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Strategies for Preparing a Budget Barbara A. Howell, M.A. University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs
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Elements of a proposal 1. Proposal Summary 2. Problem (or needs) statement 3. Project objectives 4. Project methodology 5. Project evaluation 6. Budget 7. Supporting materials
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The Budget is a Plan The budget translates the methods section of the proposal into dollars and shows specifically what is needed to implement the plan that has been described earlier in the proposal. THE BUDGET SECTION SHOULD BE ABLE TO STAND ALONE.
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Use the format prescribed by the grantor. Provide comprehensive budget information, ensuring that the budget matches the project objectives and methodology. Be clear about how the amount requested from the grantor fits into the budget Add a narrative to explain and justify budget items. Also consider a statement of future funding plans, if appropriate to the project.
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Budget Components Detailed proposal budget Summary budget Budget narrative
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course PAD 5850 taught by Professor Howell during the Summer '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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