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Timeline

The ICSB holds two application cycles per year: one in the Spring and one in the Fall. Below please find the timeline for the Spring 2014 application cycle. 

Spring 2014 Application Timeline

DATE ACTIVITY
December 16 The ICSB releases the Request for Proposals.
January 21 The ICSB holds a WebEx training session to provide applicants with an overivew of Review Room and the application components. The WebEx will be held at 11:00 a.m. EST. Visit the ICSB's Application Steps for more information.
January 24 The Letter of Intent form is due. All applicants are required to complete and submit this non-binding form indicating interest in applying to the ICSB. The forms must be submitted by 12:00 p.m. EST.
February 24 Proposals are due. All material must be submitted in complete and final form by 12:00 p.m. (NOON) EDT.
March 24 – April 2 Applicant capacity interviews are held. Evaluators will interview applicant teams to explore questions and concerns raised by the applications and to assess founding team capacity to implement the proposed program effectively.
March 31 –  April 11 Public hearings are held. As required by Indiana law, public hearings will be held to allow for public comment from community members. ICSB staff and Board members attend.
Week of April 28 Board meeting is held. ICSB Board members will conduct a final Q&A with each applicant group and make qualification decisions based on recommendations from ICSB staff and any additional information considered by the ICSB.

Fall 2014 Application Timeline

DATE ACTIVITY
TBD The ICSB releases the Request for Proposals.
TBD The Letter of Intent form is due. All applicants are required to complete and submit this non-binding form indicating interest in applying to the ICSB. The forms must be submitted by 12:00 p.m. (NOON) EST.
TBD Proposals are due. All material must be submitted in complete and final form by 12:00 p.m. (NOON) EST.
TBD Applicant capacity interviews are held. Evaluators will interview applicant teams to explore questions and concerns raised by the applications and to assess founding team capacity to implement the proposed program effectively.
TBD Public hearings are held. As required by Indiana law, public hearings will be held to allow for public comment from community members. ICSB staff and Board members attend.
TBD Board meeting is held. ICSB Board members will conduct a final Q&A with each applicant group and make qualification decisions based on recommendations from ICSB staff and any additional information considered by the ICSB.