CHEST & SSEDAS cost structure
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first column in budget sheet >statusProjectfundOrganizationReporting categoriesDomainsbudget-categoryDescriptionBeneficiary / service provider
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explanations to the respective columns >gives information to unclear budget blocks, and what needs to be done or is proposed from an earlier draft.Describes the fund to report for. CHEST is more employment focussed, and SSEDAS is quite open. So we need to shift between them. That also changed with the contract change requested by the EC in mid march. Before it was mentioned to not be relevant for CHEST as well.Which organization processes the funds. There is still some issues to clarify with CHEST, the EC, how to handle between Ecobytes and Get Active. Internally, or without that restriction from outside, we are free moneuver.Categories seen from a perspective of what the funder (in particular CHEST) requires to be reported. There is certain ammounts set for certain categories, as well as an open topic how to handle shifts from the original application, that less employment is with Get Active and more with Ecobytes, which internally is clarified, but needs to be validated as legit by the funder. Domains of work, that are relevant for us internally to get a feeling for the work. This is probably the most important category!More detailed specification in relation to the Domains.short descriptive noteWho does the work / get´s the money. With the employments that is slightly fuzzy, and we also need to be clear, that people might but a lot more effort to a task, that we could possibly pay with a usual payroll rate
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Administration
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Community & Communication
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Overhead Costs
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Technical
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PersonalContracted personnel by the partner organisations
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SubcontractingSubcontracting (invoice based) types of work
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TravelTravel costs to meetings, etc.
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MeetingsCosts related to meetings & hackathons, including food, lodging, etc. (but not travel costs)
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MaterialsOffice materials, hardware, prints, etc.
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OverheadsOverhead costs (accounting, general organisation management, etc.)
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