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Tips for Proposal Preparation. Rochelle A. McArthur PAMI/CIBER Shidler College of Business ([email protected]). Selected Proposals/Funding Agencies. CIBER (U.S. Department of Education) FIPSE (U.S. Department of Education) Asian Development Bank Philippine Government Agencies

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Tips for Proposal Preparation

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Tips for Proposal Preparation

Rochelle A. McArthur

PAMI/CIBER

Shidler College of Business

([email protected])


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Selected Proposals/Funding Agencies

  • CIBER (U.S. Department of Education)

  • FIPSE (U.S. Department of Education)

  • Asian Development Bank

  • Philippine Government Agencies

  • USDA CSREES

  • UH University Research Council

  • UH SEED


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Tips to Remember

  • Know and focus on your strengths

    • Yourself, your organization, your partners

    • Build on and emphasize your strengths

    • Utilize best person/unit for the job


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  • Know your funding agency

    • Follow proposal guidelines—deadlines, format, font size, page limits, etc.

    • Agency mission, objectives and priorities

    • Get to know the project officer


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  • Put yourself in shoes of reviewer

    • What are they looking for

    • Is your proposal credible

    • Does your proposal make sense

    • Is the budget within guidelines and reasonable


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  • Proportional use of time, effort, content

    • According to points allocated by guidelines

    • Outsource sections if you have staff, colleagues, partners, friends

    • Assemble sections that can be done early


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  • Establish timetable for proposal preparation

    • Internal and external deadlines and schedules

    • Have others review/edit document

    • Flexibility and emergency

    • Get away from it and then review again


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