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This page describes the Fiscal Year 2018 Community for Data Integration (CDI) Request for Proposals (RFP). Through the annual CDI proposal process, funds have been awarded for projects focusing on data integration for interdisciplinary research, innovative data management, and demonstrations of practical use of new technologies.

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1/19/2018: New information posted following the Jan. 17-18 CDI RiskMap Workshop: FAQ for FY18 CDI RFP applicants that are proposing ideas related to the Risk Focus Topic

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FY18 Awarded Projects

Additional executive support enabled the funding of two more projects after the initial announcement.

Vote

Voting was open from February 6-15 (closing on the 15th at 5pm ET). 

Guidance Document

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December 18, 2017

RFP Announcement

January 16, 2018 @ 1pm ET

RFP Information Session

February 1, 2018 @ 5pm ET

Statements of Interest (SOI) Due

February 6, 2018

SOI Presentation Session and Voting Opens

February 15, 2018Comment and Voting Period Closes

February 26, 2018

Invite Full Proposal Submissions

March 22, 2018

Full Proposals Due

April 16, 2018

Awarded Projects Announced

September 30, 2018Awarded Funds must be spent

We realize this is a compressed schedule and we thank you for understanding. 

Statement of Interest Lightning Presentation Session

This year, the CDI will be holding an online session for 1-minute lightning talks to help the CDI community learn about the proposed ideas. 

Tuesday, February 6, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern Time, Add to Google Calendar 

Each submission will have one 16:9 slide (no animations - it will be converted to PDF) and 1 minute to share their idea with the community!

Download (optional) slide template (optional): Template (pptx)


Related Documents and Forms

Collaboration Forum

One of the ways to improve your CDI Statement of Interest and final proposal is to have cross-Mission Area and cross-Center collaboration. If you have an idea for a CDI proposal but are looking for collaborators in other disciplines or centers to join you, post your idea and contact information on the collaboration forum. By posting your idea there, CDI Coordinators can help facilitate connections. 

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Statement of Interest Lightning Presentation Session

Playback the recording | Slides | Order of Presenters (pdf) | Presenters (xls)

This year, the CDI will be holding an online session for 1-minute lightning talks to help the CDI community learn about the proposed ideas. 

Tuesday, February 6, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern Time, Add to Google Calendar 

Each submission will have one 16:9 slide (no animations - it will be converted to PDF) and 1 minute to share their idea with the community!

Download (optional) slide template (optional): Template (pptx)

Include somewhere on your slide:

  • Title of your submission
  • Your name
  • Your email address

Email your slide to cdi@usgs.gov by February 5, COB. Slides will be compiled, converted to PDF, and the presentation order will be sent out first thing on February 6. 

Tips

  • Don't over-clutter your slide. 
  • Practice the timing of your 1-minute pitch. You can say a lot in 1 minute if you know exactly what you are going to say.
  • Know your audience - the CDI is very diverse, so avoid specialized jargon.
  • Focus on the gap that your proposal will fill, and the benefit or lessons learned to be passed on to the CDI and the USGS.

More

  • The session will be recorded.
  • If no one on your project team can make the session, get in contact with cdi@usgs.gov.

Community Voting Results

Community voting is a factor in the proposals that advance to the Phase 2 Full Proposal phase.
Visit the Phase 1: Statements of Interest page to see the top ranked Statements of Interest from voting.
No later than February 26, we will inform all proposers that advance to Phase 2 from the additional CDI Executive Sponsor and Coordinator recommendations.