ACERS and Librarian friends. you might want to bookmark these GRANT and NOFA
URLs! and post for others who are seeking funding and/or sustainability. gl.
Librarians are probably our richest source of horizontal marketing for good
programs. ACE wants to thank you for doing what you do and sharing
knowledge with others. As a resource for pushing out information as well as
finding it, please contact me if you would like to explore a more expanded
partnership. Glynis Long
ACE has brought together federal online reference tools for
hunting for grants. We hope you will join us for our monthly meeting.
Please spread the word. This meeting is free, no registration required.
Glynis, [log in to unmask]
AMERICANS COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICALLY-ACE
ACCESS TO FEDERAL GRANTS and NOFAs
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY
ACE Meeting, May 21, 1998, Thursday 10am-Noon
SBA, 409 3rd St. SW
8th floor conference room
ACE welcomes YOU: federal, librarians, private, nonprofit, educational
individual or organization. Please join us in learning about government
online search tools which cover many agencies' grants. See how agencies
make their grants more easily searchable for the citizen.
1) U.S. Dept of Ed. (see full paragraph below)--Speaker from Grants and
Policy, B Rodriguez. (For example 63 grants currently relating to
2) FREE site for agency online funding; Help your agency!
3) NOFA site, one place to search several agencies at one time! (USDA is the
4) US NonProfit Advisor--grants links- speaker from HUD
ACE: Here is a great site from the U.S. Dept of Education on Grants.
U.S. Dept. of Education
TIRED OF HUNTING DOWN INFORMATION ABOUT DISCRETIONARY GRANT AWARDS?
Introducing the OCF & CIO Grant Award Database a new and easy resource
to get the discretionary grant award information that you need fast.
To make grant award information more easily accessible, the Office of
the Chief Financial and Chief Information Officer (OCF & CIO) has
developed an on-line database of grant awards starting with Fiscal
Year 1997. The database provides a variety of search options including
searches by State, zip code, award amounts, and CFDA subprogram
number. It also has full text search capability. The database includes
general information on all new and NCC discretionary and formula
grants awarded in Fiscal Year 1997 (Note: the Impact Aid program is
not currently in the database but is being added soon).
U.S. Dept. of Education
You can access the database two ways:
1) ED's mail Web site: http://web99.ed.gov/grantaward; or
2) the OCFO grants information site: http://ocfo.ed.gov/grntinfo.htm.