Date Open: 
03/18/2021
Sponsor: 
National Science Foundation
ORD Notice of Intent Deadline: 
08/06/2021
Agency Deadline: 
12/10/2021
Limit per Institution: 
1
Source: 
external
Title: 2024 American National Election Study Competition  (ANES) 

NSF 21-601

 

Brief Summary: We seek proposals that draw from, and build upon, the ANES’ many accomplishments. At the same time, we seek innovative ideas for ways to improve the ANES’s scientific and public value. With these objectives in mind, we seek proposals that emphasize excellence in one or more of the following areas: - See Program Description for additional details. 

LIMITATIONS ON SUBMISSIONS:  1  

The Accountable Institutions and Behavior Program in the Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences expects to make one or two awards for the 2024 American National Election Study (ANES), with the award to run from fiscal years 2022 to 2025. We anticipate that the ANES funding will total no more than $14 million over four years, whether it is one or two awards. The expected starting date is July 2022.

Should two independent awards be made, the two awardees will be required to work closely together. Innovative proposals incorporating recent advances in survey research, the use of administrative data, sampling methods, and/or new concepts in the study of elections are encouraged.

Research Office Notice of Intent Deadline: 
  • August 6, 2021
Agency Deadlines:
  • Letter of Intent Deadline: September 20, 201
  • Full Proposal Deadline: December 10, 2021
The general guidance for the preparation of notice of intent to the Research Office:

COVER SHEET (1 page) -please use an 11 point or higher font with one inch margins.

  • Solicitation Name and Descriptive Title
  • Project Summary:  3 or 4 sentences or bullet points that provide an overview of the objective of your proposed research, how you plan to do it, and the expected outcome.
  • Key PI/co-PIs:  5 or 6 sentences or bullet points that highlight team expertise as it relates to the project.
  • Budget:  Example:  The total cost of the project is anticipated to be $ X, with $ Y being requested from the Agency.  Agency funds will be used for: $ A for personnel; $ B for operations, and $ C for broader impacts/subcontracts etc. 

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION (1 page) - please use an 11 point or higher font with one inch margins.

Problem statement: Clear and concise statement of

  • Research question(s) and how the project will address the research question(s);
  • Proposed activities: Describe the project to be undertaken and provide the technical specifications of the research activities and timelines that will be undertaken.
  • How the proposed research can lead to the advancement of research/knowledge in this area.
  • Expected results: Describe the outcome you anticipate from the research.
  • Abbreviated CV or biographical sketch of the principal investigator – separate page
  • Optional - Suggest one or two names to serve on the internal review committee.
Submit your Notice of Intent to the: 

 

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