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Title Due Date Maximum Award Amount Description
Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program (DDETFP) Graduate Fellowship $35,500.00

The DDETFP Graduate Fellowship provides funding for students to pursue master’s or doctoral degrees in transportation-related disciplines. The goals of these Grants are to 1) attract the Nation's brightest minds to the field of transportation, 2) enhance the careers of transportation professionals by encouraging them to seek advanced degrees, and 3) bring and retain top talent in the transportation industry of the U.S. NOTE: "RELATED DOCUMENTS" tab includes full NOFO, attachment, and application instructions for applying through TFICS.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340989
Of the People: Widening the Path: Community Collections Grant to Individuals $50,000.00

Through a gift from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Library will support a multiyear initiative that entails public participation in the creation of archival collections. Specifically, the Library of Congress seeks to award grants to support contemporary cultural documentation focusing on the culture and traditions of diverse, often underrepresented communities in the United States. These projects will result in archival collections preserved at the American Folklife Center and made accessible through the Library of Congress’ website. The major goals of this grant program are to enable communities to document their cultural traditions, practices, and experiences from their own perspectives, while enhancing the Library’s holdings with materials featuring creativity and knowledge found at the local level. As such, successful proposals will come from applicants within or closely affiliated with the community they propose to document. Funding through these grants can be used to cover travel, equipment rental or purchase, and other expenses associated with cultural documentation fieldwork. American Folklife Center folklorists and archivists can assist successful applicants in providing support for specific aspects of cultural documentation activities, such as sharing expertise or training in fieldwork methods, archival practices, and associated digital technologies.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340826
FY22 Scale-Up of Integrated Biorefineries and Greenhouse Gas Reduction in First Generation Ethanol Production (Scale-Up+) $100,000,000.00

DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) develops technologies that convert domestic biomass and waste resources into biofuels, bioproducts, and power to enable affordable energy, economic growth, and innovation in renewable energy and chemicals production. This FOA supports high-impact technology RD&D to accelerate the bioeconomy and, in particular, the production of low-carbon biofuels for the aviation, marine, rail, and long-haul trucking industries. BETO is focusing on applied RD&D to improve the performance and reduce cost of biofuel production technologies and scale-up production systems in partnership with industry. By reducing cost and technical risk, BETO can help pave the way for industry to deploy commercial-scale integrated biorefineries and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from hard-to-decarbonize sectors, such as the aviation industry. Under this funding opportunity, BETO is interested in the following Topic Areas: Topic Area 1: Pre-Pilot Scale-Up of Integrated Biorefineries Topic Area 2: Pilot Scale-Up of Integrated Biorefineries Topic Area 3: Demonstration Scale-Up of Integrated Biorefineries Topic Area 4: Gen-1 Corn Ethanol Emission Reduction Interested parties are directed to visit the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s eXCHANGE system at https://eere-Exchange.energy.gov for the full Funding Opportunity Announcement DE-FOA-0002638. An informational webinar will be held on June 15th, 2022 at 3:00 PM ET. Please note, there are no particular advantages or disadvantages to the application evaluation process with respect to participating in the webinar. Your participation is completely voluntary. Use the following link to access the webinar, registration will not be required. https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_MWYzYzg5YzUtYzg1… Or call in (audio only) +1 443-457-0649,,437390808# Questions regarding the FOA must be submitted to FY22BETOScaleUp@ee.doe.gov. The required Concept Paper due date for this FOA is 07/08/2022 at 5PM ET. The Full Application due date for this FOA is 09/09/2022 at 5PM ET.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340818
Desalination and Water Purification Research Program Pitch to Pilot for Fiscal Year 2022 $200,000.00

The objectives of this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) are to develop innovative and disruptive new technologies or processes to: Reduce the costs, energy requirements, and/or environmental impacts of treating impaired and unusable water to standards necessary for an identified beneficial use. Improve efficiency of water treatment processes—either by improvements to pre-treatment, post-treatment, monitoring, sensors, or other innovative process/technology. Increase effectiveness of reverse osmosis/nanofiltration concentrate management by reducing cost, energy, and/or environmental impacts. Treat brackish groundwater in a less energy-intensive way than current processes and technologies. Address costs, energy usage, and/or environmental impacts of seawater desalination, including intakes and/or outfalls Improve the detection, characterization, monitoring, separation, or destruction of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and other contaminants of concern.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340740
FY23 Saltonstall-Kennedy Competition $300,000.00

