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Is there a budget template available (for example, an Excel template for me to input the costs)?
Should I include a gantt chart in the Significance and Innovation section?
Should I be adding references to academic papers as part of my SBIR Phase I proposal?
I am working on my biosketch. I am a former lawyer and strategy consultant, and not a BS/PhD/MD/engineer, etc (we have other PIs who have these scientific/technical backgrounds). I thus have limited experience to add in the “contributions to science” section of the biosketch. Should I elaborate on whatever “scientific” contributions I have (e.g., I-Corps program, hackathon prize), or not include this section in my biosketch?
To confirm, a PI does not need to provide a letter of support? It seems that way from the discussion above, but one of our PIs wants us to draft a letter of support for her to review and sign.
Do I need bio sketches for consultants as well? The bio sketches will include access to facilities (computers, labs, etc), research interests, publications, employment and awards. I assume the leadership plan is detailing the PIs’ roles, areas of responsibility, org chart, and dispute resolution. What else do I need to include in the leadership plan for the PIs?
Can we work with a company that has offices in US and abroad, as long as the people doing the work is physically in the US? Do they need to be US citizens (or is US permanent residents OK)?
Thanks! Another question – in addition to letters of support from consultants (technical people who will build the technology), do I need to provide letters of support from investigators (scientists and professors)?
Are there time requirements (e.g., PI needs to spend at least 50% of time) for sub-award PI, Co-Is, and consultants?
When do you need a sub-award PI?
Do I need letters of support for consultants?
Never mind. I found it.