B2.1 Start of funding for special projects of the Academies of Scholars for funding from 2017 is July 1, 2017. B3.1.2 The broad themes of the research programme for Learned Academies Special Projects for funding from 2017 on: C5.1.2 A project can be applied for up to one year and funded by arc. For each ARC program and funding cycle, there are different funding agreements. You can view or download a copy of your financing agreement on the arc or grantConnect website. A12.3.4 When making available information about an approved proposal for funding, the CRA may use a description of the project, including the title and summary, which may differ from that contained in the proposal. If the terms of the project change, you may need to obtain approval from the CRA. Examples of CRA approval include personnel changes, changes in planned budgetary expenditures, and transfer of the project to another administrative organization. If the terms of the project change, it is recommended that you contact RIC to discuss the need for a change. Changes to scholarships managed by the university must be requested through the RICs. The CRA only accepts variations sent to them by the RICs, and not by individual researchers or department/faculty staff. Below is a list of the CRA`s final launch dates for grants awarded in 2020. You can start your grant at any time until that date (provided that you have, if necessary, the necessary agreements, such as an MIA).
A9.4.2 Under the CRA Act, the Minister cannot approve a proposal that does not meet the eligibility criteria set out in these funding rules. APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO THE FUNDING AGREEMENT IS LEFT TO THE DISCRETION OF THE CRA. Funding Agreement: The agreement between the CRA and a management organization when a funding proposal from that organization is approved. C3.1.2 Response assistance to the Commonwealth Science Council Priorities aims to give the Learned Academies and the Australian Council of Learned Academies the flexibility to achieve this objective by using existing financial resources from non-ARC sources. A8.1.3 Applicants should comply with the eligibility criteria for access to other support programmes as expressed in the funding rules of these schemes. The CRA reserves the right to change these criteria in future funding cycles. Funding rules for all CRA programs are available on the CRA website. An agreement with staff, if necessary, and all necessary ethical and other authorizations must be available before the start of a project. The RDS is the sole source of authorization for the release of research funds and is issued once all internal and external requirements are met. A10.5 Funding applicants may at any time attempt to challenge CRA decisions using available external appeal options. With respect to the external recourse options available, the Administrative Appeal Tribunal does not have the general authority to review arc decisions.
Unspent CRA project funds can be transferred from year to year by completing the year-end survey. Each year, contract administrators will discuss the application process for transfer to non-lead grants in October. If the balance of an ARC project is still more than 75% of the total credits allocated for a calendar year, a cover letter is also required. . . .