Full RFP: NASA EPSCoR Rapid Response Research Opportunities
NASA EPSCoR solicits full proposals to address research focus areas found in its full FY2023 RFP released Friday, Sept. 16, with a due date of Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022.
Note: Researchers planning to respond to this announcement must contact Edward F. Duke by Thursday, Dec. 1, with the name of the research topic that they are interested in. See pages 21-60 for a brief tabulation of topics.
- Proposals 2-3 pages
- Due date Dec. 15, 2022
- Max. funding $100,000 for a period of one year (possible renewals)
- Proposals must be submitted by the South Dakota NASA EPSCoR Director, Edward Duke.
- The state is limited to a total of six submissions; however, there are no restrictions on the number of proposals in each research area or for a particular research topic.
- Researchers seeking information about a research topic should contact the NASA POC for that topic listed in the attachment.
The Rapid Response Research program’s goals are to provide a streamlined method to address research issues important to NASA, and to enable NASA EPSCoR researchers to work with NASA to solve research issues impacting the Agency’s programs/missions.
Direct questions on this opportunity to:
Edward F. Duke, Director
South Dakota Space Grant Consortium and
South Dakota NASA EPSCoR Program
501 East Saint Joseph Street
Rapid City, SD 57701-3995