IIJA Implementation Resources
As Governors lead on implementing the historic bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and other state and federal infrastructure measures, the National Governors Association will be continuing to provide timely and actionable resources, create opportunities for Governors and their staff to convene and collaborate, and maintain relationships with critical federal, state, local, and private sector stakeholders. This page will serve as a one stop shop for information on all these efforts.
Updated: May 22, 2023
White House Infrastructure Coordination
On May 10, 2023, the Biden Administration announced a set of priorities for Congress to consider as it looks to pass a bipartisan permitting reform package. The Administration laid out the following priorities: accelerating the deployment of critical electric transmission; accelerating energy project permitting on federal lands; modernizing the country’s 150-year-old mining laws; deploying hydrogen and carbon dioxide infrastructure; incentivizing redevelopment for clean energy deployment; improving permitting efficiency and predictability; enhancing data collection needed for effective permitting; cutting duplicative and burdensome analysis and reviews; improving community engagement; addressing gaps in the permitting workforce; establishing clearer requirements for mitigating environmental harms; and incentivizing state and local permitting reform and standardization. For more information, see the press release.
In April 2023, President Biden signed an executive order intended to promote environmental justice initiatives in the work of federal agencies. The new Executive Order, called Revitalizing Our Nation’s Commitment to Environmental Justice for All, according to the administration, is intended to promote environmental justice; protect communities from pollution and environmental harms; strengthen engagement with communities and mobilize federal agencies to confront existing barriers; promote science, data, and research, including on cumulative impacts; and expand interagency coordination and launch a new Office of Environmental Justice within the White House Council on Environmental Quality. For more information, see the press release
The White House recently released a number of new IIJA resources. These resources include updated state-by-state fact sheets with information about announced funding and projects in each state, along with anticipated funding by category over the next five years, updated IIJA maps of funding and projects, including state-level summaries, that have been announced to date, and a new notice of funding opportunity calendar that includes both current and future funding opportunities.
The Biden-Harris Administration released on March 2, 2023, the National Cybersecurity Strategy to secure the full benefits of a safe and secure digital ecosystem for all Americans. The strategy recognizes that government must use all tools of national power in a coordinated manner to protect national security, public safety, and economic prosperity, and seeks to build and enhance collaboration around five pillars. For more information, see the factsheet.
The Biden Administration announced its latest set of actions aimed at creating a convenient, reliable and Made-in-America electric vehicle (EV) charging network. The U.S. Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Department of Energy (DOE), finalized new standards to make charging EVs convenient and reliable for all Americans, including when driving long distances. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) outlined its final plan for compliance with the Build America, Buy America Act for federally funded EV chargers. Effective immediately, all EV chargers funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law must be built in the United States. The plan requires that, effective immediately, final assembly and all manufacturing processes for any iron or steel charger enclosures or housing occur in the United States. The new Joint Office of Energy and Transportation released a notice of intent to issue a funding opportunity for its Ride and Drive Electric research and development program. FHWA announced details for its soon-to-launch Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) discretionary grant program. The program will make available more than $2.5 billion over five years – including $700 million in funding through the first round of funding available to states, localities, Tribes, territories, and public authorities – to deploy publicly accessible charging and alternative fueling infrastructure. Individual components of the announcement include:
- Build America, Buy America Implementation Plan
- Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Landing Page
- Joint Office Ride and Drive Electric Notice of Intent
- Full List of Private Sector Commitments
- Medium- and Heavy-Duty Charging Selections
After previewing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act guidebooks to Governors at the NGA 2022 Winter Meeting, the White House released the online version to provide information outlining resources in the infrastructure package. This guidebook is a roadmap to the funding available under the law, as well as an explanatory document that shows direct federal spending at the program level. The White House has also created several supplemental resources, including:
- An IIJA Rural Playbook, which identifies programs set aside for rural communities under the law, and overviews key flexibilities and other benefits available
- A Workforce Development for Infrastructure Jobs Guidebook, which provides an overview of federal funding resources to support workforce development
- An IIJA Tribal Playbook to identify programs and sources of funds for Tribal communities and provide a guide to Tribal eligibility for other programs in the IIJA
- An Action Plan for Accelerating Infrastructure to focus attention on, and fast-track, innovation in the delivery of infrastructure projects
- A list of Open Funding Opportunities is published every few weeks
To mark the occasion of the 1 year anniversary of the IIJA, the White House has released state-by-state fact sheets which provide detailed information about announced funding and projects in each state, along with anticipated funding by category over the next 5 years. This information can be found here.
The White House hosted a series of webinars for implementation stakeholders to provide an in-depth look intro the programs contained within chapter of the IIJA Guidebook. Summaries of select webinars can be found here. Full videos of the infrastructure school webinars can be found here.
Build America Buy America Resources
- The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is proposing to revise the OMB Guidance for Grants and Agreements for iron and steel, manufactured products, and construction materials. The proposed revisions provide further guidance on implementing the “Build America, Buy America” statutory requirements. Comments are due by March 13. For more information, see the federal register notice.
- On February 15, 2023 the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) outlined its final plan for compliance with the Build America, Buy America Act for federally funded electric vehicle chargers. Effective immediately, all EV chargers funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law must be built in the United States. The plan requires that final assembly and all manufacturing processes for any iron or steel charger enclosures or housing occur in the United States (see White House Fact Sheet here). The FHWA also released on February 21 a temporary waiver of Buy America Requirements for Electric Vehicle Chargers for steel, iron, manufactured products, and construction materials used in EV chargers. Comments are due by February 27, 2023 (see waiver here)
Department of Transportation
In May 2023, USDOT released theEquitable Transportation Community (ETC) Explorer and accompanying Story Map to support the agency’s implementation of the Justice40 initiative. You can view the User Guide in English or Spanish and watch a five-minute video about the tool in English or Spanish. USDOT will be hosting two webinars on these updates on Friday June 2, 2023 from 1:000pm-2:00 PM ET (register here) and Monday June 5, 2023 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm (register here). Please note that both webinars will cover the same material.
On May 2, 2023 the Federal Transit Administration issued a Dear Colleague Letter to grant recipients in advance of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA’s) ending disaster declarations associated with the COVID-19 pandemic on May 11. This letter is to inform them they will no longer be able to use annual Section 5307 and non-Tribal 5311 funding at a 100 percent federal share for capital expenditures related to COVID-19 response.
The Department of Transportation has published a 2023 calendar of anticipated dates for IIJA and IRA Notices of Funding Opportunity (NOFOs). This list also includes programs that support or are adjacent to IIJA and IRA programs. This will be updated periodically to adjust dates and include programs when necessary.
On February 15, 2023, USDOT in partnership with DOE finalized new minimum standards for federally funded EV chargers, including those under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure plan. See White House Fact Sheet here and new minimum standards here)
USDOT and DOE announced that had been awarded to seven projects to aid the expansion of medium and heavy-duty electric vehicle charging infrastructure. These projects are primarily found along essential and heavily trafficked domestic freight corridors, including those serving Northern and Southern California, the Eastern Seaboard, the Northeast, Southwest, and much of the Midwest. These projects will be administered by DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) and Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office (HFTO). Additionally, the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation has issued a funding Notice of Intent that is intended to improve charging infrastructure in underserved communities. For more information about the charging projects, see the information sheet. For more information about the Joint Office’s intended funding, see their funding opportunities page. For additional information, see the press release.
- USDOT announced a Request for Information on its new Equitable Transportation Community Explorer (ETCE) and Index Methodology which will be used to implement Justice40 requirements at the agency. This new tool explores the cumulative burden disadvantaged communities experience resulting in underinvestment in transportation across key areas. Applicants to DOT’s discretionary programs have the option to use this ETCE tool or the White House’s Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool (CEJST). Comments on this tool must be received by March 18 to be considered.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced new resources from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that are intended to create economic opportunities and open the door to building generational wealth for disadvantaged entrepreneurs and workers in communities across the country. These resources are: new guidance to support state investment in workforce development, training, and education; and $10 million to support small businesses owned by minorities, women, and other socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, through FHWA’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Supportive Services Funding. For more information, find the press release here.
The Department of Transportation released state fact sheets that highlight benefits of the bill and include some estimates of transportation funding amounts from the bill that states can expect to receive. They have also released a fact sheet on Highway Funding for Workforce Development.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced that it has released $59.9 billion in Fiscal Year 2023 apportionments for 12 formula programs to support investment in critical infrastructure, including roads, bridges and tunnels, carbon emission reduction, and safety improvements, which was part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (P.L. 117-58). The funds go directly to all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico and help them continue the important work of rebuilding our roads and bridges and making our transportation system more efficient. FHWA’s information includes state-by-state and by-program apportionment of Federal-aid Highway Funds for nine of the programs. The Apportionment of Bridge Formula Program Funds, the Apportionment of Appalachian Development Highway System Funds, and the Apportionment of National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Funds are broken out separately. Find the press release here for more information.
DOT Approves NEVI Plans for all 50 States, D.C., and Puerto Rico
On Tuesday, September 27, USDOT announced that the NEVI plans for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have been approved ahead of schedule for funding. All states, D.C., and Puerto Rico now have access to all FY22 and FY23 NEVI formula funding. USDOT also announced that costs incurred from “staffing and activities directly related to the development of their plans” are eligible for reimbursement from USDOT.
Additionally, all approved plans are available on the NGA’s Electric Vehicle resources webpage and funding tables for the full five years of the NEVI Formula program can be viewed here.
DOE and DOT Announce Joint Energy and Transportation Office Head
Recently, the U.S. Departments of Energy (DOE) and Transportation (DOT) announced that Gabe Klein—the former commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation and director of the Washington D.C. Departments of Transportation —will lead the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation (Joint Office), which was created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (P.L. 117-58). As the first-ever Executive Director, Klein will oversee efforts to support the deployment of $7.5 billion to build a national electric vehicle (EV) charging network with a focus on filling gaps in rural and disadvantaged communities and hard-to-reach locations, as well as other vehicle electrification programs across the Departments. More information can be found in the press release here.
USDOT Expands its Financing Program for Infrastructure Projects
On October 4, 2022, US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced that USDOT’s Build America Bureau will offer low-cost and flexible financing for transit and transit-oriented development (TOD) projects at the maximum level authorized under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program. The new initiative, “TIFIA 49”, authorizes borrowing up to 49% of eligible project costs for projects that meet certain eligibility requirements, compared to the traditional cap of 33%. Further information on the change and eligible projects can be found here.
Biden Administration Announces New Buy Clean Initiative Actions
DOT Secretary Buttigieg, in conjunction with U.S. General Services Administration Administrator Robin Carnahan and Deputy National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, announced that the federal government will be prioritizing the purchase of low carbon construction materials, constituting 98% of the materials purchased by the federal government. The federal government will also be convening states and territories to partner on this initiative, asking those interested to align state-based Buy Clean policies with federal incentives to expand markets for clean manufacturing and low carbon materials across the nation’s buildings and infrastructure. The White House will be convening states to discuss this initiative in the coming weeks. For more information, the fact sheet can be found here.
DOT releases guidelines for new PROTECT formula program
On July 29, 2022 the Federal Highway Administration announced new guidance and $7.3 billion in formula funding for the new Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) program. The objective of the program is to help states make transportation infrastructure more resilient to future weather events and other natural disasters by focusing on resilience planning, resilience improvements to existing transportation assets, and evacuation routes and addressing at-risk highway infrastructure. Eligible projects include highway and transit projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities and port facilities. The guidelines can be found here and the state-by-state funding for FY2022- FY2026 is available here.
DOT Releases Technical Assistance Websites
On July 6 the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) launched technical assistance websites for its DOT Navigator and Thriving Communities Program. The DOT Navigator is a new one-stop shop to access resources across the Department that are designed to provide technical assistance and help grantees navigate the grant application, transportation planning, project delivery, funding and financing, and implementation processes. The Thriving Communities Program, which will be launching later this fall, will provide technical assistance and capacity building to enable under resourced communities to identify, develop, and deliver transformative transportation projects.
DOT’s Federal Highway Administration Proposed Rule for Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction
On July 6, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for states and municipalities to track and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The new rule would establish a national framework for tracking state-by-state progress by adding a new GHG performance management measure to the existing FHWA national performance measures to help states track performance, make more informed investment decisions, and create a system under which State DOTs and MPOs would set their own declining targets for on-road greenhouse gas emissions from roadway travel on the National Highway System. The proposed rule would require State DOTs and MPOs to report biennially on their progress in meeting the declining targets they establish and require FHWA to assess significant progress toward achieving those targets. The proposed rule is expected to publish in the Federal Register next week. The press release can be found here and the proposed rule here.
DOT’s proposed Standards for EV Charging Network
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on proposed minimum standards and requirements for projects funded under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program, which is a part of the $5 billion made available to states and territories over the next five years under the IIJA. These minimum standards are intended to help ensure the national EV charging network is user-friendly, reliable, and accessible to all Americans, and interoperable between different charging companies, with similar payment systems, pricing information, charging speeds, and more. The proposed rule would establish the groundwork for states and territories to build federally funded charging station projects across a national EV charging network. The standards also establish workforce requirements for installation, maintenance, and operations to increase the safety and reliability of charging station function and use and create and support jobs in communities across the country. The Notice of Proposed rulemaking can be found here and comments must be received by August 22, 2022.
Temporary Waiver of Buy America
The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a transitional waiver for the IIJA’s Made in America standards for construction materials. This waiver will expire on November 20, 2022, 180 days from the effective date of May 14. The transitional waiver is intended to strengthen Made in America processes and provide for enhanced enforcement over time. DOT previously posted a proposed version of the waiver for public review and received extensive comments from a range of external stakeholders, including state and local departments of transportation, transit and transportation agencies, labor unions, businesses, and others. DOT incorporated feedback as appropriate.
Carbon Reduction Program Guidance
On April 21, 2022, the USDOT announced new guidance for the $6.4 billion Carbon Reduction Program. This Federal Highway Administration formula grant program will fund a range of projects designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from on-road highway sources, including electrification infrastructure, bus rapid transit corridors and congestion management technologies. States must develop carbon reduction strategies in consultation with Metropolitan planning Organizations by November 2023. The guidance can be found here and the five-year state funding table here.
Federal Transit Administration FY22 apportionment tables
Federal Transit Administration has published full-year apportionment tables for FY2022. These tables supersede the March partial-year tables following the agreement on the fiscal year 2022 omnibus spending package. The apportionment tables can be found here.
Funding for Modernizing Transit Fleets and Facilities NOFO Released
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced the availability of approximately $1.47 billion in competitive grant funds to help modernize bus fleets and facilities. FTA’s Low or No Emission (Low-No) Grant Program makes funding available to help transit agencies purchase or lease U.S.-built low or no emission vehicles that use advanced technologies, including related equipment or facilities, for transit revenue operations. FTA’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program makes funding available to help transit agencies purchase and rehabilitate buses, vans, and related equipment, and build bus facilities. Applications for grants are due on May 31, 2022. The press release can be found here and NOFO can be found here.
USDOT and USDOE Allocate Funds for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program
On February 10, the Departments of Transportation and Energy announced the allocation of $615 million to States, D.C. and Puerto Rico for FY2022 for the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula program. States must submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan before they can access the funds. This Plan should describe how the state intends to use its share of funds consistent with FHWA guidance and must be submitted no later than August 1 2022.
Federal Transit Administration Release FY2022 Transit Formula Funding
The FTA has announced nearly $5 billion in Fiscal Year 2022 transit formula funding to transit agencies, states, and Tribal governments. This first payment was made available under the Further Extending Government Funding Act, which provides partial-year spending authority through February 18, 2022. The apportionment tables can be found here.
FHWA Releases Guidance for Highway Safety Program
On February 2nd, the FHWA released new guidance to implement changes in its highway safety funding program, which received substantial new funding under the IIJA. FHWA outlined several changes through policy memos updating the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), the High Risk Rural Roads Special Rule, Older Drivers and Pedestrians Special Rule and the new Vulnerable Road Users Special Rule.
Federal Transit Administration (FTA) webinar and resources on IIJA
On Friday, January 7, the FTA held an external webinar on the bipartisan infrastructure law or IIJA. The webinar provided an overview of new programs and funding in the IIJA, FTA priorities for implementation, and additional resources available. The FTA’s IIJA landing page, which includes a recording and presentation from the webinar, can be found here. Resources available include Fact Sheets on each of the FTA programs under the IIJA.
Secretary Buttigieg and Senior Department of Transportation Officials address to Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
On January 12, the Secretary addressed the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., with a virtual keynote speech and a “fireside chat” on innovation in transportation and the benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law or IIJA. At the TRB Annual meeting, several senior DOT officials also participated in a virtual forum at the TRB Annual Meeting focused on many specific provisions of the IIJA.
Administration Releases Electric Vehicle Action Plan
On Monday, December 13, the Biden Administration released an EV Charging Action Plan to outline steps federal agencies are taking to support developing and deploying chargers in American communities across the country. The plan includes establishing a Joint Office of Energy and Transportation to provide states, communities, industry, labor, and consumer groups with a coordinated federal approach and a “one-stop-shop” for resources on EV charging and related topics, as required by the bipartisan IIJA. In November 2021, the Department of Transportation issued a Notice and Request for Information (RFI) on “Development of Guidance for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Deployment.”
FHWA Issues Apportionment Tables
FHWA’s Apportionment Notice can be viewed at FHWA’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding web page, which organizes notices by fiscal year. FHWA has additional information for transportation agencies and others interested in grants and other discretionary funding opportunities as well as information on new and existing FHWA programs available under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law at https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law.
Specifics on benefits and funds being made available by USDOT to each state and the District of Columbia can be found at https://www.transportation.gov/briefing-room/usdot-releases-state-state-fact-sheets-highlighting-benefits-bipartisan.
USDOT Releases IIJA Video Recordings
The U.S. Department of Transportation has released video recordings for its series of informational webinars on the upcoming formula and grant programs included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
FHWA Unveils Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act “One-Stop Shop” Website, Publishes Request for Information
FHWA has launched a new website designed for transportation agencies, communities and stakeholders interested in learning more about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law). The new website will serve as a one-stop shop online for transportation agencies and others interested in learning more about new and existing FHWA programs as well as how to apply for grants and other discretionary funding opportunities available under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
FHWA is also issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to solicit suggestions from the public and stakeholders on how best to facilitate FHWA’s implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. As the RFI states, “In order to make the most of the BIL’s historic investment and opportunities, FHWA is seeking your input on the FHWA-related sections” of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
The RFI was published in the Federal Register on December 1, and can be viewed at 2021-26145.pdf.
Federal Transit Administration landing page: https://www.transit.dot.gov/BIL
Federal Aviation Administration landing page: https://www.faa.gov/bil
FHWA Issues Policy Memo on IIJA Funding
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued a policy memorandum that provides guidance on the use of resources under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and signed by President Biden on November 15, 2021. The memorandum is posted on the FHWA BIL website found here.
FHWA releases guidance and apportionment tables on Bridge Formula Program
On January 14, the FHWA launched the Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection and Construction Program (Bridge Formula Program). FHWA released guidance and apportionment tables setting out allocations to states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico for Fiscal Year 2022.
Department of Commerce – NTIA/Other Broadband Information
- On April 25, 2023, NTIA released guidance for BEAD’s state challenge process. The program’s rules require that each state and territory prepare a BEAD “challenge process” as part of their Initial Proposal and submit that to NTIA for review as Volume 1 of their Initial Proposal. In the challenge process, a unit of local government, nonprofit organization, or internet service provider may challenge whether a location or community anchor institution is eligible for BEAD funding, including whether a location has limited or no Internet service. The proposed guidance expands upon previous guidance to assist states and territories in the design and implementation of their BEAD challenge process. Additionally, the proposed guidance includes a model for how a state or territory may choose to meet all the requirements of a state challenge in the BEAD program’s rules.
