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Alaska Subsistence Management

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

Criteria for selecting proposals...

Each proposal is evaluated using the following four criteria. 1. Strategic Priorities- Studies must be responsive to identified issues and information needs. All projects must fully meet the first criteria, Federal nexus, to be eligible for funding. 2. Technical quality of the study design must meet accepted standards for information collection, compilation, analysis, and reporting. Studies must have clear objectives, appropriate sampling design, correct analytical procedures, and specified progress and final reports. 3. Past Performance-Administrative Expertise- Investigators and their organizations should have demonstrated technical and administrative expertise to complete prior studies, or have co-investigators or appropriate partnerships with other organizations to meet all requirements of the study. 4. Partnership-Capacity Building- Studies must include appropriate partners and contribute to building capacities of rural organizations, local communities, and residents to participate in fisheries resource management. Investigators and their organizations should be able to demonstrate the ability to maintain effective local relationships and a commitment to capacity building.