Rmc Collective Agreement

Four contract-related payments included in the sample, for a total amount of approximately $3,000, were not properly approved in accordance with the FAA. In addition, several contracts were signed for interviewees and guest speakers following the launch of the service provision, particularly in cases where the contractor visited the RMCC for the event. This is contrary to TB`s contractual policy, which requires, before the start of the costs, proof of approval of the contractual conditions. A model contract, approved by the CDA, was for leadership training for contractors. The government should not fund the training of contractors for the skills they already need to have to qualify for their contract. The CMCFA and the Secretariat of the Governing Council of Canada, following a collective bargaining meeting held from June 3 to June 12. A provisional agreement for the UT Group took place on 27 July 2019. That`s ok. During the last collective bargaining process for higher education, memberships were discussed and the resulting Higher Education Collective Agreement, Appendix D, authorized the acquisition of individual memberships through the use of funds for the allocation of university faculty, without the need for prior authorization from the Deputy Minister. Company affiliations must always be subject to prior authorization, in accordance with the instructions of the Deputy Minister, as has been the case for RMCC, and continue to be tracked/notified. In accordance with the collective agreement, detailed guidelines for the allocation of expenses and reimbursement procedures for professional development are developed by 1 At the latest For example, if a project requires three junior and one senior level assistants over an estimated period of three years, the estimated work and travel of the four contractors during that period should be included in a contract invitation5.

Overhead. Currently, the overhead costs of each research project are billed as an effort and maintained on a special account, at the discretion of the RMCC principle. The reason for these fees is to cover the indirect costs that the research imposes on the university, such as. B the purchase of additional project-related library books or the hiring of new administrators to manage research agreements, financial transfers and contracts. However, according to the RMCC, only a small portion of the overhead costs collected was actually used for this type of expenditure. In the 2009/10 GJ, RMCC Research raised $1.7 million in overhead costs, of which $1.5 million was redistributed to fund research projects for which there was no sponsor. Only $0.2 million was used to offset the indirect costs described by RMCC. Most of the parties interviewed were aware of the overhead costs and did not question them, but did not know whether the collection of such a fee from another section of the DND was in accordance with the guidelines.

The department`s financial policy officials have indicated that RMCC is only entitled to cover the direct costs of projects funded by other DND agencies. . . .