Before your grant, cooperative agreement, or contract ends, you must submit your product to OVC for review and, after that review, a final submission package that includes any review changes. These two steps must take place—
These are minimum requirements for submissions to be reviewed. OVC is moving to a review process that will incorporate benchmarks for periodic feedback as development proceeds throughout the grant or contract. Setting these benchmarks will be a collaborative process between OVC and grantees.
120 Days Before Your Funding Ends
least 120 days before your funding
must submit your product to
us for review. Build the 120-day product review deadline into
your grant or contract timeline.
- Experts in the field and others within the U.S. Department
of Justice (DOJ) will review and comment on the product during
the review period.
- We should return the product in 3090 days, depending
on its size and complexity.
- Be prepared to incorporate substantive and editorial
changes into the product per discussion
with your grant monitor.
If you are unable to provide a final version of the product 120 days before
the grant, cooperative agreement, or contract ends, you may request
a no-cost extension to the grant or contract period. These extensions
are approved on a case-by-case basis, and all requests must contain
a substantive reason justifying the delay.
If substantive changes
to the product are required, no additional funds will be made
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30 Days Before Your Funding Ends
days before your funding ends, you
must provide us with a final submission
package. This package
should include all materials required to move forward with
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