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What comprises a "linked proposal" (end of Section IV)? Would collaboration with an RFP-IV consortium constitute a "linked proposal"?

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A "linked proposal" would be a proposal submitted to RFP-V which calls out another RFP-V proposal as a critical partner; collaboration with a currently-funded GoMRI project or consortium would not constitute a "linked proposal."  Regardless of proposed collaborations, each RFP-V proposal must stand alone.   
Proposals responding to RFP‐V are required to set forth, in the body of the proposal, the arrangements or details of collaborations. If the collaboration includes funding, the budget for collaboration and justification should be explained in the budget section of the proposal as appropriate.
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