(B) Information to be provided in the proposal shall be consistent with the request for proposal issued by the board and shall at minimum include the following:
(1) Specifics as to how the requested grant funds will allow the nurse education program to increase its enrollment capacity and the specific role to be played by the health care facility, community health agency, or other education program with which it has entered a partnership;
(2) The name of the administrator of the program employed by, or under contract with, the nurse education program who will be principally responsible for the grant and his or her academic and professional credentials;
(3) A projection of the amount that the nurse education program's enrollment capacity will be increased as a result of the grant;
(4) A detailed description of how the proposal is consistent with the standards for nurse education programs set forth in Chapter 4723-5 of the Administrative Code;
(5) Any faculty or instructional personnel positions to be supported with funds from the grant and how they will directly contribute to increasing the enrollment capacity of the nurse education program;
(6) Type and uses of any equipment requested to be leased or purchased with funds from the grant and how it will directly contribute to increasing the enrollment capacity of the nurse education program;
(7) If an applicant is a postlicensure nursing education program, how it will increase the number of faculty and instructional personnel to serve as educators in nurse education programs;
(8) How the program will maintain the increased enrollment capacity in a nurse education program following conclusion of the grant funding cycle;
(9) Other sources of funding, if any, that will be used to support efforts by the nurse education program and its partnership to increase the enrollment capacity of the program; and
(10) How grant funds will be accounted for separately from other sources of funding received by the nurse education program.
(C) Grant proposals that are received by the board after the proposal deadline date will not be considered for funding during the grant cycle for which they were submitted. A nurse education program submitting a late proposal may resubmit a grant request in a subsequent grant cycle according to standards set forth in the subsequent request for proposals.