Status Report

NASA EONS 2014 – Appendix J MUREP Aerospace Academy

By SpaceRef Editor
March 13, 2015
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Synopsis – Mar 12, 2015


General Information


    Solicitation Number:  NNH14ZHA001N-MAA

    Posted Date:  Mar 12, 2015

    FedBizOpps Posted Date:  Mar 12, 2015

    Recovery and Reinvestment Act Action:  No

    FedGrants Posted Date:  Mar 12, 2015

    Application Due Date Explanation:  NNH14ZHA001N-MAA Release Date: March 6, 2015; Notice of Intent Due: April 14, 2015; Proposals Due: June 11, 2015

    Classification Code:  U — Education and training services

    NAICS Code:  923110


Grant Specific Information


    Funding Instrument Type: Cooperative Agreement

    CFDA Number: 43.008

    Cost Sharing or Matching Required:  No

    Estimated Total Program Funding: $1,900,000.00

    Expected Number of Awards: 13

    Ceiling Amount: $160,000.00

    Floor Amount: none

    Funding Activity: Education (ED)

    Eligible Applicants: 25 – Others

      Minority Serving Institutions

    Link to Full Announcement:


Contracting Office Address


NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Headquarters Acquisition Branch, Code 210.H, Greenbelt, MD 20771




Awards will be made as cooperative agreements to Minority Serving Institutions. The period of performance for an award is up to 3 years.


Prospective proposers are requested to submit any questions in writing to no later than 10 business days before the proposal due date so that NASA will have sufficient time to respond.


Only accredited Minority Serving Institutions in the United States are eligible to apply for this NASA Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN). Proposers to this CAN are required to have the following, no later than the due date: 1) a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, 2) a valid registration with the System for Award Management (SAM) [formerly known as the Central Contractor Registry (CCR)], 3) a valid Commercial And Government Entity (CAGE) Code, 4) a valid registration with NASA Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES) (this also applies to any entities proposed for sub-awards or subcontracts.)


Consult Appendix J Section 3 for more eligibility information.


NASA’s Office of Education’s mission is to advance high quality STEM education. Through this solicitation, NASA establishes a pipeline as well as a mechanism for learners to be inspired, engaged and educated while progressively being challenged. Research indicates that instructional approaches or learning opportunities that engage students actively increase skill acquisition and information retention; encourage more positive attitudes toward STEM disciplines; and strengthen student persistence to study STEM disciplines. Through coordinated and collaborative efforts as an Agency, utilizing STEM engagement, NASA is attracting and retaining students in STEM disciplines who will contribute to the economic growth and global competiveness of the United States. NASA is investing in the youth of today in order to meet its STEM-related missions of tomorrow. Through activities such as the MAA, NASA is cultivating talent that will allow our Nation to explore space while improving life on Earth.


NASA MUREP Aerospace Academy (MAA) goals:


• Improve STEM literacy by engaging students, family members and teachers through the integration of emerging technologies. • Educate students utilizing a STEM curriculum that meets national science, technology, engineering and mathematics standards aligned to NASA’s mission directorates.


NASA MUREP Aerospace Academy (MAA) objectives:


• Increase the number of historically underserved and underrepresented students interested in NASA specific STEM careers. • Provide skills to parents/caregivers to work with and encourage their children in STEM activities and programs. • Involve community groups, business, industry, museums and educational and professional organizations through mentoring, field trips, guestspeakers and other MAA activities. • Engage students in participatory activities such as hands-on-learning, research, use of advanced technology, peer support groups, and mentoring relationships with professionals working in the STEM fields.


Every institution that intends to submit a proposal to this CAN, including the proposed prime award or any partner whether an informal education institution, other non-profit institutions, state and local Government agencies, and other organizations that will serve as sub-awardees or contractors, must be registered in NSPIRES. Electronic submission of proposals is required by the due date and must be submitted by an authorized official of the proposing organization. Such registration must identify the authorized organizational representative(s) who will submit the electronic proposal. All principal investigators and other participants (e.g. co-investigators) must be registered in NSPIRES regardless of submission system. Potential proposers and proposing organizations are urged to access the system(s) well in advance of the proposal due date(s) of interest to familiarize themselves with its structure and enter the requested information.


Electronic proposals may be submitted via the NASA proposal data system NSPIRES or via Organizations that intend to submit proposals via must be registered 1) with and 2) with NSPIRES.


Additional programmatic information for this CAN may develop before the proposal due date. If so, such information will be added as a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) or formal amendment to this CAN and posted on . It is the proposer’s responsibility to regularly check NSPIRES for updates to this CAN.


Point of Contact


    Name: Darlene Walker

    Title: Manager MUREP Aerospace Academy

    Phone: 216-433-8664





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