ANA's 2016 Funding Opportunity Announcements have been released. The due date for all applications is April 6, 2016.Read the 2016 FOAs
Remember: Grantees MUST update or renew their SAM.gov registration information every year. Follow these easy step-by-step instructions.SAM.gov Update/Renewal Guide
Whether you're planning, implementing, or sustaining a project, help is always available to you via phone, email, or fax.Request ETA
Evidence of "community involvement" in the development and implementation of your project is crucial to a successful application. Read on for advice from our trainers and start engaging your community now.
The topics include: ACF initiatives, program success stories, application development, project design, implementation, evaluation and sustainability. Held Thursdays from 3-4 P.M. ET, go to our "Training" tab for more information.
The Eastern Region T/TA Center serves Tribes and Native Organizations from the eastern portion of the United States; from North Dakota down to Texas and all states to the east coast.
The ANA Vision Statement: Native Communities are Thriving! This training & technical assistance center is a resource that is sponsored by the Administration for Native Americans. ANA promotes the goal of economic and social self-sufficiency for American Indians, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiians and the Native peoples of Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
It is important to know when, how, and why to evaluate the progress of your project. Follow Teresa Peterson in her presentation of Dakota Wicohan Cultural Center's self-designed evaluation process.
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