2018 Funding Opportunity Announcement and Planning Tools
2018 Planning Forms: The following items are provided for planning purposes. See notations regarding tools below as they pertain to the application.
PY 2018 Funding Opportunity Announcement 18-05 – Solicits applications for the Indian and Native American Employment and Training Program authorized under Section 166 of WIOA. "See Related Content #1"
Submitting Applications Through Grants.gov Presentation Slides - PowerPoint presentation on accessing and protocols in relation to submitting the PY 2018 application on Grants.gov. "See Relate Content #2"
Submitting Applications Through Grants.gov Recorded Presentation - Recording of the April 19, 2018 DINAP Webinar. "See Related Content #3"
Writing a 4-Year Strategic Plan Presentation Slides - PowerPoint presentation on preparing the 4-year strategic plan as part of the PY 2018 application process. "See Related Content #4"
Writing a 4-Year Strategic Plan Recorded Presentation - Recording of the April 26, 2018 4 DINAP Webinar. "See Related Content #5"
SF 424/SF 424A - These forms are for initial planning preparation only. (Only the SF 424 forms found on the Grants.gov “Forms” pull-down tab can be attached to the application.) "See Related Content #6a and #6b"
Budget Narrative (Excel/Word versions) – (Note: Regardless of the version used, a Budget Narrative must be attached to the application. Confirm that the line item total exactly match the line items on the SF 424A.) "See Related Content #7a and #7b)"
Participant-Performance Estimator Worksheet/Instructions– (Note: Used only for participant and activity cost planning, planned Performance outcomes. Not required to be submitted with the application.) "See Related Content #8a and #8b"
State Labor Market Information (LMI) – Access the link under Featured Content to assess the labor market in the applicant’s service area and how the proposed employment and training services matches the labor market needs. "See Related Content #9"
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