View the Checklist for Submitting a Letter of Intent - Smart Infrastructure Challenge
Checklist for submitting your letter of intent –
Name your Team and/or project
Define the geographical region covered by your team
Create a brief overview of initial project vision and plan
Establish your team’s point of contact
Gather a list of initial team members and their contact information (Name, title, organization, email, phone number)
Suggested team composition includes regional council of governments, local, county and state governments, as well as academic, industry and NGO partners
Submit using one of the submission options below –
Email as an attachment to email@example.com
Complete online form at smartregions.org/letter-of-intent
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