[GSDI Technical] Marine Ecosystem-based Management funding opportunity
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Marine Ecosystem-based Management Funding Opportunity
The Marine Ecosystem-based Management Tool Innovation Fund is now accepting Letters of Intent to submit grant applications. The Fund is a two year initiative supported by the David & Lucile Packard Foundation to stimulate the development and dissemination of creative software tools for Marine Ecosystem-Based Management (MEBM). The intention is to expand the network of MEBM tool developers through the establishment of targeted small grants and an associated technical support program.
The program will grant approximately $500,000 a year for two years in small competitive grants to a broad range of organizations and developers. The initiative will aggressively provide detailed tool development guidelines, technical support, training workshops and assistance in tool development to the grantees for the duration of the fund. The primary deliverable products will be the innovative, interoperable and freely disseminated tools developed by the grantees. All applicants are encouraged to submit letters of intent (there are currently no restrictions on who may apply).
See instructions under "Grant Application Process". Letters of Intent along with a 1-page letter of introduction are due by March 30, 2007. Submissions via email are preferred. Letters of Intent will be reviewed and full application packages sent to all relevant projects by April 10th. If you have any questions, contact Daniel Dunn, Project Manager, daniel.dunn at duke.edu.
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