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DASNR Sponsored Programs

DASNR Sponsored Programs

DASNR Sponsored Programs

A resource for those seeking information on grants and contracts associated with Oklahoma State University's Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.

DASNR Sponsored Programs helps advance the research mission of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources by providing grants and contracts services and guidance to faculty and departmental staff. DASNR Sponsored Programs plays a key role in both the pre- and post-award processes, working closely with departmental staff, university offices and external entities.

New Important Information

Visit our two new pages for updated NIFA proposal submission information.

NIFA Centers of Excellence 

NIFA Proposal Guidelines

 

Resources, Templates & Guidelines
Templates documents for grants and contracts management functions. Included are budget templates and subaward letter of commitment templates. Routing forms and procedures.  Documents detailing administration of sponsored programs.

Proposal Submission Procedures
DASNR procedures, terms, and conditions; budget worksheet; routing sheets, standard OSU agreements; F&A rates; benefit rates; and links to forms

Funding Opportunities
Links to upcoming deadlines, funding opportunity databases and individual funding agency websites.

Reports & Statistics
Links to files containing statistics and information on all grant proposals submitted and awards received for the current and past fiscal years.

Grant Writing Resources
Information about internal and external resources.

County Staff Resources
Guidelines, forms and staff information relating to County grant activities.

DASNR Sponsored Programs Staff
Contact information, roles and responsibilities.

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DASNR Sponsored Programs Contact Information

DASNR Sponsored Programs Administration
241 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7195
Fax: 405-744-8863

GRANT A.I.D. Series

GRANT A.I.D. Series

GRANT A.I.D. Series

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Resources, Templates & Guidelines

Resources, Templates & Guidelines
Resources, Templates & Guidelines
Resources, Templates & Guidelines
IRS exemption
IRS exemption
recovered salary
recovered salary
tuition remission
tuition remission
thresholds
thresholds
supplemental salary
supplemental salary
intellectual property
intellectual property
expanded authority
expanded authority
brochure
brochure
subaward in
subaward in
subaward out
subaward out
retro form
retro form
recast form
recast form
Research Services Agreement
Research Services Agreement
Sponsored Research Agreement
Sponsored Research Agreement
DASNR Routing Sheet
DASNR Routing Sheet
Standard Research Services Agreement
Standard Research Services Agreement
Routing sheet acrobat
Routing sheet acrobat
Routing sheet reader
Routing sheet reader
additional investigators
additional investigators
PHS-FCOI training sheet
PHS-FCOI training sheet
NIH Cert
NIH Cert
cost share details
cost share details
Export Control
EXport Control
Retro
Retro
Budget Mod Request Memo - No Prior Approval
Budget Mod Request Memo - No Prior Approval
Budget Mod Request Memo - Agency Approval
Budget Mod Request Memo - Agency Approval
Budget Mod Request Memo - AOR Approval
Budget Mod Request Memo - AOR Approval
DASNR Banner Finance Workbook
DASNR Banner Finance Workbook
FY18 Budget template
FY18 budget template
FY18 F&W budget template
FY18 F&W budget template with 33% match
FY18 NIH budget template
FY18 NIH budget template
FY18 NSF budget template
FY18 NSF budget template
FY18 USDA budget template
FY18 USDA budget template
FY18 Matching budget template
FY18 Matching budget template
FY18 F&A Rate Agreement
FY18 F&A Rate Agreement
PIF
PIF
Deposit Form
deposit form
EPAF Request Form
EPAF Request Form
New Personnel Record Worksheet
New Personnel Record Worksheet
P-card Approval Form
P-card Approval Form
P-card Receipt Form
P-card Receipt Form
P-card Pre-Authorizing Form
P-card Pre-Authorizing Form
Travel Info Form
Travel Info Form
Travel Request & Voucher Forms
Travel Request & Voucher Forms
NCE Request
NCE Request (August 2018)
PIF
PIF - april 2019
Time & Effort Certification
T&E March 2019
T&E Presentation for Faculty - April 2019
T&E Presentation for Faculty - April 2019
T&E Guidelines for DASNR - March 2019
T&E Guidelines for DASNR - March 2019
T&E Presentation for Dept Staff - April 2019
T&E Presentation for Dept Staff - April 2019
AdobeSign PI
AdobeSign PI
AdobeSign Others
AdobeSign Others

Proposal Submissions

Proposal Submissions

The following are the required proposal submission procedures.

