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Can the Lead Research Institute be a pre-existing, well-established Consortium of Universities? And if yes, then can the Director be from one of the member Universities (i.e. the Director resides within the pre-existing Consortium, but does not physically live in the same city)?

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A pre-existing consortium may be a lead research institute as long as it has the financial mechanisms and administrative structure in place to carry out the financial, administrative, and legal functions specified in the RFP-I and GRI Master Research Agreement. The lead investigator or PI may be from one of the member universities of the consortium as long as the lead investigator or PI meets the criteria of the RFP-I and it can be shown in the proposal that he/she can carryout the duties of the lead investigator or PI even while officially located in a location other than the consortium headquarters.
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