Preaward — Project Preparation

Jan Andersen

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    Abstract

    This chapter will take the starting point that research is a continuous process, where ideas, projects, data gathering, and documentation are closely interwoven. It will investigate the role of research administration staff facilitating this process, introducing the project life cycle, as a way to describe the different stages in a research process. We will concentrate on research with external funding using the generally acknowledged terminology of a preaward phase and a postaward phase to describe the difference between planned projects and actually running projects.

    The chapter will give a thorough introduction to the preaward part of the project life cycle, from the project idea, finding funding opportunities, awareness raising, preparation and writing of the project, submission, and contract negotiation phase; finally we will touch briefly on the rejection of proposals and how they can be recycled. Each component will be described with emphasis on the need for support in each step of the preaward phase.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationResearch Management: Europe and Beyond
    EditorsJan Andersen , Susi Poli, Kristel Toom , Pamela F. Miller
    Number of pages25
    PublisherElsevier
    Publication date2018
    Pages147-171
    Chapter6
    ISBN (Electronic)978-0-12-805059-0
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2018

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