It originated as a series of Sumerian legends and poems in cuneiform script dating back to the early 3rd or late 2nd millenium BCE, which were later gathered into a longer Akkadian poem the most complete version existing today, preserved on 12 clay tablets, dates from the 12th to 10th Century BCE. It also includes the story of a great flood very similar to the story of Noah in "The Bible" and elsewhere. Synopsis Back to Top of Page The story begins with the introduction of Gilgameshking of Uruk, two-thirds god and one-third human, blessed by the gods with strength, courage and beauty, and the strongest and greatest king who ever existed.
How will my application be evaluated? Application Screening Energy Commission staff screens applications per criteria listed in the solicitation materials.
Applicants that do not pass all screening criteria will be disqualified. Potential Reasons for The development of the epic Stage One: The application is not submitted by the specified due date and time.
The application is not signed. The applicant did not address at least one of the eligible funding areas. The application does not follow specified format. The applicant did not discuss the minimum match funding requirement. The project completion date is beyond the specified agreement end date.
The proposal contains confidential material. The applicant has indicated that it will not accept the terms and conditions.
Sample Application Scoring Criteria Technical Merit and Need - justifies the need for the project and EPIC funding, explains how the project will lead to technological breakthroughs and overcome barriers to achieving state goals, and provides a plan for measuring benefits as stated in the project goals.
Technical Approach - describes how tasks will be coordinated among team members, and how the project will be coordinated among the team. Team Qualifications, Capabilities, and Resources - describes the team members' education and experience and demonstrates the applicant's financial ability to complete the project.
Budget and Cost-Effectiveness — assesses whether the budget for this project is reasonable, including non-labor costs. EPIC Funds Spent in California - While there is no minimum amount of funding that must be spent in California, applicants that demonstrate spending 60 percent or more in-state will receive points in this section during the scoring.
Ratio of Direct Labor and Fringe Benefit Rates to Loaded Labor Rates — compares the direct labor rates including fringe benefits to the total loaded rates which include direct labor, fringe benefits and indirect rates such as overhead, General and Administrative or profit.
This criterion is meant to encourage prudent spending of public funds and applicants with higher indirect rates will receive lower scores. Match Funding if applicable — Additional points may be provided to applicants that provide match funding that exceeds the minimum amount specified in the solicitation and that meet other requirements in the solicitation.
In order to pass, proposals must typically achieve at least 70 percent of the total points for all criteria AND at least 70 percent of the total points available for criteria Criteria are used to measure the technical aspects of the project and likelihood of success.
An application scoring less than 70 percent of the total points for these criteria will be rejected. Can my application be rejected? Typically, an application may be rejected by the Energy Commission for the following reasons: The application contains false or misleading statements. The application is intended to mislead the State in its evaluation.
The application does not comply with the solicitation requirements. The application contains confidential information. The applicant is not in compliance with royalty provisions from previous Energy Commission awards.
The applicant has received unsatisfactory evaluations from the Energy Commission or another California state agency.
The applicant has not demonstrated financial capability to complete the project. For a more complete list of reasons why an application may be rejected, applicants should refer to the solicitation documents.That same response will be felt by viewers of “Black Panther,” one of the year's best films, and one that transcends the superhero genre to emerge as an epic .
Support in the development of research projects funded by European Community, Ministry of Economic Development and Italian Regions E-PIC S.r.l. promotes the development of new research projects, increasing customer profitability, thanks also to its scientific, technological and commercial partnerships.
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Workshop Notice & Documents. That same response will be felt by viewers of “Black Panther,” one of the year's best films, and one that transcends the superhero genre to emerge as an epic of operatic proportions.
Too Human is an action role-playing game developed by Canadian developer Silicon Knights and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox in August The game is noted for having remained in development hell for almost ten years, originally planned for release on the Sony PlayStation in Development later went into the Nintendo .