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MBDA Grant Application

MBDA Grant Application

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    At MBDA we are committed to fully leveraging minority-owned businesses to
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    fuel America's economic growth we help minority businesses go through public
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    and private partnerships policy and research come join us
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    become one of our partners by applying for one of our latest grants this is
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    Rachel she represents an organization that works with minority entrepreneurs
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    and is aligned with MBDA's mission rachel realizes her organization is
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    eligible to apply for a grant but the question is how does she apply Rachel
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    can follow a four stage process to successfully apply for a grant first she
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    registers her business on several websites second she conducts thorough
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    research to learn more about the grant third she will carefully write her
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    application and fourth she will submit the application in a
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    week for follow-up to register her business she obtains a Duns numbers that
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    her application can be tracked next she registers with Sam she will need the
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    authorizing official of her organization and an employer identification number
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    she uses these numbers to create a grants.gov account in stage 2 Rachel
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    locates and downloads the grant application package from grants.gov
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    she next goes to MBDA gov to read the frequently asked questions about this
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    process she also attends a pre-application
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    conference to learn more in stage three rachel reads the
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    announcement paying special attention to key sections she checks their
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    eligibility in Section C finds the deadlines and requirements in Section D
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    and learns about the selection process section e now Rachel can sit down to
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    write her application she carefully addresses all requirements that are in
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    the grant she compares a draft of her application to the checklist and section
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    e when Rachel is satisfied that all requirements have been met she logs on
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    to grants.gov and submits her application before the deadline she
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    prints their confirmation message and celebrates this accomplishment
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    MBDA receives her application and gives it an initial screening to determine it
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    is complete and on-time next a merit review panel will evaluate her
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    application against section e and give it a score out of a hundred points
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    finally the MBDA National Director will make the final decision
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    Rachel can track her application package using the tracking number on grants.gov
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    she can check the grant application package to find out when she'll hear
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    back good luck in completing your applications for more information
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