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Program for Study of Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union - (Title VIII) - #19.300

About 3 months following the deadline, the Advisory Committee will meet in public to evaluate applications and make funding recommendations. Assuming the program's funding is in place, the Advisory Committee will forward its recommendations to the Deputy Secretary of State who usually will act on them within one or two weeks. All applicants then are notified by mail regarding their funding status.




An Advisory Committee mandated by the legislation reviews the application and rates it according to its responsiveness to the call in proposing a national, competitive program; the organization's established track record in administering a research and training program; its mechanisms for sharing the cost of the program; how it intends to advertise its program to the broad constituency of scholars; how successfully an organization targets individuals most likely to make a career commitment to the study of the region; etc. The Committee makes funding recommendations to the Deputy Secretary of State for approval.

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