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Proposal Form
1.
Proposed start date:
2.
Duration:
3.
Total project costs for 15 test varieties (with appropriate controls):
4.
The incremental costs for an additional (a) 5 and (b) 10 test varieties per
annum:
(a):
(b):
5.
Indicative cost (per variety) for disease and damage assessments for
Common Catalogue varieties:
6.
The cost of any additional tests being proposed for inclusion in the IVT
programme:
7.
The value of any support from other sources (i.e. cash or in-kind
contributions):
8.
Lead researcher:
Name:
Organisation:
Address:
Telephone:
Email:
9.
Collaborators (add extra tables as required):
Name:
Organisation:
Address:
Telephone:
Email:
10.
Aim: to successfully deliver an IVT programme for Potato Council
11.
Objectives. List the objectives that need to be achieved to successfully
deliver the IVT programme. Include objectives for any additional tests that you
think should be considered for inclusion in the IVT programme. Add additional
letters as required.
a:
b:
c:
d:
e:
12.
Methods. Describe in detail the approaches to be used to achieve each
objective. If you have included additional test(s) for consideration, provide a
brief justification of why it (they) should be included in the programme. Add
additional letters as required.
a:
b:
c:
d:
e:
13.
Milestones: List the project milestones with completion dates. If the proposal
is being submitted by a consortium of organisations, identify the
organisation(s) responsible for achieving each milestone. Add additional rows
as required:
Milestone
number
Description
Responsible
organisation
Completion
date
14.
Describe how the project would complement and/or benefit from other
projects sponsored by the Potato Council or another sponsor:
15.
Has a statistician been consulted regarding the proposal. If not, explain
why this was considered unnecessary at this time:
16.
Briefly describe the procedures for the scientific management of the
project:
17.
List any risks which may affect the successful completion of the project:
18.
Staff Costs:
For each organisation provide information on staff resources (post/grade, persondays and cost) by financial year i.e. 1st April – 31st March. Two tables are provided add extra tables or delete an unused table as required.
Organisation:
Post/grade
title
Year
1
Staff input (in person-days)
Cost (£)
By financial year
By financial year
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Organisation:
Post/grade
title
19.
Year
1
Staff input (in person-days)
Cost (£)
By financial year
By financial year
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
Year
4
Year
5
Project costs:
For each organisation provide the project costs (for 15 test varieties with appropriate
controls) by financial year (1st April – 31st March). Two tables are provided - add
extra tables or delete an unused table as required.
Organisation:
Project costs
By financial year
Staff costs
Consumables
Travel
Overheads
Sub-contracts
TOTALS
Year 1
£
Year 2
£
Year 3
£
Year 4
£
Year 5
£
Organisation:
Project costs
By financial year
Year 1
£
Year 2
£
Year 3
£
Year 4
£
Year 5
£
Staff costs
Consumables
Travel
Overheads
Sub-contracts
TOTALS
20.
Additional tests. If you have suggested additional test(s) which should be
considered for inclusion in the IVT programme (in sections 11, 12), indicate
which organisation(s) would be responsible for delivering the test(s) and
provide the cost for 15 test varieties. Insert a table (with the headings as
specified in section 19 above). If more than one test has been suggested
provide a separate table for each test.
21.
Clearly identify support from other sources- financial or in-kind by
financial year. In-kind contributions will need to be substantiated. Use a
separate table for each contributor.
Contributor
Year 1
£
Year 2
£
Year 3
£
Year 4
£
Year 5
£
Financial
In-kind
22.
Briefly describe a framework that would allow a contribution to the cost
of the IVT programme to be made by variety holders:
23.
List what the project will deliver on completion:
24.
Indicate how the deliverables will be made available to levy payers:
25.
Describe the potential benefits arising from the project for (a) levy
payers, (b) consumers, (c) the environment. In the case of levy payers,
identify how different sectors of the industry (fresh, processing, seed)
will benefit from the project.
(a):
(b):
(c):
26.
Will further research or development be required before the potential
benefits can be realised? If yes, give reasons:
27.
Suggest how the benefits from the work could be quantified:
28.
Do you expect this project to generate any commercially exploitable
Intellectual Property? If yes, give details:
29.
Suggest Knowledge Exchange activities which could be used to
promote the uptake of the outputs from the IVT programme. Costs for
these activities should not be included in sections 18-20 inclusive.
Submit completed Proposals to [email protected] by 5pm on
Friday 1st August 2014