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NOAA Environmental Literacy Grants

NOAA's Ocean Education Grants for AZA Aquariums

Application Process Details and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
(This list will be continually updated. Last updated on 05/18/09)

Grants.gov ALERT:
NOTE: Due to recent technical issues with Grants.gov you should prepare both a Grants.gov (electronic) and a hard copy application. In the event that technical issues with Grants.gov prevent you from submitting on-time electronically, the paper application will serve as your alternative rather than an extended deadline. Please see FAQ below on how to create and submit a hard copy application prior to the deadline of 5 PM EDT, June 9, 2009.
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You must read the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity for the full instructions on how to apply for this funding. The FFO is available from www.grants.gov (Funding Opportunity Number NOAA-SEC-OED-2009-2001842). You can also download a version of the FFO that contains additional formatting for increased readability in PDF format.

Topics:

  • Grants.gov and Submission Information
    • How do I get registered for Grants.gov?
    • I am registered with NSF's FastLane. Do I also need to register with Grants.gov?
    • How do I view an application package in Grants.gov?
    • How do I fill out an application in Grants.gov?
    • Has Grants.gov become compatible with non-Windows operating systems (e.g., Macintosh)?
    • I am not able to submit an application via Grants.gov, what should I do?
    • Are original signatures required on any part of the application?
  • Eligibility Requirements
    • Who is eligible to apply for this funding opportunity?
    • How many applications can an institution submit to this funding opportunity?
    • Are there any types of projects that should be avoided?
    • We are considering an exhibit project that would not be major capital improvement and would not impact our "walls” buy may require building permits. Would this be eligible?

  • Cost Sharing/Matching Requirements
    • What are the cost sharing/matching requirements for this funding opportunity?
  • Application Preparation
    • I want to submit an application that does not address the identified priorities. How will this affect my chances of success?
    • What if Grants.gov or my institution's Internet connection is unavailable at the submission deadline?
    • What if there is an earthquake, a fire, or some other disaster that prevents on-time submission of an application?
    • Can I request an extension of time to submit an application?
    • Will you enforce the page limits on applications?
    • Does the list of references cited in the project description count against the 15-page limit?
    • Are there any templates for the application?
    • The required forms and application elements listed in the Federal Funding Opportunity are not consistent with what is listed in the mandatory and optional documents sections in the “Grant Application Package” of Grants.gov. Which list do I follow?
    • I do not have any current or pending support to report or any references embedded in the project description. Do I still need to include these required elements of the application in the Project Narrative?
    • Can I submit letters of commitment? If so, how?
    • Can I submit appendices to the project description with additional information on the proposed project activities?
    • Can supplemental information (sample products, CDs, DVDs, videos, etc.) be submitted?
    • What do I put down under items #16a and 16b on the SF-424 for the Congressional district if there is more than one district for the applicant and/or project or if my state only has one district?
    • On SF-424, I do not know what is meant by "Applicant Identifier", “Federal Entity Identifier”, “Federal Award Identifier”, “Date Received by State” and "State Application Identifier" (items 4, 5a, 5b, 6, and 7). Where do I find this information?
    • How do I submit a hard-copy application?

  • Budget Information
    • What is the total amount of funding for which I can apply?
    • What is the minimum amount of funding for which I can apply?
    • May application budgets include equipment?
    • Are sub-awards allowed?
    • Should I provide documentation for my institution’s negotiated indirect cost agreement?
    • What if my institution doesn’t have an indirect cost agreement?
    • Can the amount for evaluation exceed 10% of the total project budget?
    • What categories should be included in the budget narrative?
    • Is there a cap on the amount I can allot for any particular budget category?
  • Project Partners
    • What types of project partners would make an application more competitive?

  • Collaborative Submissions
    • Are collaborative applications allowed?
    • If multiple institutions are collaborating for a proposed project, how should the applications be submitted?

  • Cooperative Agreements
    • Do I need to indicate whether my application is for a cooperative agreement or a grant?

