NSERC is pleased to announce an update to its On-line System that will simplify how information is collected from the partner organizations on an Alliance grant.

This update will allow applicants to invite their partner organization representative to complete the information online. When completing the Application for a Grant (Form 101), the applicant will provide an email address for the partner organization representative. An invitation with a personalized URL will then be sent to that email address. Once completed by the partner organization representative, the form will be automatically linked to the application.

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