MORE USEFUL GOVERNMENT GRANT INFORMATION
CFDA s a government-wide compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the public. It contains descriptions and information on financial and non-financial assistance programs administered by departments and establishments of the Federal government.
Advantages and disadvantages of government and non-government funding sources.
Here you'll find links to guides and tutorials that have been developed by various government agencies including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Environmental Protection Agency, Agency for International Development, Department of State, Department of Education, National Institutes of Health, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Science Foundation.
Search the Federal Register to find recent government grant announcements
This site allows you to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies. The Apply for Grants feature allows organizations to apply for Federal grants online through a unified process. The Resources section contains useful grant-related links and information. Read the five steps to getting started to get an idea of what you can do here.
When you submit an application for a government grant, these are the forms that you'll need to fill out.
The Dallas Public Library's Grants Information Service has prepared this guide on government grants for small businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals.
Links to sites containing information of interest to researchers in all fields.
This .pdf document will give you a good idea of how government grants are reviewed. Additionally, if you are interested in being a reviewer, you can find out what's involved and how to apply.
A detailed guide and instructions for submitting grant proposals to the National Science Foundation.
Rules and regulations that govern federal grantees.
My own Small Business Page has lots of links and information on the government's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants.
Most government agencies require you to fill in and submit Standard Form 424 (SF 424). The form can be somewhat confusing, but this article explains exactly how to fill it out. You will need the free Acrobat Reader to view this .pdf file.
Other pages related to government grants include:
- Government Business Grants
- Other Government Grants
- Government Grants by Subject
- Grant information by Government Agency
- Deceptive Grant Practices and Ripoffs
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about government grants
- Finding and getting Free Money
- Information on Recovery and Stimulus Grants and Funding
- Proposal writing Blog