Step 3 Documents
During this stage you will need the following documents:
- Identification Document or Passport
- Your CV
- Your Institution Legal Registration Document
- Research Proposal
- Data Management Plan
- Questionnaire Sample (where applicable)
- Resume (Curriculum Vitae) Your current CV. If you are leading a research team, provide only your own CV. You must also ensure you have included the contact details of your research team in step 2 - General Information. Research team members will each be invited to register with the system and to provide copies of their CVs by email.
3.2 Institution Legal Registration Document
- The legal registration document your organisation. This may be a certificate issued by a government body (e.g Companies House or equivalent) or other legal document (e.g. Royal Charter in the case of some Universities).
3.3 Research Proposal with Budget
- A copy of your research proposal and budget This must include the budget as submitted or approved by the funding agency. It should also include details of any partner organisations (e.g. all members of a consortium involved in the research).
3.4 Questionnaire Samples
If you will be conducting surveys or interviews as part of your research (e.g. with community members, fishermen etc.) please provide samples of the proposed questionnaires.
3.5 Data Management Plan
- Your Data Management Plan. Before conducting your research you must plan how you will collect and store your data safely. This should include information on arrangements for the storage of specimens or samples that you propose to collect in the Bahamas and related data. This includes genetic sequence data (also known as digital sequence information). This also refers to matters of confidentiality for research projects involving interviews.
If you are unfamiliar with Data Management Planning the template for EU Horizon 2020 projects provides a useful guide and can be downloaded as a word document here. For US based researchers the National Science Foundation provides guidance on Data Management Planning in different subject areas. See the latest Directorate Wide Guidance for your subject area on the NSF website at https://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/dmp.jsp.
All applicants are required to provide a data management plan.
3.6 Cruise Plan
A detailed Cruise Plan including ports of entry and exit and routes to be followed.