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Amendment 25: DRAFT A.40 GLOBE Implementation Office for Community Comment.

The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE, http://www.globe.gov/) Program is a worldwide science and education program that provides opportunities to better understand, sustain, and improve Earth’s environment at local, regional, and global scales. When it is released in its final form, the Earth Science Division of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate will solicit proposals through this ROSES-2023 competitive program element A.40 for an organization or a team of multiple organizations to host the GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) and collaborate with NASA in the implementation of GLOBE, with the objective of strengthening the programmatic support for GLOBE and enhancing the value of GLOBE to its worldwide community of students, educators, scientists, citizen scientists, and partners.

NASA anticipates awarding one cooperative agreement at approximately $3.9-4.4M per year for five years, plus an additional $0.8-1M for an initial four months of transition (if appropriate).

ROSES-2023 Amendment 25 releases a DRAFT of A.40 The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) for community comment. Questions and comments on the DRAFT A.40 GIO are due by June 9, 2023 via email to Amy P. Chen amy.p.chen@nasa.gov (please use subject line: DRAFT A.40 Questions and Comments) and will be used to inform the final text and a Q&A document for this program element.

There will be at least two optional public teleconferences about this program element:

Links to recordings of the above two teleconferences will be posted on the NSPIRES page for this program element.

For planning purposes, the tentative Step-1 proposal due date for ROSES-2023 A.40 will be in October 2023, and the tentative Step-2 proposal due date will be in December 2023.

Please direct questions and comments about the GLOBE Program in general or the DRAFT A.40 GIO program element in particular to Amy P. Chen at amy.p.chen@nasa.gov.



Last Updated
Sep 11, 2023
NASA Science Editorial Team
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