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Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) PS11-1103: Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention Training Centers

Funding & Budget
E-Mailed Questions

Please note: The email Q&A responses take precedence if there is a discrepancy between the webinar Q&A and the email Q&A responses. The email Q&A responses are the most updated.


  1. What is the purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA)?
  2. What are the measurable outcomes?
  3. Can the FOA be used to support research?
  4. Where can I view the FOA?
  5. Where can I get the latest FOA-related updates?

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  1. Who may apply for funding?
  2. What are additional requirements?
  3. Are matching funds required?
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Pre-Application Technical Assistance

  1. Is technical assistance with writing my application available?

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  1. What is a DUNS number, and how do I get one?
  2. What are the parts for which an organization can apply?
  3. Can an organization apply for more than one part?
  4. How do I submit my application?
  5. When is my application due?
  6. Should my organization apply online?
  7. What first steps should I take to apply online?
  8. Do I need to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI)?
  9. What if I need technical assistance with
  10. What is included in an application?
  11. What should I include in the project abstract?
  12. What information must I include in the project narrative?
  13. For applicants seeking additional funds to serve as the NNPTC National Resource and Coordinating Center, the following should be included in the Project Narrative (Organizational and Personnel Capacity, Program Plan, Budget/Budget Narrative).
  14. How long should the narrative be?
  15. What items belong in the appendices and attachments and how should they be named?

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Funding & Budget

  1. How much money is available to support this funding opportunity award?
  2. How many awards will CDC make and what sorts of funding can grantees expect to receive?
  3. How long will funding for the projects be continued?
  4. What information must I include in the budget and justification and staffing breakdown? (PART I, II, III, and IV) Budget and justification and staffing breakdown
  5. How many PTCs will be funded and what will be their assigned coverage areas?
  6. What is the purpose of an indirect cost rate agreement?
  7. Does the 8% cap on indirect costs apply to any type of organization? Does it apply to subcontracting organizations?
  8. When will the funds be available?
  9. What other factors affect the funding decision?
  10. Where do I find guidance on budget preparation?

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  1. How does the CDC review and selection process work?
  2. Is my application subject to intergovernmental review?
  3. How is the written application scored?

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  1. How will my organization be notified if we are selected for funding?
  2. What are the funding restrictions?
  3. What are the funding restrictions?
  4. What are our reporting requirements if funded?
  5. How many mandatory meetings/events are the successful applicants expected to attend?
  6. How many hours of training is a PTC required to develop or deliver each year?

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  1. What is a model STD clinic?

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  1. Who may I contact for more information?

E-mailed questions and responses.

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