Limited Submissions

Do I need to prepare a budget?

In most cases, no budget is required for the pre-proposal. If a budget is required, a template will be provided as part of the pre-proposal application.

Does RDS provide proposal support for Limited Submissions pre-proposals?

No. As the administrative office that coordinates and manages the review of Limited Submissions, RDS does not assist in proposal preparation for pre-proposals. However, RDS does provide proposal support, when available, for all “tickets” awarded through the Limited Submission process.

How do I submit my pre-proposal for a Limited Submission funding opportunity?

All Limited Submission opportunities currently in a competition will be listed in Arizona Cultivate. You can log in and apply using your NetID. Most applications require both textbox entry of application information such as a summary, a significance statement, approach, and expected outcomes, as well as uploads in PDF format. RDS recommends logging in to the system to see what is required well in advance of the internal submission deadline.

The internal deadline for a Limited Submission has passed and no one has applied, what happens next?

The Limited Submission opportunity will be listed in the Open category on the Limited Submission Table and the first expression of interest RDS receives will be accepted as the institutional submission. Expressions of interest must be sent to and the date/time that the email is received will determine the order that expressions of interest are accepted.

Where I can I find the information to submit proposals by proxy?

The applicant must first appoint a proxy from their account. The applicant will need to login to establish the account, and then indicate that a proxy will submit. Visit UA Arizona Cultivate for more details

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