Summary: by State/Institution
Shows the number of awards and the amount of funding by state and type
of institution receiving an NSF award. The institutions are
Federal -- Government agency;
Industry -- Large Corporation or business;
Small Business; and
University -- Academic institutions of higher
education regardless of accreditation status, that offer at least two
years of college-level studies in residence.
Click on a specific state to see a list of its awarded institutions.
Click on a specific institution to see the list of awards. Click on an
award to see the abstract and other information. Ten years of funding
data is available and can be limited by NSF directorate or division.
Proposal and Award Information (Funding Rate) by State and Organization
Provides information on the number of proposals and awards, Funding
Rates, Average Decision Time, Mean Award Duration and Median Award Size.
Average Decision Time measures the time from when NSF receives a
proposal to when a final decision is made. Information is
presented by NSF organization. To see the information by State, go
to the "Data by" dropdown, select State and then press, "View Report".
Ten years of data is available.
NSF Report on Efficiency of Grant Size and Duration
This report is based on the Principal Investigator FY 2001 Grant Award Survey and
Institutional Survey. The survey addressed the issues of what constitutes the
appropriate NSF grant size and what could be done to improve NSF award efficiency and
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