The thought of writing a proposal can be overwhelming, but the task does not have to be daunting. The Center for Local-aid Support (CLAS) is hosting a seminar to assist you in leveraging funding assistance through FHWA’s Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration program. CLAS wants your agency to be prepared.
Presenters will answer questions such as:
- How much information is too much information?
- Which projects are eligible?
- Do I need maps, estimates, etc. with the proposal?
If you find yourself wondering about these questions, then the strategies presented in this webinar will help you maximize the benefits of preparing an informative proposal that can accelerate innovations on highway transportation projects. Presenters of the webinar will include Victoria Peters, Director of Center for Local Aid Support (CLAS) and Sharon Gordon, Innovation Deployment Specialist-FHWA CLAS.
Target Audience: Local Agency, Tribal Government, and Federal Land Management Agencies.
Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration
Webinar on “How to write a proposal”
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
12:30 PM -2:00 PM [EST]
To join the webinar, participants must register to participate in the meeting room. Wherever possible, we encourage you to attend from a conference room where everyone can gather as a group.
NOTE FOR NON-DOT REGISTRANTS
NEW Registration Process
Registration is a two-step process. First, non-DOT users including State DOTs must request access to the FHWA External Portal. Second, non-DOT users including State DOTs must login using the email address used to request access to the site and their requested password.
EXTERNAL users (those without a @dot.gov email address) will have to request an account before they can register. Here is the link to request an account: https://collaboration.fhwa.dot.gov/FBA/Register.aspx. Step-by step instructions on how to request an account can be found here: https://connectdot.connectsolutions.com/espnon-dotstaff/
For additional information please contact Sharon Gordon at Sharon.Gordon@dot.gov (email).