What Does OGCA Review?

Full Proposals vs. Pre-Proposals, Notices of Intent (NOI), Letters of Intent (LOI), White Papers, Concept Papers, etc.

A full proposal is either submitted in response to a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) or as an unsolicited submission. It formally commits University personnel time/effort, facilities, or other resources and therefore requires internal institutional approvals.

Sometimes sponsors initially require applicants to submit a "pre-proposal", "notice of intent", "letter of intent", "white paper", or "concept paper" in order to be eligible to apply for a program or be invited to submit a full proposal. For purposes of these outlined procedures, the term “pre-proposal” is used to describe all the terms noted above (list may not be all inclusive).

What Requires OGCA Review and Approval?

What Else Does OGCA Review?

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