Templates, models and checklists

Q: Where can I find the templates mentioned in the FFO?
A: Our Grant Application Templates and Models page

Q: Are there any models for the two budget elements?
A: Yes, again please look at our Grant Application Templates and Models page

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement  of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.


Grants.gov
Q: How do I get registered for Grants.gov?
A: Get Registered Today! Getting started with Grants.gov is easy, but it can take up to 3 weeks to complete the registration process! Go to www.Grants.gov and click on “Get Started”. Be advised that registration with NSF's FastLane does NOT constitute registration with Grants.gov. We recommend following the Grants.gov brochure that explains the steps involved in the registration process.

Q: I am registered with NSF's FastLane. Do I also need to register with Grants.gov?
A: Yes, you need to register with Grants.gov. Registration with NSF's FastLane does NOT constitute registration with Grants.gov.

Q: How do I view an application package in Grants.gov?
A: You'll need to download and install the application software; see http://www.grants.gov/help/download_software.jsp for more information.

Q: How do I fill out an application in Grants.gov?
A: See the tutorial at: http://www.grants.gov/flash/AdobeReaderApplicationTutorial_skin.swf. Additional information can be found at http://www.grants.gov/applicants/apply_for_grants.jsp#demo

Q:  Has Grants.gov become compatible with non-Windows operating systems (e.g. Macintosh)? 
A:  Yes. Visit http://www.grants.gov/help/download_software.jsp to see if you are using a compatible version of Adobe Reader.
 
Q: I am not able to submit an application via Grants.gov. What should I do?
A: A: If an applicant does not have Internet access or if Grants.gov is overwhelmed with traffic or inaccessible, paper applications will be accepted. Paper applications must be submitted with completed forms containing the original signature of the submitting institution's authorized representative and an electronic copy of the entire application on CD, including scanned signed forms. If the applicant has completed the entire application in Grants.gov but is unable to submit it via Grants.gov, then this application package should be provided via CD along with printed and signed versions of forms SF-424, SF-424B, and CD-511. The authorized representative should sign and date these forms over the printed signature that will appear in the signature box (use of blue ink is recommended).

Paper applications should be delivered to: Carrie McDougall, Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Office of Education, 1401 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 6863, Washington, DC 20230. Paper applications submitted via the US Postal Service can take up to 4 weeks to reach this office; therefore applicants are recommended to send paper applications via expedited shipping methods (e.g., Airborne Express, DHL, Fed Ex, UPS).

Q: Are original signatures required on any part of the application?
A: Original signatures in ink (rather than a photocopy) are only required on applications submitted in hard copy. When submitting through grants.gov, the final submission by the authorizing official is equal to an original signature on a hard copy. An original signature is required on at least one copy of the SF-424 by the authorizing official of your organization. Use of blue ink is recommended.
 
Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.  


Eligibility Requirements
Q: Who is eligible to apply for this funding opportunity?
A: Eligible applicants are only 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations that are either (1) aquariums accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) or (2) have a legally sanctioned affiliation with an AZA-accredited aquarium. AZA accreditation must be current at the time of submission. Note: Non-AZA-accredited aquariums, non-US institutions, and for-profit entities may be partners on applications but cannot be the lead institution.

Q: How many applications can an institution submit to this funding opportunity
A: Up to two applications total per institution may be submitted through this funding opportunity, either one application to each priority or two applications to the same priority.

Q. Are there any types of projects that should be avoided?
A: Applications for projects that involve (1) construction that expands the footprint of an existing institution or (2) the acquisition of any organisms requiring permits should be avoided. Issuing grants for these types of activities may constitute a "major federal action" with the potential to impact the environment. As a result, the grant-making agency will be required to ensure that the grantee complies with the regulations established by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Therefore, the applicant should consider whether or not their proposed project activities may require an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Please see NOAA Administrative Order 216-6 for NEPA [see section VI.B, Administrative and Policy Requirements, in this announcement and http://www.nepa.noaa.gov/NAO216_6.pdf] for additional guidance on types of activities that may be categorically excluded from the requirement of an EA or EIS. Proposed activities that may result in the need for an EA or EIS could jeopardize the funding of the award. If the applicant is unsure whether activities might be "categorically excluded", please review the NAO 216-6 (see section 6.03 on "categorical exclusions") and contact the Federal program officer(s).

