What’s New in Federal Grants: Opportunities Supporting Bird Conservation, Hepatitis B Model Programs, and More

This week’s edition of #FundingFriday highlights new grant opportunities supporting…

  • the conservation of migratory birds;
  • Hepatitis B model programs that will end transmission of HBV;
  • research relevant to narcotics law enforcement and forensic science;
  • a multi-site evaluation of the Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) program.

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Region 3 Division of Migratory Birds

  • Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Current Closing Date for Applications: April 15, 2019 
  • This program provides grants for the conservation of birds that are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act but not Federally-listed as Endangered or Threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

OMH Hepatitis B Demonstration Grant Program

  • Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Current Closing Date for Applications: April 13, 2019
  • Through this announcement, OMH seeks to develop Hepatitis B model programs that will end transmission of HBV (perinatal, children and adults) and reduce morbidity and mortality attributable to ongoing HBV infection.

Research and Evaluation on Drugs and Crime, FY 2019

  • Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice
  • Current Closing Date for Applications: May 6, 2019 
  • The research focus of this solicitation is criminal investigation, prosecution, drug intelligence, and community surveillance relevant to narcotics law enforcement, forensic science, and/or medicolegal death investigation. DOJ has identified the FY2019 solicitation drug priorities as: 1) fentanyl and its illicit analogues, 2) methamphetamine, and 3) illegal marijuana markets.

Evaluation of Project Safe Neighborhoods, FY 2019

  • Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice
  • Current Closing Date for Applications: May 1, 2019 
  • NIJ is seeking applications for funding a multi-site evaluation of the Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) program. PSN is a Department of Justice-sponsored initiative that involves cooperation of multiple criminal justice agencies and their partners working at the local level to develop and implement strategic responses to reduce gun crime. PSN also prioritizes the leadership of United States Attorney Offices in coordinating local efforts and carrying out federal prosecutions.

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