Living Memorial Commemoration Fund Application Review
This page is designed to assist the WW100 Steering Committee members with the review of applications to the Living Memorial Commemoration Fund. This page is password protected and intended for committee members only.
Intended as a "one-stop shopping" site for application review, this page contains the following:
- the entire Review's Guide
- sub-pages for each application which contain all the submitted material pertinant to that application
- a regularly updated summary table which includes the current status of all applications
ROLES OF STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The role of WW100 Steering Committee members with respect to the Living Memorial Commemoration fund is:
• to assess applications made to the Living Memorial Commemoration Program according to the program guidelines, and
• to make recommendations for funding to the Steering Committee
APPLICATION REVIEW PROCESS
1. Eligibility and completeness review by Marketing and Communication (MarComm) staff
• Applications that meet eligibility requirements and are complete will be approved for review; applicants who have submitted incomplete or ineligible applications will be notified and may be invited to resubmit their application to the next round.
2. Conflict of interest disclosure
• MarComm staff will designate a committee member as the primary reviewer. An electronic copy of the application will be forwarded to the primary reviewer who must identify any potential or perceived conflicts of interest to the chair within 5 working days.
3. Primary reviewer
• Approved applications will be read and reviewed individually by the primary reviewer who will complete the appropriate sections in the application summary form.
• In addition to rating applications as per the review criteria (see below), the reviewers are asked to record brief notes on the strengths and weaknesses of the application. These notes may be shared with the applicant.
4. The committee meets to review the results & make recommendations:
• Applications that receive mixed reviews will be discussed and a decision will be made about whether or not they will be funded.
• Notes of review discussion will be recorded and applicants will be sent comments from the committee.