Current Grantsmanship Opportunities
USAID Business Forecast
Each quarter, USAID publishes a Business Forecast. The Business Forecast is an informational resource on potential funding and partnership opportunities at USAID. It is an advanced look at grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements that USAID is in the process of developing and plans to issue in the coming year.
Included on the Business Forecast is helpful information such as a description of the award, estimate dollar amount, anticipated date of award, location, and point of contact at USAID. Two separate Forecasts developed each quarter – one for USAID Missions overseas and one for USAID in Washington, DC.
AAES-Cuba Grants Program 2017
Strengthening Auburn University and Cuba partnership research collaborations in agriculture and related programs.
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Coastal SEES projects will be expected to lead to generalizable theoretical advances in natural sciences and engineering while, at the same time, integrating key aspects of human processes required to address issues of coastal sustainability.
Grants.gov is a government initiative that will have an unparalleled effect on the grantee community. As an online system, Grants.gov is focused on improving access to services via the Internet. It is currently the single access point for over 900 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies, allowing organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities. As the portal for grant applications, Grants.gov will replace federal agency-specific proposal submission systems that have grown in recent years, most notably NSF’s FastLane, DOE’s IIPS, and NASA’s NSPIRES. Applications will be submitted electronically by institutions through the Grants.gov portal to be forwarded to the respective funding agencies; over time applicants will no longer apply directly to individual funding agencies.