SPS Built of Lunar Materials. Space Studies Institute RFP 1984

5) Track record of the bidder in previous work. Proposals should not exceed 40 pages (double-spaced, 12-point type). The contract award will be made by February 6, 1984 (four weeks from the deadline for proposals). M. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BUSINESS SECTION OF THE PROPOSAL The business section should include the following: 1) Name, business address and resumes for the principal investigator and co-investigators. 2) Principal address of the business where research will be conducted. 3) Name and address of the Business Manager of the proposing organization. 4) Detailed budget proposed for the study. 5) Detailed breakdown of responsibilities and work time to be allocated to each named investigator and co-investigators. 6) Preprints and reprints of existing articles and research reports by members of the organization, insofar as they are relevant to the proposed work. N. ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF IMPORTANCE Proposals not accepted for funding by SSI are considered proprietary to the proposing groups and will be returned following completion of the review process. Reviews and evaluations of submitted proposals are proprietary information of SSI. Leveraged Grants: Often government and private funding organizations will support research efforts by university, nonprofit and small business groups on a cost-sharing basis. It is not unusual for the funding agency to request that a contribution on the order of 10% of the program cost