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Limited Submissions. 3/18/14 SERIES 4, SESSION 3 OF AAPLS – TITLE APPLICANTS & ADMINISTRATORS PREAWARD LUNCHEON SERIES. What is a Limited Submission?.

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Limited submissions

Limited Submissions

3/18/14

SERIES 4, SESSION 3 OF AAPLS –

TITLE

APPLICANTS & ADMINISTRATORS

PREAWARD LUNCHEON SERIES


What is a limited submission

What is a Limited Submission?

  • A Limited Submission is a funding opportunity for which the sponsoring agency has limited the number of proposals an institution may submit.

  • ORA facilitates the limited submission process to ensure such submission restrictions are met.

    http://viceprovost.tufts.edu/researchadmin/find-funding/process-for-limited-submissions-competitions/limited-submissions/


Limited submissions

So what’s the BIG deal?

Submitting too many proposals may result in the automatic rejection of all proposals from Tufts.If a faculty or staff member identifies a limited submission prior to an ORA announcement, they should notify ORA immediately to ensure that no more than the specified number of applications are submitted.


How does the tufts research community get notified of upcoming limited submissions

How does the Tufts research community get notified of upcoming limited submissions?

  • ORA Funding Opportunities E-list

    To subscribe, go here:

    • Health Sciences Campus (Boston/Grafton):https://elist.tufts.edu/wws/info/fundingopportunities

    • Medford/Somerville Campus:https://elist.tufts.edu/wws/info/medfordcampusfundingopportunities

  • ORA’s limited submission webpage

    http://viceprovost.tufts.edu/researchadmin/find-funding/process-for-limited-submissions-competitions/limited-submissions/


  • Limited submissions

    http://viceprovost.tufts.edu/researchadmin/find-funding/process-for-limited-submissions-competitions/limited-submissions/


    How does ora find and identify limited opportunities

    How does ORA find and identify limited opportunities?

    • Sponsors may contact OVPR, CFR, the President’s

      Office, or the Provost’s Office with notifications

      • Email

      • Mail

      • Newsletters

  • Some opportunities are released annually

  • Search engines are patrolled


  • An ideal limited submission process

    An Ideal Limited Submission Process


    An ideal limited submission process1

    An Ideal Limited Submission Process

    March 1: Sponsor releases funding announcement, deadline on June 30

    March 6: ORA releases internal EOI, deadline on March 13

    March 14: ORA requests full materials, deadline on March 28

    March 29: ORA convenes an internal review committee, deadline on April 12

    April 15: ORA notifies candidates of outcome, selected candidate(s) have over two months

    to prepare their application.


    What materials are required to submit internally

    What materials are required to submit internally?

    Email of Intent:

    • Name of the solicitation

    • Name of the Principal Investigator and any co-PI’s

    • Subject or title of the proposed project

    • 2-3 sentences that briefly describe the potential

      proposal.

      Full Materials:

    • Resume/CV/Biosketch

    • Brief Project Description

    • Any additional information, as required by the Sponsor

      guidelines


    Review and selection

    Review and Selection

    Based on the expertise required for the individual program,

    the Vice Provost for Research will determine

    which process below is most appropriate:

    • A review panel is established to review the potential applications and recommend selections (committee members remain anonymous); or

    • Ask the Dean or Deans of a specific school or schools to determine selections; or

    • A specific individual should be asked to review and recommend selection; or

    • The review should be conducted by the Standing Committee (the Standing Committee consists of the research deans from each school)


    Program announcement review

    Program Announcement Review

    • Can you identify the funding limitations?

      • NIH

      • NSF

      • St. Baldrick’s Foundation

      • Pew Charitable Trusts


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