“Some of the proposed amendments are clarifying amendments and others are more substantive.”
Sunday, July 22, 2012
The $3 billion California stem cell agency is changing the rules for how it handles its grants, ranging from research milestones and budgets to training programs and unspent funds.
The memo said that the changes are intended to improve the 45-page grant administration policy and remove provisions that are hard for the staff or grantees to “understand and follow.” The memo said the changes were developed after input from grantees and others.
Grant recipients and others seeking CIRM cash would be well-advised to examine the proposed changes, which are scheduled to be approved on Thursday at the board meeting in Burlingame.
The modifications will then go into the state's administrative law process and are scheduled to go into effect in October.Sphere: Related Content