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Considering Direct Costs and Indirect Costs

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When developing a budget for your change project, you need to consider direct costs and indirect costs. How do they differ? Can indirect costs be budgeted?

Please use resources from outside Burns and Grove to answer this question. I suggest using a site from a research university or from the federal government.

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Direct Costs: Costs directly related to a research project such as salary, materials, reimbursements to participants, etc.

Indirect Costs: Costs for activities or services that can benefit more than one ...

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This article compares direct cost and indirect costs, and how they are budgeted in research.

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