State Government

Title Due Date Maximum Award Amount Description
Cancer Prevention and Control Clinical Trials Planning Grant Program (U34 Clinical Trials Optional) $600,000.00

The purpose of this FOA is to facilitate well planned clinical trials across the cancer prevention and control spectrum aimed at improving prevention/ interception, cancer-related health behaviors, screening, early detection, healthcare delivery, management of treatment-related symptoms, supportive care, and the long-term outcomes of cancer survivors. Although the scientific literature or preliminary data may provide the rationale for conducting a clinical trial, investigators often lack critical information about the study population, accrual challenges, intervention, outcome/ endpoints, data/statistical challenges or operational risks necessary to finalize the trial protocol completely. These information gaps can result in multiple protocol changes before and after trial start-up, leading to the need for additional time and expenses that may prevent study completion. Further, the suitability and feasibility of new trial designs, which minimize infrastructure and reduce costs may need to be tested in the context of a particular intervention, at-risk group, symptom or venue. Preparatory studies may fill information gaps and address unknowns, improving trial design and knowledge of trial feasibility and thus saving NCI time and money.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341389
Brookwood-Sago Mine Safety Grants $1,000,000.00

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL or the Department, or we), Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), is making up to $1,000,000 available in grant funds for education and training programs to help the mining community identify, avoid, and prevent unsafe and unhealthy working conditions in and around mines. The focus of these grants for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 will be on: occupational hazards caused by exposures to respirable dust and crystalline silica, powered haulage and mobile equipment safety, mine emergency preparedness, mine rescue, electrical safety, contract and customer truck drivers, improving training for new and inexperienced miners (including managers and supervisors performing mining tasks), pillar safety for underground mines, falls from heights, and other programs to ensure the safety and health of miners. MSHA is interested in supporting programs emphasizing training on miners’ statutory rights, including the right to be provided a safe working environment, to refuse an unsafe task, and to have a voice in the safety and health conditions at the mine. MSHA shall give special emphasis to programs and materials that target smaller mines and underserved mines and miners in the mining industry, and prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion. Applicants for the grants may be states, territories, and tribal governments (this includes the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and Federally recognized tribes) and private or public nonprofit entities (this includes tribal organizations, Alaska Native entities, Indian-controlled organizations serving Native Americans and Native Hawaiians). MSHA could award as many as 20 grants. The minimum amount of each individual grant will be at least $50,000 and the maximum amount will be up to $1,000,000. This notice contains all the necessary information for a grant application.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341369
Cancer Prevention and Control Clinical Trials Planning Grant Program (R34 Clinical Trials Optional) $600,000.00

The purpose of this FOA is to facilitate well planned clinical trials across the cancer prevention and control spectrum aimed at improving prevention/ interception, cancer-related health behaviors, screening, early detection, healthcare delivery, management of treatment-related symptoms, supportive care, and the long-term outcomes of cancer survivors. Although the scientific literature or preliminary data may provide the rationale for conducting a clinical trial, investigators often lack critical information about the study population, accrual challenges, intervention, outcome/ endpoints, data/statistical challenges or operational risks necessary to finalize the trial protocol completely. These information gaps can result in multiple protocol changes before and after trial start-up, leading to the need for additional time and expenses that may prevent study completion. Further, the suitability and feasibility of new trial designs, which minimize infrastructure and reduce costs may need to be tested in the context of a particular intervention, at-risk group, symptom or venue. Preparatory studies may fill information gaps and address unknowns, improving trial design and knowledge of trial feasibility and thus saving NCI time and money.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341374
Development of Fiscal Year 2023 Commercial Vehicle Safety Plans $49,000,000.00

The Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP) is a Federal formula grant program that provides financial assistance to States to reduce the number and severity of crashes, injuries and fatalities and hazardous material incidents involving commercial motor vehicles.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341353
Continuum of Care Supplemental to Address Unsheltered and Rural Homelessness $60,000,000.00

The Continuum of Care (CoC) Program (24 CFR part 578) is designed to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; to provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, states, and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing or attempting to flee domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness; to promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless individuals and families; and to optimize self-sufficiency among those experiencing homelessness. This Special NOFO to Address Unsheltered and Rural Homelessness (Special NOFO) is designed to provide new funds dedicated to serving highly vulnerable individuals and families with histories of unsheltered homelessness.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341301
Wisconsin Wetland Restoration and Management Assistance $800,000.00

