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2011 Systems Science Grantsmanship Workshop. USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture in cooperation with University of Tennessee AgResearch. Prior Workshops. The Grant Process: Application, Review, and Award. Daniel Schmoldt. The Application Process. Application e-Correspondence.

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2011 systems science grantsmanship workshop

2011 Systems Science Grantsmanship Workshop

USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture

in cooperation with

University of Tennessee AgResearch

The grant process application review and award

The Grant Process:Application, Review, and Award

Daniel Schmoldt

Application e correspondence
Application e-Correspondence

After an application package is submitted, the AR will receive a series of four e-mails. The titles of the four e-mails are:

Application e correspondence1
Application e-Correspondence

And, there’s one more…

  • If accepted for peer review, the application will be assigned a NIFA application number (e.g., YEAR-XXXXX). This number should be cited on all future correspondence.

The review process
The Review Process

  • The first part of the process is the administrative review

    • A main focus of the administrative review is to facilitate the peer review

  • The second part of the process is a peer review

The peer review process
The Peer-Review Process

  • Reviewers for a particular year are selected based on the types of applications that are submitted

    • All panelists are considered experts in their fields

    • Panelists can include: academia, federal labs, NGOs, industry, technology providers

    • Around 30 % of the panelists are from the previous year

    • A number of diversity criteria are applied before invitations are sent

The peer review process1
The Peer-Review Process

  • Each application must be reviewed by at least 3 external reviewers

    • Panelists are generally assigned 10 to 20 applications to review

    • Reviewers are provided with the RFA and the evaluation criteria

    • Applications that don’t adhere to the guidelines and criteria are not likely to be funded

The peer review process2
The Peer-Review Process

The award process
The Award Process

The award process1
The Award Process