Proposal Submission Resources
- New Mexico Tech Proposal Submission Process
- Need help with the budget for your proposal?
- GRANTS.GOV User Manual-- Most federal agencies require proposals to be submitted via the Grants.gov website. The R&ED Research Services Office must submit all proposals through Grants.Gov. This document is a very basic user manual for Grants.gov.
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Please feel free to contact the Research Services Office (Hstanfield@admin.nmt.edu or call -6940 )if you have any questions or if you encounter any difficulties with the FastLane website.
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