- On April 25, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a paper outlining its vision and strategy for a National Semiconductor Technology Center (NSTC), a key component of the research and development program established by the CHIPS and Science Act. Congress appropriated $11 billion for the creation of a national center to support and extend U.S. leadership in semiconductor research, design, engineering, and advanced manufacturing and strengthen U.S. competitiveness. Subsequently, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued a Federal Register call for nominations to join a committee that will select a board of trustees for the new, independent, purpose-built non-profit that will operate the NSTC consortium. The Department seeks distinguished and experienced individuals to be responsible for the first step in creating this new organization. Nominations will be accepted until May 10. Please see the Press Release on the vision and strategy paper and Federal Register Notice seeking nominations.
- On February 28, as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, the ACCESS BROADBAND Act of 2021 charged the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) with tracking federal broadband investment. The law requires NTIA to report on the economic impact of federal broadband investments on local economies, including any effect on small businesses or jobs. NTIA has been working with the U.S. Census Bureau to develop the ACCESS BROADBAND Dashboard as part of this effort. The interactive dashboard includes a series of maps displaying statistics on broadband access as well as select social and economic characteristics. For more information, see the press release or the dashboard.
- The Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) is seeking feedback on a proposal that would temporarily ease “Buy America” requirements for the Middle Mile Grant Program. NTIA is inviting feedback on a proposed limited waiver for grant recipients of the program, a $1-billion effort to fund the buildout of internet infrastructure that connects communities rather than consumers directly. The proposed limited waiver, slated for March 1 of next year until March 1, 2024, would apply to products like broadband routing equipment, optical fiber gear, and undersea cable equipment. NTIA will review the waiver no less than every six months to determine whether it’s still necessary. Comments on the proposed waiver are due by October 3. For more information, consult the relevant federal register notice.
- On August 5, (FCC) unanimously voted to approve two proposals aimed at increasing funding for outreach for the $14 billion Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). The first proposal established a $100 million grant program to help increase awareness of the larger $14 billion subsidy. The second proposal set up a pilot program to promote the broadband subsidy to recipients of federal housing assistance. 13 million people are currently enrolled in the ACP, but the Biden Administration has estimated that 48 million households are eligible. The program gives low-income households $30 each month to help pay for broadband, among other benefits. The Press Release can be found here.
- The website Internet For All provides a repository of information on the various broadband programs in the IIJA, as well as information on Treasury’s Capital Projects Fund.
- The United Stated Department of Agriculture Rural Development has developed an extensive range of virtual outreach events in anticipation of the Found 4 Funding Opportunity Announcement later this year. You can subscribe for information of upcoming events here.
- On May 31, the Federal Communications Commission launched an online help center and other resources to assist internet service providers and other filers of verified broadband availability data prepare their submissions when the filing window opens on June 30, 2022. A link to the news release can be found here.
- Department of Commerce’s Use of Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Funding to Help Close the Digital Divide Fact Sheet
- NTIA Overview of Grant Programs in the IIJA
- NGA continues to track federal funding programs. For a comprehensive list of federal broadband funding programs, please find the federal funding tracker at the bottom of NGA’s broadband landing page.
Department of Energy
- On May 8, 2023, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Grid Deployment Office (GDO) issued a Notice of Intent (NOI) and Request for Information (RFI) to inform the designation of National Interest Electric Transmission Corridors (NIETCs). NIETCs are geographic areas where electricity limitations, congestion, or capacity constraints are adversely affecting electricity consumers and communities. Designation of a NIETC unlocks critical federal investment and regulatory and permitting tools to spur urgent transmission investments needed in these geographic areas to improve reliability and resilience and reduce consumer costs. In the NOI, DOE provides further information on its anticipated approach to designating NIETCs. The RFI seeks stakeholder feedback to improve the NIETC designation process to more accurately pinpoint areas experiencing the greatest transmission need and with the greatest potential for immediate transmission deployment. A NIETC designation can unlock federal financing tools, specifically public-private partnerships through the $2.5 billion Transmission Facilitation Program under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the $2 billion Transmission Facility Financing Loan Program under the Inflation Reduction Act. For more information, see the press release.
- On March 29, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the release of its Offshore Wind Energy Strategy, a comprehensive summary of the Department’s efforts to meet President Biden’s goal to deploy 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind energy by 2030 and set the nation on a pathway to 110 GW or more by 2050. Deploying 30 GW of offshore wind would provide enough power for 10 million homes, support 77,000 jobs, and spur $12 billion per year in direct private investment, according to DOE. The Department-wide strategy outlines how DOE will support the Administration’s whole-of-government approach to accelerate the deployment of offshore wind in support of achieving a carbon-free electricity sector by 2035. For more information, see the press release and the strategy.
- The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has extended the deadline for the 40101d Formula Grant program to May 31, 2023. The intent of these changes is to provide more flexibility on application submittal, better align the 40101d deadline with the deadline for cost match funding available from the US Treasury for Tribes, and allow more time for applicants (primarily the Tribes) to prepare their applications. The extension will not affect anyone who has already applied, and it won’t delay making awards. DOE will continue to process applications as they are received and make awards on a rolling basis. Applicants are advised to submit their applications as soon as they are ready to do so.
- The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Grid Deployment Office (GDO) has released a draft of the National Transmission Needs Study for public comment and feedback. The Needs Study provides information about present and anticipated future capacity constraints and congestion on the nation’s electric transmission grid and serves as DOE’s triennial state of the grid report. Findings of the Needs Study will provide public insight into areas of the power grid that would benefit from increased transmission capacity. Public comments and questions about the draft Needs Study can be submitted by emailing NeedsStudy.Comments@hq.doe.gov. Public comments must be submitted as an email attachment in PDF format. All public comments are due 45 days from publication of the Needs Study notification in the Federal Register. A public webinar will be held on March 3, 2023, from 1:30–2:45pm ET. Registration is required. GDO anticipates releasing the final Needs Study in Summer 2023.
- The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced guidance so that state, territory, local, and Tribal governments can begin applying for funding through the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program and issued a Request for Information (RFI) for new Home Energy Rebate Programs. The EECBG Program opened applications for $430 million in formula grant funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act for clean energy projects and programs in local communities. DOE also released an RFI seeking input on nearly $9 billion for the Home Energy Rebate Program, funded by the Inflation Reduction Act that will provide funding to help Americans cut energy costs in their homes through energy efficiency and electrification of home appliances and equipment. For more information, consult the press release, the program website, the application hub or the RFI.
- The Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management has released their American-Made Direct Air Capture (DAC) Prizes, a selection of prizes intended to encourage the reduction of carbon emissions in sectors which are inherently difficult to decarbonize. The DAC Prizes offer up to $115 million split among three prizes: the DAC Pre-Commercial EPIC Prize, the DAC Pre-Commercial Tech Prize, and the DAC Commercial Prize. Each prize has its own set of eligibility requirements. For more information, please see DOE’s webpage as well as each prize’s HeroX page. Official rules are expected to be released in early 2023.
- The Department of Energy has announced $425 million in IIJA funding for state clean energy programs. DOE’s State Energy Program is accepting applications from all 50 states, five U.S. territories and the District of Columbia for the expanded formula funding. DOE has also declared that it will continue to offer technical assistance as well as optional cohort-based assistance, beginning in 2023. DOE’s offer of technical assistance includes modeling and analytics support, peer discussion groups and networking opportunities. DOE’s cohort assistance is built around the topics of transmission and distribution planning, grid expansion and clean energy manufacturing planning.
- The Biden administration issued presidential determinations to authorize the U.S. Department of Energy to use the Defense Production Act (DPA) for investment in key energy technologies: solar; insulation; heat pumps; electric grid transformers and components; and electrolyzers, platinum group metals, and fuel cells for clean hydrogen. In addition to DPA action, the President announced (see this WH fact sheet) that he will: Direct the development of master supply agreements and preferences for domestically manufactured solar systems across all federal procurement, including applying “super preferences” to incentivize greater investment in domestic manufacturing; and create a 24-month bridge – as domestic manufacturing rapidly scales up – to ensure the reliable supply of components that U.S. solar deployers need to construct grid-strengthening clean energy projects, while reinforcing the integrity of our trade laws and processes.
- The Department of Energy’s State Energy Program has issued a State Energy Security Plan and Guidance document, which is a requirement of IIJA. The purpose of this guidance is to provide clarity and detail on the six elements outlined in Section 40108 of the IIJA. The guidance attached is the DOE’s interpretation of how the six elements could be met – it is not exhaustive. The framework and guidance document can be found here, and FAQ can be found here.
- The Department of Energy released a Searchable List of IIJA Programs and Grants, providing program summaries and relevant timelines.
- The Department of Energy has opened a public comment period on its Draft Guidance for its extended product system rebate program and energy efficient transformer rebate program. The media release and draft guidance can be found here. The closing date is yet to be published but will be 30 days after publication of the Notice of Availability and Solicitation in the Federal Register.
- The Department of Energy has also released a Tracker for recent IIJA Programs RFI’s & NOI’s. Both sites are constantly updated by the DOE.
- The Department of Energy has released a factsheet on ongoing DOE initiatives to boost rural communities. The factsheet can be found here.
- The Department of Energy and Department of Transportation have established a Joint Office to implement electric and alternative fuel components of the IIJA.
- DOE Fact Sheet: https://www.energy.gov/articles/doe-fact-sheet-bipartisan-infrastructure-deal-will-deliver-american-workers-families-and-0
- SEP Program Guidance: https://www.energy.gov/eere/wipo/state-energy-program-guidance
- And allocations: https://www.energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2021/01/f82/FY21-SEP-Formula-Allocations.pdf
- Resilience funding clearinghouse: https://www.energy.gov/eere/slsc/federal-financial-assistance-programs-resilience-activities
- White House Fact Sheet: The Biden-Harris Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan
Environmental Protection Agency
- On May 10, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed new carbon pollution standards for coal and natural gas-fired power plants intended to protect public health, reduce harmful pollutants, and deliver up to potentially $85 billion in climate and public health benefits over the next two decades. The proposal for coal and new natural gas power plants would avoid up to 617 million metric tons of total carbon dioxide (CO2) through 2042, which is equivalent to reducing the annual emissions of 137 million passenger vehicles, roughly half the cars in the United States. The proposals would also result in cutting tens of thousands of tons of particulate matter (PM2.5), sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxide, harmful air pollutants that are known to endanger people’s health. EPA will host webinars on the proposed standards on June 6 and June 7. EPA will take comment on these proposals for 60 days after publication in the Federal Register. For more information, see the press release and the rules summary.
- On April 12, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced new proposed federal vehicle emissions standards intended to accelerate the ongoing transition to a clean vehicle future. Together, these proposals would avoid nearly 10 billion tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to more than twice the total U.S. CO2 emissions in 2022, while saving thousands of dollars over the lives of the vehicles meeting these new standards and reduce America’s reliance on approximately 20 billion barrels of oil imports. The agency projected that under its proposal, two out of every three new cars and trucks sold in 2032 will be electric — more than 10 times the current national sales rate. The rules also come with benefits, including fuel savings and avoided climate emissions, that surpass the costs by over $1 trillion, according to EPA. The first and most sweeping rule, Reg. 2060-AV49, covers light-duty cars and trucks as well as medium-duty vehicles, a class that includes larger SUVs and passenger vans. Light-duty vehicles would have to achieve a fleet average of 82 grams of carbon dioxide per mile in 2032, which is down roughly half from the 161 grams required in 2026 under current regulations. A second proposed rule, Reg. 2060-AV50, covering heavy-duty vehicles like tractor-trailers and vocational vehicles would avoid 1.8 billion tons of carbon dioxide through 2055, according to EPA; heavy-duty vehicles make up a quarter of transportation sector emissions. The light-duty proposal will be open for 60 days of public comment and the heavy-duty proposal for 50 days of comment once published in the Federal Register. For more information, see the press release, Reg. 2060-AV49, or Reg. 2060-AV50.
- On April 5, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed to strengthen and update the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for coal-fired power plants, intended to achieve important hazardous air pollutant emissions reductions and ensure that standards reflect the latest advancements in pollution control technologies. This proposed rule, the most significant update since MATS was first issued in February 2012, fulfills EPA’s responsibility under the Clean Air Act to periodically review emission standards. MATS requires significant reductions of mercury, acid gases, and other harmful pollutants from coal and oil-fired electric generating units. After reexamining the previous administration’s required review of MATS, EPA is proposing more stringent emissions limits and additional, cost-reasonable monitoring and control methods to further reduce harmful pollution from these sources, resulting in cleaner air for surrounding communities. EPA will accept public comment on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for 60 days after publication in the Federal Register. For more information, see the press release or the NPRM.
- EPA has recently updated their Water Infrastructure Technical Assistance website, intended as a resource for accessing IIJA funds. The newly added content focuses on existing EPA water TA programs and is intended to make these services more accessible. These updates include a fact sheet with an overview of TA resources, a simple Water TA Request Form, a list of the types of TA services available to the public, and information on who can receive TA through EPA’s TA opportunities. For any questions about Water Technical Assistance through EPA, please contact: WaterTA@epa.gov.
- The EPA has released several tools to assist with the roll out of source water programs. These include the Funding Integration Tool for Source Water (FTIS) and a new SRFs and Source Water Protection Fact Sheet.
- On February 18, the EPA announced $20 million in available grant funding to assist communities and schools with removing sources of lead in drinking water under the IIJA. Further details can be found here. Application packages must be submitted no later than April 19, 2022.
- Bipartisan Infrastructure Law State Revolving Fund Memorandum
- EPA landing page: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure
- EPA Fact Sheet: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/fact-sheet-epa-bipartisan-infrastructure-law
- EPA Overall allocations: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/explore-epas-bil-funding-allocations
- EPA Water: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/water-infrastructure-investments
- And allocations: https://www.epa.gov/system/files/documents/2021-12/governors-bil-letter-final-508.pdf
- EPA Cleanup: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/cleanup-revitalization-and-recycling-investments
- EPA School Buses: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/investments-electric-and-low-emission-school-buses
- EPA Pollution Prevention: https://www.epa.gov/infrastructure/investments-pollution-prevention
Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council
- The Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council was established in 2015 and is charged with improving the transparency, predictability and outcomes of the Federal environmental review and authorization process for certain large-scale infrastructure projects. This includes infrastructure projects in the conventional energy production, renewable energy production, electricity transmission, surface transportation, aviation, ports and waterways, water resource, broadband, pipelines, manufacturing, mining, and carbon capture sectors that meet certain criteria. Additional information can be found in this Overview of FAST-41 and the Permitting Council or at https://www.permits.performance.gov/
- To contact the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council, please email FAST.FortyOne@fpisc.gov
- On March 6, the Biden Administration offered new instructions for agency leaders attempting to speed up the environmental review and permitting process for major energy and infrastructure projects. A memo issued to department heads offers guidance for agencies to comply with the Biden administration’s permitting “action plan” that it rolled out last year. The memo — signed by Office of Management and Budget Director Shalanda Young, Council on Environmental Quality Chair Brenda Mallory, and Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council Executive Director Christine Harada — marks the administration’s latest move on revamping the often-lengthy permitting process. The new guidance includes details for agencies about how to establish clear timeline goals and about which infrastructure projects should be included on a federal permitting “dashboard.” For more information, see the permitting memo.
- The Biden Administration has released a new Permitting Action Plan to strengthen and accelerate Federal permitting and environmental reviews by fully leveraging existing permitting authorities, as well as new provisions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The Action Plan outlines the Administration’s strategy for ensuring that Federal environmental reviews and permitting processes are effective, efficient, and transparent, guided by the best available science to promote positive environmental and community outcomes, and shaped by early and meaningful public engagement. Resources: Fact Sheet; Action Plan
- The Biden-Harris Administration released a permitting action plan to strengthen and accelerate Federal permitting and environmental reviews by fully leveraging existing permitting authorities, as well as new provisions in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The fact sheet can be found here, and the action plan can be found here.
Additional Federal Resources
- USDA Rural Development (RD) announced that they are accepting applications through the Rural Business Development Grant program, intended to improve rural transportation systems in rural communities through training and technical assistance. Eligible applicants include national organizations that are equipped to provide training and technical assistance. Applicants must submit their applications to their local USDA office by April 19, 2023, at 4:30 PM local time. Additional information is available on page 3376 of the Jan. 19, 2023, Federal Register. For more information, see the full stakeholder announcement by USDA RD.
- The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) has announced the Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE) initiative, aiming to support regional economic development through large scale, multi state projects across Appalachia using IIJA funding. Funding for Multi-State projects is now available, with application accepted on a rolling basis. For more information, visit the ARISE webpage here.
- The Department of the Interior’s Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) has announced the final rule extending the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund program through 2034, along with other changes to the program. The final rule extends OSMRE’s ability to collect reclamation fees for an additional 13 years and reduces the fee rates by 20%. More information on the extension of this program can be found at the announcement here.
- On July 21, 2022, the U.S. Department of the Interior released final guidance for the FY2022 funding available for the Reclaiming Abandoned Mine Lands program. The main components of the final guidance include encouraging states and Tribes to prioritize projects that invest in disadvantaged communities, incorporate public review and comment into the selection of projects, design projects to maximize the amount of methane that can be reduced and prioritize employment of current of current and former coal industry workers. The media release can be found here and the final guidance can be accessed here.
- The White House has published an inaugural list of programs covered under the Justice40 Initiative. The Justice40 Initiative was established in Executive Order 14008 on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad. Justice40 covered programs are Federal programs that make covered investments in any one of the following seven categories: climate change, clean energy and energy efficiency, clean transit, affordable and sustainable housing, training and workforce development, remediation and reduction of legacy pollution, and the development of critical clean water and wastewater infrastructure. Existing and new programs, including those created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, that make covered investments in any of these categories are considered Justice40 covered programs. The list of covered programs can be found here.
- On July 6, the U.S. Department of Labor announced that $140 million has been made available to state workforce/labor agencies for training dollars. Applicants must advise whether they are targeting one of four priority industries: infrastructure, climate and economy or the care economy. Funding applications must be submitted no later than August 4, 2022. Please see relevant information on the opportunity here.
- In June, the Biden Administration announced it is launching a summer-long Talent Pipeline Challenge to enable partnerships and encourage investments for training around three key infrastructure sectors—Construction, Broadband, & Electrification (EV charging infrastructure and battery manufacturing). The Challenge is a nationwide call to action for employers, education and training providers, state, territorial, local and Tribal governments and philanthropic organizations to support workforce development. For states, territories and localities, the Talent Pipeline Challenge asks governments to use federal funding to investment in workforce development efforts in these critical sectors, serve as a regional convenor of employers, training and community partners to identify workforce needs and develop plans, serve as a model employer, encourage contractors to use local/economic hiring preferences and adapt career and technical education plans. You can find more information on the Challenge in the Fact Sheet here.
- On April 18, 2022, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget issued initial guidance on implementing a Buy America preference in federal financial assistance for infrastructure (including IIJA). This initial guidance relates to iron and steel, manufactured products and construction materials. The initial guidance can be found here.
- On April 14, 2022, the Administration announced the release of Agency Equity Action Plans to advance equity and racial justice across the Federal Government. The White House Fact Sheet can be found here. The Department of Transportation’s Equity Action Plan be found here, the Department of Commerce’s Equity Action Plan is here and the Department of Energy’s can be found here.
- Fact Sheet: The Biden-Harris Action Plan for Building Better School Infrastructure
- The Department of the Interior announced on February 7 that it had allocated nearly $725 million in FY22 Funding from the $11.3 billion abandoned mine lands reclamation program.
- On January 31, the Department of the Interior announced that $1.15 billion in funding has been made available to states for the Orphaned Well Site Plugging, Remediation, And Restoration program.
- The Interagency Working Group on Coal and Power Plant Communities and Economic Revitalization has updated its website with a centralized clearinghouse for federal funding sources, including IIJA programs. The funding opportunities page can be found here.