Q: We are considering an exhibit project that would not be major capital improvement and would not impact our "walls” buy may require building permits. Would this be eligible?
A: Please see NOAA Administrative Order 216-6 for NEPA [see section 6.03 on "categorical exclusions" http://www.nepa.noaa.gov/NAO216_6.pdf] for additional guidance on types of activities that may be categorically excluded from the requirement of an EA or EIS.

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement  of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Cost Sharing/Matching Requirements
Q: What are the cost sharing/matching requirements for this funding opportunity?
A: There is a 50% required non-Federal cost-share of the total Federal request, e.g., if the Federal request is $1,000,000, the applicant is required to submit a non-Federal match equal to $500,000. Applicants are instructed to review the guidance provided in 15 CFR Sec. 24.24 related to cost-sharing (http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/fundingopportunities/15CFR_Sec_24_24_match_costshare.pdf) and the related circular pertaining to cost principles (http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a122/a122.html).

Cost-share or match can come from a variety of public and private sources and can include in-kind goods and services such as private boat use and volunteer labor. Federal sources cannot be considered for matching funds, but can be described in the budget narrative to demonstrate additional leverage. Applicants are permitted to combine contributions from multiple non-Federal partners in order to meet the 50% match requirement, as long as such contributions are not being used to match any other funds.

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement  of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Application Preparation
Q: I want to submit an application that does not address the identified priority. How will this affect my chances of success?
A: Chances of success will be low because evaluation criterion #1 assesses how well the application addresses the program priorities.

Q: What if Grants.gov or my institution's Internet connection is unavailable at the submission deadline?
A: If an applicant does not have Internet access or if Grants.gov is overwhelmed with traffic or inaccessible, paper applications will be accepted. Paper applications must be submitted with completed forms containing the original signature of the submitting institution's authorized representative and an electronic copy of the entire application on CD, including scanned signed forms. If the applicant has completed the entire application in Grants.gov but is unable to submit it via Grants.gov, then this application package should be provided via CD along with printed and signed versions of forms SF-424, SF-424B, and CD-511. The authorized representative should sign and date these forms over the printed signature that will appear in the signature box (use of blue ink is recommended).

Paper applications should be delivered to: Carrie McDougall, Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Office of Education, 1401 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 6863, Washington, DC 20230. Paper applications submitted via the US Postal Service can take up to 4 weeks to reach this office; therefore applicants are recommended to send paper applications via expedited shipping methods (e.g., Airborne Express, DHL, Fed Ex, UPS).

Q: What if there is an earthquake, a fire, or some other disaster that prevents on-time submission of an application?
A: Please contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov or via (202) 482-3739 as soon as possible. We will make determinations whether or not to accept affected applications on a case-by-case basis.

Q: Can I request an extension of time to submit an application?
A: No.

Q: Will you enforce the page limits on full applications?
A: Yes. Page limits will be strictly enforced; however, there are page limits only for the brief resumes (3 pages per resume) and the project description (15 pages). The page limit on the project description is inclusive of figures and other visual materials, but exclusive of references, the milestone chart, budget information, resumes, and letters of commitment.

Q: Does the list of references cited in the project description count against the 15-page limit?
A: No, but they should be appended to the project narrative file.

