Grant

small icon
Grant icon
Title Due Date Maximum Award Amount Description
FAS International Internship Program $304,000.00

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Foreign Agricultural Services (FAS), will support placement of eligible graduate students with USDA offices overseas, to assist with representing U.S. agricultural interests and increasing trade abroad.BACKGROUNDThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) is the foreign affairs arm of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). FAS links U.S. agriculture to the world to enhance export opportunities and global food security for the expansion and growth of U.S. farmers and ranchers. In addition to its Washington, D.C. staff, FAS has a global network of 92 offices covering approximately 175 countries. These offices are staffed by agricultural attachés and locally hired agricultural experts who are the eyes, ears, and voices for U.S. agriculture around the world. FAS staff identify problems, provide practical solutions, and work to advance opportunities for U.S. agriculture and support U.S. foreign policy around the globe.SCOPEIn support of teaching and research in the agricultural sciences, FAS seeks to support the placement of graduate students in USDA offices overseas, to work on assignments related to agricultural analysis, and to enhance trade linkages between eligible countries and agricultural interests in the United States. USDA anticipates an eight (8) week assignment for participants to gain knowledge, skills and abilities at assigned overseas offices, during the summer timeframe.The recipient will manage the IIP for eligible participants, i.e. graduate students or recent graduates with studies in economics, analytics, or related fields. A complete set of expectations for such management is described in Section F, and should be reviewed carefully.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341563
Veterans Legacy Grant Program $500,000.00

Funding is interdisciplinary and not restricted according to academic focus or specialization. Eligible applicants are institutions of higher learning, educational institutions, local educational agencies, State educational agencies, or non-profits. Successful applications will: 1. Meet the mission of VLGP to commemorate our Nation’s Veterans and Service members through the discovery and sharing of their stories. VLGP encourages students and teachers at the K-12 levels and universities around the country to immerse themselves in the rich historical resources found within one or more of VA’s 155 national cemeteries or one or more of the 119 VA grant-funded State, Territorial, or Tribal Veterans cemeteries. 2. Include a study of Veterans or Service members interred in one of VA’s national cemeteries or in one of the VA grant-funded State, Territorial, or Tribal cemeteries. 3. Foster engagement in the communities surrounding one or several of these cemeteries. 4. Tell the stories of those interred in these cemeteries with a focus on underrepresented Veterans or Service members, to include, but not limited to, Veterans or Service members underrepresented by race, ethnicity, or identity as well as Veterans or Service members from our LGBTQ+ community, from any period of American history. B. Priorities: Competitive Preference Priorities (CPP) for fiscal year (FY) 2022 and any subsequent year in which we make awards from the list of applications from this annual competition, VA will prioritize applications that align with specific VLGP initiatives, which will be noted as CPPs. We will award up to an additional three points to an application if the application meets one or more of the following CPPs, described in a one-page abstract submitted with the application and listed on the VLGP Profile Form: 1. Successfully showcasing Veterans or Service members interred in these cemeteries with a focus on underrepresented Veterans or Service members, to include, but not limited to, Veterans or Service members underrepresented by race, ethnicity, identity, as well as Veterans or Service members from our LGBTQ+ community, from any period of American history. 2. Creatively highlighting interred Veterans and Service members who have never been studied or researched in previous VLGP project proposals. 3. Maximizing the use of best practices in digital scholarship, pedagogy, scholarly communication and digital public engagement. New CPPs will be outlined in each NOFA each FY it is announced. Note: If applicants wish to be considered for CPP points, applicants must include, in a one-page abstract submitted with the application, a statement

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341566
Annual Program Statement – Public Diplomacy Small Grants $25,000.00

Public Diplomacy (PD), at the U.S. Consulate General Mumbai is pleased to announce a funding opportunity through its Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program. This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) outlines strategic themes of interest and procedures for submitting requests for funding. This funding opportunity invites project proposals in five areas: U.S.-India economic ties, U.S.-India education ties, equity and inclusion, climate change, and media/journalism. While a proposal may address multiple objectives, each proposal should clearly articulate how the project advances at least one of the objectives. Topics and objectives 1. Increasing India’s Role in Regional and Global Supply Chains 2. Strengthen U.S.-India Education Ties 3. Promote Equity and Inclusion 4. Address Climate Change 5. Support a Free and Fair Media Environment (Please refer the full announcement available in related documents Tab)

