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A: SFAz, by contract with the State, invests in the areas of Biomedicine, Information Communications Technology, and Sustainable Systems & Renewable Energy. Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) require applicants to ensure that their research projects address problems that will benefit Arizona’s economic future or address an issue unique to Arizona.
A: An RFP is issued which spells out the specifics of any grant to be awarded. Proposals then go through a rigorous external peer review process to ensure the research or educational effort proposed would be competitive with the best in the world. Finally, the SFAz Board reviews the proposal, the input from the peer review process and other information before making the final determination on awards.
A: See Grant Opportunities / How to Apply [need link]
Direct jobs associated with our grants
Leverage of non-state vs. state funding