Q: Are there any templates for the application?
A: Yes. There are title page templates for both collaborative submissions and applications submitted by a single institution.There are also project description and narrative templates. Also, there are models for both the budget narrative and budget table. These models are examples of a high quality narrative and table. We recommend that you use these templates to ensure that your information on these sections is provided in a manner that facilitates processing of your application. These templates and models can be found at http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/funding_templates.html

Q: The required forms and application elements listed in the Federal Funding Opportunity (FFO) are not consistent with what is listed in the mandatory and optional documents sections in the “Grant Application Package” of Grants.gov. Which list do I follow?
A: A complete application will include all of the elements and forms listed in the FFO regardless of what is shown in Grants.gov. (You can upload forms and documents into Grants.gov even if they are not listed as mandatory or optional documents of an application.) Below is the complete list of application elements and forms that you will need to upload into Grants.gov. In addition, we have created a checklist of all elements that complete a full application to assist you in your application preparation. The checklist is available here.
The required forms are as follows:

  1. Application for Federal Assistance: SF-424
  2. Budget Information, Non-Construction Programs: SF-424A
  3. Assurances, Non-Construction Programs: SF-424B
  4. Certifications Regarding Lobbying: CD-511

In the "Mandatory Documents" window, the “Project Narrative Attachment Form" should include the following elements (See Project Narrative Template):

  1. Title Page (See the FFO for instructions)
  2. Abstract (not to exceed 1 page, See the FFO for instructions)
  3. Project Description (not to exceed 15 pages, See the FFO for instructions)
  4. References Cited (See the FFO for instructions. If none, state "None")
  5. Work Plan/Milestones (See the FFO for instructions)
  6. Brief Resumes (See the FFO for instructions)
  7. Current and Pending Support (See the FFO for instructions. If none, state "None")

It is preferred that all of these elements are consolidated into one PDF document. The Project Description must not exceed fifteen pages and must follow the proscribed format (refer to IV.B.2, Content in the FFO). All of the other required elements listed above are not counted in the 15-page limit, but they should be included in the same PDF as the project description.

In the "Mandatory Documents" window, the “Budget Narrative Attachment Form" should include the following elements:

  1. Detailed Budget Narrative – This document should answer the relevant questions from the NOAA Budget Guidelines.pdf. Also, we have provided a sample budget narrative template and a budget narrative model to assist you in developing your budget narrative. The budget narrative model shows the level of detail and organization in a high quality budget narrative. Note that to meet NOAA's requirements, any amount equal to or great than $1,500 within the supplies category or equal to or greater than $5,000 within the equipment category must be broken out into "reasonable unit costs".
  2. Detailed Budget Table – This document should show a year-by-year and cumulative break down for all object class categories found under item #6 on the SF-424A. Specifically, the table must provide details on: personnel salaries and fringe benefits (broken out by percent time and number of months devoted to the project for each individual to be paid by project); travel including per person and per trip costs for transportation, lodging and meals; equipment; supplies; contractual costs, such as anticipated sub-awards; and other costs, including printing, publications and communication costs. We have provided a budget table model to show the level of detail and organization in a high quality budget table.
  3. Indirect Cost (I/C) Agreement - if applicable; see note in FAQ under Budget Information about I/C rates.

It is preferred that all of these elements of the "budget narrative attachment form" are consolidated into one PDF document. If this is a collaborative project with separate applications being submitted from the collaborators, you should provide budget information for your institution only. If your institution has a negotiated indirect cost rate please include documentation that supports this rate.

In the "Optional Documents" box, the "Attachments" should include the following elements:

  1. Letters of Commitment
  2. Any other supporting materials relevant to application

Q: I do not have any current or pending support to report or any references embedded in the project description. Do I still need to include these required elements of the application in the Project Narrative?
A: Yes, you should still include these headings but state "None" under each. The templates provided at (http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/funding_templates.html) should help you avoid missing any required sections of the project narrative.

Q: Can I submit letters of commitment? If so, how?
Letters of commitment should be submitted and will not count against the 15-page project description limit. Letters of commitment should be scanned and attached as a single, separate PDF within the “Optional Documents” Section. Follow these instructions: Within the "Grant Application Package" Window for this announcement, in the "Optional Documents" box click on the “Attachments” and click on the button that is below the box called “Open Form”. When you are in the page called, “Attachments Form”, click on the "Add Attachment" button and upload the letters of support file.

