additive program income

Swedish translation: tilläggsanslag

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English term or phrase:additive program income
Swedish translation:tilläggsanslag
Entered by: Lisa Del Pap (X)

14:01 Dec 14, 2012
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Bus/Financial - Government / Politics / Grant management within healthcare and public sector
English term or phrase: additive program income
I'm working on a term translation. The context is grant management, specifically within public sector organizations. The definition of "additive program income" is: "Income generated on a project, which is available in addition to the amount of funding provided by the project sponsor." tilläggsprograminkomst, ytterligare programinkomst?? Tack för hjälpen!
Lisa Del Pap (X)
Sweden
Local time: 02:46
tilläggsanslag
Explanation:
Jag tror att det räcker att skriva "tilläggsanslag" efter att ha läst definitionen på "program income", se nedan!
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Anita Hedman
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Local time: 02:46
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tilläggsanslag


Explanation:
Jag tror att det räcker att skriva "tilläggsanslag" efter att ha läst definitionen på "program income", se nedan!


    Reference: http://www.nationalserviceresources.org/files/program-income...
Anita Hedman
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Asker: Tack så jätte mycket!

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