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February Grant Alerts 2013

February Grant Alerts 2013

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Federal grant opportunities compiled by the Illinois Legislative Research Unit.
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ILLINOIS GENERAL ASSEMBLY LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH UNIT
Grant Alerts
VOLUME 21, NO. 2
Federal Grant Notices for State & Local Governments & Community Agencies
FEBRUARY 2013
2013 Assuring Radiation Protection (CFDA No.93.103)Purpose:
To provide nancial support for aforum established to foster the exchange of ideasand information among the states and the federalgovernment concerning radiation control and to studyexisting and potential radiological health problems of mutual interest and to apply their increasingly limitedresources with maximum efciency in seeking waysto address these problems; foster coordination andprovide original views.
Eligibility:
State and county governments;Native American tribal organizations; nonprots;private institutions of higher education; for protorganizations; and small businesses.
Funding:
$2 million.
Deadline:
4/2/13.
Contact:
Tel. (301) 827-7175;E-mail: Gladys.bohler@fda.hhs.gov.
Applied Technology Research and Developmentfor Criminal Justice Purposes (CFDA No. 16.560)Purpose:
To seek proposals for applied technologyresearch and development projects leading to theintroduction into practice of improved technologiesfor use by law enforcement, courts, and correctionsagencies. National Institute of Justice is particularlyinterested in the application of expert systemstechnologies to enhance the performance of non-expert practitioners and improved devices to locateand track offenders that are under supervision in thecommunity.
Eligibility:
State, county, city, township, or specialdistrict governments; private, public, and statecontrolled institutions of higher education; NativeAmerican tribal organizations; and nonprots.
Funding:
$1 million.
Deadline:
4/25/13.
Contact:
Tel. (800) 518-4726;E-mail: st-research@ojp.usdoj.gov.
Broadening Participation Research InitiationGrants in Engineering (CFDA No. 47.041)Purpose:
To promote the development of earlycareer faculty who will become championsfor diversity and broadening participation of underrepresented groups in engineering throughouttheir careers and enable early career faculty tointegrate effective diversity and broadeningparticipation strategies in their engineering research,education, and innovation activities.
Eligibility:
Universities and two- and four-yearcolleges (including community colleges).
Funding:
$5 million.
Deadline:
4/29/13.
Contact:
E-mail: grantsgovsupport@nsf.gov.
Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) VisitingFellows Program (CFDA No. 16.754)Purpose:
To provide national leadership in criminal justice policy, training, and technical assistance tofurther the administration of justice and to act as aliaison to national organizations that partner with BJAto set policy and help disseminate information on bestand promising practices.
Eligibility:
State, county, city, township, or specialdistrict governments; private, public, and statecontrolled institutions of higher education; NativeAmerican tribal organizations; and nonprots.
Funding:
$225,000.
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Deadline:
3/28/13.
Contact:
Tel. (800) 518-4726;E-mail: support@grants.gov.
Campus Cyber-infrastructure-NetworkInfrastructure and Engineering Program (CFDANos. 47.070 and 47.080)Purpose:
To invest in improvements and re-engineering at the campus level to support a range of data transfers supporting computational science andcomputer networks and systems research and supportsnetwork integration activities tied to achieving higherlevels of performance, reliability, and predictabilityfor science applications and distributed researchprojects.
Eligibility:
Universities and two- and four-yearcolleges (including community colleges) accreditedin, and having a campus located in the U.S., acting onbehalf of their faculty members.
Funding:
$18 million.
Deadline:
4/3/13.
Contact:
E-mail: grantsgovsupport@nsf.gov.
Centers of Research Excellence in Science andTechnology (CFDA No. 47.076)Purpose:
To enhance the research capabilitiesof minority-serving institutions through theestablishment of centers that effectively integrateeducation and research.
Eligibility:
Minority-serving institutions of highereducation in the U.S.
Funding:
$6 million.
Deadline:
6/6/13.
Contact:
E-mail: grantsgovsupport@nsf.gov.
Court Training and Improvements Program(CFDA No. 16.013)Purpose:
To support court or court-based initiativesthat aim to improve civil and criminal court functions,enhance court infrastructure and improve courtresponses to victims of sexual assault, domesticviolence, dating violence, and stalking.
Eligibility:
State, county, city, or townshipgovernments.
Funding:
$4.1 million.
Deadline:
3/11/13.
Contact:
Tel. (202) 305-2651;E-mail: Krista.blakeney-mitchell@usdoj.gov.
Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projectsand Centers Program: Minority-ServingInstitution Field-Initiated Projects (Research)(CFDA No. 84.133G-4)Purpose:
To develop methods, procedures, andrehabilitation technology that maximize the fullinclusion and integration into society, employment,independent living, family support, and economic andsocial self-sufciency of individuals with disabilities;to improve the capacity of minority entities to conducthigh-quality disability and rehabilitation research.
Eligibility:
Minority entities and Indian tribes; aHispanic-serving institution of higher education;an American Indian tribal college or university;or another institution of higher education whoseminority student enrollment is at least 50 percent.
Funding:
$200,000.
Deadline:
3/15/13.
Contact:
Julius Cotton, Tel. (202) 245-6140;E-mail: julius.cotton@ed.gov.
Drug-Free Communities Support Program (CFDANo. 93.276)Purpose:
To establish and strengthen collaborationamong communities, public and private nonprotagencies, and federal, state, local, and tribalgovernments to support the efforts of communitycoalitions working to prevent and reduce substanceuse among youth; reduce substance use among youthand, over time, reduce substance abuse among adultsby addressing the factors in a community that increasethe risk of substance abuse and promoting the factorsthat minimize the risk of substance abuse.
Eligibility:
Public, private nonprot agencies, andstate and local governments.
Funding:
$18.7 million.
Deadline:
3/22/13.
Contact:
Tel. (240) 276-1422;E-mail: Virginia.simmons@samhsa.hhs.gov.
Educational Technology, Media, and Materials forIndividuals With Disabilities Program: Stepping-Up Technology Implementation (CFDA No.84.327S)Purpose:
To improve results for students withdisabilities by promoting the development,demonstration, and use of technology; supporteducational activities designed to be of educational
 