Preproposals

All preproposals should be routed in the same manner as full proposals in accordance with OSU policy as describe below.

Full Proposals

All proposals must be routed for the appropriate administrative approvals before submission to the agency.  Faculty should contact their department financial assitant and Ag Sponsored Programs person as soon as they begin developing the proposal. Proposals that include research with human subjects, animals, or recombinant DNA may be submitted while the application for institutional approval is still pending.  The faculty member will then be responsible for obtaining the needed approvals before the award is received.

Routings

All proposals, including preproposals, must be routed for administrative approvals before being submitted to an external sponsor. Each department has a staff member who is responsible for completing routing sheets. The department staff member will prepare the routing sheet and obtain signatures from the principal investigator(s) and department head(s) before submitting the routing to DASNR Sponsored Programs. Fully completed, signed routing sheets should be submitted to DASNR Sponsored Programs at least five working days before the proposal deadline. The routing must contain a final budget, final budget narrative, and a final version of any forms or other documents requiring an institutional signature.  However, for routing purposes a draft of the technical narrative is sufficient.

Routing forms are available on the "Resources, Templates and Guidelines" page.

Budgets

The provided budget templates (available on the "Resources, Templates and Guidelines" page) are not required, but are provided as a tool for budget development.  The templates are designed to calculate F&A, fringe rates and other factors automatically - provide the proper inputs are given.  There is a full instruction sheet attached to the template. Caution should be exercised when revising these worksheets. Adding or deleting lines could cause errors to result in the formulas.

External sponsors often have their own budget forms that are required.  You may check with your departmental staff member or with DASNR Sponsored Programs to see if the budget forms are available in an electronic format. Some sponsors may occasionally provide unrestricted program support without requiring a budget.  OSU requires that a budget be provided for input into the financial accounting system.

OSU policy requires that Indirect Costs (or F&A costs) be requested whenever allowed by the sponsor. Some sponsors may require cost share or matching. If you must include matching in your proposal budget, this should be limited to the faculty’s salaries and benefits. Other forms of matching may be possible only in very exceptional cases. Your departmental staff member or AgSP staff can assist faculty in calculating the appropriate times and amounts of faculty salary to include in the budget. Cost sharing is not encouraged unless it is required by the sponsor.

F&A Rates (or Indirect Costs)

F&A rates are negotiated and set every two years through OSU’s cognizant federal agency (currently ONR). OSU policy states that “reimbursement is to be sought and collected on all sponsored projects.  Although some sponsors will not pay indirect costs or will pay only a reduced rate, the amount not allowed as reimbursement is nonetheless to be shown in the proposal so that the sponsor and the University will be aware of the University's contribution.” When F&A is collected, 55 percent of the earnings are retained by Central Administration and DASNR receives 45 percent of the earnings. Of the amount received by DASNR, 75 percent (or 33.75 percent of the total) is transferred back to the department.

Acceptance of Award

Should a sponsor choose to award or accept a proposed project, the award must be routed for appropriate administrative approvals.  Often the sponsor, particularly federal and state sponsors, have their own award documents. However, private sponsors may not have an award instrument on hand. In that event, DASNR Sponsored Programs should be contacted to negotiate a standard OSU agreement with the sponsor. If the sponsored project involves human subjects, animals, or recombinant DNA, the required institutional approvals must have been obtained before the award can be accepted.

Standard Agreements

If the external sponsor does not have a standardized award document, OSU’s standard agreements may be used. Two commonly used agreements are the Standard Sponsored Research Agreement and the Standard Research Services Agreement. Other standard, commonly used agreements can be found on VPR's website. DASNR Sponsored Programs staff can assist in provided other agreement as needed for specific circumstances, including sub-awards.