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341555
Bioproduct Pilot Program $5,000,000.00

The Bioproduct Pilot Program seeks to study the benefits of using materials derived from covered agricultural commodities for manufacture of construction and consumer products.This program directs the USDA to partner with no less than one qualified institution to support the scale-up of sustainable bioproduct manufacturing, with the goal of providing a low-cost alternative to conventional products.Additional details are provided in the RFA.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341553
NIDA Program Project Grant Applications (P01 Clinical Trial Optional) Varies

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) announces the availability of support for collaborative research by multi-disciplinary teams which is of high priority to NIDA and leads to synergistic outcomes based on the synthesis of multiple research approaches. The NIDA Program Projects funding opportunity will support research in which the funding of three or more highly meritorious projects as a group enriches both the component projects and the overall program to offer significant scientific advantages over supporting the same projects as individual research grants (i.e., synergy). For the duration of the award, each Program must consist of a minimum of three research projects focused on issues critical to advance the mission and goals of NIDA.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341558
FY2023 Department of the Navy (DoN) Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) Program $450,000.00

The Department of Navy (DoN) Historically Black Colleges and Universities/Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) Program aims to increase the quantity and quality of minority professionals in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in the defense community. Research conducted at Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) for the DoN HBCU/MI Program:Enhances the research and educational capabilities of HBCU/MIs in scientific and engineering disciplines critical to the defense mission of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps,Encourages cross-institutional, collaborative efforts that explore innovative solutions to naval science and technology (S&T) challenges, andIncreases the engagement of students, including underrepresented minorities, in STEM fields important to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.This FOA is executed under policy and guidance of the DoN HBCU/MI Program and is administered by the Office of Naval Research (ONR). Competitive white papers and full invited proposals submitted to this FOA must clearly and succinctly describe efforts that advance basic naval-relevant S&T, engage faculty and students in STEM discovery, and expand the research capacity of participant institutions.The technical content of any proposed effort must contribute to the S&T mission and vision of the DoN and must align with the Naval Research Development Framework.See full text announcement for more information.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341556
ROSES 2022: Heliophysics Citizen Science Investigations Varies

The close date above is the date for the Step-1 proposal submission. See the solicitation for the Step-2 due date. Step-2 proposals cannot be submitted if a Step-1 proposal was not submitted. Proposers must retrieve the instructions document (zip file) associated with the application package for this opportunity as there is at least one required form that must be attached to the submitted proposal package. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Mission Directorate (SMD) released its annual omnibus Research Announcement (NRA), Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) – 2022 (OMB Approval Number 2700-0092, CFDA Number 43.001) on February 14, 2022. In this case "omnibus" means that this NRA has many individual program elements, each with its own due dates and topics. All together these cover the wide range of basic and applied supporting research and technology in space and Earth sciences supported by SMD. Awards will be made as grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, and inter- or intra-agency transfers, depending on the nature of the work proposed, the proposing organization, and/or program requirements. However, most extramural research awards deriving from ROSES will be grants, and many program elements of ROSES specifically exclude contracts, because contracts would not be appropriate for the nature of the work solicited. The typical period of performance for an award is three years, but some programs may allow up to five years and others specify shorter periods. In most cases, organizations of every type, Government and private, for profit and not-for-profit, domestic and foreign (with some caveats), may submit proposals without restriction on teaming arrangements. Tables listing the program elements and due dates, the full text of the ROSES-2022 solicitation, and the "Summary of Solicitation" as a stand-alone document, may all be found NSPIRES at http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022. This synopsis is associated with one of the individual program elements within ROSES, but this is a generic summary that is posted for all ROSES elements. For specific information on this particular program element download and read the PDF of the text of this program element by going to Tables 2 or 3 of this NRA at http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022table2 and http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022table3, respectively, click the title of the program element of interest, a hypertext link will take you to a page for that particular program element. On that page, on the right side under "Announcement Documents" the link on the bottom will be to the PDF of the text of the call for proposals. For example, if one were interested in The Lunar Data Analysis Program (NNH22ZDA001N-LDAP) one would follow the link to the NSPIRES page for that program element and then to read the text of the call one would click on “C.8 Lunar Data Analysis (.PDF)” to download the text of the call. If one wanted to set it into the context of the goals, objectives and know the default rules for all elements within Appendix C, the planetary science division, one might download and read “C.1 Planetary Science Research Program Overview (.PDF)” from that same page. While the letters and numbers are different for each element within ROSES (A.12, B.7, etc.) the basic configuration is always the same, e.g., the letter indicates the Science Division (A is Earth Science, B is Heliophysics etc.) and whatever the letter, #1 is always the division overview. Frequently asked questions for ROSES are posted at http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/faqs. Questions concerning general ROSES-2022 policies and procedures may be directed to Max Bernstein, Lead for Research, Science Mission Directorate, at sara@nasa.gov, but technical questions concerning specific program elements should be directed to the point(s) of contact for that particular element, who may be found either at the end of the individual program element in the summary table of key information or on the web list of topics and points of contact at: http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/program-officers-list. Not all program elements are known at the time of the release of ROSES. To be informed of new program elements or amendments to this NRA, proposers may subscribe to: (1) The SMD mailing lists (by logging in at http://nspires.nasaprs.com and checking the appropriate boxes under "Account Management" and "Email Subscriptions"), (2) The ROSES-2022 RSS feed for amendments, clarifications, and corrections to at http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/grant-solicitations/ROSES-2022, and (3) The ROSES-2022 due date Google calendars (one for each science division). Instructions are at https://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/library-and-useful-links (link from the words due date calendar).

