Funds that have been pooled for investment purposes. MIT Pool A contains endowment and similar funds. Pool C contains current invested operating funds.
In SAP, a six-digit number identifying a particular classification of expenses or revenue.
An online tax compliance system, Glacier is designed specifically to help foreign nationals (non-resident aliens) determine their U.S. tax status and complete required tax forms. See details at MIT International Scholars site. An MIT account is required to access Glacier.
All types of personal property including commodities, materials, supplies, and equipment.
Property which may be incorporated into or attached to an end item to be delivered under a contract or which may be consumed in the performance of a contract. Government material includes, but is not limited to raw and processed materials, parts, components, assemblies, small tools, and supplies.
All property owned by, leased to, or acquired by the US government under the terms of contract, grant, or loan agreements. This includes both government-furnished property and MIT-acquired property and is defined as follows:
Government-furnished property is property in the possession of, or acquired directly by the US government and subsequently delivered or otherwise made available to MIT.
MIT-acquired property is property procured, or otherwise provided by MIT for the performance of a contract and for which property title is vested in the government.