Grantors and Applicants research and address significant challenges in society. Collaboration is time-consuming; whether in identifying funding needs of researchers, resourcing potential requests for proposals/applications (RFP/RFA), or reporting progress and results. International and in-country organizations spend too much time locating potential grantors and those grantors spend too much time administering grants when they yearn to link with the research community in innovation rather than a maintenance role. All parties prioritize researching, analyzing, and disseminating; however, the business burden of grants compliance overshadows the incredible potential of significant adoption of grants-related research.
The Grant Lifecycle
Identification, Application, Implementation, and Dissemination phases of the grant lifecycle complement blockchain strength in identity, provenance, and security.
Grantor and Applicants
Multiple stakeholders in Grantor and Applicant organizations, external researchers, and grants participants
Securing and Connecting Grants
High-Level Summary The grant process follows a linear lifecycle that includes creating the funding opportunity, applying, making award decisions, and successfully implementing the award. These phases are grouped as:
Grantors and Applicants
Multiple stakeholders in Awardee and Applicant organizations, external researchers, and grants participants:
<List the Actors who have a supporting role in helping the Primary Actor achieve his or her goal.
Stakeholders and Interests
Main Success Scenario