Wednesday, September 21, 2022 12pm to 1pm
About this Event
Please join us on Sept. 21 at 12 noon for a Lunch & Learn presentation on the pre-award proposal process for contracts and grants.
The pre-award proposal process for Contracts and Grants is a multiphase process that should ideally start many weeks before the due date of the proposal. Determining the scope of work and then making sure a budget is created that will support that work is essential for a successful outcome. In our presentation, we will go over many aspects of the pre-award proposal process from the timely notification for the C&G Analyst who will be processing the pre-award, the RFP review, and the internal deadline establishment and proposal document requirement list. We will also discuss cost share and space requirement considerations, budget development, and the final document review. This presentation will provide a good, but only partial, overview of the work of a C&G Analyst preparing a proposal.
Josie Ayala is a financial professional with experience in Financial Aid and Academic Departments. Recently hired as a Contracts and Grants Analyst II with the CHASS Dean’s Office where I provide assistance with proposal preparation including budget, budget justification, eCAF and provides post award consultations.
Linda Phi-Nguyen is a Senior C&G analyst, currently working in the CHASS Dean's office C&G unit, with over 20+ years of experience in pre and post awards. I provide assistance with proposal preparation including budget development and guidance, eCAF and proposal submission, and consultation for post-award matters.