Volunteer to Review Proposals!
- NASA Research Announcement (NRA) 2013 Competitive Program for Science Museums, Planetariums and NASA Visitor Centers Plus Other Opportunities (CP4SMP+)
The NRA management team, in collaboration with the NASA Mission Directorates, is recruiting qualified peer reviewers who volunteer to externally review CP4SMP+ proposals. A diverse reviewer pool, including but not limited to practicing or retired scientists, engineers, technologists, higher education faculty, educators (e.g., K-12; informal; public outreach) and other experts (including individuals without a current institutional affiliation) with experience or knowledge of activities described in the Announcement NNH13ZHA001N is sought. The review will include proposals from eligible non-profit entities, including NASA Visitor Centers, as authorized under Public Law 109-155 SEC. 616. MUSEUMS: "The Administrator may provide grants to, and enter into cooperative agreements with, museums and planetariums to enable them to enhance programs related to space exploration, aeronautics, space science, earth science, or microgravity." For the full funding opportunity visit the very long URL ending in =open/ at: https://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/solicitations/summary.do?method=init&solId=%7B37764C2A-F415-01DF-1B30-F1971BE7F8BE%7D&path=open/
Please submit your qualifications, interest, and availability - or nominate qualified colleagues at this short URL: https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/reviewer. If you click the "Register to Be Considered as a Reviewer" link, please have your 2-3 page resume ready to upload. No resume is necessary to nominate a colleague from your organization (or elsewhere) using the "Suggest Qualified Reviewers" link.
Although NASA cannot guarantee an invitation to review will result, we thank you for your consideration and/or referrals,
The 2013 CP4SMP+ Management Team
*P.S. CP4SMP+ reviewers sign a nondisclosure/conflict of interest statement prior to being granted access to any proposal. NASA will ask each selected peer reviewer to disclose all conflicts of interest, as well as situations which may give the appearance of a conflict of interest or COI. To read more about NASA COI policies see Appendix C and Appendix E.3 in the 2013 NASA Guidebook for Proposers at:http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/procurement/nraguidebook/.