What happens once a proposal is submitted? How are funded proposals selected?

What happens once a proposal is submitted? How are funded proposals selected?Funders apply a variety of strategies to selected the proposals they are going to fund, including using scoring matrices, internal reviewstaff, external reviewere, and members of their boards.Public funders use a different system than private fuhnders. Federal grants, for example, provide scoring criteria and include point valuesfor those criteria. Private funhders have greater flexibility and may even require all members of their board of trustees to haveconsversations about the applications.Their decision-making process may seem more “personal” and could include back and forth communication with the applicant.Look at any review process information included with your RFP will include the paper with my RFP for bullying in schools K-12.Address the following in the discussion post;An outline of the review process of the funding soure RFP you selectedWhat criteria are used?What do you see as the benefits and challenges of this review process?How can you use this understanding to better prepare your proposal?Be sure to support your analysis and conclusions with citations and references in APA format fro the Learning ResourcesRead Chapter 19-22 pp.224-321 find the book in the module include in the upload.