- FCC EBB/Affordable Connectivity Program: https://www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit
- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released a statement highlighting investments in NOAA mapping, forecasting, and modeling.
- The Congressional Research Service released a report on the broadband provisions.
- Army Corps CRS Overview: https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/IN/IN11723
- White House Fact Sheet: Competitive Infrastructure Funding Opportunities for Local Governments
- Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) – Additional Low-Income Energy Assistance Program Funds – $100 million from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) to help families pay their outstanding heating and cooling bills. The funding is in addition to existing LIHEAP appropriations and is the first installment of the five-year, $500 million investment in the program provided from the IIJA.
Full details of all programs in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, including real-time updates, are available in a searchable table below.
NGA Infrastructure Resource Pages
Calendar of Upcoming IIJA Funding Opportunities and Milestones
- Ongoing – Applications open for Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program (including new TIFIA 49 initiative)
- Ongoing – Applications for Drinking Water and Clean Water State Revolving Funds
- May 23, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Carbon Capture Demonstration Projects Program
- May 25, 2023 – Submission Deadline for Full Applications for DOE’s Increasing Utilization and Reliability of Electric Infrastructure with Grid-Enhancing Technologies (GET)
- May 26, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Technical Assistance for the Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program
- May 30, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s State Manufacturing Leadership Program (Section 40534)
- May 31, 2023 – Applications due for DOE (40101(d)) Preventing Outages and Enhancing the Resilience of the Electric Grid Program (Deadline extended from March 31, 2023)
- May 31, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Civil Nuclear Credit Program
June 1, 2023 to June 2024
- June 1, 2023 – Applications due for DOI’s Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Program (part of WaterSMART program)
- June 5, 2023 – Concept papers due for DOE’s Section 41006(A)(2): U.S. Tidal Energy Advancement Program
- June 5, 2023 – Concept Papers due for DOE’s Competitive Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program
- June 6, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Center of Excellence on New Mobility and Automated Vehicles Funding Opportunity
- June 8, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program Section 40209
- June 13, 2023 – Applications for FY22 and FY23 funding for USDOT’s and USDOE’s Joint Office Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program (corridor and community programs)
- June 16, 2023 – Concept papers due for the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation’s Ride and Drive Electric, Fiscal Year 2023 Funding Opportunity
- June 16, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) Pilot Demonstrations Program
- June 20, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Section 243: Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives Program
- June 21, 2023 – Applications due in response to FOA for DOE’s Carbon Capture Large-Scale Pilot Projects
- June 22, 2023 – Letters of Intent due for DOE’s Maintaining and Enhancing Hydroelectricity Incentives Program
- June 23, 2023 – Applications due for DOI’s National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program
- June 26, 2023 – Concept papers due for USDOE’s Vehicle Technology Office Program Wide Funding Opportunity Announcement
- June 26, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities Grant Program
- June 26, 2023 – Applications due for DOT’s Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program
- June 28, 2023 – Submission deadline for Applications for DOE’s Energy Improvement in Rural Areas Program
- June 28, 2023 – Applications dur for USDOT’s Development and Deployment of Innovative Asphalt Pavement Technologies Funding Opportunity
- June 30, 2023 – Applications due for EPA’s Southeast New England Program (SNEP) 2023 Stormwater and Natural Infrastructure Grant Program
- July 3, 2023 – Applications due for FRA’s FY22-23 Rail Research and Development Center of Excellence Program
- July 7, 2023 – Applications to be submitted for round one of DOL’s Building Pathways to Infrastructure Jobs Grant Program
- July 10, 2023 – Applications due for DOT’s Safe Streets and Roads for All Funding Opportunity
- July 10, 2023 – Applications due for DOI’s Bureau of Land Management Colorado Good Neighbor Authority Funding Opportunity
- July 10, 2023 – Applications due for Federal Railway Administration’s Interstate Rail Compact opportunity
- July 13, 2023 – Pre-applications due for DOE’s Energy Improvement in Rural or Remote Areas (ERA) Fixed Award Grant Program
- July 17, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Ferry Service for Rural Communities Program
- July 17, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Passenger Ferry Grant Program
- July 19, 2023 – Full Applications due for DOE’s Clean Hydrogen, Electrolysis, Manufacturing and Recycling Program
- July 25, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Section 41006(A)(2): U.S. Tidal Energy Advancement Program
- July 26, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s FY2022-2023 funding for the Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities Grant Program
- July 28, 2023 – Applications due for the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation’s Ride and Drive Electric, Fiscal Year 2023 Funding Opportunity
- July 28, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Energy Improvement in Rural or Remote Areas Funding Opportunity
- July 28, 2023 – Applications due for FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Outreach Grant Program – Tribal Competitive Outreach Program (TCOP)
- July 31, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) Program
- August 1, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program (WCPP) Funding Opportunity
- August 3, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Funding Opportunity Announcement for Energy Improvements at Nonprofits
- August 4, 2023 – Full applications due for DOE’s Industrial Decarbonization and Emissions Reduction Demonstration-to-Deployment Funding Opportunity Announcement (IIJA and IRA program)
- August 7, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Competitive Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program
- August 11, 2023 – Full Applications due for USDOE’s Vehicle Technology Office Program Wide Funding Opportunity Announcement
- August 18, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) Program
- August 22, 2023 – Applications due for EPA’s 2023 Clean School Bus (CSB) Grant Program
- August 3, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Funding Opportunity Announcement for Energy Improvements at Nonprofits
- August 31, 2023 – Applications due for DOE’s Clean Energy Demonstration Program on Current and Former Mine Land (CEML)
- August 31, 2023 – Applications deadline for Tribes for FY22 and FY23 grants under the Grid Resilience State and Tribal Formula Grants Program
- October 6, 2023 – Full applications due for DOE’s Maintaining and Enhancing Hydroelectricity Incentives Program
- October 12, 2023 – Full applications due for DOE’s Energy Improvement in Rural or Remote Areas (ERA) Fixed Award Grant Program
- December 31, 2023 – Full applications close for DOI’s National Fish Passage Program
- January 31, 2024 – Local and Tribal Government Applications due for DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program
- June 14, 2024 – Applications due for round two of DOL’s Building Pathways to Infrastructure Jobs Grant Program
NGA Infrastructure Library
Meet The Team
- Tom Curtin, Program Director, Infrastructure
- Steve Fugelsang, Program Director, Cybersecurity
- Dan Lauf, Program Director, Energy
- Richard Lukas, Legislative Director
- Jessica Rackley, Program Director, Energy & Environment
- Rachael Stephens Parker, Program Director, Workforce Development and Economic Policy
- Bevin Buchheister, Senior Policy Analyst, Energy & Environment
- Glenn Grimshaw, Senior Policy Analyst, Infrastructure
- Christopher Fletcher, Senior Policy Analyst, Energy
- Evan Blankenberger, Policy Coordinator
Federal Funds Information for States
The Federal Funds Information for States (FFIS) provides timely and rigorous research and analysis of the impact on states of federal budget actions. The FFIS has developed a detailed resource on IIJA programs, including state allocations. This resource can be found here. FFIS information is free to states that subscribe.
American Association Of State Highway And Transportation Officials
Government Finance Officers Association
National Association Of State Energy Officials
Additional Association Resources
- National Association of State Chief Information Officers – Events calendar
- National Association of State Procurement Officials – ValuePoint cooperative contracts
- Bipartisan Policy Center – Table of major competitive grants
- Council of Infrastructure Financing Authorities – Analysis on IIJA and Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Rebuilding America: The Next Phase of Infrastructure
- National Association of State Budget Officers: Weekly Washington Report
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IIJA Formula and Competitive Grant Program Tracker
This resource presents information on all known formula and competitive grant programs in the IIJA. This resource has been developed to assist States and Territories navigate the IIJA programs and to easily access and see latest actions and upcoming milestones. The data is based on the best available information at the time. The tracker will be revised periodically. For any questions or comments, please reach out to email@example.com.
Click the + sign next to an entry for a description of the program and Federal cost share information.
|AGENCY||CATEGORY||NAME OF PROGRAM||AMOUNT ($billions) FY 2022-2026||NEW OR EXISTING PROGRAM||TYPE||DESCRIPTION||ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS||FEDERAL COST SHARE||LATEST ACTIONS / UPCOMING MILESTONES||TRIBES ELIGIBLE?||WORKFORCE FUNDING ELIGIBLE?||CYBERSECURITY ELIGIBLE?||JUSTICE40 PROGRAM|
|ARC||Other||Appalachian Regional Commission Funds||$0.80||Existing||N/A||The ARC is engaged in planning for the allocation of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law advance appropriations for fiscal years 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026. Programs funded by those appropriations will support activities that help bring the 13-State Appalachian Region into economic parity with the Nation.||States, local governments, non profits||Maximum ARC share ranges from 30 percent-80 percent, depending on the county’s level of economic distress. Appalachian Regional Commission participation can increase the allowable Federal share up to 100 percent in a grant. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Applications open and grant proposals due on a rolling deadline for the new Appalachian Regional Initiative for Strong Economies (ARISE) program||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) Studies for Production of Critical Minerals and Materials (CMM) from Coal-Based Resources (41003(b))||0.03||New||Competitive||Funding will produce FEED studies that will accelerate the application of extraction and processing technologies for producing critical minerals from our abundant national sources of coal and coal by-products.||80%||October 26, 2022 - Notice of Intent issued (Funding Opportunity Announcement expected first quarter of the calendar year 2023)|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Water Power Projects: Stakeholder Insight into Hydropower R&D Issues (s. 41006)||0.04||New||Competitive||To support the efforts of diverse hydropower stakeholders to discuss and find paths forward on topics that include U.S. hydropower fleet modernization, hydropower system sustainability, and hydropower facilities’ environmental impact.||State and local government, institutions of higher education, for-profit entities, non-profit entities.||November 18, 2022 - Submission deadline closed for FY2022 funding||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfields Training, Research, and Technical Assistance Grant||0.04||Existing||Competitive||Funding to eligible entities to provide training, research, and technical assistance to facilitate the inventory of brownfield sites, site assessments, remediation of brownfield sites, community involvement, or site preparation.||Local government, States, Tribes, nonprofits etc.||February 14, 2023 - Applications closed for EPA's Guidelines for Brownfields Training, Research, and Technical Assistance Grant||Yes||Yes|
|ARC||Other||Appalachian Area Development : Allocations to ARC States||$0.10||Existing||Program will provide Area Base Development Program grant allocations to ARC States for activities that help bring the 13-State Appalachian Region into economic parity with the Nation. Each State will operate its own competitive application process.||States, local governments, non profits||Maximum ARC share ranges from 30 percent-80 percent, depending on the county’s level of economic distress. Appalachian Regional Commission participation can increase the allowable Federal share up to 100 percent in a grant. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Yes||Yes - eligible project type||Yes|
|ARC||Other||Appalachian Area Development : Regional Multistate Initiative||$0.08||Existing||Competitive||Program will provide support for multistate regional economic and community development projects throughout the ARC region through planning and implementation grants reviewed and awarded on a rolling basis.||States, local governments, non profits||Maximum ARC share ranges from 30 percent-80 percent, depending on the county’s level of economic distress. Appalachian Regional Commission participation can increase the allowable Federal share up to 100 percent in a grant. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Yes||Yes - eligible program type||Yes|
|ARC||Other||Appalachian Area Development : Community Capacity Initiative||$0.01||Existing||Funds will be used for development of large-scale project development assistance including, but not limited to, continuing and expanding on the Commission’s current community capacity pilot, providing significant amounts in direct support to Non-Profits, State/Local Governments, and Local Development Districts for community capacity activities, and deploy resources flexibly to meet the growing need for community-specific capacity activities.||States, local governments, non profits||Maximum Appalachian Regional Commission share ranges from 30 percent-80 percent, depending on the county’s level of economic distress. Appalachian Regional Commission participation can increase the allowable Federal share up to 100 percent in a grant. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||December 31, 2022 - First round of funding closed||Yes||Yes|
|Denali Commission||Broadband||Denali Commission Broadband Funding||$0.00||Existing||Competitive||Program to assist rural Alaskan communities in planning and build-out of modern broadband capabilities.||States, Tribal governments (federally recognized), counties, cities / townships, SPDs, etc.||Maximum Denali share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||May 13, 2022 – Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes - workforce development is an eligible project type||Yes|
|Denali Commission||Other||Denali Commission Funding||$0.07||Existing||Competitive||States, Tribal Governments (Federally recognized), counties, cities / townships, public higher edu, non profits, Public Housing Authorities, Indian Housing Authorities||Maximum Denali share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||May 13, 2022 – Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes|
|Denali Commission||Other||Denali Commission: Village Infrastructure Protection||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||Program to assist rural Alaskan communities that are threatened by erosion, flooding and permafrost degradation.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized), Higher-Ed., etc.||Maximum Denali share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||May 13, 2022 – Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes - workforce development is an eligible project type||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Technology Commercialization Fund: Carbon Dioxide Removal, Measurement, Reporting and Verification Best Practices and Capabilities Lab Call||0.9% of DOE's Research, Development, Demonstration and Commercial Application funding||Existing||Competitive||Lab call aims to support the development of measurement, reporting and verification tools and protocols to enable carbon dioxide removal commercialization at scale.||DOE National Laboratories and Facilities||100%||March 3, 2023 - Applications closed|
|Denali Commission||Other||Denali Commission: Workforce Development||$0||Existing||Competitive||Program aimed at enhancing relevant skills of rural Alaskan community members to meet current demands.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized), Public Higher-Ed. etc.||Maximum Denali share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||May 13, 2022 – Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DHS||Resilience||State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program||$1.00||New||Formula||Makes available Federal funds to State, local, and Tribal governments to address cybersecurity risks and cybersecurity threats to information systems that they own or operate. The Department of Homeland Security is also separately administering the statutory Tribal set-aside funding as its own Tribal Cybersecurity Grant Program under this authority.||States, territories, Tribal governments, and multi entity groups of two or more||Fiscal year 2022 for individual recipients: 90 percent Federal; 10 percent Non-Federal; for multi-entity groups: 100 percent Federal fiscal year 2023 for individual recipients: 80 percent Federal; 20 percent Non-Federal; for multi-entity groups: 90 percent Federal; 10 percent Non-Federal fiscal year 2024 for individual recipients: 70 percent Federal; 30 percent Non-Federal; for multi-entity groups: 80 percent Federal; 20 percent Non-Federal fiscal year 2025 for individual recipients: 60 percent Federal; 40 percent Non-Federal; for multi-entity groups: 70 percent Federal; 30 percent Non-Federal. Waivers are available.||November 15, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes|
|DHS||Resilience||Cyber Response and Recovery||$0.10||New||N/A||Establishes the Cyber Response and Recovery Fund that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency can tap into in the event of a significant cyber incident when other resources are insufficient.||Federal, State, local, tribal, and territorial, public and private entities||No non-federal cost share required||Funding triggered by Secretary's determination of a Significant incident||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Solar and Wind Grid Services and Reliability Demonstration||0.1||Competitive||Provides funding to demonstrate the capability of large-scale solar and wind plants to provide grid services to the bulk power grid as well as improving grid reliability.||States, local governments, Tribes, for-profit entities, non-profit entities.||November 17, 2022 -Applications closed|
|DHS||Resilience||Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Research||$0.07||New||Competitive||Oversees activities performed under the IIJA and reports to Congress on the progress of Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Research program’s research and development activities.||National labs, federally funded research, development centers, academia, industry, etc.|
|DHS||Resilience||Physical Security||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||Provides a layered and integrated capability to safely screen for potential threat items in unstructured crowds within soft-target venues and crowded spaces without impact to the speed of travel while maintaining individual privacy.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers|
|DHS||Resilience||Sector Risk management Agencies||$0.04||Existing||Direct federal||The requested funding will allow the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to sustain coordinated support for Sector Risk Management Agencies across the Federal government, cultivating sector-specific expertise within the agency.||Federal (DHS/CISA)||N/A||Yes|
|DHS||Resilience||Cybersecurity||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||Researches, analyzes, and develops technologies to strengthen defensive cybersecurity capabilities in a spectrum of strategic technical areas to mitigate risk to the Nation’s critical infrastructure, Federal departments and agencies, as well as State, territorial, Tribal and local organizations.||National labs, federally funded research, development centers, academia, industry, etc.||Yes|
|DHS||Resilience||Probabilistic Analysis of National threats, Hazards, and Risks||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||This program addresses biological, chemical, and hazard knowledge gaps to inform defensive strategies that provide accurate, useful, and defensible knowledge and tools to stakeholders in time to enable risk-informed decision-making pertinent for defense against weapons of mass destruction threats to the homeland.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers|
|DHS||Resilience||Countering Violent Extremism||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||This Program aims to conduct evidence-based research to meet the policy, operational, and public needs to improve effectiveness of public safety and violence prevention efforts implemented by Federal, State, territorial, Tribal, local, and non-governmental stakeholders.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers|
|DOC - NOAA||Resilience||Flood and Inundation Mapping and Forecasting, Water Modeling and Precipitation Studies||0.492||Existing||Competitive||To deliver operational, continental-scale coastal and inland flood models and mapping capabilities.||States and localities, Tribes, Institutes of Higher Ed., nonprofits||100%||March 17, 2023 - Applications due||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Resilience||Climate Adaptation Partnerships Program||0.005||Existing||Competitive||To improve capabilities to better inform decisions to protect life and property, and mitigate flooding and wildfire impacts to the US population and economy.||State and local governments, Tribes, research institutions, nonprofit organizations||February 1, 2023 - Letters of Intent was Due||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Financial Assistance to Facilities that Purchase and Process Byproducts for Ecosystem Restoration Projects||$0.40||Existing||Competitive||To manage programs with authority to dispose of National Forest System timber and non-timber forest products harvested for commercial, personal and Tribal use.||States, Tribes||Yes|
|DHS||Resilience||First Responder Capability||$0.00||Existing||Competitive||This program develops and transitions technologies, information, procedures, and concept of operations to aid first responders, emergency managers, and incident commanders as they respond to hazardous situations.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers|
|DHS||Resilience||Explosives Threat Assessment||$0.00||Existing||Competitive||This program researches and identifies current and potential explosive threats to understand the risk posed to the US, strengthens aviation security by bolstering the international aviation security system, improves security processes and technologies, and encourages partnerships with industry.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers|
|DHS||Resilience||Network & System Security & Investment||$0.00||Existing||Competitive||This program produces the technologies needed to secure information and software that resides on the networks and systems that make up the Internet. It provides analytic tools for the law enforcement community to investigate crimes committed in cyberspace.||Academia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers||Yes|
|DHS-Coast Guard||Ports and Waterways||Major Shore, Housing, Aids to Navigation, Survey and Design||$0.43||Existing||Direct Federal||Supports procurement, construction and improvement projects to address shore facility infrastructure and housing construction, replacement, upgrade or improvement needs; construction and improvements to buoys and structures assisting navigation on federal waterways, and survey design required for future year projects.||Coast Guard||No non-federal cost share required||October 2022, Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022|
|DHS - FEMA||Resilience||Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)||$1.00||Existing||Competitive||Makes Federal funds available to States, U.S territories, Federally recognized Tribal governments, and local communities for hazard mitigation activities.||State/Local Government/Territories/Tribes||75% Federal / 25% non-Federal; 90 percent Federal / 10% non-Federal for economically disadvantaged rural communities; 100% Federal on management costs for all.||January 27, 2023 - Applications closed for FY2022 BRIC funding round||Yes||Yes|
|DHS - FEMA||Resilience||Hazard Mitigation Revolving Loan Funds / Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation (STORM) Act||$0.50||New||Competitive||Capitalization grants to State and eligible Tribal governments for the establishment of revolving loan funds to provide hazard mitigation assistance to local governments.||A State (includes Puerto Rico and District of Columbia) or a Tribal Government that has received a major disaster declaration during the 5-year period ending on the date of enactment of the STORM Act.||90% Federal/10% Non-Federal; however, if a participating entity provides less than the 10% non-Federal share, the grant will be reduced to 10 times the non-Federal share provided by the participating entity||April 28, 2023 - Applications due||Yes|
|DHS - FEMA||Clean Energy and Power||National Dam Safety Program||$0.20||Existing||Competitive/formula||To encourage establishment and maintenance of effective state programs to ensure dam, safety. A partnership of state, federal agencies and other stakeholders.||States||July 15 - Applications closed for FY22 grants|
