This page describes the Fiscal Year 2020 Community for Data Integration (CDI) Request for Proposals (RFP). Please watch this page for updates throughout the proposals process.
If you have any questions, get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The funded projects were announced at the March 11 CDI Monthly Meeting.
Congratulations to the following project teams!
|Barnhart, Theodore||Building a framework to compute continuous grids of basin characteristics for the conterminous United States|
|Cravens, Amanda||So you want to build a decision support tool? Assessing successes, pitfalls, and lessons learned for tool design and development|
|Erickson, Richard||Using Jupyter Notebooks to tell data stories and create reproducible workflows|
|Fox, Aaron||USGS Cloud Environment Cookbook|
|Hitt, Nathaniel||Enabling AI for citizen science in fish ecology|
|Hunter, Margaret||Implementing FAIR practices: Storing and displaying eDNA data in the USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database|
|Kolb, Katharine||Developing a "fire-aware" stream gage network by integrating USGS enterprise databases|
|Medenblik, Andrea||Waterbody Rapid Assessment Tool (WaterRAT): 3-dimensional Visualization of High-Resolution Spatial Data|
|Peacock, Jared||Development of a Flexible Multi-Channel Spatiotemporal Geophysical HDF5 Data Format Supporting FAIR|
|Petkewich, Matthew||Real-time Coastal Salinity Index for monitoring coastal drought and ecological response to changing salinity values|
|Reed, Sasha||GrassCast: A multi-agency tool using remote sensing, modeling, and on-the-ground science to forecast grassland productivity in the Southwest|
|Sohl, Terry||Moving towards EarthMAP: Establishing linkages among USGS land use, water use, runoff, and recharge models|
|Williamson, Tanja||Using machine learning to map topographic-soil & densely-patterned sub-surface agricultural drainage (tile drains) from satellite imagery|
Project PIs were notified by email of their status on November 26, 2019.
This year, due the high relevance and community support for all statements of interest, all 24 teams were invited to submit full proposals.
Full proposals are due on January 30, 2020, and instructions are included in the CDI RFP Guidance Document.
Additional information can be found on a Q&A page for full proposal submitters.
Commenting on the FY20 Statements of Interest began midday on October 15, 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 October 24. Voting will be open from October 25 to November 8.
A recording of the October 23 Lightning Presentation Session can also be found at the link below.
September 11, 2019
September 18, 2019, 1pm ET
RFP Information Session
October 11, 2019, 5pm ET
Statements of Interest (SOI) Due
|October 15, 2019||Comment Period Begins|
October 23, 2019, 3pm ET
SOI Lightning Presentation Session
|October 25, 2019||SOI Voting Opens|
|November 8, 2019||SOI Voting Period Closes|
Early December 2019
Invite Full Proposal Submissions
January 30, 2020
Full Proposals Due
Awarded Projects Announced
|September 30, 2020||Awarded Funds must be spent|
This year's Request for Proposals Information Session was held on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 1:00pm ET.
If you have an idea but need some collaborators, you can start looking for CDI collaborators or comments, using the CDI RFP Collaboration Forum: https://my.usgs.gov/confluence/x/xh3bJQ
Statements of Interest (SOIs) were due October 11, 2019 by 5pm ET. We will be using Google Forms to submit the SOIs this year. Upon submission of the Google Form, you will receive an email receipt with a link that will allow you to edit your submission up until the deadline. Please check your SOI file before you upload it because you will not be able to delete it. You may submit the Google form before uploading a file if you are not ready and return to the form using your confirmation email to upload your final file. If you need to update a file you uploaded, simply upload the 2nd file and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to double check that we use the correct file. Please make sure to use the templates on the CDI FY20 RFP Forms page.
Full proposals are due on January 30, 2020.
Lead PIs and those who used the submission system in Phase 1 will be emailed information about the submission system in early January, after we can set up a new system Microsoft.