Presentation on theme: "Submitting an Application to NSF through Grants.gov * Applicant or Researcher 1. Applicant* navigates to Grants.gov website 2. Applicant searches for program."— Presentation transcript:
Submitting an Application to NSF through Grants.gov * Applicant or Researcher 1. Applicant* navigates to Grants.gov website 2. Applicant searches for program announcements 3. Applicant finds a program announcement and downloads application package (PureEdge forms) and instructions 4. Applicant completes application package 5. AOR submits application package to Grants.gov 7. NSF downloads submitted application packages and validates and inserts the information into FastLane 6,8. Confirmations are sent by both Grants.gov and NSF
Primary Goals of NSFs Grants.gov Transition Process NSFs Grants.gov Proposal Integration provides a seamless process which: –Electronically downloads submitted application packages to NSF from Grants.gov and –Inserts the data into NSFs corporate database Proposal submitted via Grants.gov will look the same as a proposal submitted via NSFs electronic proposal system to programs and reviewers
NSF Grants.gov Application Guide Intended to serve as the primary document for use in preparation of NSF applications via Grants.gov Includes step-by-step instructions for completion of each of the SF 424 (R&R) forms as well as the NSF specific forms Provides specific instructions for inclusion and conversion of pdf files
Grants.gov and NSF FastLane Twenty-three funding opportunities posted to Grants.gov Apply for submission to NSF in FY 2005 Thirty-eight proposals were submitted to NSF using these opportunities!! 75% of NSFs Funding Opportunities in Grants.gov Find on Apply –The listing of programs for 06 was provided to Grants.gov and OMB
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