Grant Review and Evaluation BSHS/452

Grant Review and Evaluation BSHS/452

Grant Review and Evaluation BSHS/452 Instructor Rick Bazant University of Phoenix (Axia) November 25, 2013 Critique Sheet On: The Behavioral Organization Community Resource Center from Team A Group Assignment Credibility Component Credibility of organization is established Directors of organization and appropriate personnel are identified. Contact person is established as well as preferred forms of contact. Target Population stated. Need Component Need Component States the problem in detail. Need Component state the mission as well strategic planning to complete the mission. Need Component Supports the proposal with relevant data.

The organizations program’s current need for the fund is established. Objectives Component Proposal describes outcomes that are measurable and achievable. Timelines are achievable. Deadlines for time frame are achievable. Met ods Component Clearly states objectives. The methods component includes staffing and programs. Evaluation Component Tells how evaluation will be completed. Tells how data will be gathered. Includes measurable steps. Future Funding Component Expresses the possibility of future funding needs. Budget Component Is Accurate. Is sufficient and covers cover cost Establishes how funds will be used.

Includes sources of other income Individual Response I fully support funding, and look forward to future funding opportunities to support the organizations mission. Explanation of Rating The grant proposal is clearly presented and is to be considered accurately configured Research goals are clearly identified, exhibits rigorous standards of inquiry suitable to the organization. Budget request is clearly related to the project and well supported. The proposal is well written and understandable. Objectives and outcomes for the organization are clear, measurable and tangible. The proposed trategies are realistic, effective and outcome-oriented.

The organization has credibility. The human resource allocation to this project is appropriate, and stakeholders, partners, clients and funder representatives will participate in the planning, implementing and evaluation process. The proposal includes a collaborative approach and there is a solid evaluation form. The rating for the proposal is excellent, and to be recognized for its strategic planning, as well as clearly stated objectives. As a team, team “A” came together to configure a grant proposal based on an organization that was created amongst each ther and did a great Job at doing so.

The proposal is clearly stated, with technical writing and objectives well presented, sure to catch the eye of the funder. Also, the organizations proposal has a fit with the funder’s priorities and parameters. The proposal summary succinctly and convincingly states the importance of the program. All of the above has been determined by careful review and consideration, as well a from knowledge obtained throughout the course of this class. Reference Guidelines for Critiquing Grant Proposals. Retrieved November 24, 2013 from http:// www. umbc. edu/bioclass/bi01456/GRADcritiques. pdf