This page describes the Fiscal Year 2019 Community for Data Integration (CDI) Request for Proposals (RFP).
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Project PIs were notified by email on May 1, 2019.
|Open-source and open-workflow Climate Scenarios Toolbox for adaptation planning||Aparna Bamzai||North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center|
|Extending ScienceBase for Disaster Risk Reduction||Joe Bard||Volcano Science Center|
|Transforming Biosurveillance by Standardizing and Serving 40 Years of Wildlife Disease Data||David Blehert||National Wildlife Health Center|
|Integrating short-term climate forecasts into a restoration management support tool||John Bradford||Southwest Biological Science Center|
|National Public Screening Tool for Invasive and Non-native Aquatic Species Data||Wesley Daniel||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center|
|High-Resolution, Interagency Biosurveillance of Threatened Surface Waters in the United States||Sara Eldridge||Wyoming-Montana Water Science Center|
|Develop Cloud Computing Capability at Streamgages using Amazon Web Services GreenGrass IoT Framework for Camera Image Velocity Gaging||Frank Engel||Texas Water Science Center|
|Serving the U.S. Geological Survey’s geochronological data||Amy Gilmer||Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center|
|Establishing standards and integrating environmental DNA (eDNA) data into the USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database||Margaret Hunter||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center|
|Subsidence Susceptibility Map for the Conterminous U.S.||Jeanne Jones||Western Geographic Science Center|
|A generic web application to visualize and understand movements of tagged animals||Ben Letcher||Leetown Science Center|
|Building a Roadmap for Making Data FAIR in the U.S. Geological Survey||Fran Lightsom||Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center|
|Coupling Hydrologic Models with Data Services in an Interoperable Modeling Framework||Richard McDonald||Water Resources Mission Area Integrated Modeling and Prediction Division|
|Implementing a Grassland Productivity Forecast Tool for the U.S. Southwest||Sasha Reed||Southwest Biological Science Center|
20 projects were invited back for full proposals. View the results and other voting details at the link below.
Watch 1-minute talks at the lightning presentation session!
Recording from November 28: 181128-fy19-soi-lightning.mp4 | slides: FY19-CDI-Statement-of-Interest-Lightning-Slides-no-audio.pdf
Commenting on the FY19 Statements of Interest began midday on November 19, 2018. CDI members will receive an email notification. You can join the CDI and participate in commenting and voting if you join by the end of the day on November 29. Voting was open from November 30 to December 14.
October 15, 2018
October 24, 2018 @ 1pm ET
RFP Information Session
November 16 @ 5pm ET
Statements of Interest (SOI) Due
|November 19, 2018||Comment Period Begins|
November 28, 2018 @ 3pm ET
SOI Lightning Presentation Session
|November 30, 2018||SOI Voting Opens|
|December 14, 2018 @ 11:59pm ET||SOI Voting Period Closes|
December 20, 2019
Invite Full Proposal Submissions
March 1, 2019 (extended due to shutdown)
Full Proposals Due
Awarded Projects Announced
|September 30, 2019||Awarded Funds must be spent|
The recording and slides from the October 24, 2018 Information Session are posted here.
Recording: (audio starts at 1:35 181024-CDI_FY19_RFP_Info.mp4)
Q&A from the session: RFP Information Session Q&A
The deadline for Statements of Interest was November 16, 2018, at 5pm Eastern.
Full proposals are due on March 1, 2019, an extension due to the government shutdown. Lead PIs and those who used the submission system in Phase 1 were emailed a reminder about their submission link on February 15, 2019, in an email from email@example.com with the subject "FY19 CDI Full Proposal Submission Link."