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value in the classroom for students with disabilities;provide support for captioning and video descriptionthat is appropriate for use in the classroom; andprovide accessible educational materials to studentswith disabilities in a timely manner.
Eligibility:
State, county, city, township, or specialdistrict governments; independent school districts;private, public, and state controlled institutionsof higher education; Native American tribalorganizations; nonprots; private institutions of higher education; for prot organizations other thansmall businesses; and small businesses.
Funding:
$3 million.
Deadline:
3/18/13.
Contact:
Julius Cotton, Tel. (202) 245-6140;E-mail: julius.cotton@ed.gov.
Environmental Literacy Grants for BuildingCapacity of Informal and Formal Educators(CFDA No. 11.008)Purpose:
To build the capacity of informal educators(including interpreters and docents) and/or formaleducators (pre- or in-service) to use NOAA data anddata access tools to help K-12 students and/or thepublic understand and respond to global change.
Eligibility:
Institutions of higher education;other nonprots, including informal science-education institutions such as museums, zoos, andaquariums; K-12 public and independent schools andschool systems; and state, local, and Indian tribalgovernments.
Funding:
$3 million.
Deadline:
3/12/13.
Contact:
Tel. (202) 482-0793;E-mail: grants@noaa.gov.
Family Drug Court Programs (CFDA No. 16.585)Purpose:
To enhance the capacity of family drugcourts and to either implement new drug courts orenhance pre-existing drug courts for individualswith substance abuse disorders or substance useand co-occurring mental health disorders, includinghistories of trauma, who are involved with the familydependency court as a result of child abuse, neglect,and other parenting issues.
Eligibility:
States; state and local courts; units of local government; and federally recognized tribalgovernments.
Funding:
$650,000.
Deadline:
3/25/13.
Contact:
Tel. (877) 927-5657;E-mail: jic@telesishq.com.
National Institute on Disability and RehabilitationResearch (NIDRR): Research FellowshipsProgram (CFDA No. 84.133F-1)Purpose:
To build research capacity by providingsupport to highly qualied individuals, includingthose who are individuals with disabilities; performresearch on the rehabilitation of individuals withdisabilities and to develop methods, procedures,and rehabilitation technology that maximize the fullinclusion and integration into society, employment,independent living, family support, and economic andsocial self-sufciency of individuals with disabilities,and to improve the effectiveness of services.
Eligibility:
Have training and experience thatindicate a potential for engaging in scientic researchrelated to the solution of rehabilitation problems of individuals with disabilities; Merit Fellowship, anindividual must have either advanced professionaltraining or experience in independent study inan area which is directly pertinent to disabilityand had research experience at the doctoral level;Distinguished Fellowship, an individual must haveseven or more years of research experience insubject areas, methods, or techniques relevant torehabilitation research and must have a doctorate,other terminal degree, or comparable academicqualications.
Funding:
$505,000.
Deadline:
3/18/13.
Contact:
Julius Cotton, Tel. (202) 245-6140;E-mail: julius.cotton@ed.gov.
Personnel Development to Improve Servicesand Results for Children with Disabilities:Personnel Preparation in Special Education, EarlyIntervention, and Related Services (CFDA No.84.325K)Purpose:
To help address state-identied needs forhighly qualied personnel in special education, earlyintervention, related services, and regular education;to work with children, including infants and toddlers,with disabilities; and ensure that those personnel

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