The Saltonstall-Kennedy Act established a fund (known as the S-K fund) used by the Secretary of Commerce to provide grants or cooperative agreements for fisheries research and development projects addressing aspects of U.S. fisheries, including, but not limited to, harvesting, processing, marketing, and associated business infrastructures (see section IV, F; Funding Restrictions). Under this authority, grants and cooperative agreements are made on a competitive basis (subject to availability of funding) to assist in carrying out projects to expand domestic and foreign markets related to U.S. commercial and recreational fisheries.The term “fisheries” encompasses wild capture, marine aquaculture and recreational fishing. The objective of the S-K Research and Development Program, referred to throughout this document as the S-K Program, is to address the needs of the fisheries and fishing communities in optimizing economic benefits by building and maintaining sustainable fisheries and practices, dealing with the impacts of conservation and management measures, and increasing other opportunities to use existing infrastructure to support keeping working waterfronts viable. U.S. fisheries include any fishery, commercial or recreational, that is, or may be, engaged in by citizens or nationals of the United States or other eligible applicants.Proposals submitted to this competition must address at least one of the following priorities: Promotion, Development, and Marketing; Science or Technology that Promotes Sustainable U.S. Seafood Production and Harvesting. This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) includes information on application and criteria for research proposals requesting a maximum of$300,000 in Federal funding for up to a two-year period. Matching funds are not required, nor will they be considered during the evaluation process. Awards are anticipated to start no earlier than September 1, 2023.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340525
NRCS Vermont Geospatial Services & Outreach $100,000.00

Notice of Funding Opportunity (NFO) SUMMARY INFORMATION Federal Awarding Agency Name: U.S. Department of Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service Notice of Funding Opportunity Title: NRCS Vermont Geospatial Services & Outreach Notice of Funding Opportunity Number: USDA-NRCS-VT-MULTI-22-NOFO0001173 Assistance Listing: This program is listed in the Assistance Listings on Sam.gov under 10.902 Conservation Technical Assistance Program , 10.912 Environmental Quality Incentive Program, 10.069 Conservation Reserve Program , and 10.924 Conservation Stewardship Program which can be found at: https://www.sam.gov/. SAM is a web-based, government-wide application that collects, validates, stores, and disseminates business information about the federal government's trading partners in support of the contract awards, grants, and electronic payment processes. Notice of Funding Opportunity Summary Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Vermont is requesting applications to provide geospatial services for technical assistance. a. This includes preparation, UAV usage, data download and processing. b. Support the Vermont Association of Conservation Districts and NRCS staff through the development, training and deployment of mobile tools as part of the NRCS Mobile Tool initiative. 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 5, 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 15, 2022 and expects to execute awards by September 15, 2022. These dates are estimates and are subject to change. Federal Funding Floor and Ceiling Amounts The estimated funding floor for this opportunity is $35,000 and the estimated funding ceiling is $100,000. 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=340152
SUSTAINABLE RANGE STUDY -Richardson Training Area, Fort Wainwright and Donnelly Training Area, Alaska $962,898.00

SUSTAINABLE RANGE STUDY - Richardson Training Area, Wainwright and Donnelly Training Area, AlaskaThe purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to provide details of work to be performed by a cooperator in support of the U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK) Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Sustainable Range Program through a cooperative agreement created by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District (USACE) to implement the United States Army Garrison Fort Wainwright (USAG FWA) and Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER) Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans. The primary objectives of this project are to assist Richardson Training Area (RTA), Fort Wainwright (FWA), and Donnelly Training Area (DTA) with the optimal management of training lands, to minimize restrictions to the military mission due to natural and cultural resource related constraints, to protect and enhance biological diversity and ecological health on all USARAK lands, and to ensure compliance with all environmental laws and regulations.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339855
Conservation Innovation Grants State Program $150,000.00

Federal Awarding Agency Name: U.S. Department of Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) Notice of Funding Opportunity Title: Announcement for Program Funding for NRCS’ Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) for Federal fiscal year (FY) 2022 – LOUISIANA Notice of Funding Opportunity Number: USDA-NRCS-LA-CIG-22-NOFO0001208 Assistance Listing: This program is listed in the Assistance Listings on SAM.gov under 10.912, Environmental Quality Incentives Program SAM is a web-based, government-wide application that collects, validates, stores, and disseminates business information about the federal government's trading partners in support of the contract awards, grants, and electronic payment processes. Notice of Funding Opportunity Summary NRCS is announcing the availability of CIG funding to stimulate the development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches and technologies. Applications are accepted from eligible entities for projects carried out in the state of Louisiana. A total of up to $300,000 is available for the Louisiana CIG competition in FY 2022. All non-federal entities (NFE) and individuals are invited to apply, with the sole exception of federal agencies. Projects may be between one and three years in duration. The maximum award amount for a single award in FY 2022 is $150,000. 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 May 27, 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. 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. Applicants are encouraged to visit the Louisiana State CIG website to learn more about the CIG program: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/la/programs/financial/ci… Questions about this announcement can be directed to Dr. Craig Smith, NRCS Louisiana State Conservation Agronomist, at (318) 473-7805, craig.smith2@usda.gov since these applications are related to cropland. The agency anticipates making selections by June 30, 2022 and expects to execute awards by September 15, 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 $150,000. 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=339834
U.S. Mission Turkey Grants Program $75,000.00

