Writing a Budget Justification
Most sponsors require you to submit a budget justification (sometimes also called a budget narrative) in addition to an itemized budget. This allows you to explain the need for each line item in the budget, as well as show the breakdown of calculations used to arrive at the amount in each line of the budget.
Click here for an example of a budget justification (PDF) that you may want to use as a general outline of what to include in your budget justification.
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