unallowable

unallowable

(ˌʌnəˈlaʊəbəl)
adj
not allowable; unacceptable or inadmissible
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The official characterized those costs as "unallowable."
Unallowable Costs: All government funders have defined more than two dozen types of costs that should never be charged to a government funder in a Certified Cost Report.
The review of subpart E includes detailed discussion on which costs are allowable and which are unallowable. The lessons on subpart F cover key terms, basic requirements, and roles and responsibilities associated with the audit of Federal awards.
Last week, after months of vague statements, the TEA sent a letter to all superintendents ending what it called "unallowable double funding," using state funding to educate kids living in migrant shelters, which are already funded by the federal government.
Historically, Foundation funds provided gap funding, matching funds to enable programs to draw down federal funds, and coverage for unallowable expenses under federal guidelines.
The changes indicated that the water proportion variations were comprehensively impacted by the changes of pore sizes; additionally, the AW decrease did not mean that the micropore numbers decreased but rather that those pores transformed into mesopores under a cyclic "shrink-swell" effect, causing unallowable deformation generation and internal damage within the coal matrix.
If the required modification of the application scheme is unallowable on some reasons and overlapping inter-partite contours are absent (as in application represented in fig.
Examples of unallowable expenses include those incurred in connection with the formation, design, or termination of the plan.
$86,061 spent on "unallowable promotional giveaway items," such as sunscreen and water bottles.
That kind of malfunctioning would be unallowable for a PSV in service because it would endanger attached pressure equipment and bring significant losses.
As a culture more invested in the inchoate ramblings of teenage pop stars than in the earned wisdom of the early-bird-special class, we find anything outside the imagined norm of the elderly - bad words, motorcycles, sex, shenanigans, high jinks - improbable, unallowable and automatically comedy gold.