Before you begin writing you should be able to answer the following questions: 1.) Project Background Explain what needs/problems you are trying to solve, and why these needs/problems are worth solving.
You should also provide a brief setting and history behind the project. Include references to supporting documentation, such as research papers and articles.
Prepared by: Attached Documentation: Project Contacts: List those individuals who are involved with the project and can be contacted.
Be sure to include their name, title, role in the project, as well as phone numbers and email addresses The goal of this section is to present the reasons for doing this project as well as stating all of the project's objectives.
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Project Research Proposal
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This information can be placed in the index at the end.
2.) Project Objectives State explicity what goals the project is aiming to achieve.
3.) Additional Financial Statements Some project proposals may require additional financial statements, such as a profit and loss statement, a recent tax return, an annual report, or a list of funding sources.
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