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Hubble Space Telescope Call for Proposals for Cycle 23 > Chapter 12: Grant Funding and Budget Submissions > 12.3 Eligibility for STScI Grant Funds

12.3
Always contact STScI Grants Administration for questions regarding eligibility.
Only eligible U.S. investigators may request funding for their successful Cycle 23 programs.
Budget proposals from eligible U.S. PIs and Co-Is will be accepted from the following types of institutions only: universities, nonprofit research institutions, private for-profit organizations, and Federal institutions. Instructions for budget preparation and submission will be sent to the successful proposers after the Phase I reviews have been completed.
Non-U.S. scientists are eligible to apply for HST time but will not apply for or receive STScI grant funding. STScI welcomes the opportunity to conduct research with non-U.S. organizations on a cooperative, no-exchange-of-funds basis. Although PIs, Co-Is, and Collaborators employed by non-U.S. organizations may be identified as part of a proposal submitted by a U.S. organization, STScI funding may not be used in any way to support research efforts by non-U.S. organizations.
“Non-U.S.” refers to a scientist who has a contractual affiliation (e.g., employment, grant, contract, research funding, etc.) with a non-U.S. institution, regardless of where he or she resides. STScI grant funding may not flow through a U.S. investigator to investigators at foreign institutions.
If a program has a non-U.S. Science PI and one or more U.S. Co-Is, the Science PI must select a U.S. Co-I to be the Administrative PI of the program. The Admin PI will have oversight and responsibility for budget submissions of the U.S. investigators (see Section 8.13).

Hubble Space Telescope Call for Proposals for Cycle 23 > Chapter 12: Grant Funding and Budget Submissions > 12.3 Eligibility for STScI Grant Funds

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