IRAP FY18 Competition Webinar

  • 8 February 2018
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The NOAA Climate Program Office invites you to register for the IRAP FY18 Competition Webinar on Feb 14, 2018 2:30 PM EST at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7120836812788849411

NOAA's Climate Program Office is currently soliciting proposals for FY 2018 for the International Research and Applications Project (IRAP): Decision Support Research on Climate-Sensitive Health Risks (in partnership with the Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments RISA program).

IRAP proposals are being solicited for two different foci.

  • Focus area 1: We estimate that awards for transboundary work involving RISA teams will be up to $350,000 per year, for a period of 1-2 years, for a total amount of $1.2 million, pending budget appropriations.
  • Focus area 2: We estimate that funding for the development of integrated global maps, tools and information will be on the order of $300,000 per year for a period of 1-2 years, pending the availability of funds. Only 1-2 awards are anticipated for this second foci.


This webinar will discuss the process for FY18 IRAP competition, as well as what makes a strong proposal. We encourage the submission of questions in advance and through the chat on the day of the webinar. Questions should be general and avoid reference to specific projects.

Submit questions in advance to sean.bath@noaa.gov.
To learn more, visit cpo.noaa.gov/grants or cpo.noaa.gov/irap.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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