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Background Materials for the Biocomplexity in the Environment Committee of Visitors Meeting

BE COV Meeting Agenda (MS-Word File)



A. THE NSF COV PROCESS
  • NSF Administrative Information Manual
    Chapter VIII - Internal Controls and Oversight
    Subchapter 300 - Committee of Visitor Review guidelines for use in all FY 2004 COV meetings: [HTML] [MS-Word]
  • FY 2004 COV Report Template (MS-Word File)


B. FY 2001-2003 BE COMPETITION


C. HISTORICAL & ANCILLARY DOCUMENTS


D. SUMMARY DATA
  • Data Tables (MS-Excel Spreadsheet)
    This spreadsheet contains seven tabs that depict the following summary data for the BE Competition for FY 2001 to 2003 by subcompetition:


    • Tab 1. Number of Awards, Declines, and Success Rates
    • Tab 2. Average and Total Requested and Awarded Dollars
    • Tab 3. Average Dwell Time (in months)
    • Tab 4. Average Award Duration (in months)
    • Tab 5. Average Review Score
    • Tab 6. Demographic Characteristics of Principal Investigators
    • Tab 7.Award Size and Duration Range


  • Data Charts (MS-PPT)


E. OUTCOMES


F. OTHER NSF PRIORITY AREAS

 

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