Q: Can I submit appendices to the project description with additional information on the proposed project activities?
A: Yes, you can submit appendices. However the reviewers will not be required to read these documents. Therefore, we recommend you attempt to put at least summaries of the information that are contained in these appendices in the project description.

Q: Can supplemental information (sample products, CDs, DVDs, videos, etc.) be submitted?
A: Contact the Office of Education if you have supplemental materials that are in a format that precludes online submission. Generally we discourage the submission of such materials as we cannot guarantee that the reviewers will have access to them.
 
Q: What do I put down under items #16a and 16b on the SF-424 for the Congressional district if there is more than one district for the applicant and/or project or if my state only has one district?
If the applicant has several offices in different districts, use the district with the largest population. If the project will take place in multiple districts, all districts involved may be used. The SF-424 requires that you enter numbers only. To find your Representative's district go to http://clerk.house.gov/member_info/olm110.html. If your state only has one representative (e.g. Alaska) or a delegate instead of a representative (e.g., District of Columbia), enter a zero.

Q: On SF-424,  I do not know what is meant by "Applicant Identifier", “Federal Entity Identifier”, “Federal Award Identifier” and "State Identifier" (items 4, 5a, 5b, and 7).   Where do I find this information?
A: These items on the SF-424 do not apply to applications in this call for applications, so please leave them blank. (Note: The boxes in the SF-424 on grants.gov are not highlighted in yellow, which is an indication that providing this information is optional.)

Q: How do I submit a hard-copy application?
A: If an applicant does not have Internet access or if Grants.gov is overwhelmed with traffic or inaccessible, paper applications will be accepted. Paper applications must be submitted with completed forms containing the original signature of the submitting institution's authorized representative and an electronic copy of the entire application on CD, including scanned signed forms. If the applicant has completed the entire application in Grants.gov but is unable to submit it via Grants.gov, then this application package should be provided via CD along with printed and signed versions of forms SF-424, SF-424B, and CD-511. The authorized representative should sign and date these forms over the printed signature that will appear in the signature box (use of blue ink is recommended).

Paper applications should be delivered to: Carrie McDougall, Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Office of Education, 1401 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 6863, Washington, DC 20230. Paper applications submitted via the US Postal Service can take up to 4 weeks to reach this office; therefore applicants are recommended to send paper applications via expedited shipping methods (e.g., Airborne Express, DHL, Fed Ex, UPS).

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Budget Information
Q: What is the total amount of funding for which I can apply?
A: The total Federal amount for all years that may be requested from NOAA for the direct and indirect costs of the proposed project shall not exceed $3,000,000. Applications requesting Federal support from NOAA of more than $3,000,000 total for all years will not be considered for funding.

Q: What is the minimum amount of funding for which I can apply?
A: The minimum Federal amount that must be requested from NOAA for all years for the direct and indirect costs of the proposed project is $300,000. Applications requesting Federal support from NOAA of less than $300,000 total for all years will not be considered for funding.

Q: May application budgets include equipment?
A: Yes. Equipment that is necessary to carry out the proposed project may be requested and should be justified in the budget justification.

Q: Are sub-awards allowed?
A: Yes. The project description and budget justification should clearly state why there is a need for a sub-award, what the sub-awardee will do, and the organization(s) or individual(s) to which the sub-awards will be made. Additionally, if any funds are planned for a sub-awardee, you must describe and provide the funding amounts in the same level of detail as is provided in the overall budget, i.e., you should provide the same category break-down as for the overall budget for the sub-awardee budget—for all the categories that apply. The cumulative cost of the sub-awards should appear under the category of “contractual” in the SF-424A.

Q: Should I provide documentation for my institution’s negotiated indirect cost agreement?
A: Yes, if your institution has documentation of its negotiated indirect cost agreement, please upload this document to grants.gov with the other budget information you will provide. See Application Preparation section of this FAQ.