These are made available for informational purposes. However, DASNR Sponsored Programs should be contacted before using any of them. DASNR Sponsored Programs can negotiate these agreements with the sponsors or in certain occasions can draft special purpose agreements.

DASNR Sponsored Programs Contact Information

DASNR Sponsored Programs Administration
241 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7195
Fax: 405-744-8863

NIFA Centers of Excellence

NIFA Centers of Excellence

What is a Center of Excellence?

A Center of Excellence (COE) in food and agricultural research, extension, and education is a grantee whose application was not only found to be highly meritorious by a peer panel, but met additional criteria (see below) to receive the designation. This designation is specific to a grant application. 

What criteria must be met to be designated as a COE?

To be designated as a COE, applicants must justify the following as it relates to the implementation of the proposed research and/or extension activity outlined in their application:

  • The ability of the COE to ensure coordination and cost effectiveness by reducing unnecessarily duplicative efforts regarding research, teaching, and extension.
  • In addition to any applicable matching requirements, the ability of the COE to leverage available resources by using public-private partnerships among agricultural industry groups, institutions of higher education, and the federal government. Resources leveraged should be commensurate with the size of the award.
  • The planned scope and capability of the COE to implement teaching initiatives to increase awareness and effectively disseminate solutions to target audiences through extension activities
  • The ability or capacity of the COE to increase the economic returns to rural communities by identifying, attracting, and directing funds to high priority agricultural issues.
  • Additionally, where practicable (not required), COE applicants should describe proposed efforts to improve teaching capacity and infrastructure at colleges and universities (including land-grant colleges and universities, cooperating forestry schools, certified Non-Land Grant Colleges of Agriculture, and schools of veterinary medicine. 

Is there funding set aside for COEs?

No. There is no specific budget to fund COEs. 

Does an application that includes a COE receive priority funding?

Yes, NIFA will effectively use the COE prioritization as a “tie breaker.”  When reviewing an application, reviewers will look at the COE criteria and give it a “yay” (meets the criteria) or “nay” (does not meet the criteria.)   After that determination is made, there is no privilege or priority given to Centers of Excellence unless there is a tie in the initial panel review.  In instances where an application requesting COE designation is found to be equally meritorious with applications of non-COE, based on peer review, selection for funding will be weighed in favor of applicants meeting the COE criteria. 

How do I create a COE?

Requesting the COE designation in an application does not create a COE. The criteria (see above) that makes a COE must already be in place for the proposed research. USDA’s recognition is just that – a recognition.  Including it in your proposal doesn’t create a COE, it simply recognizes that a COE already exists. The justification in the proposal needs to show that a Center of Excellence already exists for the research/extension area covered by the application.  It is not intended to show that there is potential for a Center of Excellence. The reviewers are not evaluating your ability to be a CoE, but evaluating what already exists. 

How do I show that I have the “ability to leverage available resources”? Is that like matching funds?

In the justification for the COE, the leveraged funding (which is a key element) should not be quantified. It is not match. USDA does not want to see it presented as match.  They want to see that the Center is being supported by other sources of funding and that USDA’s funding will be a part of a larger supported program.   The leveraged funding should not be included in the budget narrative or the budget. 

Do I get extra space in my narrative to present the COE justification?

There is no extra space given to provide the COE justification. The page limit is not increased. This is a balancing act that the PI must decide upon.   Is using the narrative space to justify and request the COE designation, and the potential value of that, worth more than spending that space describing the research or extension activities of the application?  Will the recognition as a COE be a feather in the researcher’s cap that could then be shown to other potential funders? Would the PI get other benefit from having his project recognized as a COE? 

Someone else at OSU already is a COE.  Can I use that as my justification, since the COE already exists?

No. The  COE designation applies to this project/research only. Not to the department or the University or the PI; it applies only to the activities funded by the proposed grant.

