The Bristol Bay RSDA is soliciting two kinds of submissions for the 2013 grant-funding cycle:
Project proposals are welcomed from permit-holders, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, private companies, research institutions or state and local agencies that are in a position to carry out the project they are proposing.
Project Concepts are submitted by BBRSDA members (S03T permit-holders). They are ideas for things that the board should consider exploring or funding with assessed funds. Project Concepts allow the board to gather a broad range of ideas from people who may not themselves be in a position to carry them forward.
Note: If you are submitting a Project Concept, you need only provide the items belowthat are underlined. If you are submitting a Project Proposal, all items are required.
REQUIRED INFORMATION TO SUBMIT ONE-PAGE PRE-PROPOSAL
- Proposer’s contact information; name, email and phone.
- Acknowledgment of having read the BBRSDA strategies and bylaws.
- Identify the BBRSDA Strategic Objective addressed by the project.
- Brief description of project – 250 words maximum.
- Estimate of total project costs and amount needed from BB-RSDA. Identify other sources of funds.
- Approximate date of completion.
Pre-proposals must be on one side of a single 8 ½ x 11 sheet (size 10 font or larger) and submitted electronically to email@example.com by December 10,2012. Subject line should read; “Grant Funded Project Proposal” (or “Concept” if not a full proposal).
In January, the board will consdier all of the one-page pre-proposals and then invite 15-20 proposers to submit a full proposal (assuming additional information is needed).
BBRSDA POLICIES TO CONSIDER
- The BBRSDA has a preference for cost-sharing with others and for the potential grant recipient to be a significant source of funding.
- The BBRSDA does not seek to own any plant or equipment.
- Projects funded by the BBRSDA must be available to, or benefit, all S03T permit holders.
- Single year projects are preferred over multi-year projects.
- All grant awards will be implemented by a contract stating terms, conditions and required deliverables.
- November 15, 2012: Call for pre-proposals announced.
- December 10, 2012: Deadline for receiving pre-proposals.
- Mid-January 2013:Board evaluates all Proposals. 20 projects (maximum) accepted for expansion into full proposals for deeper scrutiny.
- Mid February 2013: Final proposal selection and funding decisions.
- February-May: Grant award contracts negotiated and signed.
Questions? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Bob Waldrop at (907) 223-1588.