Deductive Program Income

Deductive income is defined as program funds that are deducted, or off-set, from the total award's allowable costs to determine the net allowable costs on which the sponsor's share of costs is based. Unless otherwise approved in the grant award, use of program income defaults to deductive for States. Funding used in accordance with the deductive method shall not exceed total approved award amount per regulation.

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