|DHS - FEMA||Clean Energy and Power||Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams||$0.59||Existing||Competitive/formula||Makes available federal funds to eligible states for pass-through to non-federal governmental organizations or nonprofit organizations for the rehabilitation of dams that fail to meet minimum dam safety standards and pose unacceptable risk to life and property||States|
|DOC - NOAA||Resilience||National Oceans and Coastal Security Fund||$0.49||Existing||Competitive||Supports the National Coastal Resilience Fund which restores, increases and strengthens natural infrastructure to protect coastal communities while also enhancing habitats for fish and wildlife. Invests in conservation projects that restore or expand natural features such as coastal marshes and wetlands, dune and beach systems, oyster and coral reefs, forests, coastal rivers and floodplains, and barrier islands that minimize the impacts of storms and other naturally occurring events on nearby communities.||States, territories, tribes, local, non profits||No non-federal cost share||April 21, 2022 - Notice of Funding Opportunity for FY 2022 closed||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Resilience||Wildfire||$0.05||Existing||N/A||NOAA will improve weather, smoke, and fire behavior forecasts. Working with federal, state, local, tribal, and academic partners, NOAA will advance tactical fire fighting decisions, improve risk management and resource planning, and increase understanding of the impacts of these fires on human health.||No non-federal cost share required||Funding likely to be distributed internally at this stage, so not external NOFO at this time||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Fish Passage||$0.40||Existing||Competitive||Restoring fish passage by removing in-stream barriers and providing technical assistance.||Non-Profit 501(C) Organizations, State and Territorial Government Agencies, Local Governments, Municipal Governments, Tribal Governments and Organizations, Educational Institutions, for-profit agencies||No non-Federal cost share required||August 15, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 restoring fish passage through Barrier Removal program. Applications close for Restoring Tribal Priority Fish Passage through Barrier Removal Grants on August 29, 2022||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Marine Debris||$0.15||Existing||Competitive||To investigate and prevent the adverse impacts of marine debris.||States, local, tribal governments and organizations, non-profits, education institutions etc.||50% federal/50% non-federal||October 5, 2022 - Applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Environmental Remediation||Sea Grant Marine Debris Community Action Coalitions||$0.02||Existing||This program provides funds to support the creation of coalitions and partnerships to address marine debris prevention and removal. Workforce development is among the eligible uses of these funds.||October 27, 2022 - Applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Marine Debris||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||To investigate and prevent the adverse impacts of marine debris.||States, local, Tribal Governments (Federally recognized and non-federally recognized), special districts, Higher-Ed, etc.||33% federal/67% non-federal. Waivers are available.||October 5, 2022 - Applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||National Estuarine Research Reserve System||$0.08||Existing||Competitive||The National Estuarine Research Reserve System consists of estuarine areas of the United States and its territories designated and managed for research and educational purposes.||States, Territories||No non-federal cost share required|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Regional Ocean Partnerships||$0.06||Existing||Competitive||Regional Ocean Partnerships are regional organizations voluntarily convened by Governors working in collaboration with other governments (including Tribal, Federal, and local) and stakeholders to address ocean and coastal issues of common concern in that region.||States, territories, tribal governments||No non-federal cost share required||September 13, 2022 - Applications closed for Tribal Engagement in Regional Ocean Partnership||Yes|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Consultations and Permitting||$0||Existing||Direct Federal||Funding for the National Marine Fisheries Service to conducts consultations with Federal action agencies under both the Endangered Species Act and the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act.||Internal||No non-federal cost share required||N/A|
|DOC - NOAA||Other||Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund||$0.17||Existing||Competitive||Continues existing program to reverse the declines of Pacific salmon and steelhead.||States and Tribes||68% per cent federal/33% non-federal. Waivers are available.||March 6, 2023 - Applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment Program (BEAD)||$42.45||New||Formula||For broadband planning, deployment, and adoption projects. Each State, D.C, and P.R. will receive an allocation of at least $100 million and the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands will each receive $25 million. Each State will receive initial funding of $5 million and each territory will receive initial funding of $1.25 million to support broadband planning efforts including building capacity in State broadband offices and outreach with local communities. Following submission of 5-year Action Plans, the remaining funding will be distributed based on a formula that considers the number of unserved and high-cost locations in the State, based on the maps to be published by the FCC.||States, territories, D.C.||25% federal/75% non-federal. Waivers are available.||August 15, 2022 - Initial Planning Funds application closed||Yes||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||Middle Mile Grants Program||$1.00||New||Competitive||Funding for the construction, improvement or acquisition of middle mile infrastructure.||States, territories, ISPs, local entities, tribal governments, Native entities||Federal award may not exceed 70% of total project cost/At least 30% non-federal||30 September 2022 – Applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||State Digital Equity Capacity Grant||$1.44||New||Competitive||The State Digital Equity Capacity Grant Program dedicates a $1.44 billion formula grant program for States, Territories, Tribal governments, Alaska Native entities, Native Hawaiian organizations distributed via annual grant programs over five years to implement digital equity projects and support the implementation of digital equity plans.||States, Territories, D.C., Tribal governments, Alaska Native entities, Native Hawaiian organizations||Federal share up to 90% of project cost. Waivers are available.||May 1, 2023 - Comments due in response to NTIA's Request for Comment on the State Digital Equity Capacity Program and Competitive Digital Equity Program||Yes||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||State Digital Equity Competitive Grant||$1.25||New||Competitive||The Digital Equity Competitive Grant Program is a $1.25 billion discretionary grant program distributed via annual grant programs over five years to implement digital equity projects.||Local Education Agency; State Governments, including any political subdivisions of the State; Tribal/Native American Governments; Alaska Native Entities; and Native Hawaiian Organizations, Non-Profit Organizations; Community Anchor Institutions; and Workforce Development Programs||Federal share up to 90% of project cost. Waivers are available.||May 1, 2023 - Comments due in response to NTIA's Request for Comment on the State Digital Equity Capacity Program and Competitive Digital Equity Program||Yes||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||State Digital Equity Planning Grant||$0.06||New||Competitive||The State Digital Equity Planning Grant Program is a $60 million formula grant program for States and territories to develop digital equity plans.||States, territories, D.C., Indian Tribes, Alaska Native entities and Native Hawaiian organizations||No non-federal matching requirement||12 July 2022, Planning Grant applications closed||Yes|
|DOC - NTIA||Broadband||Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program||$2.00||Existing||Competitive||The Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program provides grants for broadband infrastructure deployment; affordable broadband programs; distance learning, telehealth, digital inclusion efforts; and broadband adoption activities.||Tribal Governments, Tribal organizations, Tribal Colleges or Universities, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands on behalf of the Native Hawaiian Community, and Alaska Native Corporations. ||TBD||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Electric drive vehicle battery recycling and 2nd life apps||$0.20||New||Competitive||For research, development, and demonstration of electric vehicle battery recycling and second-life applications for vehicle batteries.||States, local governments, Tribal Nations, non-profit entities, for-profit entities, US citizens and lawful permanent residents||November 16, 2022 - Selections announced||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Civil Nuclear Credit Program||$6.00||New||Competitive||To establish a Civil Nuclear Credit (CNC) Program to prevent premature retirements of existing commercial nuclear reactors due to economic factors. The CNC Program will certify nuclear reactors for program eligibility, establish a process to accept sealed bids for credits from certified nuclear reactors, allocate credits to certified nuclear reactors and conduct periodic audits.||Certified nuclear reactors||N/A||May 31, 2023 - Applications due||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Battery Materials Processing Grants||$3.00||New||Competitive||Grants for battery material processing to ensure that the US has a viable battery materials processing industry. Funds can also be used to expand domestic capacities in battery manufacturing and enhance processing capacity.||State and local governments, non profits, higher ed, etc.||50% or above federal cost share||October 19, 2022 - Selections for FY22 funding released||Yes - the IIJA directs the Secretary to prioritize applicants who partner with Tribes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Battery Manufacturing and Recycling Grants||$3.00||New||Competitive||To provide grants to ensure the US has a viable domestic manufacturing and recycling capability to support a North American battery supply chain.||State and local governments, non profits, higher ed, etc.||50% or above federal cost share||October 19, 2022 - Funding allocations for FY22 announced||Yes - the IIJA directs the Secretary to prioritize applicants who partner with Tribes||Yes||Yes|
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs||$8.00||New||Competitive||To support the development of at least 4 regional clean hydrogen hubs to improve clean hydrogen production, processing, delivery, storage and end use.||State and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities, etc.||TBD||April 7, 2023 - Full Application Deadline||Yes||Yes - applicants are expected to include a workforce development plan||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Clean Hydrogen Manufacturing Recycling Research, Development and Demonstration Program (now part of the $1.5 billion Clean Hydrogen, Manufacturing and Recycling Program)||$0.50||New||Competitive||Provides federal assistance to advance new clean hydrogen production, processing, delivery, storage, and use equipment manufacturing technologies and techniques.||Nonprofit and for-profit private entities, institutions of higher ed., national laboratories, consortia, state and local governments, Tribes and Tribal organizations, and other entities deemed eligible by the Secretary.||TBD||April 19, 2023 - Concept Papers due for DOE's Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis, Manufacturing and Recycling Program|
July 19, 2023 - Full Applications due for DOE's Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis, Manufacturing and Recycling Program
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Rare Earth Elements Demonstration Facility||$0.16||New||Competitive||To demonstrate the feasibility of a full-scale integrated rare earth element extraction and separation facility and refinery.||Industry Partner||November 21, 2022 - Applications closed in response to Funding Opportunity Announcement||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Grid Resilience Planning and Resources Hub (under s. 40101)||New||Competitive||To provide assistance to states, territories, tribes, and others to enhance their ability to plan and implement strategies for improving the resilience of systems that deliver electric power.||Universities, private sector firms, non-profits,||November 21, 2022 - Comments closed in response to Request for Information|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Transmission Facilitation Program||$2.50||New||Competitive||To facilitate construction of electric power transmission lines and related facilities to enable greater clean energy growth and provide low-cost clean energy to more Americans||Transmission Developers||N/A||February 1, 2023 - Request for Proposals due for DOE's Transmission Facilitation Program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Program - Grid Innovation Program (s. 40103)||$5.00||New||Competitive||To provide federal financial assistance to demonstrate innovative approaches to transmission, storage and distribution infrastructure to harden and enhance resiliency and reliability and to demonstrate new approaches to enhance regional grid resilience.||State, combination of 2 or more States; Indian Tribes; units of local government, and/or public utility commissions.||At least 20% federal cost share for a funded research and development activity, unless the activity is of a basic nature. A 50% federal cost share of total costs for a funded demonstration and commercial application activity.||May 19, 2023 - Full Application due||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Preventing Outages and Enhancing Resilience of the Electric Grid (section 40101(d))||$2.30||New||Formula||To make grants to eligible entities to prevent outages and enhance the resilience of the electricity grid||States, Territories, D.C. and Tribes (can subgrant to electric grid operators, electricity storage operators, electricity generators, transmission owners or operators, distribution providers, fuel suppliers).||Federal 85%/States, Territories and Tribes 15% (Federal share is 50% to subgrantees or 66% if a small utility)||May 31, 2023 - Application deadline for FY22 and FY23 Funding |
August 31, 2023 - Application deadline for Tribes
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Power Marketing Administration Transmission Borrowing Authority||$10.00||Existing||Competitive||Borrowing authority for the Bonneville Power Authority (BPA) to assist in the financing of the construction, acquisition and replacement of the federal Columbia River Power System.||Entities that assist in implementing the Construction, Acquisition, And Replacement of The Federal Columbia River Power System||N/A||September 30, 2022 - The Administrator must issue an updated financial plan by the end of FY 2022|
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Four Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs (s. 40308)||$3.50||New||Competitive||Funding for eligible projects that contribute to the development of four regional direct air capture hubs.||Technology developers, industry, utilities, universities, national laboratories, engineering and construction firms, state and local governments, tribal, environmental groups and community based organizations.||TBD||March 13, 2023 - Applications closed||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Program - Smart Grid Grants (s. 40107)||$3.00||New||Competitive||Investment in qualifying Smart Grid investments that allow buildings to engage in demand flexibility or Smart Grid functions. Eligible investments include metering, control and other devises, sensors, and software, communications and broadband technologies and so forth||Utilities||50 per cent cost-share of total costs||March 17, 2023 - Full Applications due||Yes|
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Capture Demonstration Projects Program||$2.54||New||Competitive||Establishes a carbon capture technology program for the development of 6 facilities to demonstrate transformational technologies that will significantly improve the efficiency, effectiveness, cost, emissions reductions, and environmental performance of coal and natural gas use, including in manufacturing and industrial facilities||State and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.||TBD||March 28, 2023 - Letters of intent due|
May 23, 2023 - Applications due
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Storage Validation and Testing (s 40305)||$2.50||New||Competitive||Establish a program of research, development and demonstration for carbon storage||Technology developers, industry, utilities, universities, national laboratories, engineering and construction firms, state and local governments.||TBD||November 28, 2022 - Applications close for Phases III, III.5 and IVE Funding Opportunity||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||January 9, 2023 - Carbon Storage Technology Operations and Research (CarbonSTORE)||Existing||Competitive||To establish best approaches and options for developing field laboratories to catalyze the rapid development and field testing of technologies that would support a safe and affordable CCS industry.||January 9, 2023 - Responses to RFI due|
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Advanced Reactor Demonstration Program||$2.48||Existing||Competitive||To fund two large demonstrations of advanced nuclear reactors for electricity generation||Industry Partners, National Laboratories, and Engineering and Construction firms.||Agreements went into effect on 2/21 and 5/21; NRC licensing of reactors TBD||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Dioxide Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Program (CIFIA)||$2.10||New||Competitive||To establish and carry out a carbon dioxide transportation infrastructure finance and innovation program||State / Local / Public Authority||TBD||January 17, 1012 - Responses due on DOE's Request for Information on the CIFIA grant program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis (now part of the $1.5 billion Clean Hydrogen, Manufacturing and Recycling Program)||$1.00||New||Competitive||To establish a research, development, demonstration and deployment program for purposes of commercialization to improve the efficiency, increase the durability and reduce the cost of producing clean hydrogen electrolyzers.||Nonprofit and for-profit private entities, institutions of higher ed., national laboratories, consortia, state and local governments, tribes and tribal organizations, and other entities deemed eligible by the Secretary.||TBD||April 19, 2023 - Concept Papers due for DOE's Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis, Manufacturing and Recycling Program|
July 19, 2023 - Full Applications due for DOE's Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis, Manufacturing and Recycling Program
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Improvements in Rural and Remote Areas (s 40103(c))||$1.00||New||Competitive||In consultation with the Department of the Interior, will provide financial assistance to improve, in rural or remote areas of the US, the resilience, safety, reliability and availability of energy, as well as environmental protection from adverse impacts of energy generation||Cities, towns, or unincorporated areas with populations less than 10,000 inhabitants||TBD||June 28, 2023 - Submission deadline for Rural and and Remote Areas Program|
July 13, 2023 - Pre-applications due for Fixed Award Grant Program
October 12, 2023 - Full applications due for Fixed Award Grant Program
|DOE - OCED||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Capture Large-Scale Pilot Programs||$0.94||New||Competitive||To establish a carbon capture technology program for the development of transformational technologies that will significantly improve the efficiency, effectiveness, costs, emission reductions, and environmental performance of coal and natural gas use, including in manufacturing and industrial facilities||State and local governments Tribal governments, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.||TBD||April 5, 2023 - Concept papers due|
June 21, 2023 - Applications due
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Critical Material Innovation, Efficiency, And Alternatives||$0.60||New||Competitive||A program of research, development, demonstration and commercialization to develop alternatives to critical materials, to promote their efficient production and use and ensure a long-term secure and sustainable supply system||Industry Partner||TBD||September 9, 2022 - Comments in response to Request for Information closed||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Maintaining and Enhancing Hydroelectricity Incentives (also known as section 247)||$0.55||New||Competitive||To make incentive payments to the owners or operators of qualified hydroelectric facilities for capital improvements||Non-Federal owners of qualified hydroelectric facilities||N/A||June 22, 2023 - Letters of Intent due|
October 6, 2023 - Full Applications due
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program||$0.55||New||Competitive/Formula||To assist states, local governments and tribes to reduce energy use, reduce fossil fuel emissions, and improve energy efficiency.||State/Local Government/Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||April 28, 2023 - Pre-Award Information Sheet due for Formula Program|
June 5, 2023 - Concept Papers due for Competitive Program
July 31, 2023 - State and Territory Applications due for Formula Program
August 7, 2023 - Full Applications due for Competitive Program
January 31, 2024 - Local and Tribal Government Applications due for Formula Program
|DOE - OCED||Environmental Remediation||Clean Energy Demonstration Program on Current and Former Mine Land||$0.50||New||Competitive||To demonstrate the technical and economic viability of carrying out clean energy projects on current and former mine land. Up to five 5 clean energy projects are to be carried out in geographically diverse regions, at least 2 of which shall be solar projects.||Will be stipulated in competitive solicitation||May 11, 2023 - Concept papers due|
August 31, 2023 - Applications due
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Grants for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Improvements at Public School Facilities (Renew America Schools Grant Program)||$0.50||New||Competitive||To provide competitive grants to make energy efficiency, renewable energy and alternative fueled vehicle upgrades and improvements at public schools||Consortium of One Local Education Agency and one or more Schools, non-Profits, For-Profits, and Community Partners||TBD||January 26, 2023 - Concept Paper Submission due for Renew America's School Grant; April 21, 2023 - Full Application Submission Deadline for Renew America's School Grant||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Class Prize||New||Competitive||To fund demonstration projects that test and validate technologies that reduce industrial emissions, including for iron, steel, aluminum, cement, concrete, glass pulp paper, industrial ceramics and chemical production processes||Local Education Agencies||February 28, 2023 - Submission Deadline||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Industrial Emission Demonstration Projects||$0.50||New||Competitive||To fund demonstration projects that test and validate technologies that reduce industrial emissions, including for iron, steel, aluminum, cement, concrete, glass pulp paper, industrial ceramics and chemical production processes||State and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.||TBD||April 21, 2023 - Concept Papers due; August 4, 2023 - Full Applications due||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Purchase of Power and Transmission Services||$0.50||Existing||Competitive||For the Western Area Power Administration to purchase power and transmission services||Power Generation and Wheeling Providers||N/A||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Industrial Research and Assessment Center Implementation Grants||$0.40||New||Competitive||To fund upgrades for eligible small and medium sized manufacturers to improve energy efficiency, material efficacy, cybersecurity, or productivity, or reduce waste production, greenhouse gas emissions or non-greenhouse gas pollution||Small- and Medium-Sized Manufacturers||50%||Estimated opening date December 2022||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Storage Demonstration Pilot Grant Program||$0.36||New||Competitive||To enter into agreements to carry out three energy storage system demonstration projects||State and local governments Tribal organizations, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.||TBD||March 3, 2023 - Applications due||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Utilization Program||$0.31||New||Competitive||To establish a grant program for State and local governments to procure and use products derived from captured carbon oxides.||State / Local / Public Utility||TBD||February 2022 - comments closed in response to Request for Information. Estimated opening date Q4, 2022||Yes|
|DOE||Resilience||Cybersecurity for the Energy Sector Research, Development and Demonstration Program||$0.25||New||Competitive||To support development and deployment of advanced cyber applications, technologies, and threat collaboration efforts with the U.S. energy sector.||Utilities, National Labs, Manufacturers and Vendors||Estimated opening date, 2023.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Assisting Federal Facilities with Energy Conservation Technologies Grant Program||$0.25||Existing||Competitive||To provide aid to federal agencies that they can leverage with private capital to make energy and water efficiency upgrades to Federal buildings||Federal Agencies||No non-federal cost share required||November 27, 2024 - Applications due (FYI - Federal agency only)||Yes|
