Discussion: Need Statement, Goals, and Objectives
A well-written, funder-focused need statement is the most important element of a proposal. An effective need statement must be supported by data that reflects a thorough and accurate review of the literature and provides proof of need. Objectives are specific and measurable steps that must be achieved if that project is to reach its specified goals.
With this in mind, review your project description in the Week 2 Assignment, the specifics of your selected RFP, and the Chapter 1 information from your course text on the need statement, goals, and objectives. In addition, review the definitions of a goal, objective, outcomes, and outputs in the grant-focused glossaries listed in the Week 1 Learning Resources. Consider feedback to previous Discussions as well as any feedback to assignments that have been returned from your Instructor.
In this Discussion, you will share your project need statement, goals, and objectives. Make sure that all three parts of the posting are aligned to guidelines and requirements contained in the RFP.
· Post your project need statement, goals, and objectives for a non-governmental organization that will help single mothers raise their families without being dependent on support from welfare.
RFP. Link: Link: https://www.state.gov/m/a/140245.htm
The proposal has its submission to the sponsor who lacks any specific solicitation. The sponsor has firm belief on the investigator due to the interesting status of the subject. The sponsor also has a wide perception of the study area. The unsolicited proposal may undergo development as per the general agency instructions and guidelines. It has a specific subject field due to the small area of focus. The main scope of the project lacks a limiting status when it comes to the solicitation guidelines. The unsolicited proposal does not have a specific time of submission. Individuals may submit it at any given time. However, one has to have a high intelligible status when it comes to developing content. A panel exists when it comes to an unsolicited proposal. The panel ensures that the proposal meets all the requirements when it comes to acquiring the needed funding.