Q: What if my institution does not have a negotiated indirect cost rate agreement?
A: If your organization does not have a negotiated IDC rate agreement with a federal agency or the agreement is out of date and a renewal is not pending, you should list those indirect costs as direct costs in the budget narrative and SF-424A and leave the IDC rate at 0%.

Q: Can the amount for evaluation exceed 10% of the total project budget?
A: Yes, as long as the cost of evaluation is justified in the project description and budget narrative, there is no cap for the costs of evaluation.

Q: What categories should be included in the budget narrative?
A: Categories should match those in the SF-424A and see additional instructions in the Application Preparation section.

Q: Is there a cap on the amount I can allot for any particular budget category?
A: As long as the costs are justified in the project description and budget narrative, there is no cap on any budget category.

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Project Partners
Q: What types of project partners would make an application more competitive?
A: Partnerships are encouraged on all proposed projects. Although the specific type of partner will not necessarily make an application more or less competitive, the level of collaboration with other programs, minority-serving institutions (MSIs), NOAA entities*, or other educational or research institutions will be evaluated. The application should clearly articulate the desired impact of the project activities and how the project involves the appropriate partners and personnel required to achieve this impact. Non-AZA-accredited aquariums, non-US institutions, and for-profit entities may be partners on applications but cannot be the lead institution.

*(NOAA entities include, but are not limited to, programs, offices, and organizations, such as the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, National Marine Sanctuary Program, National Sea Grant College Program, National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices, NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration, NOAA Cooperative Institutes, and Regional Associations of the Integrated Ocean Observing System. Current recipients of NOAA funding are not necessarily NOAA entities. All project partnerships should also be articulated in letters of commitment.)

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Collaborative Submissions
Q: Are collaborative projects allowed?
A: Applicants may submit an application wherein the applicant is the lead institution and project partners are funded through sub-awards, and/or a collaborative application, where no single institution is the lead and each project partner submits an application on behalf of their institution. See below for additional instructions.

Q: If multiple institutions are collaborating for a proposed project, how should the application be submitted?
A: For collaborative projects in which there is no single lead institution and funding will be provided directly by NOAA to each collaborative partner, each collaborating partner should submit a separate application. Each application that is part of a collaborative submission should use the same project description and supporting documentation (milestones, references cited, etc.) with exception of the Standard Forms and budget details, which are specific to each applicant.

For collaborative projects, please use the collaborative title page template from this URL: http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/funding_templates.html.

Note: all applicants must meet the eligibility requirements (see Section III) and the budget limits are the same regardless of whether a single application or a collaborative application is submitted. Collaborative submissions will be reviewed as one single project.

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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Cooperative Agreements
Q: Do I need to indicate whether my application is for a cooperative agreement or a grant?
A: No, all applicants should apply for a non-construction grant. If the application is selected for funding, NOAA will determine if the proposed activities constitute substantial involvement of a NOAA entity to the extent that requires a cooperative agreement between the applicant and NOAA. Therefore, the applicant should describe in sufficient detail in the project description the nature of involvement of any participating NOAA entities in the project. If the project is selected for funding the exact nature of NOAA's involvement will be negotiated and included in the terms and conditions of the award.

The legal definition of a Cooperative Agreement: The legal instrument reflecting a relationship between NOAA and a recipient whenever: (1) the principal purpose of the relationship is to transfer money, property, services, or anything of value to accomplish a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by Federal statute and (2) substantial involvement (e.g., collaboration, participation, or intervention by NOAA in the management of the project) is anticipated between NOAA and the recipient during performance of the contemplated activity. Cooperative agreements are subject to the same OMB, Treasury, and other Federal laws and policies as grants. See 31 U.S.C. 6305.

Q: My question is not in this list and is not answered in the Announcement of Federal Funding Opportunity. What should I do?
A: Contact Stacey Rudolph at stacey.rudolph@noaa.gov.
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