|DOE||Resilience||Rural And Municipal Utility Advances Cybersecurity Grant And Technical Assistance Program (s 40124)||$0.25||New||Competitive||To provide grants and technical assistance to, and enter into cooperative agreements with, eligible entities to protect against, detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity threats.||Rural Electric Cooperatives, Municipally-Owned Electric Utilities, Other State-Owned Utilities, Small Investor-Owned Utilities||December 19, 2022 - Public input in response to request for information due||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Advancing Equity Through Workforce Partnerships||$0.01||New||Competitive||Funds the development of workforce programs and partnerships that will facilitate the continued deployment of solar energy technologies.||States, local governments, Tribes, Institutes of higher education, for-profit entities, nonprofit entities||Encouraged but not required||December 6, 2022 - Deadline for full applications due||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Building Energy Codes Implementation for Efficiency and Resilience||$0.23||New||Competitive||A competitive grant program to enable sustained, cost-effective implementation of updated building energy codes||States and State Partnerships||March 27 - Applications close for DOE's Resilient and Efficient Codes Implementation Program||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Industrial Assessment Centers||$0.15||Existing||Competitive||To provide funding for institutions of higher education-based industrial research and assessment centers to identify opportunities for optimizing energy efficiency and environmental performance at manufacturing and other industrial facilities.||Institutions of Higher Education, Community College, Trade School, Or Union Training Program||None specified||May 5, 2023 - Concept Papers due for DOE's Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) Program|
July 31, 2023 - Applications due for DOE's Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) Program
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Long-Duration Energy Storage Demonstration Initiative and Joint Program||$0.15||New||Competitive||To establish a demonstration initiative composed of demonstration projects on the development of long-duration energy storage technologies||Technology Developers, Industry, State and Local Governments, Tribal Organizations, Community Based Organizations, National Laboratories, Universities, and Utilities.||TBD||December 22, 2022 - Letter of Intent due. March 3, 2023 - Applications due||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Rare Earth Security Activities||$0.13||New||Competitive||To conduct a program of research and development to improve the security of rare earth elements.||Industry Partner||TBD||Estimated opening date, Q1, 2023||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Battery and Critical Mineral Recycling||$0.13||New||Competitive||To award grants for research, development, and demonstration projects to create innovative and practical approaches to increase the reuse and recycling of batteries.||State and local governments, non profits, higher ed , industry, manufacture, private battery collection etc.||At least 20% of the total project cost||October 14, 2022 - Comments closed in response to Request for Information. Estimated opening date Q4 2022.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Hydroelectric Production Incentives||$0.13||Existing||Competitive||Provides incentive payments for electric energy generated and sold by a qualified hydroelectric facility during the incentive period, to the owner or authorized operator of such facility.||Non-federal owners of qualified hydroelectric or marine energy facilities||N/A||May 8, 2023 - Applications due for DOE's Section 242: Hydroelectric Production Incentives Program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Career Skills Training||$0.01||New||Competitive||Provides a grant to pay the federal share of career skills training programs under which students concurrently receive classroom instruction and on-the-job training for the purpose of obtaining an industry-related certification to install energy efficient building technologies||non-Profit Partnerships||TBD||January 26, 2023 - Input due for RFI for DOE's Preparing Workers and Businesses to Deliver Energy Efficiency and Building Electrification Measures||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Commercial Direct Air Capture Technology Prize Competition||$0.10||New||Competitive||Reauthorization of program to support large-scale pilot projects and demonstration projects and test carbon capture technologies.||Industry Partner||TBD||February 2022 - Responses closed for Request for Information||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Front-End Engineering and Design Program Out Activities Under Carbon Capture Tech program 962 of Environmental Protection Agency||$0.10||New||Competitive||Expands the Department of Energy's Carbon Capture Technology program to include a program for carbon dioxide transport infrastructure necessary to deploy Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage technologies.||Industry Partner||TBD||November 28, 2022 - Applications close for FY22 Funding Opportunity Announcement||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Geothermal Research & Development Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Pilot Demonstration||$0.08||New||Competitive||To support a program of research, development, demonstration and commercial application for enhanced geothermal systems||National Labs, Institutes of Higher Education, Multi-institutional Collaborations,||TBD||March 8, 2023 - Letters of intent due|
June 16, 2023 - Applications due
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Critical Material Supply Chain Research Facility||$0.08||New||Competitive||To support construction of a critical materials supply chain research facility.||Industry Partner||TBD||September 9, 2022 - Comments in response to request for information closed||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Section 243 Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives (Sec 40332)||$0.08||New||Competitive||To incentivize upgrades to hydroelectric facilities to increase their efficiency.||Owners or operators of hydroelectric facilities at existing dams||N/A||June 20, 2023 - Applications due for DOE's Section 243: Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives Program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Marine Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration||$0.07||Existing||Competitive||To fund research, development and demonstration activities to improve marine energy technologies.||Industry Partner and National Labs||TBD||Estimated opening date Q1, 2023.||Yes|
|DOE||Resilience||Advanced Energy Security Program||$0.05||New||Competitive||To increase the functional preservation of electric grid operations or natural gas and oil operations in the face of threats and hazards.||Utilities, National Labs, Bulk Power System Vendors||TBD||Estimated opening date, Q4 2022.||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Efficiency Materials Pilot Program||$0.05||New||Competitive||Provides grants to supply nonprofit buildings with energy-efficiency materials||non-Profit Organizations||TBD||December 22, 2022 - Request for Information Submissions due||Yes|
|DOE||Resilience||Energy Sector Operational Support for Cyber Resilience Program||$0.05||New||Competitive||To support a program to build energy sector operational support for cyber resilience.||Small Electric Utilities, National Labs||TBD||Estimated opening date, Q1 2023.||Yes|
|DOE||Other||State Manufacturing Leadership Program (Sec 40534)||$0.05||New||Competitive||To provide funding to States to provide assistance to small and medium manufacturers to invest in smart manufacturing technologies or access high-performance computing resources for manufacturing analysis.||States||30% federal share||May 30, 2023 - Full Applications due||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Wind Tech Program (sec 41007(b)(1)) - to Address Key Deployment Challenges for Offshore, Land-Based, and Distributed Wind||$0.06||Existing||Competitive||To fund research, development, demonstration and commercialization activities to improve wind energy technologies.||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, tribal energy development, Tribe, Tribal organization, Native Hawaiian community based organization, non profit, industry, etc.||TBD||March 27, 2023 - Deadline to submit Full Applications closes (extended from March 10)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Floating Offshore Wind Energy Mooring and Anchoring (sub-part of sec 41007(b)(1))||$0.002||Existing||Competitive||To advance research, development, demonstration, and commercialization for floating offshore wind mooring systems||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, tribal energy development, Tribe, Tribal organization, Native Hawaiian community based organization, non profit, industry, etc.||TBD||December 19 - Comments due in response to Request for Information||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Auditor Training Grant Program||$0.04||New||Competitive||To provide grants to eligible States to train individuals to conduct energy audits or surveys of commercial and residential buildings to build the clean energy workforce, save customers money and reduce pollution.||States||No non-federal cost share||January 26, 2023 - Input due for RFI for DOE's Preparing Workers and Businesses to Deliver Energy Efficiency and Building Electrification Measures||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||National Marine Energy Centers||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||To provide financial assistance to establish new National Marine Energy Centers and continuation and expansion of the research, development, demonstration, testing and commercial application activities at existing Centers.||Institutions of Higher Education or consortia||TBD||Estimated opening date Q3, 2023.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Solar Energy Research and Development (sec 41007(c)(1))||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||To fund research, development, demonstration and commercialization activities to improve solar energy technologies.||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, tribal energy development, Indian Tribe, Tribal organization, Native Hawaiian organization, non profit, industry, etc.||November 17, 2022 - Full Application deadline||Yes||Yes - $10 million program to support workforce programs||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Wind Energy Tech Recycling Research & Development||$0.04||New||Competitive||To award financial assistance to eligible entities for research, development, demonstration and commercialization projects to create innovative and practical approaches to increase the reuse and recycling of wind technologies||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, a Tribe, Tribal organization, Tribal energy development organization, Native Hawaiian community-based organization, non profit, industry, etc.||TBD||Estimated opening date of Q1 2023.||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Water Power Projects: Innovative Technologies to Enable Low Impact Hydropower and Pumped Storage Hydropower Growth (s 41006(a)(1))||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||To fund research, development and demonstration activities to improve hydropower technologies||Industry partners and National Labs||N/A||December 1, 2022 - Deadline for Concept Papers, March 6, 2023 - Submission Deadline for Full Applications||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||U.S. Tidal Energy Advancement (s. 41006(a)(2))||$0.035||New||Competitive||To provide the development of a tidal Research, Development and Demonstration site to advance the development of tidal and current energy systems in the United States||June 5, 2023 - Concept papers due |
July 25, 2023 - Applications due
|DOE||Environmental Remediation||Funding to Support Orphan Well Plugging||$0.03||New||Competitive||Funding to support the Department of the Interior’s effort to establish a program to plug, remediate, and reclaim orphaned wells located on Federal land.||Industry Partner||Available through September 30, 2030||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||New Solar Research & Development (s. 41007 (c)(3))||$0.02||New||Competitive||To award financial assistance to eligible entities for research, development, demonstration and commercialization projects to create innovative and practical approaches to advance new solar energy manufacturing technologies and techniques.||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, Tribal energy development organization, a Tribe, a Tribal organization, Native Hawaiian community-based organization, non profit, industry, etc.||TBD||October 17, 2022 - Applications closed for Photovoltaics Research and Development (PVRD) Program||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Solar Recycling Research & Development (s. 41007(c)(3))||$0.02||New||Competitive||To award financial assistance to eligible entities for research, development, demonstration and commercialization projects to create innovative and practical approaches to increase the reuse and recycling of solar energy technologies||Federal, state, and local government, higher education. National Lab, related research agency in territory, Tribal energy development organization, a Tribe, a Tribal organization, Native Hawaiian community-based organization, non profit, industry, etc.||TBD||August 12, 2022 - Concept Paper due. Full applications submission deadline October 17, 2022||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Pre-Commercial Direct Air Capture Prize Competitions||$0.02||New||Competitive||Reauthorization of program to advance research, development, demonstration and commercial application of carbon capture technologies||Industry Partner||TBD||February 2022 - Comment period in response to Request for Information closed. Estimated opening date Q4. 2022.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Building, Training, And Assessment Centers||$0.01||New||Competitive||To provide grants to institutions of higher education to establish building training and assessment centers to educate and train building technicians and engineers on implementing modern building technologies.||Institutions of Higher Education||TBD||Estimated opening date December 2022.||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Efficient Transformer Rebates||$0.01||New||Competitive||Provides rebates to industrial or manufacturing facility owners, commercial building owners, multifamily building owners, utilities, or energy service companies for the replacement of a qualified energy inefficient transformer with a qualified energy efficient transformer||Owners of industrial or manufacturing facilities, commercial buildings, or multifamily residential buildings, a utility, or an energy service company that purchase a qualified transformer to replace an energy-inefficient transformer||No non-federal cost share required||27 May, 2022 – Public comments were due on guidance document for implementing the Extended Product System Rebate Program and the Energy Efficient Transformer Rebate Program.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Extended Product System Rebates||$0.01||New||Competitive||Provides rebates for qualified extended product systems (i.e. electric motor, electronic control, and driven load)||Purchaser of the qualified extended product system or manufacturer of commercial or industrial machinery or equipment that incorporates the qualified extended product system||No non-federal cost share required||27 May, 2022 – Public comments were due on guidance document for implementing the Extended Product System Rebate Program and the Energy Efficient Transformer Rebate Program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Lithium-Ion Recycling Prize||$0.01||New||Competitive||To provide a prize for recycling of lithium ion batteries and to convene a task force on battery producer requirements||Prize dependent||N/A||October 14, 2022 - Comments closed in response to Request for Information||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Pumped Storage Hydropower Wind and Solar Integration and System Reliability Initiative (s 40334)||$0.01||New||Competitive||Provides financial assistance to carry out project design, transmission studies, power market assessments, and permitting for a pumped storage hydropower project to facilitate the long-duration storage of intermittent renewable energy||Electric utilities, State Energy Offices, Tribes, Institutes of Higher Education, or consortium thereof||Matching funds equal to or greater than the amount of financial assistance provided||December 15, 2022 - Full Application Submission Deadline||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Weatherization Assistance Program||$3.50||Existing||Formula||To increase the energy efficiency of dwellings owned or occupied by low income persons, reduce their total residential energy expenditures, and improve health and safety.||States, Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||July 1, 2022 - Applications for FY22 closed||Yes||Yes - up to 17% of grant can be allocated to training and technical assistance.||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||State Energy Program||$0.50||Existing||Formula||Funding to states to support electric transmission and distribution planning as well as planning activities and programs that help reduce carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy, including transportation and alternative transportation fuels and electrification||States, territories, D.C.||No non-federal cost share required||November 4, 2022 - Applications closed for $425 million for State Energy Program||Yes||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant Program||$0.25||New||Formula||To provide capitalization grants to States to establish a revolving loan fund under which the state will provide loans and grants for energy efficiency audits, upgrades, and retrofits to increase energy efficiency and improve building comfort||States||No non-federal cost share required||April 21, 2023 - Applications due for Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant Program||Yes|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants||$0.75||New||Competitive||Offers grants to small and medium-sized manufacturers to enable them to build or retrofit existing manufacturing and industrial facilities to produce or recycle advanced energy products in communities where coal mines or coal power plants have closed||Manufacturing firm—subject to size limitations||Not specified|
May 26, 2023 - Applications due for the competitive Readiness Technical Assistance ProgramJune 8, 2023 - Applications due for award program
|DOI||Environmental Remediation||Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund||$11.29||Existing||Formula||Funding to administer a program to provide grants to eligible States and Tribes to clean up abandoned coal mine sites and related problems.||Eligible states and tribes||No non-federal cost share required||March 31, 2023 - Applications close for FY2022 Funds||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Environmental Remediation||Orphaned Well Site Plugging, Remediation and Restoration program||$4.68||New||Competitive/formula||Funding to administer a program for plugging wells on Federal land, and for issuing grants to States and Tribes on State, private, and Tribal land. Grants to States are available through three separate programs. Initial Grants: Either $5 million or up to $25 million to each qualifying State that applies before May 14, 2022. Funding unobligated after 1 year must be returned. Formula Grants: $2 billion in total funding available to States that submitted a Notice of Intent to the Department of the Interior by December 30, 2021. The amount each State is eligible for under this program is determined by formula. Funding unobligated after 5 years must be returned. Performance Grants: $1.5 billion in discretionary grants to States that increase their own spending on well plugging, remediation, and reclamation, or improve the regulation of oil and gas wells within the State.||Federal, states, tribes||No non-federal cost share required||May 13, 2022 – Funding opportunity closed for Large Scale Initial Planning Grants||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Water||Watershed Management Projects||$0.10||New||Competitive||Watershed management includes water conservation and efficiency projects that increase reliability for ecological value, improvements to mitigate drought-related impacts to ecological values, and projects that improve the condition of a natural feature or nature-based feature.||Open - must meet funding opportunity criteria||50 percent for some projects. Waivers are not available.||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Water||WaterSMART Grants||$0.40||Existing||Competitive||This funding will be used for competitive grants through WaterSMART for water management improvements that contribute to water supply sustainability, increase drought resilience, and that have environmental benefits.||Open - meet criteria for Grant Opportunity||Varies, 50 percent, 25 percent, up to 65 percent for some projects.||June 1, 2023 - Applications close for Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Program (part of WaterSMART program)|
February 28, 2023 - Applications closed for the Water Recycling and Desalination Planning Funding Opportunity
April 5, 2023 - Applications closed for the Environmental Water Resources Projects for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023
|DOI||Resilience||Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration and Protection Projects||$0.25||New||Competitive||This funding will support design, study and construction of aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection projects.||Open||35% for construction. Waivers are not available.||April 2023 - First round of funding expected to be announced||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Multi-Benefit Projects to Improve Watershed Health||$0.10||New||Competitive||This funding will be allocated to projects that support habitat restoration and watershed health in basins impacted by a Reclamation project.||Open||50%. Waivers are not available.||April 2023 - First round of funding expected to be announced|
|DOI||Water||Aging Infrastructure Account||$3.20||New||Competitive||The Aging Infrastructure/Extraordinary Maintenance authority is used to fund extraordinary maintenance needs of outdated water and energy projects across the West.||Transferred Works Operators and Reserved works Project beneficiaries (districts, power customers, cost share partners)||Per project cost allocations. Waivers are not available.||01/22 First Application period opened- closed January 31, 2022. There will be multiple application periods.|
|DOI||Water||Water & Groundwater Storage, And Conveyance (including Small Water Storage Program)||$1.15||Existing||Competitive||Funds water storage, groundwater storage, and conveyance projects with existing feasibility study or construction authorization. Funding will be provided through a combination of internal formulation and competitive grant processes, and non-Federal project sponsors in Reclamation States, including Alaska and Hawaii are eligible.||State, Local governments||50% for Federal owned, 75% for State. Waivers are not available.||December 9, 2022 - Applications closed for DOI's Small Surface Water and Groundwater Storage Projects|
|DOI||Water||Water Desalination Projects||$0.25||Existing||Competitive||Water desalination projects support desalination of ocean or brackish water.||Open||75% non-Federal, up to 25% from Federal. Waivers are not available.|
|DOI||Water||Water Recycling (Large scale water recycling)||$1.00||Existing||Competitive||Projects that reclaim and/or reuse municipal, industrial, and agricultural wastewater; or impaired ground and surface waters. Large Scale Water Recycling Program is defined in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law as projects that reclaim and reuse municipal, industrial, domestic, or agricultural wastewater; or impaired groundwater or surface water with a total project cost of $500 million or more and located in a Reclamation State.||Open||75% non-Federal, up to 25 %from Federal. Waivers are not available.||03/15/22 funding closed March 15, 2022. Additional program criteria for large projects to follow during 2022.||Yes|
|DOI||Water||Rural Water Projects||$1.00||Existing||N/A||Funding for Rural Water will support the seven rural water projects that have been authorized by Congress.||For existing authorized projects only - Tribal and local||Cost share applies to E. New Mex project, but matching is not required. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|DOI||Water||Dam Safety Program||$0.50||Existing||Direct Federal||Reclamation's Dam Safety Program is in place to ensure reclamation dams do not present unreasonable risk to people, property, and the environment.||State and local||85% Federal, 15% non-Federal, in lieu of project specific statute. Waivers are not available.|
|DOI||Water||Safety of Dams, Water Sanitation, And Other Facilities||$0.20||Existing||N/A||Aims to reduce the potential loss of human life and property damage caused by dam failure by making Bureau of Indian Affairs dams as safe as practically possible.||Tribal Governments (recognized)||No non-federal cost share||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Energy and Minerals Research Facility||$0.17||Existing||Competitive||For design, construction, and tenant build out of a facility to support energy and minerals research and associated structures with an academic partner. This will establish a center of excellence in minerals and energy science.||State Academic Institutions||No non-federal cost share|
|DOI||Resilience||Tribal Climate Resilience - Community Relocation||$0.13||New||Competitive||Implementation of Community Relocation, Managed Retreat, or Protect-in-Place Actions to increase climate resilience.||Tribal Governments - recognized||No non-federal cost share||July 6, 2022 - Applications closed for Tribal Climate Resilience and Ocean and Coastal Management Planning program for FY22||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Tribal Climate Resilience - Adaptation Planning||$0.09||Existing||Competitive||Provide support for climate resilient planning to help sustain Tribal ecosystems and natural and cultural resources, economies, infrastructure, human health, and safety.||Tribal Governments - recognized||No non-Federal cost share required||July 6, 2022 - Applications closed for Tribal Climate Resilience and Ocean and Coastal Management Planning program for FY22||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Tribal Irrigation and Power Systems||$0.05||Existing||N/A||The program addresses deferred maintenance needs at 17 congressionally authorized irrigation projects located on Indian reservations across the Rocky Mountain, Northwest, Southwest, Navajo and Western Regions.||Tribal Governments - recognized||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Department of Interior Wildfire Management - Preparedness||$0.25||Existing||N/A||Funds a range of actions that helps the Federal government prepare to respond to wildland fire. These include hiring people, training them, tracking their qualifications, and planning our wildland fire response ahead of time. It also provides for the purchasing of equipment for early wildfire detection, real-time monitoring and radios to support interoperability with interagency partners; financial assistance to local communities to purchase slip-on tanks; and increases in firefighter pay and other firefighter workforce reforms.||Federal, State, local, Tribal||No non-federal cost share required||Yes||Yes - up to $50 million available||Yes|