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341557
Cultural Programs $30,000.00

Please refer to the Annual Program Statement document in https://cr.usembassy.gov/ or request it in PAgrantapplications@state.gov PD San Jose invites proposals for cultural programs that promote diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility for FY2022 that strengthen people-to-people ties between the U.S. and Costa Rica through cultural and exchange programming that highlights shared values and promotes cooperation. All programs must include an U.S. cultural element, or connection with American expert/s, organization/s, or institution/s in a specific field that will promote increased understanding of U.S. policy, perspectives, history, culture, or values. Priority Program Areas Arts and Cultural Programs: Programs that foster cultural exchange and the promotion of shared values, reaching a broad public audience through festivals and other arts or cultural events. Sports Diplomacy: Programs that foster the promotion of shared values, inclusion, and equity through sports. · Diversity and Inclusion: Programs that promote equal rights and opportunities for immigrants, LGBTI individuals, people with disabilities, indigenous communities, and racial minorities. Target Audiences in Costa Rica Communities that are home to immigrant or migrant populations, Afro-descendant populations, Indigenous communities, LGBTQI+ communities, High school/university students, Communities outside the San Jose Metropolitan Region Activities that may be funded include, but are not limited to Speaking tours/public talks by U.S. experts, Activities that foster long-term collaboration between U.S. and Costa Rican institutions, Cultural heritage conservation, education, and preservation programs, Artistic and cultural workshops, joint performances, and exhibitions, Sports diplomacy programs. The following types of programs are not eligible for funding: Programs relating to partisan political activity; Charitable, humanitarian, social welfare, or development activities, Construction projects; Programs that support specific religious activities; Fund-raising campaigns; Lobbying for specific legislation or programs, Scientific research; Programs intended primarily for the growth or institutional development of the organization; Programs that duplicate existing programs; International travel, unless specifically justified within the proposal COVID-19 Special Announcement to All Potential Applicants: In light of the restrictive travel and public gathering environments caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy in San Jose expects interested applicants to submit proposals that include a virtual programming option. Depending upon the public health restrictions in force at the time the program takes place, applicants should have plans to execute in-person, hybrid, or virtual programming in compliance with COVID health and safety guidelines issued by the Government of Costa Rica. Please reflect these options in the budget submitted. As always, submitted budgets are subject to negotiation and approval by the Grants Officer before finalizing any grant award.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341546
ROSES 2022: A.29 Earth Science Research from Operational Geostationary Satellite Systems Varies

