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  1. ANA GRANT OPPORTUNITIES Administration for Native Americans Administration for Children and Families U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  2. ABOUT ANA • An agency within DHHS/ACF • Authorizing Legislation (Native Americans Program Act (NAPA) of 1974) • Commissioner is a Presidential Appointee (Lillian Sparks) • Four (4) Training and Technical Assistance Center (T/TA)

  3. FUNDING MECHANISMS • Discretionary Grants • Direct funding at discretion of Commissioner of ANA (Minimal amounts but has happened • Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, Hurricane Katrina and Gustav and American Samoa sunami

  4. ANA FUNDING OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS (FOA) • Social and Economic Development Strategies –SEDS • Social and Economic Development Strategies Tribal Governance -SEDS TG • Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance • Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance - Esther Martinez Initiative • Environmental Regulatory Enhancement • Native Asset Building Initiative (Coming Soon) – Joint FOA between ANA and AFI

  5. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (SEDS) • Funding Instrument Type: Grant • Estimated Total Funding: $7,850,000 • Expected Number of Awards: 36 • Award Ceiling: $400,000 Per Budget Period • Award Floor: $50,000 Per Budget Period • Average Projected Award Amount: $260,000 Per Budget Period • Length of Project Periods: • 12-month project and budget period, • 24-month project with two 12-month budget periods, • 36-month project with three 12-month budget periods

  6. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES – TRIBAL GOVERNANCE • Funding Instrument Type: Grant • Estimated Total Funding: $2,500,000 • Expected Number of Awards: 15 • Award Ceiling: $375,000 Per Budget Period • Award Floor: $50,000 Per Budget Period • Average Projected Award Amount: $260,000 Per Budget Period • Length of Project Periods: • 12-month project and budget period, • 24-month project with two 12-month budget periods, • 36-month project with three 12-month budget periods

  7. Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance • Funding Instrument Type: Grant • Estimated Total Funding: $3,500,000 • Expected Number of Awards: 14 • Award Ceiling: $300,000 Per Budget Period • Award Floor: $100,000 Per Budget Period • Average Projected Award Amount: $250,000 Per Budget Period • Length of Project Periods: • 12-month project and budget period, • 24-month project with two 12-month budget periods, • 36-month project with three 12-month budget periods

  8. Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance - Esther Martinez Initiative • Funding Instrument Type: Grant • Estimated Total Funding: $2,000,000 • Expected Number of Awards: 8 • Award Ceiling: $300,000 Per Budget Period • Award Floor: $100,000 Per Budget Period • Average Projected Award Amount: $250,000 Per Budget Period • Length of Project Periods: • 36-month project with three 12-month budget periods

  9. Environmental Regulatory Enhancement • Funding Instrument Type: Grant • Estimated Total Funding: $750,000 • Expected Number of Awards: 5 • Award Ceiling: $300,000 Per Budget Period • Award Floor: $100,000 Per Budget Period • Average Projected Award Amount: $250,000 Per Budget Period • Length of Project Periods: • 12-month project and budget period, • 24-month project with two 12-month budget periods, • 36-month project with three 12-month budget periods

  10. NATIVE ASSET BUILDING INITIATIVE

  11. ABOUT ANA GRANT LIFE CYCLE • Application Process • Negotiation Process • Implementation Process • Impact Evaluation Process

  12. APPLICATION PROCESS The various steps to submitting application: • Planning Phase (6-8 months before submittal • Begin writing those steps that can be written • Attend Pre-Application Training • Complete grant and request free T/TA • Submit Grant in a timely fashion

  13. NEGOTIATION PROCESS Negotiation Cycle: • Receive telephone call and work with ANA program specialists to make requested changes to application • Submit Required Changes • Receive NOA and FAA

  14. THE IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS The Implementation Process • Inform Stakeholders & Community of Grant Award • Hire and Orientate Staff • Implement Grant utilizing the OWP and other portions of Grant application • Submit Quarterly Reports to OGM and ANA (Objective Progress Report & SF269) to tell your story. • Achieve goals and objectives by the end of the project period. Close out Grant.

  15. IMPACT EVALUATION VISIT • Receive ANA letter informing grantee that they will be receiving an impact visit and forms to fill out • Complete forms and have ready for evaluators and ensure that all deliverables listed in OWP are available for review

  16. ANA’S STATUS AS AN EMERGENCY PROVIDER • ANA CAN (IF FUNDS AVAILABLE) PROVIDE SOME LIMITED EMERGENCY FUNDING DEPENDING ON THE SEVERITY OF THE EMERGENCY • FUNDING MECHANISM – EITHER DISCRETIONARY GRANT OR DIRECT FUNDING (AT COMMISSIONER’S DISCRETION)

  17. QUESTIONS • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS • THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THIS SESSION