|DOI||Environmental Remediation||Direct Federal Spending for Revegetation of Mined Lands||$0.10||New||Direct Federal||Funding to restore native vegetation and mitigate environmental hazards on mined public or private lands.||Federal||No non-federal cost share required||Mat 2022 - First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in May 2022|
|DRC||Other||Delta Regional Authority||$0.15||Existing||Direct Federal||Focus on public infrastructure improvements, workforce development, and business development.||States, local, Tribal Governments (Federally recognized), public high edu, non profits||Maximum Delta Regional Authority share is 100 percent for infrastructure projects in a distressed area or 10 percent for workforce development or business development projects in distressed or non-distressed areas. Delta Regional Authority participation can increase the allowable Federal share up to 100 percent in a grant. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Clean School Bus Program||$5.00||New||Competitive||50% of funds are for zero-emission school buses and 50% for alternative fuels and zero-emission fuel buses||States, local governments, eligible contractors, nonprofits etc.||No non-federal cost share required||August 22, 2023 - Applications close for FY2023 funding round||Yes||Yes - can be used to support workforce training for drivers and mechanics||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Small and Underserved Communities Emerging Contaminants Grant Program||$5.00||Existing||Formula||Provides grants to public water systems in small and underserved/disadvantaged communities that are unable to finance activities needed to comply with drinking water regulations. Bipartisan Infrastructure Law prioritizes the funding to focus on small and disadvantaged communities in addressing emerging contaminants, including PFAS.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds through grants to water utilities and other eligible entities in small and/or underserved/disadvantaged communities. Tribes and territories are also eligible to receive funds under this program.||No non-federal cost share required||August 15, 2022 – Letter of Intent closed for FY2022||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Resilience||Pollution Prevention Grants||$0.10||Existing||Competitive||Grantees deliver technical assistance to businesses – including those communities with environmental justice concerns – to identify and adopt source reduction practices and technologies that benefit businesses, communities, and local economies.||States, Tribes, state-sponsored institutions, Tribal Institutions||No non-federal cost share required||April 11, 2022 Applications closed for FY2022 NOFO||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund||$11.71||Existing||Formula||Financial assistance program to help water systems and States to achieve health protection objectives. States are required to give priority for the use of Drinking Water State Revolving Fund project funds to: Address the most serious risks to human health and assist systems most in need on a per household basis according to State affordability criteria. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds to Water Utilities and/or Municipal and Other Eligible Entities. Tribes and Territories are also eligible to receive a portion of State Revolving Fund funds.||No non-federal cost share required||Applications open on an ongoing basis||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Clean Water State Revolving Fund||$11.71||Existing||Formula||Provides communities low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 49 percent of Clean Water State Revolving Fund funds shall be eligible to be grants or 100 percent principal forgiveness loans.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds to Water Utilities and/or Municipal and Other Eligible Entities. Tribes and Territories are also eligible to receive a portion of State Revolving Fund funds.||No non-federal cost share||Applications open on an ongoing basis||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Emerging Contaminants||$4.00||Existing||Formula||Eligible projects limited to those that address emerging contaminants, such as PFAS.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds to Water Utilities and/or Municipal and Other Eligible Entities. Tribes and Territories are also eligible to receive a portion of State Revolving Fund funds.||No non-federal cost share||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Clean Water State Revolving Fund - Emerging Contaminants||$1.00||Existing||Formula||Eligible projects limited to those that address emerging contaminants, such as PFAS.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds to Water Utilities and/or Municipal and Other Eligible Entities. Tribes and Territories are also eligible to receive a portion of State Revolving Fund funds.||No non-federal cost share||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Resilience||Front-End and Design Program Out Activities Under Carbon Capture Tech program 962 of Environmental Protection Agency||$0.10||New||Competitive||Expands the Department of Energy’s Carbon Capture Technology program to include a program for carbon dioxide transport infrastructure necessary to deploy Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage technologies.||Industry partner||TBD|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Superfund Remedial||$3.50||Existing||N/A||Responsible for cleaning up some of the nation’s most contaminated land.||States, Local, tribal, Federal, industry partners, Special Districts||No non-federal cost share required||Ongoing||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield State and Tribal Response Programs||$0.30||Existing||Formula||This funding is intended for States and Tribes that have the required management and administrative capacity within their government to administer a Federal grant.||States, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized)||No non-federal cost share required||June 3, 2022 – Requests for FY22 EPA State and Tribal Brownfield Response Program closed||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield Projects||$1.20||Existing||Competitive||Provides funds to prevent, inventory, assess, clean up, and reuse brownfield sites.||States, Counties, Cities/Townships, Tribal (Federally Recognized), Indian Housing Authorities, Nonprofits, Public Housing Authorities||No non-federal cost share required||November 22, 2022 - Applications close for FY23 Brownfield grants, including Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund Grants, Brownfield Cleanup Grants, Brownfield Assessment Grants (Community-Wide Assessment Grants for States and Tribes)||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield Job Training Grants||$0.03||Existing||Competitive||The Brownfields Job Training Program is designed to recruit, train, and place unemployed and under-employed residents from communities impacted by brownfields; ensure that residents living in these communities benefit from the environmental cleanup and help graduates develop wider skill sets.||States, Counties, Cities/Townships, Tribal (Federally Recognized), Indian Housing Authorities, Nonprofits, Public Housing Authorities||No non-federal cost share required||August 2, 2022 - Applications closed for FY22||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield Assessment Grants - Community-Wide Assessment Grants for States and Tribes (sub-program of Brownfields Program)||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||Assessment grants provide funding for developing inventories of brownfield sites, prioritizing sites, conducting community involvement activities, conducting planning, conducting site assessments, developing site-specific cleanup plans and developing reuse plans related to brownfield sites.||States, Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||November 22, 2022 - Applications close||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield Cleanup Grants (sub-program)||$0.06||Existing||Competitive||Provide funding to carry out clean up cleanup activities at brownfield sites.||Applicants with sole ownership of the site||November 22, 2022 - Applications close||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Environmental Remediation||Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund Grants (sub-program)||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||Provides loans and sub grants to eligible entities to carry out cleanup activities at brownfield sites contaminated with hazardous substances and/or petroleum.||States, Counties, Cities/Townships, Tribes; Nonprofits, etc.||No non-federal cost share required||November 22, 2022 - Applications close||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Other||Gulf Hypoxia Action Plan||$0.06||New||Formula||In the short-term, aims to reduce nutrient-loading to the Gulf of Mexico from the basin by 20% by 2025 In the long-term, the goal is to limit the Gulf hypoxic zone to an average annual size of less than 5,000 square kilometers by 2035.||12 State Members of Gulf Hypoxia Task Force (Along Mississippi Corridor/Gulf of Mexico)||No non-federal cost share required||June 2022 - funding allocation released||Yes|
|EPA||Other||Solid Waste Infrastructure for Recycling Infrastructure Grants||$0.28||New||Competitive||To fund investment in recycling and solid waste management.||States (including the District of Columbia, a territory or possession of the United States, or any political subdivision of a State, Tribe, or territory), Tribes, InterTribal Consortia, Former Indian Reservations in Oklahoma (As Determined by The Secretary of The Interior), and Alaskan Native Villages.||No non-federal cost share required||April 4, 2023 - Applications due for SWIFR grants||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Other||Reduce, Reuse, Recycling Education and Outreach Grants||$0.08||New||Competitive||Investment to transform public education and outreach regarding how to reduce, reuse, and recycle.||States, a Unit of Local Government, Tribal Governments (Federally recognized), A Native Hawaiian Organization, The Department of Hawaiian Homelands, The Office of Hawaiian Affairs, A Non-Profit Organization, Or A Public-Private Partnership||No non-federal cost share required||January 16, 2023 - Applications due for EPA's Consumer Recycling Education and Outreach (REO) Grant Program||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Other||Battery Recycling Best Practices||$0||New||N/A||The Environmental Protection Agency will develop best practices that may be implemented by State, Tribal, and local governments with respect to the collection of batteries to be recycled.||No non-federal cost share||Report to Congress in November 2023|
|EPA||Other||Battery Labeling Guidelines||$0||New||N/A||Establishes a program to promote battery recycling through the development of voluntary labeling guidelines for batteries and other forms of communication materials for battery producers and consumers about the reuse and recycling of critical materials from batteries.||No non-federal cost share|
|FCC-WCB||Broadband||Affordable Connectivity Program||$14.20||Existing||Subsidy||Helps low income households afford home broadband service by providing up to a $30 monthly benefit on a household's monthly internet bill. For low-income households on Tribal lands the benefit is up to $75. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if the household contributes more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price.||Internet Service Providers (Who Then Apply the Benefit to Consumers' Monthly Bills)||No non-federal cost share required||August 5, 2022 - FCC approved proposal to increase funding for outreach. The first established a $100 million grant program to help increase awareness of the subsidy. The second established a pilot program to promote the program to recipients of federal housing assistance. Additional details on the grant program will be provided at a later date.||Low-income households on Tribal lands can receive a monthly benefit of up to $75 on broadband charges|
|FCC-WCB||Broadband||Affordable Connectivity Program - Outreach Grants||$0.10||New||Competitive||To conduct and fund ACP outreach, including providing grants to outreach partners to ensure that eligible households can learn about the program and receive assistance with the application process.||TBD, Pending Rulemaking||N/A||January 9, 2023 - Applications due for FCC's Affordable Connectivity Outreach Grant Program|
|FCC-WCB||Broadband||Broadband Deployment Locations Map||$0.01||New||Direct Federal||To establish an online mapping tool to provide a locations overview of the overall geographic footprint of each broadband infrastructure deployment project funded by the Infrastructure Act, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 or any other Federal amounts appropriated or any Federal program authorized after the date of enactment of the Infrastructure Act to fund broadband infrastructure deployment.||N/A||No non-federal cost share requirement||January 13, 2023 - FCC broadband mapping challenges submitted by this date will have the best opportunity to be processed ahead of BEAD allocations|
|GSA||Ports and Waterways||Real Property Activities||$3.42||Existing||Direct Federal||Construction and acquisition, and repairs and alterations of land ports of entry.||GSA, Public Buildings Service, Federal Buildings Fund which will contract out the design and construction services||No non-federal cost share requirement|
|Northern Border Regional Commission||Other||Northern Border Regional Commission||$0.15||Existing||The Northern Border Regional Commission catalyzes regional, collaborative, and transformative community economic development approaches that alleviate economic distress and position the region for economic growth.||States, Tribal governments (federally recognized and non-federally recognized), counties, cities / townships, public higher edu, non profits etc.||Maximum Northern Border Regional Commission share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Yes||Yes - workforce development is an eligible project type|
|Southeast Crescent Regional Commission||Other||Southeast Crescent Regional Commission Funding||$0.01||Existing||Southeast Crescent Regional Commission States are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.||Maximum Southeast Crescent Regional Commission share is 50 percent or 80 percent, depending on the community’s level of economic distress. Waivers are available in some circumstances.|
|USACE||Ports and Waterways||Corps of Engineers Operation and Maintenance||$4.00||Existing||Direct Federal||The Army Corps to use this funding for operation and maintenance of its projects, including coastal and inland navigation projects.||Army Corps||Unless otherwise specified in law, projects are 100% federal funded.|
|USACE||Resilience||Coastal Storm Risk Management, Hurricane, And Storm Damage Reduction Projects||$2.55||Existing||Direct Federal||This program will fund the construction of projects that help to reduce the risk of damage in a coastal storm, targeting States that have been impacted by Federally declared disasters over the past six years.||The Army Corps will use this funding to construct authorized federal storm damage reduction projects.||In general, projects are cost shared 65% Federal, 35% non-Federal.||Yes|
|USACE||Ports and Waterways||Inland Waterways Projects||$2.50||Existing||Direct Federal||The Army Corps to use this funding to construct eligible improvements to commercial navigation projects on inland waterways, including locks and dams||Army Corps||Unless otherwise specified in law, projects are 100% federal funded.|
|USACE||Ports and Waterways||Major Rehabilitation for Rivers and Harbors||$1.50||Existing||Direct federal||In partnership with port authorities, the Army Corps will use this funding to construct authorized coastal navigation projects such as deepening and widening of federal navigation channels.||In partnership with port authorities, the Army Corps would use this funding to construct authorized coastal navigation projects such as deepening and widening of federal navigation channels.||Unless otherwise specified in law, projects are 100% federal funded.|
|USACE||Ports and Waterways||Mississippi River and Tributaries||$0.80||Existing||Direct federal||Federal projects to help reduce the risk of flood damage in the lower Mississippi River valley below Cape Girardeau, Missouri.||The Corps of Engineers will use this funding to plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain certain federal flood damage reduction projects||Unless otherwise specified in law, projects are 100% federal funded.||The Army Corps will be issuing multiple contract awards during FY22|
|USACE||Resilience||Continuing Authorities Program (Under Flood Control Act And River And Harbor Act)||$0.47||Existing||Direct federal||Funds eligible for small Army Corps projects, including $115 million for restoring fish and wildlife passage.||The Army Corps will use this funding to plan, design, and construct small water resources projects.||Varies.||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies||$0.25||Existing||Direct federal||Funds Army Corps preparedness measures, certain Army Corps operations during a flood, hurricane, or other natural disaster, and the repair of certain projects following such a natural disaster.||The Army Corps will use this funding to prepare for, respond to, and help in the recovery following a flood, hurricane, or other natural disaster||Varies|
|USACE||Resilience||Water-Related Environmental Infrastructure Assistance||$0.20||Existing||Direct Federal||The program funds engineering and construction of authorized environmental infrastructure projects which provides safe water supply, waste disposal, and pollution control to cities and towns to protect human health and safeguard the environment.||In partnership with State, local, and Tribal governments, the Army Corps would use funding to construct Federally authorized environmental infrastructure projects.||In general, projects are cost shared 50% Federal, 50% non-Federal.||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Program Account||$0.08||New||Loans||Federal credit program to provide credit assistance to creditworthy borrowers for projects to maintain, upgrade, and repair dams identified in the National Inventory of Dams owned by non-Federal entities.||State, local government, public utility, or private primary owners of dams identified in the National Inventory of Dams|
|USACE||Resilience||Flood Plain Management Services||$0.05||Existing||Direct Federal||The Army Corps provides site-specific flood and flood plain data and assistance to States, Tribes, and local communities.||Funds certain technical assistance provided by the Army Corps||In general, projects are 100 percent Federally funded.||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||To Complete Or Initiate And Complete Studies That Were Authorized Prior To The Date Of This Act||$0.05||Existing||Direct Federal||Funds studies to determine the engineering, economic feasibility of potential solutions to water and related land resources problems as well as preconstruction engineering and design||In partnership with State, local, and Tribal governments, the Army Corps would use funding to carry out feasibility studies||In general, projects are cost shared 50% Federal, 50% non-Federal||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||Planning Assistance To States||$0.03||Existing||Direct Federal||The Army Corps provides planning and technical assistance to States, Tribes, and local communities to address water resource issues and related work.||Funds certain planning and technical assistance provided by the Army Corps.||In general, projects are cost shared 50% Federal, 50% non-Federal with a cost-share waiver for Tribes and Territories||Yes||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||Section 118 Of Water Resources Development Act of 2020||$0.03||New||Direct Federal||Pilot program to carry out feasibility studies for flood risk management and hurricane and storm damage risk reduction projects that incorporate natural features or nature-based features for rural communities and economically disadvantaged communities.||In partnership with State, local, and Tribal governments, the Army Corps would use funding to carry out feasibility studies||In general, studies are 100% Federally funded.||Yes||Yes|
|USCBP||Ports and Waterways||Land Port of Entry Modernization||$0.33||Existing||Direct federal||For furniture, fixtures and equipment for the land ports of entry modernized with funding provided to the General Service Administration in the Act.||GSA, Public Buildings Service, Federal Buildings Fund which will contract out the design and construction services||No non-federal cost share required|
|USCBP||Ports and Waterways||Land Port of Entry Modernization||$0.01||Existing||Direct federal||For land port of entry construction, modernization and sustainment||GSA, Public Buildings Service, Federal Buildings Fund which will contract out the design and construction services||No non-federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities||$1.00||New||Competitive||Provide grants to communities at risk from wildfire to develop or revise their community wildfire protection plans and carry out projects described within those plans. It will include a mix of formula and competitive funds.||Private forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits||October 7, 2022 - Applications closed for four Community Wildfire Defense Grant program FY22 funding opportunities - Northeast-Midwest, Southern, Tribes, West (see separate entries)||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities - Northeast-Midwest (sub-program)||$0.15||New||Competitive||Provide grants to communities at risk from wildfire to develop or revise their community wildfire protection plans and carry out projects described within those plans.||Private forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits||October 7, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities - Southern (sub-program)||$0.15||New||Competitive||Provide grants to communities at risk from wildfire to develop or revise their community wildfire protection plans and carry out projects described within those plans.||Private forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits||October 7, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities - Tribes (sub-program)||$0.15||New||Competitive||Provide grants to communities at risk from wildfire to develop or revise their community wildfire protection plans and carry out projects described within those plans.||Private forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits||October 7, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities - West (sub-program)||$0.15||New||Competitive||Provide grants to communities at risk from wildfire to develop or revise their community wildfire protection plans and carry out projects described within those plans.||Private forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits||October 7, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 funding||Yes|
|EPA||Other||Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Program (EJ TCTAC)||$0.10||Existing||Competitive||Provides grant funding to eligible applicants to establish technical assistance centers across the nation providing technical assistance, training and related support to communities with environmental justice concerns and their partners.||Public and private universities and colleges, public and private nonprofits, intertribal consortia||November 1, 2022 - Applications closed for FY22 funding||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||State Fire Assistance||$0.09||Existing||Competitive||The Forest Service supports and assists State Foresters and local communities in building capacity for wildfire prevention, mitigation, control, and suppression on non-Federal lands.||State and Communities, State Forestry Service||Yes. Waivers are available.|
|USDA||Other||Temporary Bridge Funding Opportunity Program||$0.05||New||N/A||Under development||States and Tribes||December 20, 2022 - Applications due for USDA's temporary bridge funding opportunity||Yes|
|USDA||Other||Wood Product Infrastructure Assistance (WPIA) Program (s40804(b)3)||New||Competitive||Project funding may be used to establish, reopen, retrofit, expand, or improve a sawmill or other wood-processing facility in close proximity to federal or Indian lands that need ecosystem restoration and will generate byproducts. The emphasis is on areas of unnaturally severe high fire or insect or disease infestation with high or very high priority for ecological restoration.||State and local governments, Tribes, school districts, not-for-profit organizations etc||December 20, 2022 - Applications close||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Provide Financial Assistance to States, Indian Tribes, and Units of Local Government to Establish and Operate Reverse 911 Telecommunication Systems||$0.03||New||Competitive||Establishment of reserve-911 telecommunication systems.||States and Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDA - Forest Service||Other||Recreation Sites||$0.06||Existing||Direct Federal||The recreation program administers recreation sites, including campgrounds and day-use areas, and special use authorizations, such as ski lodges, resorts, and outfitter guides.||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDA - Forest Service||Other||State Forest Action Plans||$0.20||Existing||N/A||To implement State Forest Action Plans, which offer practical and comprehensive roadmaps for investing Federal, State, local, and private resources where they can be most effective in achieving national conservation goals.||States and Territories||Some cost share required. Waivers are available.|
|USDA - Forest Service||Other||Secure Rural Schools||$0.59||Existing||Formula||Provides critical funding for schools, roads, and other municipal services to more than 700 counties across the United State and Puerto Rico. Focuses on schools whose tax base was influenced by growing amount of federal land.||States and Counties||No non-Federal cost share required||September 30, 2022 - Elections for funding closed September 30, 2022|