Notice of Funding Opportunity Summary The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Wisconsin is requesting proposals to provide administration of restoration contracts on NRCS easements. The awardee will be responsible for assisting NRCS and landowners by providing assistance to implement plans to restore, maintain, repair, or enhance land enrolled in easement programs. In this announcement, all these activities are considered restoration. In Wisconsin, NRCS administers these easement programs with land restoration components: · Agricultural Conservation Easement Program - Wetland Reserve Easements · Regional Conservation Partnership Program Proposals are requested for consideration of cooperative agreements with a period of performance not to exceed five years. For new users of Grants.gov, see Section D. for information about steps required before submitting an application via Grants.gov. Key Dates Applicants must submit their applications via Grants.gov by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on July 14, 2022. For technical issues with Grants.gov, contact Grants.gov Applicant Support at 1-800-518-4726 or support@grants.gov. Awarding agency staff cannot support applicants regarding Grants.gov accounts. For inquiries specific to the content of the NFO requirements, contact the federal awarding agency contact (section G of this NFO). Please limit questions to those regarding specific information contained in this NFO (such as dates, page numbers, clarification of discrepancies, etc.). Questions related to eligibility or the merits of a specific proposal will not be addressed. The agency anticipates making selections by July 22, 2022 and expects to execute awards by September 30, 2022. These dates are estimates and are subject to change. Federal Funding Floor and Ceiling Amounts The estimated funding floor for this opportunity is $100,000 and the estimated funding ceiling is $800,000. The funding floor means the minimum agreement funding amount for the Federal share per agreement awarded. The ceiling is the maximum agreement funding amount for the Federal share per agreement awarded. These numbers refer to the total agreement amount, not any specific budget period. Federal Financial Assistance Training The funding available through this NFO is Federal financial assistance. Grants 101 Training is highly recommended for those seeking knowledge about Federal financial assistance. The training is free and available to the public via https://www.cfo.gov/grants-training/. It consists of five modules covering each of the following topics: 1) laws, regulations, and guidance; 2) financial assistance mechanisms; 3) uniform guidance administrative requirements; 4) cost principles; and 5) risk management and single audit. FPAC agencies also apply Federal financial assistance regulations to certain non-assistance awards (e.g., non-assistance cooperative agreements).

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341290
Lead Hazard Reduction Grant Program $8,000,000.00

The purpose of the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction (LHR) grant program is to maximize the number of children under the age of six protected from lead poisoning by assisting states, cities, counties/parishes, Native American Tribes or other units of local government in undertaking comprehensive programs to identify and control lead-based paint hazards in eligible privately-owned rental or owner-occupied housing populations. In addition, there is Healthy Homes Supplemental funding available that is intended to enhance the lead based paint hazard control activities by comprehensively identifying and addressing other housing hazards that affect occupant health.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341222
Lead and Healthy Homes Technical Studies (LHHTS) Grant Program Pre- and Full Application $1,000,000.00

HUD is funding studies to improve HUD's and the public's knowledge of housing-related health and safety hazards and to improve or develop new hazard assessment and control methods, with a focus on lead and other key residential health and safety hazards. HUD is especially interested in applications that will advance our knowledge on priority healthy homes issues by addressing important gaps in the science related to the accurate and efficient identification of hazards and the implementation of cost-effective hazard mitigation. This includes studies using implementation sciences in identifying specific conditions under which proven residential environmental hazard interventions in targeted housing types and residential settings can be sustained to improve intervention efficiency and efficacy.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341221
FY 2022 CARES Act Economic Recovery Corps and Equity Impact Investments NOFO $30,000,000.00

This NOFO funds two distinct programs, both of which are described in more detail below, and designed to support underserved communities and populations across the country in developing successful economic development plans and projects: 1) the Economic Recovery Corps Fellows program and 2) the Equity Impact Investments program. The Economic Recovery Corps program will add staff resources to local organizations focused on improving economic resilience and competitiveness in distressed regions across the country. EDA is seeking applications from eligible parties to create and launch a nationwide network of Economic Recovery Corps Fellows (Fellows) to help regions recover from the coronavirus pandemic by providing supplemental staff resources (i.e., Fellows) to economic development capacity-building organizations to increase their ability to effectively engage in local and regional economic development. Eligible applicants should consider strategies to build and form a national initiative that will place and coordinate Fellows across America to support two key activities: Technical Assistance – enable communities to access funding and participate in economic development programs and initiatives through preparation, training, and implementation assistance Knowledge and Insights – study, organize, and disseminate information, data, and analysis to accelerate the adoption of future-focused economic development principles and practices The Equity Impact Investments program will provide technical assistance to enable organizations serving underserved populations and communities to participate in economic development planning and projects. Under the Equity Impact Investments Program, EDA is hoping to make one national award and is seeking applications from eligible parties to coordinate organizations with a proven track record of effectively working with, conducting outreach to and delivering outcomes for underserved populations and communities to improve equity outcomes for both future and current EDA grantees. EDA seeks proposals that will drive the equity outcomes of economic development work through a suite of technical assistance and coordination activities. Applicants should be well-versed in how to build and implement successful economic development plans that deliver tangible results. Applicants should leverage this expertise, along with a strong network of local and regional economic and community development organizations, to effectively bring organizations that serve underserved populations and communities into local economic development projects and plans.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341163
F23AS00378 - FY 2023 - Sportfishing and Boating Safety Act - BIG Tier 2 $1,500,000.00

Recreational boating is a popular activity; there are approximately 11.8 million registered motor boats in the United States. Of this total, an estimated 584,000 are at least 26 feet long. The Sportfishing and Boating Safety Act of 1998 (Public Law 105-178)established the Boating Infrastructure Grants (BIG) Program (16 U.S.C. 777g-1) to provide funding to the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands, and the territories of Guam, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands (States) for the construction, renovation and maintenance of boating infrastructure facilities for transient recreational vessels at least 26 feet long that are operated, leased, rented, or chartered primarily for pleasure. The Act amended the Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration Act (16 U.S.C. 777). Subsequent reauthorizations of the Act allow expenditures from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund and the continuation of the BIG Program. Boating infrastructure means the structures, equipment, accessories, and services that are necessary or desirable for a facility to accommodate eligible vessels. Transient vessels are those passing through or by a place, staying up to 15 days. Projects completed using BIG funds must provide public access, but may be publicly or privately owned. This package is the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 BIG Tier 2 National grants.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=341167