Re: NSF Proposal Text

     NIDRR/OSERS will also want to see the proposal and participate in the 
     review.  The project should identified as a joint 
     NSF/NIDRR/OSERS/Department of Education project.  NIDRR will assign a 
     project officer to work with the NSF project officer.
     NIDRR and NSF will work jointly to use our various authorities to 
     assure that all aspects of the project are funded.
     Katherine D. Seelman
     Director NIDRR
     Howard Moses
     Deputy Assistant Secretary

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Subject: NSF Proposal Text
Author:  web-access@w3.org at Internet
Date:    3/18/97 8:30 PM

It's up at http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Disabilities/9703/NSF.html.  The 
Daniel (et al):
formatting is pretty good this time, but the section numbers are a 
mess.  The good version will be sent to NSF on Friday from MIT.  It 
has been signed by everyone at LCS and is now at the central 
a) If you feel like editting the HTML (generated by doing a CUT from 
MSWord97, then PASTE into FrontPage) to fix the section numbers, go 
ahead.  Otherwise we can get to it sometime or other.  I don't think 
we'll publicize this URL until NSF has notified us about acceptance 
(or not) of the proposal.  The MSWord 97 version is still at 
http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/TandS/Public/NSF Accessibility Proposal.doc 
(including the spaces in the name!)
b) Section 4 was (re-)written to describe the entire IPO effort, 
including the schedule, etc. with all sources of funding included.
The hope (from J-FA) was that you could just take this in its entirety 
for use in the TIDE proposal and in fund raising for 
industry/charitable organizations so that everyone sees the same