|USDA - Forest Service||Other||Landscape Scale Restoration Water Quality and Fish Passage||$0.08||Existing||Direct Federal||This program improves fish and wildlife habitat connectivity and helps to recover Endangered Species Act-listed or Endangered Species Act candidate species that depend on National Forest System lands.||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDA - Office of the Secretary||Other||Bioproduct Pilot Program||$0||New||Competitive||Determine the economic, social, and environmental benefits of using materials derived from agricultural commodities (bioproducts) in the development and manufacturing of construction or consumer products.||Bioproduct Research Facilities funded in part by a state with other restrictions||No non-Federal cost share required||August 31, 2022 - Applications closed. Next round expected January 2023.||Yes|
|USDA-RUS||Broadband||Reconnect Program||$2.00||Existing||Competitive||The ReConnect Program offers loans, grants, and loan-grant combinations to build infrastructure and install equipment that provides modern, reliable, high-speed Internet service in rural America.||Corporations; Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships; Cooperatives or Mutual Organizations; States or Local governments, including any agency, subdivision, instrumentality of political subdivision thereof; Territories or Possessions of The United States; and Tribes, as defined in Section 4 Of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. §450B)||No non-federal cost share required||November 2, 2022 - Submissions closed for FY22 grants and loans||Yes|
|USDOT||Roads, bridges and major projects||Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)||10% of Surface Transportation Block Grant Formula funding annually||Existing||Formula||States, D.C.||21/12 FY22 Funding Announced (set aside from the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program)||Yes|
|USDOT-Build America Bureau||Roads, bridges and major projects||Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA)||$1.25||Existing||Competitive||Federal credit assistance to eligible surface transportation projects.||State (including D.C. and PR), Local, public authority, certain private entities||80% federal/20% non-federal||open for applications|
|USDOT-Build America Bureau||Roads, bridges and major projects||Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RIFF) loans||Existing||Competitive||Federal loans to eligible entities to finance development of railroad infrastructure, including to acquire, improve, or rehabilitate intermodal or rail equipment of facilities, develop or establish new intermodal or railway facilities, reimburse planning and design expenses and to finance transit oriented development||States, local governments, railroads, etc...||Up to 100%||Open for applications|
|USDOT-FAA||Airports and Federal Aviation Administration Facilities||Airport Infrastructure Grants||$15.00||New||Competitive/formula||For investment in runways, taxiways, safety and sustainability projects, as well as terminal, airport-transit connections and roadway projects.||Public agencies, private entities, state and Tribal government owning a public use National Plan of Integration Airport Systems airport.||5-25% non-federal match for allocations, no match for contract tower grants. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDOT-FAA||Airports and Federal Aviation Administration Facilities||Air Traffic Facilities and Equipment||$5.00||New||Contract||FAA sustainment work and facilities replacements for replacing FAA-owned terminal and route air traffic control faculties, improvements of air route and terminal facilities etc.||Federal Aviation Authority towers and commercial vendors.||100% federal funding||Each program has its own planning cycle and individual milestones|
|USDOT-FAA||Airports and Federal Aviation Administration Facilities||Airport Terminal Program||$5.00||New||Competitive||Provides competitive grants for airport terminal development projects that address the aging infrastructure of the nation’s airports.||Public agencies, private entities, state and Tribal government owning a public use National Plan of Integration Airport Systems airport.||Large/Medium Hub 20% non-federal match; All others (Small, Non and Non-Primary) 5% non-federal match. Waivers are not available.||February 2022 - NOFO closed and awarded||yes|
|USDOT-FAA||Airports and Federal Aviation Administration Facilities||Contract Tower Competitive Grant Program||$0.10||Existing||Competitive||Annual grants available to eligible airports for airport-owned airport traffic control tower projects that address the aging infrastructure of the nation's airports. Set aside from Airport Infrastructure Grants.||Federal Aviation Authority towers and commercial vendors||100% federal funding||December 6, 2022 - Applications close for airport sponsors looking to be considered by FY2023 funding|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Tribal Transportation Program||$2.97||Existing||Formula||Supports projects to provide multimodal transportation and public road access to and within Indian reservations, Tribal lands, and Alaska Native Village Communities.||Sovereign federally-recognized Tribal governments||100% federal funding||January 15, 2023 - Applications due for Tribal Transportation Safety Funds (Part of Tribal Transportation Safety Program)||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||National Highway Performance Program||$148.00||Existing||Formula||To provide support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System, to provide support for construction of new facilities etc.||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non federal (For interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Safety||Railway-Highway Grade Crossings Program||$1.23||Existing||Formula||Supports projects with the goal of reducing the number of fatalities, injuries and crashes and public railway-highway crossings||States, D.C.||No non-federal cost share required||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBGP)||$72.00||Existing||Formula||Promotes flexibility in state and local transportation decisions and provide flexible funding to best address state and local transportation needs.||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non federal (For interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Safety||Highway Safety Improvement Program||$15.58||Existing||Formula||Provides States with critical safety funding that is used to save lives and prevent serious injuries on all public roads||States, D.C.||90% federal/10% non-federal. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||National Highway Freight Program||$7.15||Existing||Formula||Funding to improve the efficient movement of freight on the National Highway Freight Network||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances.||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program||$13.20||Existing||Formula||Flexible funding source for transportation projects and programs to meet requirements of the Clean Air Act.||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Ports and Waterways||Construction of Ferry Boats and Ferry Terminal Facilities||$0.91||Existing||Formula||Provides funding for ferry services which are important links in the network of Federal-aid highways, and in many cases, are the only reasonable form of transportation.||Eligible ferry operations||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||TBD||Possibly|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Territorial Highway Program||$0.24||Existing||Formula||Supports the construction and improvement of a system of arterial and collector highways and necessary inter-island connectors||Territories (except P.R.)||No non-federal cost share requirement||FY22 funding apportionments advised|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Carbon Reduction Program||$6.40||New||Formula||Formula grants to States to reduce transportation emissions or the development of carbon reduction strategies.||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Bridge Formula Program||$26.68||New||Formula||Funds for bridge replacement, rehabilitation, preservation, protection, or construction projects on public roads. 15% set-aside for off-system bridges, 3% set-aside for Tribal transportation program and 0.5% set-aside for administrative expenses.||States, D.C.||Typically 80% federal/20% non federal (For interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 6, 2022 - FY2023 apportionment table released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program||$5.00||New||Formula||Funds the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure along corridors and interstates to establish an interconnected network. 10% of funding is for discretionary grants to states and local governments that require additional assistance.||States, D.C., P.R.||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||October 6, 2022 - FY2023 apportionment table released||Yes - provided they are directly related to the charging of an electric vehicle.||Cybersecurity must be addressed in NEVI plans||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Resilience||Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost saving Transportation (PROTECT) formula program||$7.30||New||Formula||Supports planning, resilience improvements, community resilience and evacuation routes, and at-risk coastal transportation infrastructure (highways, transit and certain port projects)||States, D.C.||80% federal/ 20% non-federal. Waivers are available in some circumstances||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released||Yes|
|DOC||Environmental Remediation||Coastal Habitat Restoration and Resilience Grants for Underserved Communities||0.01||Existing||Competitive||Provides funds to engage underserved communities in habitat restoration activities that promote resilient ecosystems and communities.||States, local and tribal governments, nonprofits, institutes of higher education, for-profit businesses||October 14, 2022 - Applications closed||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Appalachian Development Highway System||$1.20||Reinstatement||Formula||Distributes funds for the Appalachian Development Highway System||Appalachian States||No non-federal cost share requirement||October 6, 2022 - FY2023 apportionment table released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects||$0.28||Existing||Competitive||Provides funding for construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation of nationally-significant federal lands transportation projects and Tribal transportation projects||Any eligible to receive funding under the Tribal Transportation Program, federal Lands Transportation Program, or federal lands access program. In addition, a state, county, or local government may apply if sponsored by an eligible federal lands mana genet agency or Tribe.||90% federal/10% non-federal. Waivers are available for Tribes.||October 24, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects Program||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Bridge Investment Program||$12.20||New||Competitive||Competitive program to support projects to improve bridge and culvert condition, safety, efficiency and reliability.||States, local governments, Tribal government, certain MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities.||50% Federal/50% non-Federal for large projects and 80% Federal/20% non-Federal for any other eligible project. Rules around non-Federal share.||August 9, 2022 - Large Bridge Project applications closed; September 8, Bridge Project applications closed||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Rural Surface Transportation Grant Program (RURAL)||$1.00||New||Competitive||Supports surface transportation infrastructure in rural areas.||States, local governments, tribes, regional transportation planning organizations||80% federal/20% non-federal except 100% federal for Appalachian Development Highway System, Denali Access System Program projects. Waives are available for ADHS and Denali Access System Program.||May 3, 2022, Multimodal Project Discretionary Grant Opportunity NOFO (INFRA, MEGA and RURAL programs) closed for FY22. Expected release for FY2023 funding in January 2023.||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Safety||Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program||$0.35||New||Competitive||Supports projects that seek to reduce the number of wildlife-vehicle collisions and improve habitat connectivity.||State highway agencies, MPOs, local governments, tribes, regional transportation authorities, certain SPD or public authorities etc.||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances||August 1, 2023 - Applications due||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Corridor Charging)||$1.25||New||Competitive||To deploy electric vehicle charging and hydrogen/propane/natural gas fueling infrastructure along designated alternative fuel corridors and in communities.||States, territories, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities||80% federal /20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||June 13, 2023 - Applications for FY22 and FY23 funding for USDOT's and USDOE's Joint Office Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program (corridor and community program)||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Resilience||Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost saving Transportation (PROTECT) program||$1.40||New||Competitive||Supports planning, resilience improvements, community resilience and evacuation routes, and at-risk coastal transportation infrastructure||States, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities.||80% Federal / 20% non-Federal except 100% Federal for an Tribe as determined by the Secretary. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||August 18, 2023 - Applications close for FY2022 and FY2023 funding round||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Congestion Relief Program||$0.25||New||Competitive||Competitive program to advance innovative, integrated solutions to reduce congestion in the most congested metropolitan areas with an urbanized area population of 1+ million||States, MPOs, cities or municipalities||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Advanced Transportation Technologies and Innovative Mobility Deployment (set-aside)||$0.90||Existing||Competitive||Competitive grants to deploy, install and operate advanced transportation technologies.||States, local governments, transit agencies, MPOs etc.||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers not available||November 18, 2022 - Applications closed|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (INFRA)||$7.25||Existing||Competitive||Competitive grants for multi-modal freight and highway projects of national or regional significance.||States, local governments, tribes, certain MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities etc.||60% federal/40% non federal except for certain small projects where federal share will be 80% and a grant under the state incentive pilot program (50 federal/50 non-federal)||May 3, 2022, Multimodal Project Discretionary Grant Opportunity NOFO (INFRA, MEGA and RURAL programs) closed for FY22. Expected release for FY23 funding in January 2023.||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Ports and Waterways||Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities||$0.40||New||Competitive||Study and award competitive grants to reduce truck idling and emissions at ports, including through advancement of port electrification.||None specified||80% federal/20% non-federal||June 26, 2023 - Applications close for FY2022 and FY2023||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Tribal High Priority Projects Program||$0.05||Reinstatement||Competitive||Provides funding to supplement the Tribal Transportation Program or for Tribes that have an emergency or disaster occur on a Tribal transportation facility||Sovereign federally-recognized Tribal governments||No non-federal cost share requirement||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Other||Prioritization Process Pilot Program||$0.05||New||Competitive||Pilot program to support data-driven approaches to planning that can be evaluated for public benefit.||States, certain MPOs||Default (see sec 233 U.S.C. 120)|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Strategic Innovation for Revenue Collection (Set-aside)||$0.08||New||Competitive||To test the feasibility of a road usage fee and other user-based alternative revenue mechanisms to help maintain the solvency of the Highway Trust Fund. Set-aside from Highway Research Program.||States, local governments, MPOs||80% federal/20% non-federal (for entities that have not received a grant under this section); 70% federal/30% non federal for other entities. Waivers not available.|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||Highway Safety Programs||$1.99||Existing||Formula||These funds are provided to the State and Territorial Highway Safety Offices based on an approved highway safety plan that details problem identification, performance measures, countermeasures and projects using identified countermeasures to help reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities resulting from motor vehicle crashes.||States, Territories, D.C., the Secretary of Interior for Tribes.||80% federal / 20 percent non-federal (except for American Samoa, Guam, Northern Marianas, and the Virgin Islands where it is a 100 percent Federal share). Waivers are available for Tribes.||January 2022, Interim State Formula Grant Funding Table Released||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Community Charging)||$1.25||New||Competitive||Funds available each year for to install electric vehicle charging and alternative fueling infrastructure (hydrogen, propane, and natural gas) on public roads, schools, parks and in publicly accessible parking facilities.||States, territories, tribes, local governments, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||June 13, 2023 - Applications for FY22 and FY23 funding for USDOT's and USDOE's Joint Office Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program (corridor and community program)||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Metropolitan Planning||$2.28||Existing||Formula||IIJA continues the Metropolitan Planning Program, which establishes a cooperative, continuous, and comprehensive program for making transportation investment decisions in metropolitan areas. Oversight is a joint FHWA and FTA responsibility||MPOs||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances.||October 3, 2022 - FY2023 Federal-Aid Highway Program Apportionments Released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Safety-Related Activities (set aside)||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||For transportation safety outreach, training and education||States, D.C.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Disadvantaged Business Enterprises||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||Assists small and disadvantaged firms with building capacity and improving third ability to compete for Federal-aid highway contracts||States||No non-federal cost share requirement||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Federal Lands Access Program||$1.49||Existing||Formula||Supports transportation facilities that provide access to lands owned and operated by the Federal Government.||States||Up to 100% federal contribution|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Grants for Planning, Feasibility Analysis, and Revenue Forecasting (Bridge Investment Program Set-aside)||$0.10||New||Competitive||Planning, feasibility analysis and revenue forecasting associated with the development of a project that would subsequently be eligible to apply for the Bridge Investment Program||States, certain MPOs, local governments, Tribal government, certain SPDs or public authorities etc.||Not to exceed Federal share under 23 U.S.C. 120; 90% Federal share for off-system bridges||July 25, 2022 - Bridge Planning Applications closed||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Highway Research & Development Program||$0.31||Existing||Competitive/other||Research and development to produce transformative solutions to improve safety, foster innovation, accelerate projects, and better meet operations, policy and infrastructure needs.||Varies||80% federal/20% non federal|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Highway Use Tax Evasion Projects (set-aside)||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||Funding to carry out intergovernmental enforcement, along with training and research, to reduce evasion of payment of motor fuel and other highway use taxes.||States, IRS||No non-federal cost share requirement||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||National Motor Vehicle Per-Mile User Fee Pilot (set-aside)||$0.05||New||Competitive||Pilot program to demonstrate a national motor vehicle per-mile user fee to restore and maintain the long-term solvency of the Highway Trust Fund.||States||80% federal/ 20% non-federal|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||On-the-Job Training Program- Supportive Services||$0.05||Existing||Formula||Helps develop capacity of the Nation's current and future highway construction industry workforce by providing the development and diversity of skilled labor||States||Varies. Waivers available in some circumstances||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT - FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Training and Education (s. 11101)||$0.13||Existing||Formula||Provides resources for the development and delivery of technical assistance, training, professional development, and education programs to improve the professional capacity of the workforce that manages, develops and maintains the Nation's highway system.||Federal Highway Administration Research, Technology and Education Program||50% Federal share for local technical assistance centers; 100% Federal for Tribal technical assistance centers; 100% Federal for surface transportation workforce development, training, and education. Waivers are available.||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Puerto Rico Highway Program||$0.90||Existing||Formula||Provides funding to carry out a highway program in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico||Puerto Rico||Typically 80% federal/20% non-federal (for interstate projects, 90% federal/10% non-federal). Waivers are available in some circumstances.||22/01 – FY funding released|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||State Incentives Pilot Program (Set-aside within INFRA)||$0.75||New||Competitive||Set-aside pilot program as part of the Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects Program||States, local governments, Tribal government, MPOs, certain SPDs or Port Authorities||50% federal/50% non-federal. May not use federal assistance to satisfy non-federal share, except for fund from a secured loan if it is repayable from non-federal funds. Waivers not available.||May 3, 2022, Multimodal Project Discretionary Grant Opportunity NOFO (INFRA, MEGA and RURAL programs) closed for FY22||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Tribal Transportation Facility Bridge (Set-aside Bridge Investment Program)||$0.20||New||Competitive||Set-aside from the competitive Bridge Investment Program||Tribes||No non-federal cost share requirement||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Tribal Transportation Facility Bridges (Bridge Formula Funding Set-Aside)||$0.83||Existing||Formula||3% set aside from the Bridge Formula Program for Tribal transportation facility bridges||Tribes||100% Federal share||April 2022, Revised FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FHWA||Safety||Commercial Driver's License Implementation Program||$0.30||Existing||Competitive||Supports Commercial Driver's License programs at a state and federal level.||States, local governments, any person||At least 85% federal||April 3, 2023 - Applications due||No|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Advanced Digital Construction Management Systems (Set-aside)||$0.10||Existing||Competitive||Promotes, implements, deploys, demonstrates, showcases, supports and documents the application of advanced digital construction management systems, practices, performance and benefits. Set-aside from Intelligent Transportation Systems Program.||FHWA Research, Technology, and Education Program||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers available if substantial public interest/benefit.|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies (Set-aside)||$0.06||Existing||Competitive||Provides a coordinated and cohesive approach to advance research and development of technologies for highway pavements and the materials from which highway infrastructure is constructed||FHWA Research, Technology, and Education Program||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are available if there is a substantial public interest/benefit||June 28, 2023 - Applications due for Development and Deployment of Innovative Asphalt Pavement Technologies Funding Opportunity|
|USDOT-FHWA||Other||Bureau of Transportation Statistics||$0.13||Existing||Grant||Funding for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics to provide statistics on commercial aviation, multimodal freight activity, and transportation economics, and provides context to decision makers and the public for understanding statistics on transportation.||Bureau of Transportation Statistics||Not specified|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Federal Lands Transportation Program (For other Federal Land Management Agencies)||$0.15||Existing||Federal spending||Provides access within national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, and other Federal public lands.||Federal Land Management Agencies (other than US Fish and Wildlife and the National Park Service)||No non-federal cost share requirement|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Federal Lands Transportation Program (Funding for U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)||$0.18||Existing||Federal spending||Provides access within national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, and other Federal public lands.||Federal Land Management Agencies||No non-federal cost share requirement|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Federal Lands Transportation Program (Funding for U.S. Forest Service)||$0.13||Existing||Federal spending||Provides access within national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, and other Federal public lands.||Federal Land Management Agencies||No non-federal cost share requirement|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Federal Lands Transportation Program (funds for National Park Service)||$1.73||Existing||Federal spending||Provides access within national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas, and other Federal public lands.||National Park Service||No non-federal cost share requirement|