 

Other information on Centers of Excellence is available at:

https://nifa.usda.gov/resource/centers-excellence-frequently-asked-questions

https://nifa.usda.gov/resource/centers-excellence-implementation-nifa-competitive-grant-programs

 

NIFA Proposal Guidelines

NIFA Proposal Guidelines

To ensure that your proposal is not Returned Without Review, please comply with the following NIFA proposal submission standards:

    FORMATTING

    • Margins should be no smaller than 1" in all directions
    • Font should be no smaller than 12 point, regardless of line spacing
    • Number each attachment sequentially

    ATTACHMENTS

    • Must be in .pdf format
    • Must not have any spaces or special characters in the file name. Use and underscore _ instead of spaces.
    • File names must be 50 characters or less.
    • File names – Many RFAs specifically state a particular file name for attachments.  E.g. “… save file as ‘BibliographyReferencesCited’.
    • File headers – Many RFAs specifically state a particular header to be placed on each document.  E.g. “Title the attachment as ‘Bibliography & References Cited’ in the document header.”
    • Follow the page limits specified in the RFA. Biosketches are limited to 2 pages + publications listing.

    GENERAL

    • Project title – is limited to 140 characters. This is due to a form field length in NIFA’s internal system.  Please be sure your titles are 140 characters or less.
    • Follow the RFA.

Reports and Statistics

Reports and Statistics
Reports and Statistics
Reports and Statistics
Awarded 2008
Awarded 2008
Proposed 2009
Proposed 2009
Proposed 2008
Proposed 2008
2010 activity
2010 activity
2011 activity
2011 activity
2012 activity
2012 activity
2013 activity
2013 activity
2013 Activity-pdf
2013 Activity-pdf
2012 Activity-pdf
2012 Activity-pdf
2011 Activity-pdf
2011 Activity-pdf
2010 Activity-pdf
2010 Activity-pdf
Historical Snapshot
FY 14 summary
FY14 backup .pdf
FY13 summary
FY13 backup .pdf
FY12 summary
FY 12 backup .pdf
FY13 backup .xls
FY15 Quarterly Summary
FY15 Quarterly Summary
FY15 .pdf with backup documentation
FY15 .pdf with backup documentation
FY15 .xls with backup documentation
FY15 .xls with backup documentation
FY16 Q1 Summary and backup .pdf
FY16 .xls with backup
FY16 .xls with backup
FY16 Q2 summary and backup
FY16 Q2 summary and backup
FY16 Quarterly snapshot
FY16 Quarterly snapshot
FY16 Sponsored Programs Activity
FY16 Sponsored Programs Activity
FY16 Snapshot
FY16 Snapshot
FY16 Sponsored Programs Activity .pdf
FY16 Sponsored Programs Activity .pdf
FY17 Sponsored Programs Report
Pivot tables
FY17 Quarterly Summary and comparison
FY18 Pivot Table
FY18 Pivot Table
FY18 Quarterly Summary
FY19 pivot table

Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

The first step of a successful proposal begins with identifying and matching a sponsor interested in funding your research. The pursuit for an appropriate sponsor is time-consuming but rewarding. Funding opportunity websites should be visited often since interests, guidelines, and deadlines can change frequently. Also, it is prudent for PIs to take advantage of automatic alerts when offered by a sponsor’s site and to register for funding announcements. Grants.gov is one commonly used website that offers broad-based, funding opportunity searches with links and alerts.

Ag Sponsored Programs distributes funding opportunities on a regular basis via a listserv.

To subscribe or unsubscribe to the listserv, send an email to hollie.schreiber@okstate.edu.

To manage your listserv subscription, click here. Your listserv options include recieving each announcement as it is sent, receiving announcements via a digest, or receiving announcements via an index.

Subscribers can also browse and search the archives of funding opportunity announcements.
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Grant Writing Resources

Grant Writing Resources

The art of successful proposal writing is a learned skill acquired through diligent practice and meaningful interactions with successful grant writers. To position faculty for success, the college and university provide classes to not only develop and refine proposal writing skills but also facilitate opportunities to exchange ideas and tips.

