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Cayuse Proposals - RR Personal Data Form

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The RR Personal Data form is used by agencies as part of the review and award process to identify any inequities based on gender, race, ethnicity, or disability of a proposal's PD/PIs and co-PD/PIs

The RR Personal Data form is populated from the RR Key Persons form, and, as applicable, by any linked subaward(s).  Only Key Persons with the roles of PD/PI and co-PD/PI are included in the RR Personal Data form.

NOTE:  The RR Personal Data form will only list (1) one individual with the role of PD/PI and up to (4) four individuals with the role of co-PD/PI for a maximum of 5 individuals in total that can populate on this form .  Thus, if your application includes more than (1) one individual with the role of PD/PI and/or more than (4) individuals with the role of co-PD/PI, only the first listed PI and the first 4 listed co-PIs on the application will populate on the RR Personal Data form.

While a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) may require the RR Personal Data form as part of an application submission, the requested information is voluntary and is not a precondition of award.  Therefore, any individual in the role of PI or co-PI not wishing to submit some or all the information should still be listed on the RR Personal Data form, but we can indicate "Do Not Wish to Provide" on the form for that individual.

Personal data form

Upon agency receipt of the application, this form will be separated from the application. This form will not be duplicated, and it will not be a part of the review process. Data will be confidential.

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