Rapid-Cycle Evaluation can be especially useful when it comes to Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants. SBIR grants, especially Phase I, do not typically have long contract periods. Some are as short as six months, while some may last up to a year.
Entrepreneurship is exciting. When you have the opportunity to make your idea come to life and start your dream business, it can be difficult to think about anything else, especially evaluation. However, there is a place where evaluation and entrepreneurialism intersect. Regardless of what stage your business is in, it is important to be constantly evaluating and adjusting based on data.
We all know that grants are about results. In most proposal solicitations you will be asked to include an evaluation plan in your proposal so you can […]
Comming soon: We are holding a 1-hour webinar hosted by our partner L. S. Caldwell & Associates, Inc. on April 5th, 2018 Come sit in on this webinar […]
The 30 percent MWBE utilization goal set by Governor Cuomo in 2014 has created unprecedented opportunities for the MWBE community. New York State’s small businesses are winning […]
When organizations talk about evaluation, they often feel overwhelmed. Too often we assume evaluation requires lots of time and money that smaller organizations simply don’t have. But, […]
The program helps eligible IHEs to become self-sufficient and expand their capacity to serve low-income students by providing funds to improve and strengthen the academic quality, institutional […]
We have spent a lot of time writing about best practices surrounding proposal preparation and even going to conferences to talk about proposal preparation. But what about the […]
Most of these funding opportunities have already closed. However, there are a few that are still open the might be part of your focus. The Bureau of […]
The RFP for the 2016-2021 Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention program is now available. The deadline for this funding opportunity is January 8, 2016 at 3:00pm. The […]