No. As a policy for receiving funds into Harvard, all proposals must be reviewed and recorded with the proper documentation prior to submission to the sponsor. This will also ensure that Harvard is able to accept funding from this sponsor.
There are common elements of most proposals, including a research plan or project description, budget and budget justification, and biographical sketch(es) of all senior personnel. Each sponsor will have specific guidelines that your sponsored research administrator will help you navigate.
The sponsor my impose certain budgetary restrictions. Typical budget categories are researcher salaries and fringe benefits, travel, materials & supplies, publication costs, and (not to forget) indirect costs. Your sponsored research administrator can provide you with a budget template.