Division of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

While DASNR Sponsored Programs does not employ a grant writer, the staff is available for limited consultation, guidance and review of proposals. In particular, DASNR Sponsored Programs can provide guideline interpretation and proposal coordination services. DASNR Sponsored Programs also hosts small seminars and lunceons on specific grantsmanship topics. These are scheduled on an as-needed basis and the information is distributed to all faculty in DASNR.

Office of Proposal Development, VPRTT

The Office of Proposal Development in the Office of the Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer provides assistance to OSU faculty and administrators developing external grant proposals, including those involving multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional research teams.

Scheduled assistance by the proposal specialist will be billed out to investigators at $25 per hour (minimum half hour increments) via monthly campus vendor invoices . These costs can be charged to F&A, departmental, or college accounts (not grant accounts.) Informal queries and/or requests for basic information are not considered scheduled assistance and will not be charged. An important priority is to assist new faculty at OSU to successfully compete for research funding; therefore, the Vice President for Research & Technology Transfer provides up to 8 hours gratis proposal assistance to new faculty any time within 24 months after hire.

Contact information: Nani Pybus, Proposal Development Specialist, 744-3660, or nani.pybus@okstate.edu.

External Resources

Many funding agencies, including NIH and NSF, provide grant writing resources and tools. Other private foundations and agencies also provide a wide array of proposal development tools. For a list of these resources, please visit
http://www.research.okstate.edu/opd-links.htm. Ag Sponsored Programs will also distribute, via email, announcements about relevant workshops and other grant writing resources.

DASNR Sponsored Programs Contact Information

DASNR Sponsored Programs Administration
241 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7195
Fax: 405-744-8863

County Staff Resources

County Staff Resources

 


DASNR Sponsored Programs Contact Information

PROPOSALS OR GENERAL INFO -- Hollie Schreiber
Director, DASNR Sponsored Programs
Phone: 405-744-7196
E-Mail: hollie.schreiber@okstate.edu

AWARDS OR NRA -- Michelle German
Grants & Contracts Officer
DASNR Sponsored Programs
Phone: 405-744-7086
E-Mail: michelle.german@okstate.edu

DASNR Sponsored Programs Administration
241 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7195
Fax: 405-744-8863

DASNR Sponsored Programs Staff

Ag Sponsored Programs Staff

General Contact Information

DASNR Sponsored Programs Administration
241 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-7195
Fax: 405-744-8863

Hollie Schreiber, MBA, CRA
Director
243 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-7196
E-Mail: hollie.schreiber@okstate.edu

Hollie directs the administration of all sponsored programs activities. She is also responsible for procedure and guideline development, coordination with DASNR and University administration, and training and education of Department Financial Assistants, Faculty and other DASNR staff in grants/contracts related areas. The Conflict of Interest process and committee is managed by the Director of DASNR Sponsored Programs.

PRE-AWARD TEAM

SogolDr. Sogol Rasouli
Proposal Development Specialist
262 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-9707
E-Mail: sogol.rasouli@okstate.edu

Sogol’s primary responsibility is to assist faculty on large, multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional proposals. , She reviews and evaluates proposals to meet proposal requirements, proofreads and edits proposals to improve readability and overall presentation, and coordinates the development of supporting documentation. Sogol works closely with sponsored programs staff to ensure that proposals are routed, reviewed, and submitted successfully.

Milissa Gofourth
Grants & Contracts Specialist, Pre-Award
261 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-7004
E-Mail: milissa.gofourth@okstate.edu

Milissa is responsible for the budget development, routing, review, and submission of all proposals. She works closely with faculty to develop the budget and supporting routing documentation. She also works closely with Dr. Rasouli to ensure the proposal is administratively compliant.

 

POST-AWARD TEAM

Michelle German
Grants & Contracts Specialist, Post-Award
242 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-7086
E-Mail: michelle.german@okstate.edu

Michelle is responsible for the administration of sponsored programs after they are awarded. Michelle is the Grants & Contracts Officer for the County and District Extension offices and for all accounts within the following departments: Agricultural Education Communications & Leadership, Animal Science, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, The Institute for Biological Agrosciences, Plant & Soil Sciences, and 4H Youth Development.

