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tax-exempt grantor organization making grants is under increased scrutiny to document its relationships to foreign grantees, and can be penalized if it does not.
These R21 grants will not be renewable; continuation of projects developed under this program will be through the regular research grant (R01) program as new applications.
Both the computation of the beginning APIC pool and the ongoing calculations require companies to develop a process for tracking individual Stock option grants.
The campus-community coalition at Near Urban has been in existence for over a decade, during that time the coalition was successful in leveraging a national multiyear, multi-million dollar grant, along with smaller grants.
She and the other eligible competitors had given presentations and she was now sitting with her fingers crossed under the table, waiting anxiously for the vote on which entrepreneurs would take home grants.
A just-released study of 20 grants undertaken by the office of State Controller Steve Westly has raised serious questions about nine of them.
This simulated attack, conducted in May 2003, cost $16 million drawn from grants made available through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
a government information technology (IT), engineering, and scientific services provider, has announced a COMMITS award from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for its Grants Online program.
Whether their law enforcement agencies are large or small, all communities can benefit from using grants.
The Renaissance Society of America will award ten grants for a total amount of $22,000 in the year 2003.
describe any new modifications to the assistance programs, publicize upcoming workshops and seminars for small businesses, as well as post progress on the businesses that have benefited from the cash grants.
The Commission planned to award 95,000 grants last year (70,000 or so entitlement awards to needy students less than 18 months out of high school, and 22,500 competitive-grant program awards for older students).
Karen Christensen, Deputy Director of Grants and Partnerships for the NEA, recognizes this reality: "It is a trend across the agency," and she acknowledges that "grants are smaller (than they were last year).
If a corporation grants to an employee ISOs first becoming exercisable in a single year that relate to shares with a combined fair market value that exceeds $100,000, the rule precluding options on shares in excess of $100,000 per year from qualifying as ISOs is applied by taking options into account in the order in which they were granted.
If you have "reload" options, you should treat them as new grants.
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