Board Approvals for Grants

For Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS) grants: Grants of over two (2) million dollars require the affirmative vote (by email) of a majority of the FPOS Board before the grant can be

For Open Society Institute (OSI) grants: Grants of over two (2) million dollars require the affirmative vote of the full OSI Board (note: this is not the OSF “Global Board”) before the grant can be awarded. GM staff should contact the General Counsel’s office, who will coordinate the

For Alliance for Open Society International (AOSI) grants: All AOSI grants that are not OSI-Baltimore grants require approval from the AOSI Board.

For Open Society Institute-Baltimore grants: The Director of OSI-Baltimore has grant approval authority for grants up to 250,000 USD. In practice, almost all OSI-Baltimore grants are approved by the OSI-Baltimore Board at their regular meetings. Once a copy of the signed agenda for the meeting is received by the Grants Officer, the grant can be manually approved in Foundation

For Open Society Policy Center (OSPC) grants: The OSPC board must unanimously approve (by email) any grant over 250,000 USD. Grants under that amount can be approved by the Director

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Joe Behaylo

Some paragraphs are cut off mid-sentence.

How are board approvals handled in FC?

What about OSIEA approvals?

Other NRF approvals in FC (Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan)

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