2007 Request for Proposals
Proposals Due: December 4th, 2006
Application materials at www.glc.org/glad/
The Great Lakes Commission (
Proposals should focus on contaminants of concern for
atmospheric deposition in the
Priority activities, described further in the Request for Proposals (RFP), include: source identification; emission inventory development; monitoring and method development; atmospheric and multi-media modeling; and assessment of impacts on human health and wildlife. Applicants are strongly encouraged to carefully review all components of the RFP during the preparation of proposals. Applicants are also encouraged to review current project descriptions at http://www.glc.org/glad/projects/ to avoid overlap with ongoing efforts and maximize potential synergies.
Availability of Funds
The funding available for the current year of the GLAD program is $684,000. Previously sponsored projects have ranged from $20,000 to $250,000, with a median of about $120,000. Successful applicants will be invited to enter into a contractual agreement with the Great Lakes Commission to perform the work described in their proposal. Proposals to receive funding will be determined based on the selection criteria and programmatic goals described in the RFP. Considerations will be made to achieve balanced coverage of the five GLAD Focus Areas described in the RFP and to equitably address needs across the region’s geography. Funds for the GLAD program are provided by the U.S. EPA.
All institutions and individuals
are eligible to apply for funding, with the sole exclusion of Federal agencies
Download the RFP at: http://www.glc.org/glad/downloadpdf.php
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