|USDOT-FHWA||Roads, bridges and major projects||Intelligent Transportation Systems Program||$0.25||Existing||N/A||Fosters innovation in transportation through deploying technology to enhance safety and efficiency while reducing environmental impacts of surface transportation.||FHWA Research, Technology, and Education Program||80% federal/20% non-federal for activities under 23 USC 516, otherwise default provisions of 23 USC 120 apply|
|USDOT-FHWA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Low or No Emission Vehicle Component Assessment Program||$0.03||Existing||Competitive||FTA to provide funds to two qualified institutions of higher education to conduct testing, evaluation and analysis of low or no emission components intended for use in low and zero emission buses used to provide public transportation.||Qualified institutions of higher education||50% federal share/50% non-federal share|
|USDOT-FHWA||Other||Technology and Innovation Deployment Program||$0.09||Existing||N/A||The Technology & Innovation Deployment Program turns research products into proven technologies that address emerging needs, invest in the Nation’s infrastructure, and promote rapid adoption of proven, market-ready technologies and innovations.||FHWA Research, Technology, and Education Program||80% Federal / 20% non-Federal. Waivers are available if there is substantial public interest/benefit.|
|USDOT-FMCSA||Safety||Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program||$2.43||Existing||Formula||Provides financial assistance to States to reduce the number and severity of crashes and hazardous materials incidents involving commercial motor vehicles.||State Lead Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program Agencies||Federal share is at least 85 percent statutorily, but 95 percent Federal/5 percent non-Federal for fiscal year 2022. Waivers are available.||June 2, 2022 - FMCSA released state funding for FY22|
|USDOT-FMCSA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators Grant Program||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||Awards grants to a variety of education institutions that provide commercial truck and bus driving training.||Accredited public or private colleges, universities, vocational-technical schools, post-secondary educational institutions, truck driver training schools, associations, and state and local governments, federally recognized Tribal governments.||Federal share is at least 85%||April 3, 2023 – Applications close||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FMCSA||Safety||High Priority Activities Program||$0.43||Existing||Competitive||A discretionary grant program designed to provide federal financial assistance to enhance States’ commercial vehicle safety plan activities, including commercial vehicle inspections, traffic enforcement, and outreach while supporting innovative technology development and/or new project(s) not included in the commercial vehicle safety plan that will have a positive impact on commercial vehicle safety.||States, local governments, Federally recognized Tribes etc.||Federal share at least 85%||April 3, 2023 - Applications due for FMCSA's High Priority Commercial Motor Vehicle Funding Opportunity|
April 3, 2023 - Applications due for FMCA's High Priority Innovative Technology Deployment Funding Opportunity
|USDOT-FMCSA||Safety||Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Training & Support Grant Program||$0.03||New||Competitive||New program to train non-federal government employees who conduct Commercial Motor Vehicle enforcement activities and to develop related training materials.||Nonprofits||Federal share is 100%||No||Yes|
|USDOT-FMCSA||Safety||Motor Carrier Safety Operations and Programs||$1.93||Existing||Direct Federal||Provides resources to support program and administrative activities to provide salaries and benefits for motor carrier safety personnel.||N/A||No non-federal cost share required|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Federal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail||$36.00||Existing||Competitive||To fund capital projects that reduce the State of good repair backlog, improve performance, or expand or establish new intercity passenger rail service ,including privately operated intercity passenger rail service if an eligible applicant is involved.||States/group of states, local governments, Federally recognized tribe, D.C., public agencies, Amtrak.||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||March 7, 2023 - Applications due for projects not located on the Northeast Corridor|
March 27, 2023 - Applications due for projects located on the Northeast Corridor
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Federal-State Partnership - Northeast Corridor NOFO||Expected to be announced December 2022|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Consolidated Rail Infrastructure Safety Improvements Program (CRISI)||$5.00||Existing||Competitive||To fund projects that improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of intercity passenger and freight rail. Eligible uses include workforce development and training projects.||States/group of states, local governments, federally-recognized Tribes, D.C., public agencies, Amtrak.||80% federal/20% non-federal with statutory preference for 50/50. Waivers are not available.||December 1, 2022 - Applications due for FY2022 funding||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FRA||Safety||Railroad Crossing Elimination Grant Program||$3 billion||New||Competitive||To fund highway-rail or pathway-rail grade crossing improvement projects that focus on improving the safety and mobility of people and goods.||States, territories, D.C., local authorities, federally-recognized Tribes, Port Authorities, MPOs||80% federal/20% non-federal.||October 11, 2022 - Applications closed for FY22 NOFO||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Restoration and Enhancement Grants||$0.25||Existing||Competitive||To provide operating assistance to initiate, restore, or enhance intercity passenger rail service.||States, federally-recognized Tribes, D.C., local governments, multi-state entities, Amtrak & Other IPR Carriers||Year 1: 90% federal; Year 2: 80% federal; Year 3: 70% federal; Year 4: 60% federal; Year 5: 50% federal; Year 6: 30% federal. Waivers are not available.||Yes||Possibly|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Amtrak National Network Grants||$15.75||Existing||Grant||Provides funding for capital projects to eliminate Amtrak's backlog of deferred maintenance of rolling stock, facilities, stations and infrastructure on the National Network.||Amtrak||No non-federal cost share requirement||September 20, 2022 - Applications closed for National Network Supplementary Cooperative Agreement with Amtrak|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Amtrak Northeast Corridor Grants||$6.00||Existing||Grant||Provides funding for capital projects to eliminate Amtrak's backlog of deferred maintenance of rolling stock, facilities, stations and infrastructure on the Northeast Corridor.||Amtrak||No non-federal cost share requirement||September 20, 2022 - Applications close for Northeast Corridor Supplemental Cooperative Agreement with Amtrak|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Corridor Identification Program||$1.80||New||Competitive||Will identify new intercity passenger rail corridors, develop the necessary service planning elements, and create a project pipeline for associated capital projects off the Northeast Corridor.||States, Tribes, groups of states, Amtrak, regional passenger rail authorities etc.||Not less than 20% non-federal share of eligible costs||March 20, 2023 - Formal project proposals due||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Metropolitan Transportation Planning||$0.80||Existing||Formula||The Metropolitan Planning Program is available to carry out the metropolitan transportation planning process and meet the transportation planning requirements of the joint Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration planning regulations.||States, MPOs||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal. Waivers are not available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Urbanized Area Formula Grant Program (Transit)||$33.39||Existing||Formula||Makes resources available to urbanized areas and Governors for transit capital and operating assistance in urbanized areas and for transportation-related planning.||States, Tribal governments (federally recognized), counties, cities/townships, special districts||Varies. Waivers are not available||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program||$2.19||Existing||Formula||To provide financial assistance in meeting the transportation needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities where public transportation services are unavailable, insufficient or inappropriate.||States, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits, Tribal governments (federally recognized)||Varies. Waivers are not available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Pilot Program for Enhanced Mobility||$0.03||Existing||Competitive||Competitive program to improve coordinated access and mobility||States, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits, Tribal governments (other than federally-recognized)||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Formula Grants for Rural Areas (Transit) including Growing States Funds.||$4.11||Existing||Formula||To improve, initiate, or continue public transportation service in nonurbanized areas and to provide technical assistance for rural transportation providers. The Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program is a set-aside from the Formula Grants for Rural Areas Program.||States, Tribal Governments (federally recognized), counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits||Varies. Waivers not available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Public Transportation on Indian Reservations - Formula||$0.18||Existing||Formula||Provides direct funding to Federally recognized Tribes to provide public transportation service on and around Indian reservations or Tribal land in rural areas||Federally recognized Tribes and Alaska Native Villages||Varies. Waivers are available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Public Transportation on Indian Reservations - Competitive||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||Direct funding to federally-recognized Tribes to provide public transportation service on and around Indian reservations or Tribal land in rural areas.||Federally recognized Tribes and Alaska Native Villages||Varies. Waivers are available.||June 26, 2023 - Applications due for Tribal Transit Program||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Appalachian Development Public Transportation Assistance Program (set-aside of Rural Area Formula Grants)||$0.14||Existing||Formula||Provides funding to States in the Appalachian region to support the provision of public transit services in rural areas.||States, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits, Tribal governments (federally recognized)||Varies. Waivers are not available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Rural Transportation Assistance Program (RTAP) (set-aside)||$0.09||Existing||Formula||Provides funding to states for transportation research, technical assistance, training and related support services in rural areas||States||No non-federal cost share required||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||State of Good Repair Program for Rail Vehicle Replacement||$21.64||Existing||Formula||Assists in funding capital projects for existing fixed guideway systems including rail, bus rapid transit, and passenger ferries) and high intensity motorbus systems to maintain public transportation systems in a state of good repair.||States, counties, cities/townships, special district, Tribal governments (federally recognized)||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Rail Vehicle Replacement Grants||$1.50||New||Competitive||Capital projects for the replacement of rail rolling stock.||States, local governmental authorities||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal; however, these funds cannot exceed 50 percent of total cost. Waivers are not available.||January 5, 2023 - Applications due for FY22 and FY23 competitive funding|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Technical Assistance and Workforce Development||$0.06||Existing||Competitive||Tribes, nonprofits, public transportation providers, development organizations, workforce development entities||TBD||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Pilot program for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning||$0.07||Existing||Competitive||Provides funding to local communities to integrate land use and transportation planning with a new fixed guideway or core capacity transit capital investment||State or local governmental authorities that are FTA grant recipients||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||July 25, 2022 - FY2022 NOFO closed||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Public Transportation Innovation||$0.19||Existing||Competitive||Awards funding to advance innovative public transportation research and development||State and local government entities, federal government etc.||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are available if there's substantial public benefit.||_||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Bus and Bus Facilities Program||$3.16||Existing||Formula||Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, construct or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct or lease bus-related facilities.||States, Tribal Governments (federally recognized) county, cities/townships, special districts||Varies. Waivers are not available||April 2022, Full year FY22 apportionment tables released||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Bus and Bus Facilities Competitive grants||$1.97||Existing||Competitive||Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities.||States, counties, cities/townships, special districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized)||Varies. Waivers are not available.||April 13, 2023 - Applications due||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Capital Investment Grants Program (Fixed Guideway)||$8 bn (an additional $15 billion is authorized but not appropriated)||Existing||Competitive||Discretionary grant program funds transit capital investments, including heavy rail, light rail, commuter rail, streetcars and bus rapid transit. Includes a pilot program for Expedited Project Delivery for new high-capacity transit projects.||States, local governments||Max allowed 80% federal/20% non-federal OR 60% federal/40% non-federal depending on project type. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||All Stations Accessibility Program||$1.75||New||Competitive||Provides capital funding to upgrade the accessibility of legacy rail fixed guideway public transportation systems for people with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs.||States, local government authorities||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal. Waivers are not available.||October 7, 2022 - Proposals in response to FY22 NOFO closed||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Electric or Low-Emitting Ferry Program||$0.25||New||Competitive||Supports transition of passenger ferries to low or zero emissions technologies.||States, territories, Tribal governments etc.||Varies. Waivers are not available.||September 6, 2022 - Applications closed for FY2022 Passenger Ferry Grant Program, Electric or Low-Emitting Ferry Pilot Program and Ferry Service for Rural Communities NOFO||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Ferry Service for Rural Communities||$2.00||New||Competitive||The Ferry Service for Rural Communities Program makes Federal resources available to States to ensure basic essential ferry service is provided to rural areas.||States||Varies. Waivers are not available.|
July 17, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Ferry Service for Rural Communities Program
|USDOT-FTA||Electric Vehicles, Buses and Ferries||Low or No Emissions (Bus) Program||$5.63||New||Competitive||Provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses and bus related equipment and to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities. Provides capital funding for low or no emissions bus projects.||States, counties, cities/townships, special districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized)||Varies. Waivers are not available.||May 31, 2022 - Applications for FY2022 closed||Yes||Yes (in NOFO)||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Other||Growing State Apportionments||$2.06||Existing||Formula||An additional formula funding component added to either the Urbanized Area Formula Grants or Formula grants for Rural Areas funding.||States, Tribal governments (federally recognized), counties, cities/townships, SPDs||Varies. Waivers are not available.||TBD||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Other||Growing States and High-Density States Formula||$1.82||Existing||Formula||An additional formula funding component added to either the Urbanized Area Formula Grants or Formula grants for Rural Areas funding.||States, Tribal governments (federally recognized), counties, cities/townships, SPDs||Varies. Waivers are not available.||TBD||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment Projects||$0.13||Existing||Competitive||Provides funding to assist innovative projects and activities that advance and sustain safe, efficient, equitable, climate-friendly public transportation. Eligible research and demonstrations under this program explore novel approaches to improve public transportation.||States, counties, cities/townships, SPD, Public Transportation provider, Tribal governments (federally recognized) etc.||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Statewide Transportation Planning||$0.17||Existing||Formula||Financial assistance to the States to meet the planning requirements of the joint Federal Transit Administration and Federal Highway Administration planning regulations for Statewide transportation planning.||States, MPOs||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal. Waivers are not available.|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Urbanized Area Passenger Ferry Program (set-aside of Urbanized Area Formula Grants)||$0.15||Existing||Competitive||Competitive program for passenger ferry capital projects in urbanized areas.||States, counties, cities/townships, SPD, Tribal governments (Federally recognized)||Varies. Waivers are not available.|
July 17, 2023 – Applications due for USDOT’s Passenger Ferry Grant Program
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||National Rural Transportation Assistance Program||$0.01||Existing||Technical Assistance||Nonprofits, Higher Ed., other public entities||N/A|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Transit Cooperative Research Program||$0.03||Existing||Applied research program that develops near-term, practical solutions to problems facing public transportation, managed by the Transportation Research Board||National Academy of Sciences||No non-federal cost share required.|
|USDOT-FTA||Public Transportation||Public Transportation Technical Assistance and Workforce Development||$0.06||Existing||Technical Assistance||Funding to support workforce development and transition, including in relation to zero-emission fleet conversion and other technical assistance to support transit providers. Also supports the development of standards for the public transportation industry.||National non-profit organizations||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDOT-Maritime||Ports and Waterways||Port Infrastructure Development Program||$2.25||Existing||Competitive||Grants to invest in the modernization and expansion of US ports to remove bottlenecks, ensure long-term competitiveness, resilience, cybersecurity, and sustainability while reducing impacts to the environment and neighboring communities.||Ports, Port Authorities||80% federal/20% non federal. Waivers are available for small projects or projects in rural areas.||April 28, 2023 – Applications due||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-Maritime||Ports and Waterways||America's Marine Highway Program Grants||$0.03||Existing||Competitive||Grants to develop and expand marine highway service options and facilitate their further integration into the U.S. surface transportation system.||Designated marine highway projects||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||April 28, 2023 - Applications due for FY2023 funding round||Yes|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||Crash data||$0.75||Existing||Competitive||Funding to improve crash data collections and analysis.||States, Secretary of the Interior for Tribes, DC, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, Norther Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands; For contacts: businesses, non-profits||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers not available.||Yes|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||Racial Profiling Data Collection Grants (set-aside of Highway Safety Research and Development)||$0.06||Existing||Formula||States, territories, D.C.|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||Vehicle Safety and Behavioral Research||$0.55||Existing||Competitive||Supplemental funding to accelerate vehicle and behavioral safety research||States, Tribal governments (federally-recognized and non-federally recognized), counties, cities / townships, SPDs, Higher Ed etc.||Up to 100% federal contribution||Yes|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||High-Visibility Enforcement||$0.20||Existing||Competitive||To fund national traffic safety campaigns to reduce alcohol-impaired or drug-impaired driving and to increase the use of seatbelts.||Businesses, nonprofits||No non-federal share required|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||National Driver Register||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||Maintains the Problem Driver Pointer System database||Businesses, nonprofits||No non-federal share required|
|USDOT-NHTSA||Safety||National Priority Safety Programs||$1.87||Existing||Formula||To encourage States to address national priorities for reducing highway deaths and injuries through occupant protection programs, State traffic safety information system improvements, impaired driving countermeasures, passage of effective laws to reduce distracted driving, implementation of motorcyclist safety programs, and non-motorist safety programs.||States, D.C., territories||80 percent Federal / 20 percent non-Federal. Waivers are not available.||January 2022, Interim State Formula Grant Funding Table Released|
|USDOT-PHMSA||Resilience||Emergency Preparedness Grants Hazardous Materials and Emergency Preparedness Grants||$0.23||Existing||Competitive||The Hazardous Materials and Emergency Preparedness Grants Programs consist of the following grants: Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (CSG); Assistance for Local Emergency Response Training (ALERT); Hazardous Materials Instructor Training; and Supplemental Public Sector Training.||States, territories, tribes, counties, cities/townships, etc.||Some grants have a cost share requirement of 20 percent. Waivers are available.||May 5, 2023 - Applications close for Assistance for Local Emergency Response Training (ALERT) Grant||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-PHMSA||Safety||Natural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grants||$1.00||New||Competitive||Grant funds will be made available to municipalities or community owned utilities (not including for-profit entities) to repair, rehabilitate, or replace natural gas distribution pipeline systems or portions thereof or to acquire equipment to reduce incidents and fatalities, and to avoid economic loss.||Utilities||No non-Federal cost share required||August 8, 2022 - applications closed for FY22 funding|
|USDOT-Secretary||Roads, bridges and major projects||Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program||$1.00||New||Competitive||Restores communities by removing, retrofitting or mitigating highways or other transportation facilities that create barriers to community connectivity.||State, locality, Tribal government, MPO, non-profit, owner of eligible facility||80% federal/20% non-federal for planning grants. 50% federal/50% non-federal for construction grants.||October 13, 2022 - Applications for FY22 funding closed||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Roads, bridges and major projects||National Infrastructure Project Assistance (MEGA) projects||$5.00||New||Competitive||Supports large, complex projects that are difficult to fund by other means and likely generate national ,or regional economic, mobility, or safety benefits.||States or group of states, local governments, Tribal government or consortium of Tribal governments, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities, Amtrak if in partnership with the above.||75% Federal/25% non-federal for new compacts; 50% federal/50% non-federal for existing compacts. Waivers not available.||May 3, 2022, Multimodal Project Discretionary Grant Opportunity NOFO (INFRA, MEGA and RURAL programs) closed for FY22. Expected release for FY2023 funding is January 2023.||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Roads, bridges and major projects||Local and Regional Project Assistance (RAISE) Grants||$7.50||Existing||Competitive||Supplemental funding for projects that will have a significant local/regional impact. Includes highways, bridges, public transportation, passenger rail or freight rail, port infrastructure etc.||States, territories, D.C., local governments, multi-state entities, certain SPDs or public authorities, Tribal government, Amtrak in partnership with the above.||Federal cost share shall not exceed 80%. Waivers available for projects located in a rural area, a historically disadvantaged community (HDC) or an area of persistent poverty.||28 February 2023 - Applications close for next round of RAISE grants||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Public Transportation||Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) Grant Program||$0.50||New||Competitive||Provides supplemental funding grants to rural, midsized, and large communities to conduct demonstration projects focused on advanced smart city or community technologies and systems in a variety of communities to improve transportation efficiency and safety.||State; Tribal government, Local, public transit agency or authority, public toll authority, MPO, 2 or more of the above.||No non-Federal cost share required||November 18, 2022 - applications due for FY2022 SMART program funding||Yes||Yes - priority will be given to eligible projects that would promote a skilled workforce)||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Roads, bridges and major projects||National Culvert Removal, Replacement, and Restoration Grant Program (also know as Culvert Aquatic Organism Passage (AOC) