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Semester 2014A Important Dates
Key dates and events in the proposal process are shown below. The Phase I and Phase II deadlines are highlighted.
|26 September to 2 October 2013 (varies with partner)||Proposal deadline||Proposals received by National Gemini Offices (NGOs).|
|Early November (set by partner)||NTAC meetings||Scientific assessments by each Gemini partner ("National
|7 to 13 November 2013
||E-transmission||Electronic transmission of proposals to Gemini from NTACs.|
|21 November 2013
||ITAC||International Time Allocation Committee meets to resolve issues and recommend programs.
|27 November 2013
||Final queue/schedule, and ITAC & Gemini feedback to NGOs||After approval by Gemini Director.|
| 5 December 2013
||14A schedule and Phase IIs available||2014A OT templates available to PIs.
|2 January 2014
||Phase II reviews start||The response time is 7 days for checking by NGOs (from "For Review") and by Gemini CSs (from "For Activation").
|16 January 2014
||Phase II deadline||PI deadline for submission of completed Phase II Programs to National Offices
(earlier submission is encouraged).
|30 January 2014
||"For Activation" deadline||
NGO deadline for submission of completed Phase II Programs to Gemini.
|1 February 2014||Start of semester 2014A||2014A programs may be observed earlier to fill queue nights.|