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Grant Writing For Dummies, 5th Edition by Beverly A. Browning

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Chapter 10

Peering into the Peer Review Process

In This Chapter

arrow Passing the technical review phase

arrow Understanding how the peer review process works

arrow Figuring out how to write the right stuff for peer review points

arrow Improving your application with research and the aid of a third-party evaluator

arrow Thinking like a peer reviewer by becoming one

Consider the grant writing process: You open your e-mail to find the daily alert from Grants.gov or another funding alert subscription database. As you scroll through the alerts, you find a notice that looks perfect for your organization. You quickly click the handy link to read the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) synopsis. Wow, you may be on to something here. Now you click through again to read the full grant application announcement. Yes, your organization qualifies to apply for this funding. Next, you see that 50 grants will be awarded. Jackpot! The competition will be stiff, but at least your organization has a chance at winning the bucks. ...

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