Grants & Funding
Grants & Funding
The Exchange Network Grant Program provides funding to states, territories, and federally recognized Indian tribes to support the development of the National Environmental Information Exchange Network. [Read More]Since FY 2002, EPA has awarded approximately $171 million in assistance agreements to build the Network. All 50 states, five territories, and 87 federally recognized tribes have received grants to facilitate their involvement in the development and implementation of the Exchange Network.
U.S. EPA Releases RFA for Tribal Support for the National Environmental Information Exchange Network
Applicants for the Tribal Support for the National Environmental Information Exchange Network RFA must submit an application package to EPA by December 31, 2012. [Read More]The total estimated funding expected to be available under this competitive opportunity is approximately $800,000. EPA anticipates award of one cooperative agreement, whose annual value shall not exceed $160,000. The cooperative agreement will be funded incrementally up to four additional years. Additional funds may be added to each subsequent year of the agreement, subject to satisfactory performance, availability of funds, and other applicable considerations. In FY 2013, total funding shall not exceed $160,000. EPA will accept project proposals for this opportunity in one of two ways: 1) a hardcopy mailed or delivered application, including one original and two copies; or 2) a proposal submitted electronically through the grants.gov website. EPA anticipates that it will announce selection decisions in or around April 2013. EPA plans to issue the awards by April 15, 2013.
U.S. EPA Releases
FY 2013 Exchange Network Grant Solicitation Notice
Exchange Network Grant Applications Due
November 9, 2012
Applicants for the FY 2013 Exchange Network Grant program must submit an application package to EPA by November 9, 2012. In FY 2013, EPA expects to award an estimated $10,000,000 for 40 to 50 grants of up to $500,000. The exact number of grants will depend on the final amount of EPA’s appropriation for the grant program, the number of applications submitted to EPA by the application deadline, the amounts of proposed budgets, and the outcome of application reviews. [Read More]The primary outcome expected from the Exchange Network assistance agreements is improved access to, and exchange of, high-quality environmental data from public and private sector sources. With this outcome in mind, applications should demonstrate support for and results toward the EN program priorities. EPA will accept project proposals for Exchange Network grants in one of two ways: 1) a hardcopy mailed or delivered application, including one original and two copies; or 2) a proposal submitted electronically through the grants.gov website. EPA anticipates that it will announce selection decisions in or around April 2013. EPA plans to issue the awards by July 31, 2013.
List of Exchange Network Grants meeting Excessive Unliquidated Obligations Criteria
(lists will be updated October 2012 and January 2013):
2 Year Excessive ULO (PDF) (1 pp, 10 KB)
3 Year Excessive ULO (PDF) (1 pp, 10 KB)
4 Year Excessive ULO (PDF) (1 pp, 10 KB)
5 Year Excessive ULO (PDF) (2 pp, 12 KB)
Updated information on Virtual Node services:
Virtual Node IPT Charter (PDF) (5 pp, 144 KB)
Draft Description of Virtual Node Services (PDF) (3 pp, 224 KB)
Updated information on Virtual CROMERR services:
CROMERR IPT Charter (PDF)
(6 pp, 262 KB)
Shared CROMERR Services IPT Intro (PDF)
(10 pp, 350 KB)
Shared CROMERR Services Feedback Questions
(5 pp, 129 KB)
Shared CROMERR Services IPT Questionnaire Summary (PDF)
(27 pp, 1.06 MB)
Shared CROMERR Services and Sample Scenarios (PDF)
(5 pp, 293 KB)
Exchange Network Grant Award & Project Information
Review 2002 - 2010 information on Exchange Network grants. Find out more about the types of activities that states, tribes and territories are involved in, which are helping to support the Exchange Network.
Related Grants Information and Resources
- Grants Awards Database contains a summary record for all non-construction EPA grants awarded in the last 10 years including grants that were awarded before that time that are still open.
- Grants and Debarment is the Office of Administration and Resources Management Web site for all EPA grant related information.
- Grants.gov is the single access point for over 1,000 grant programs offered by all federal grant-making agencies.