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Full cost recovery is now widely accepted. It is not a new idea, but more and more organisations are using it to manage their costs better, and more funders are accepting that they ought to cover the full costs of the activity or project.
This guidance note on FCR introduces the ideas and techniques. You should read this before looking at the templates listed below.
Many templates and tools exist to help you. Here are some that may be of use. You may find these tools difficult to understand at first, but your local CAS may be able to help you.
CA Plus, have a suite of free tools available on their website
Click here to go to the CA Plus website.