ALF Board is Going Paperless
Friday, November 16, 2012
The Alberta Law Foundation is moving toward a paperless grant application process, beginning with applications to be submitted for the February 4, 2013 Board meeting. ALF Directors will only receive a digital version of the application which they will view and work with from a laptop or tablet device. To facilitate this, we are revising the ALF grant application documents so that applications will be shorter, more consistent and will include only the information that the Directors need to assess the merits of the application. For applicants, our aim is to make the grant application process easier to follow and less paper intensive, and to reduce the time required to assemble and deliver the final application.
New application documents and instructions are expected to be available by December 1, 2012. We welcome your feedback on the revised grant application process as it unfolds.
For more information see the ALF Bulletin 2012-1.