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GRANT PROPOSAL

PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION

 

 
Sponsored Programs assists Principal Investigators in identifying project resource requirements, budget preparation, interpretation of sponsor guidelines, obtaining Institute approval and submission of the proposal to the sponsor.

 

PROCESS OVERVIEW

 

Proposal Preparation Steps

For more detailed instructions see Proposal Preparation Checklist.

1.      Identify sponsor

2.      Prepare project summary

3.      Notify Sponsored Programs Office of planned submission

4.      Identify elements of project budget to include:

a.      Project personnel and effort on project

b.      Equipment costs

c.      Supply costs

d.      Travel costs

e.      Other costs (publication; tuition, etc.)

 

5.  Work with Sponsored Programs to develop budget

6.    In conjunction with Sponsored Programs, complete Proposal  Information Form to identify project resource requirements

7.    Obtain approval of Department Head on Proposal Information Form

8.    Return Proposal Information Form to Sponsored Programs along with current draft of project and final project budget

9.    Sponsored Programs routes proposal for Institute approval

10. Grant application finalized and submitted via appropriate medium to sponsor (eg. Federal Express; Internet)

 

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F&A RATE (overhead)

46.3% Salary/Wages

Expiration date 6/30/16

 

FRINGE BENEFIT RATES

Faculty (Academic Year) and Staff            38.50% Salary/Wage

Project increase of 0.5% per year

 

Faculty (Summer) and Students (Summer)    7.65% Salary/Wage

 

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PROPOSAL GUIDELINES FOR NSF
The NSF Grant Proposal Guide (GPG) provides guidance for the preparation and submission of proposals to NSF via, the NSF FastLane System. Some NSF programs have program solicitations that modify the general provisions of this guide, and, in such cases, the guidelines provided in the solicitation must be followed.

  

  

Grant Proposal Guide NSF 14-1 , February 2014
(Use for proposals due beginning February 24, 2014)
 

  

Grants.gov Applicant User Guide
   The Grants.gov Applicant User Guide is a comprehensive reference
   to information about Grants.gov for proposal submissions to NSF via
   the Grants.gov site. NSF proposals can be submitted using FastLane
   or Grants.gov unless specifically identified in the solicitation.
 

 


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