If you are sending in a hard copy paper version of your CV then make sure it if the original and not a photocopy. Copies are not as clear as originals and can be much harder to scan, resulting in vital keywords of yours can be missed or left out.
Many professional portfolios are constructed with the resume or vita in the back. If you chose to put your resume/vita in the back of your portfolio, you should put some identifying information (your name!) in the front of the portfolio, and you should turn in another copy of your resume/vita with the required materials that accompany your portfolio.
The Difference Between a Resume and a Curriculum Vitae