 

Meghann headshotMeghann O'Harrah
Grants & Contracts Specialist, Post-Award
240 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-3985
E-Mail: oharrah@okstate.edu

Meghann is responsible for the administration of sponsored programs after they are awarded. Meghann is the Grants & Contracts Specialist for all accounts within the following departments: Entomology & Plant Pathology, Food & Ag Products Center, Field & Research Service Unit, and Natural Resource Ecology & Management (to include the Oklahoma Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Unit.)

Kelly headshot 3Kelly Peck
Grants & Contracts Specialist, Post-Award
239 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-7194
E-Mail: Kelly.peck@okstate.edu

Kelly is responsible for the administration of sponsored programs after they are awarded. Kelly is the Grants & Contracts Officer for all accounts within the following departments: Agricultural Economics, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, and all DASNR general accounts.

 

Administrative Team

Jannice Hicks
Accounting Specialist
241 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-2934
E-Mail: jannice.hicks@okstate.edu

Jannice coordinates with the Specialists in the post-award administration of accounts. She reviews expenditure transactions, maintains cost share reports, maintains the G&C information system, and manages the departmental budget.

 

 

Diana Perry
Sr. Administrative Support Assistant
241 Ag Hall
Phone: 405-744-7195
Email: diana.perry@okstate.edu

Diana is responsible for managing the routing system and related procedures, information, distributions to the department/units, and providing general administrative support for the office.

County Routing Questionnaire

County Routing Questionnaire

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files

Guidelines for DASNR IP
FY08 Proposals
FY08 Awards
County Routing Questionaire
Grants.gov Tutorial
Tuition Remission on Sponsored Programs
Consolidated Guideline
FY09 Proposals
Uses of Recovered Salary
Guidelines for BUDGET REVISIONS AND EXPANDED AUTHORITY
Guidelines for BUDGET REVISIONS AND EXPANDED AUTHORITY
Retro form
Retro form
Recast form
Recast form
Supplemental Month Salary
guidelines and memo form
Subaward IN form
Subaward IN form
Subaward OUT form
Subaward OUT form
A-21 Quick Facts
A-21 Quick Facts
FY10 SP Activity Final
FY10 SP Activity Final
FY11 Sponsored Programs PDF
FY11 Sponsored Programs PDF
FY10 Sponsored Progams PDF
FY10 Sponsored Progams PDF
Sponsored Research Agreement
Sponsored Research Agreement - uploaded 9/11
Research Services Agreement
Research Services Agreement - uploaded 9/2011
RW logo
RW logo
RW flyer
RW flyer
FY11 Sponsored Programs Activity
FY11 Sponsored Programs Activity
RCR Summary - Zhanna
RCR Summary - Zhanna
FY12 Sponsored Programs Activity excel
FY12 Sponsored Programs Activity excel
FY12 Sponsored Programs Activity pdf
FY12 Sponsored Programs Activity pdf
FY13 Sponsored Programs Activities excel
FY13 Sponsored Programs Activities excel
FY13 Sponsored Programs Activities pdf
FY13 Sponsored Programs Activities pdf
IRS Exemption Letter
IRS Exemption Letter
OSU Routing Portfolio
OSU Routing Portfolio
FY13 Budget Template
FY13 Budget Template
FY13 Budget Template w/match
FY13 Budget Template w/match
DASNR Routing Sheet
DASNR Routing Sheet

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County Proposal Submissions and Receipt of Awards

County Proposal Submissions and Receipt of Awards Guidelines

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County Routing Questionnaire

County routing questionnaire

PDF document icon County Proposal Questionnaire REVISED.pdf — PDF document, 256 kB (262552 bytes)

Guidelines for the Administration of County Grant Proposals and Awards

Guidelines for the Administration of County Grant Proposals and Awards

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County Routing Questionnaire

County Routing Questionnaire

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NRA presentation slides

NRA presentation slides

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