory. Contracts: Contracts procured for the benefit of grants, programs or cost pools are charged directly to the grants, programs or cost pools that they benefit. Costs are supported by signed contracts, and where expending more than $15,000, with Executive Committee approval. Audit fees are allocated to the grants or programs through the Accounting Services allocation. CAPCOG Cost Allocation Plan September 25, 2014 Page 3 of 5
7 Accounting Services Allocation: These services comprise the overall financial management function for all grants and programs. These services include: recording all cash receipts, processing vendor and subcontractor disbursements, accounts receivable, invoicing, periodic reporting to funding agencies and internal management; budget support, cash management, purchasing and procurement functions, and support for all independent fiscal and operational audit teams and monitoring teams from all funding agencies. Costs are allocated monthly, based on the number of physical accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts, cash disbursements and general journal accounting transactions incurred by individual grants. The MIP accounting system creates computerized calculations which are kept on file to support the transaction counts applied to each grant. The theory behind this method is supported by the premise that, direct labor for all accounting staff members is collectively applied to grants in a manner that directly correlates to the physical transactions generated in the accounting ledgers. This is consistent with ASMB C 10. Information Technology (IT) Allocation: Services for this function primarily relate to the Information Technology (IT) support of the local and wide area computer network systems, which are centralized at CAPCOG s offices. IT support includes all maintenance of the network servers, all peripheral equipment used in the connectivity of the local and wide area computer network systems, maintenance of all network and PC operating systems and all software applications, maintenance of all PC workstations at all locations, ensuring proper licensing, the maintenance of the software library, GIS technical support, and providing technical support and some software training to all employees of CAPCOG. Contracted IT services to sub contractors and third parties help to subsidize expenses and reduce costs to the programs and grants. Costs are allocated monthly based on the number of network connections and devices supported in each program or grant. Payroll and Personnel Services Allocation: These services comprise payroll and human resources functions for CAPCOG. These include the physical processing of a semimonthly payroll run, disbursement and periodic payroll tax reporting, orientation for new employees, organizing required training, enrollment support for all benefits paid by CAPCOG, maintenance of a CAPCOG sponsored defined contribution retirement plan, maintenance and control of all personnel records, and compliance with all federal and state employment laws. The allocation method for Payroll & Personnel Services is the number of labor hours per program. Indirect Costs Allocation: The Indirect Cost pool is used to allocate the general costs of the Capital Area Council of Governments that cannot be directly assigned to a specific department, program or grant. Indirect Cost Pools were established by OMB Circular A 87 and further defined by the Uniform Grants Management Standards (UGMS). These services comprise the overall management function for all grants and programs. The budget for the indirect cost pool includes salary and benefits for the CAPCOG Executive Director, the Deputy Director, Member Services Coordinator, Administrative Assistant to the Director s office, and Receptionist, employee development and training, executive travel, training, general insurance, general membership dues, Executive Committee meetings and travel, General Assembly meetings costs, postage and printing for announcements, meetings and general mailing, software maintenance and direct supplies. CAPCOG Cost Allocation Plan September 25, 2014 Page 4 of 5
8 Costs for any of the employees that can be readily identifiable as associated with a particular program or cost pool will be directly charged to that program. Indirect costs are allocated based on the actual accumulated expenditures in the indirect cost pool. Using the Simplified Allocation Method, the total allowable indirect costs are divided by an equitable distribution base. For CAPCOG, the distribution base is the total salaries and wages. The result of this process is an indirect cost rate, expressed as the percentage which the total amount of allowable indirect costs bears to the base (total salaries and wages).the rate provides a monthly charge to all programs to insure that all programs are equally charged a proportionate share of the Indirect Costs. CAPCOG uses the Indirect Cost with Carry forward method. Allocations within individual programs: Indirect costs and other cost allocations are made at the program level. In some cases, such as in Aging Services programs, costs must be allocated between various funding streams within a program which permit the same expenditures. When this is necessary, the individual programs have developed allocations that are acceptable to their granting agencies. Pass Through: Pass Through is the distribution of goods and services directly for the benefit of the intended purpose of the grants or programs where the contracting entity acts merely as a conduit. Since CAPCOG exercises total administrative, managerial and financial control and oversight, very little of its funds can be considered as pass through funds. Unallowable Costs: CAPCOG recognizes that unallowable costs, as defined by OMB Circular A 87 (2 CFR Part 225) and UGMS, unless exempted or otherwise allowed, cannot be charged to state or federal awards and has internal controls in place to insure that this is followed. CAPCOG Cost Allocation Plan September 25, 2014 Page 5 of 5
9 CAPITAL AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION PLAN October 1, September 30, EXPENDITURES Budget Estimate Budget Salaries 286, , ,202 Temporary Services Release Time & Benefits 140, , ,371 TOTAL PERSONNEL COSTS 427, , ,573 Accounting 18,700 18,700 12,308 Communications 6,522 6,522 8,922 Insurance 17,000 17,000 17,000 Legal 3,000 3,000 3,000 Postage 5,000 5,000 7,000 Printing ,000 Photocopy Expense 12,000 14,400 14,500 Contractual Services 1,500 1,500 1,500 Professional Services 1, ,000 Advertising Prof. Development 3,350 3,350 3,350 Meeting Expense 3,500 3,500 3,500 Subscriptions, Dues 29,000 29,000 30,500 Travel 16,500 13,000 10,000 Office Space 58,650 58,650 69,000 Equipment Maintenance Consumable Supplies 8,000 8,000 8,500 Furniture Lease/Maintenance 22,000 21,320 14,250 Personnel/Payroll Services 16,809 16,809 12,259 Computer Support Services 15,079 15,079 18,925 GIS Services 3,000 Indirect Carryover 29,037 29,037 (46,791) Cost Recovery CAECD (215,000) TOTAL EXPENDITURES 696, , ,297 Basis for Allocation 7,548,286 7,548,286 1,601,799 INDIRECT RATE 9.23% 25.99% Indirect costs are not to be considered Administrative or Overhead Costs. It is an accounting method used when costs are: (a) incurred for a common joint purpose benefiting more than one cost objective; and (b) not readily assignable to the cost objective specifically benefited, without effort disproportionate to the results achieved. This method is outlined in OMB Circular A 87 as an allowable method of cost distribution. CAPCOG uses total direct salaries and wages as the basis for distributing indirect costs to individual program areas, resulting in each award bearing a fair share of the indirect costs in reasonable relation to the benefits received from the costs. Separate costs pools have been established for Accounting, Personnel/Payroll, Computer Support, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and are allocated as direct costs to program areas based on allocation methods included in the approved Cost Allocation Plan.
10 CAPITAL AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS FRINGE BENEFITS October 1, September 30, 2015 RELEASE TIME BENEFITS Vacation 140,291 Sick Leave 102,030 Holidays 140,291 Total Release Time 382, % FICA 253,740 Employee Insurance 561,826 Retirement 233,507 Unemployment Insurance 9,951 Workman's Compensation 7,750 Wellness Program 5,500 Merit Pool 20,000 Total Benefits 1,092, % TOTAL RELEASE TIME AND BENEFITS 1,474, % Total Salaries 3,316,861 Less: Release Time 382,611 BASIS FOR BENEFIT ALLOCATION: 2,934,250 1,474,885 / 2,934, %
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