112 · Representative Documents: Policies and Procedures
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How to Collaborate with IDAH
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The Co-Director will contact the applicant regarding the committee’s decision.
If IDAH and the applicant agree to work together, the applicant will work regularly with IDAH
staff on iterations of the grant proposal or, if the project does not involve a grant application, on
IDAH staff will determine the costs to be charged for its work based on the finalized workplan,
and these costs will be reflected in the proposal budget if the project is to be grant-supported.
If the project is to be grant-supported and IDAH is not the unit submitting the proposal, the Co-
Director must sign off on the proposal and budget before the applicant routes the budget and
submits the proposal to the Office of Research Administration. If the Co-Director does not sign
off on the final proposal and budget, IDAH cannot guarantee its participation if the applicant
obtains the grant.
NOTE: The projects of current and past IDAH fellows will take priority when IDAH is considering
collaborating on new projects. Since current IDAH fellows are working closely with IDAH staff on an
ongoing basis, they do not need to submit a written proposal to the Co-Director.
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