Limited Submissions

Why are some Limited Submission competitions held so far in advance of the sponsor’s deadline for proposals?

Many large and/or complex proposals require significant preparation time for development and coordination. To provide the submitting PI or team the maximum amount of time to focus on the external application, internal Limited Submission contests are run well in advance of the external deadline.

What is the difference between “Upcoming,” “Open,” and “Completed” Limited Submissions?

What is the difference between “Upcoming,” “Open,” and “Completed” Limited Submissions?

An “Upcoming” limited submission is currently accepting pre-proposals through a campus-wide competition with an established internal deadline. An “Open” limited submission means that the internal deadline has passed without any pre-proposals submitted for review: thus, the first expression of interest that RDS receives will be accepted as the institutional submission. A “Completed” limited submission means that the external deadline has passed, and no further proposals are accepted by the funder.

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