What is a Limited Submission?
What is a Coordinated Submission?
What documents are required for submitting to Limited Submissions?
Each internal announcement indicates what documents are required for the relevant program announcement. All open internal competitions can be viewed and applied to in the InfoReady Review system by logging in with your campus Kerberos ID.
In general, the following are required for submitting to Limited Submissions:
- Contact information for the Principal Investigator (PI) and any co-PIs
- A project abstract, which is a text field part of the online application form
- A CV for the PI and any co-PIs (uploaded to the online application form)
- If an internal competition is anticipated, the letter of intent will also require a two-page (maximum) project description that adequately addresses the program goals and objectives.
- For anticipated competitions, other materials may be requested.
Where can I find instructions on how to submit a letter of intent to Limited Submissions?
Internal letters of intent (LOIs) are submitted online via the InfoReady Review system. Instructions for using the InfoReady Review system as an applicant or as a reviewer are available on the InfoReady Review home page.
Complete the following steps to submit an internal letter of intent (LOI) for review:
- Log in to InfoReady Review with your campus Kerberos ID.
- Find the limited submission competition to which you intend to apply. You can search for the title of the program using the search box.
- Select the “Submit Internal LOI” or “Apply” button, and follow the prompts to submit your LOI. Note: You may save a draft to complete later.
- Select “Submit” once your application is complete.
How are programs determined to be a Limited Submission?
Whom do I contact if I have questions regarding Limited Submissions?
How are Limited Submission LOIs reviewed?
- The relevance or “match” between the proposed project and the program requirements
- The PI’s CV/qualifications in the specific area of research
- The impact or “importance” of the proposed project
- The quality of the project description
Any other factors relevant and appropriate to the funding program such as cultural competency; public outreach efforts; underrepresented groups/minorities; quality of the evaluation design; the comments from previous submissions to the same program – if applicable – and the current proposal’s responsiveness to those comments; the likelihood of success
Who serves as a Limited Submissions reviewer?
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