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ROSES 2009 Clarifications, corrections and amendments Amendment 3, removing the option to submit proposals via Grants.gov for due dates after June 27, 2009.

Description: Amendment 3 removes the option to submit proposals via Grants.gov for program elements with due dates after June 27, 2009. A list of effected program elements is provided.

Amendment 3 removes the option to submit proposals via Grants.gov for program elements with due dates after June 27, 2009.  For each program element so changed, the summary of key information will reflect that this option is not available. This change is reflected in the summary of solicitation and will also be made to postings on Grants.gov.  The Grants.gov posting of ROSES 2009 can be found by searching on NNH09ZDA001N in the Funding Opportunity Number field of the Basic Search.

This change is being made because the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of the Executive Office of the President (EOP) has asked agencies to employ alternative electronic proposal submission systems to reduce the burden at Grants.gov during the period when proposals associated with the stimulus package are being processed.

Further information about this change to ROSES-2009 is available from Dr. Max Bernstein, SMD Lead for Research, Science Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC 20546; Telephone: (202) 358-0879; email: sara@nasa.gov.

This is the note that will appear atop the affected program element index pages:

Amended on April 2, 2009.  Proposals for this program element, and all program elements due after June 27, 2009, can no longer be submitted via Grants.gov.

This is how this change will appear in the affected program elements:

Web site for submission of proposal via Grants.gov

Option not available

http://grants.gov (help desk available at support@grants.gov or (800) 518-4726)

Option not available

Funding opportunity number for downloading an application package from Grants.gov

NNH09ZDA001N-MDAP

Option not available
[amended April 2, 2009]

This will be added to the ROSES 2009 summary of solicitation in Section IV (b) (v):

“Agencies with alternative electronic proposal submission systems have been asked by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) of the Executive Office of the President (EOP) to employ those alternative electronic proposal submission systems to reduce the burden at Grants.gov during the period when proposals associated with the stimulus package are being processed [Amended April 2, 2009]…

  • Program elements with proposal due dates after June 27, 2009, will not be available for submission via Grants.gov.  Proposers should read the "Summary of Key Information" table at the end of each program element to confirm whether or not submission via Grants.gov is permitted [amended April 2, 2009].”

This is the list of affected program elements:

A.7

Physical Oceanography

A.8

Ocean Vector Winds Science Team

A.14

Precipitation Science

A.18

CloudSat and CALIPSO Science Team Recompete

A.22

Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science

A.23

Airborne Instrument Technology Transition

A.33

New Investigator Program in Earth Science

B.2

Solar and Heliospheric Physics

B.3

Geospace Science

B.6

Living With a Star Targeted Research and Technology

B.7

Living With a Star Targeted Research and Technology: Strategic Capability

B.8

Heliophysics Data Environment Enhancements

C.7

Outer Planets Research

C.8

Lunar Advanced Science and Exploration Research

C.11

Planetary Mission Data Analysis

C.12

Mars Data Analysis

C.13

Mars Fundamental Research

C.16

Planetary Instrument Definition and Development

C.17

Astrobiology: Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology

C.18

Planetary Protection Research

C.21

Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientists

C.22

Fellowships for Early Career Researchers (October due date only)

D.3

Astronomy and Physics Research and Analysis

D.9

Kepler Guest Investigator – Cycle 2

E.4

Opportunities in Education and Public Outreach for Earth and Space Science.

There are also program elements that are currently TBD, which will be written without the Grants.gov option (i.e., they will include the substance of this amendment), when they are released in their final form.

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