OPPORTUNITIES

Request for Solutions (RFS)

Foreign-Born Scientists and Engineers and the U.S. Workforce (FBSE)

On November 5, 2021, ADC published the below Request for Solutions (RFS) for Foreign Born Scientists and Engineers and the U.S. Workforce (FBSE). The Government is seeking whitepapers that support evidence building to understand the availability and demand for global science and engineering training and talent. The Government anticipates there will be multiple awards and the total value of all of the awards is estimated to be between $3,500,000 and $5,000,000.

The whitepaper submission window has closed.

Questions on the RFS should be directed to adc-contracts@ati.org.

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Request for Solutions (RFS)
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Whitepaper Format
Full Proposal Format
Base Agreement

FBSE Webinar – November 9th, 2021

This webinar focused on the Foreign-Born Scientists and Engineers and the U.S. Workforce topic area and the RFS submission requirements. If you intend to respond to the RFS, we encourage you to watch the event recording or review the webinar slides below.

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FBSE Webinar – October 27th, 2021

America’s DataHub Consortium (ADC) hosted a webinar on the first ADC project being released by The National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), Foreign-Born Scientists and Engineers and the U.S. Workforce. The event recording and webinar slides are available below.

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