Please note that this program requests optional Notices of Intent, which are due via NSPIRES by August 2, 2022. See the full posting on NSPIRES for details. Proposers must retrieve the instructions document (zip file) associated with the application package for this opportunity as there is at least one required form that must be attached to the submitted proposal package. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Mission Directorate (SMD) released its annual omnibus Research Announcement (NRA), Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) – 2022 (OMB Approval Number 2700-0092, CFDA Number 43.001) on February 14, 2022. In this case "omnibus" means that this NRA has many individual program elements, each with its own due dates and topics. All together these cover the wide range of basic and applied supporting research and technology in space and Earth sciences supported by SMD. Awards will be made as grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, and inter- or intra-agency transfers, depending on the nature of the work proposed, the proposing organization, and/or program requirements. However, most extramural research awards deriving from ROSES will be grants, and many program elements of ROSES specifically exclude contracts, because contracts would not be appropriate for the nature of the work solicited. The typical period of performance for an award is three years, but some programs may allow up to five years and others specify shorter periods. In most cases, organizations of every type, Government and private, for profit and not-for-profit, domestic and foreign (with some caveats), may submit proposals without restriction on teaming arrangements. Tables listing the program elements and due dates, the full text of the ROSES-2022 solicitation, and the "Summary of Solicitation" as a stand-alone document, may all be found NSPIRES at http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022. This synopsis is associated with one of the individual program elements within ROSES, but this is a generic summary that is posted for all ROSES elements. For specific information on this particular program element download and read the PDF of the text of this program element by going to Tables 2 or 3 of this NRA at http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022table2 and http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2022table3, respectively, click the title of the program element of interest, a hypertext link will take you to a page for that particular program element. On that page, on the right side under "Announcement Documents" the link on the bottom will be to the PDF of the text of the call for proposals. For example, if one were interested in The Lunar Data Analysis Program (NNH22ZDA001N-LDAP) one would follow the link to the NSPIRES page for that program element and then to read the text of the call one would click on “C.8 Lunar Data Analysis (.PDF)” to download the text of the call. If one wanted to set it into the context of the goals, objectives and know the default rules for all elements within Appendix C, the planetary science division, one might download and read “C.1 Planetary Science Research Program Overview (.PDF)” from that same page. While the letters and numbers are different for each element within ROSES (A.12, B.7, etc.) the basic configuration is always the same, e.g., the letter indicates the Science Division (A is Earth Science, B is Heliophysics etc.) and whatever the letter, #1 is always the division overview. Frequently asked questions for ROSES are posted at http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/faqs. Questions concerning general ROSES-2022 policies and procedures may be directed to Max Bernstein, Lead for Research, Science Mission Directorate, at sara@nasa.gov, but technical questions concerning specific program elements should be directed to the point(s) of contact for that particular element, who may be found either at the end of the individual program element in the summary table of key information or on the web list of topics and points of contact at: http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/program-officers-list. Not all program elements are known at the time of the release of ROSES. To be informed of new program elements or amendments to this NRA, proposers may subscribe to: (1) The SMD mailing lists (by logging in at http://nspires.nasaprs.com and checking the appropriate boxes under "Account Management" and "Email Subscriptions"), (2) The ROSES-2022 RSS feed for amendments, clarifications, and corrections to at http://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/grant-solicitations/ROSES-2022, and (3) The ROSES-2022 due date Google calendars (one for each science division). Instructions are at https://science.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/library-and-useful-links (link from the words due date calendar).

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341544
Case Management Pilot Program $5,000,000.00

The Case Management Pilot Program (CMPP) makes funds available to local governments and/or nonprofits to provide voluntary case management and other services to noncitizens in immigration removal proceedings. CMPP funds will be awarded to eligible subrecipients through the CMPP National Board, chaired by the Officer for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. The CMPP National Board is charged with awarding funds to eligible local governments and nonprofit organizations and managing the pilot program.CMPP services are to be made available to non-detained noncitizens in immigration removal proceedings, including those enrolled in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Alternatives to Detention (ATD), in geographic locations served by the CMPP. CMPP service providers will provide case management services including but not limited to: mental health services; human and sex trafficking screening; legal orientation programs; cultural orientation programs; connections to social services; and for individuals who will be removed, reintegration services. Connection to a range of services that CMPP participants identify as a priority could include access to counsel, affordable housing, childcare, transportation, healthcare, schooling, language classes, and orientation. CMPP makes funds available to local governments and/or nonprofits to provide case management and culturally, trauma-informed, and linguistically responsive services to noncitizens in immigration removal proceedings who affirmatively volunteer to participate in the program. CMPP funds will be awarded to eligible sub-recipients through the Board. The Board is charged with awarding funds to eligible local governments and nonprofit organizations and managing the pilot program.The CMPP aligns with the 2020-2024 DHS Strategic Plan through pursuing Goal 2.3, Enforce U.S. Immigration Laws. Specifically, the CMPP will help the Department achieve the associated desired outcome: "Enforce immigration laws throughout the United States in a manner that upholds the rule of law, American values, and national security."

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341541