U.S. Mission Turkey Grants Program Key Strategic Policy Themes for Mission Turkey’s Grants Program ANK-NOFO-FY-22-03 U.S. Mission Turkey announces its country-wide grants program. Funding is available to support projects that address one or more of the following key bilateral themes below. The audiences for these programs are Turkish nationals. Support Shared Security Projects for consideration in this category should support and advance cooperation between the United States and Turkey in efforts to promote cooperation in NATO and other multilateral security organizations, cybersecurity, and the role of women in peace and security, counter terrorism, address transnational crime, and increase cooperation in the eastern Mediterranean. Strengthen Economic Prosperity, Promote Innovation, Foster Entrepreneurship, and Improve the Digital Economy Proposals in this category may include, but are not limited to, entrepreneurship training; small-and-medium enterprise (SME) planning; teaching marketing and outreach techniques; fostering research and development/innovation; and advancing awareness of and adherence to labor rights and laws. Proposals are welcome that strengthen the open and dynamic digital economy and that highlight sectors with growth potential such as local tourism/hospitality, value-added agrobusiness, innovative agricultural technology/practices, and inclusive financial services. These projects could include the utilization of cloud-based technology to meet local needs, training on the importance of the free flow of data, and improving the data literacy of citizens to take advantage of publicly-available information. Proposals are welcome to increase cooperation between U.S. and Turkish scientists and industry, particularly in the fields of agricultural technology innovation, green technology applications, combatting climate change, developing the blue economy, and efforts to address Covid-19. Proposals that partner with U.S. private sector firms to strengthen business-to-business relationships and those that harness the Turkish-American diaspora’s knowledge, experience, and investment resources to spur growth in economically disadvantaged regions across Turkey are welcome. Reinforce Democratic Values Proposals in this area should reinforce respect for international human rights norms within Turkey, counter gender-based violence, support LGBTQI rights, promote the rule of law and freedom of expression, and/or strengthen the capacity of Turkish media and civil society in order to advocate for human rights and freedoms. Programs here may also aim to assist Turkish media as well as media consumers in identifying and responding to misinformation and disinformation. Foster Turkish and U.S. Ties Proposals for this category should include programs to develop English language teaching/learning that also promote diversity, inclusion, and/or the representation of specific marginalized communities. Proposals are also welcome that promote STEAM education, develop networks between U.S. and Turkish STEAM educators and organizations, and encourage study in the United States. Activities would seek to build personal, educational, and commercial ties between the Turkish and American people and promote a positive understanding of the value of the relationship between the two countries. Proposals aiming to protect and/or restore important cultural and historical sites are also welcome.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339784
U.S. Embassy Brussels PAS Annual Program Statement (APS) $75,000.00

Funding Opportunity Title: U.S. Embassy Brussels PAS Annual Program Statement (APS) Funding Opportunity Number: PAS-BE200-FY22-02 Deadline for Applications: August 8, 2022 CFDA Number: 19.040 – Public Diplomacy Programs Total Amount Available: Amount pending funds availability Maximum for Each Award: Up to $75,000 The U.S. Embassy Brussels Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce that funding is available through its Public Diplomacy Grants Program. This Annual Program Statement outlines our funding priorities, strategic themes, and the procedures for submitting requests for funding. Applications for programs are accepted on a rolling basis until the deadline. Each quarter prior to the deadline, a grant review committee reviews applications. The deadline is necessary to provide sufficient time to process and award programs in advance of the end of our fiscal year on September 30, 2022. Purpose of Grants: PAS Brussels invites proposals for projects that strengthen ties between the United States and Belgium by highlighting shared values and promoting bilateral cooperation. Grant proposals must convey an American cultural element, support a priority program area (see below), or include a connection with American expert(s), organization(s), or institution(s) in a specific field that will promote increased understanding of U.S. policy and perspectives.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339725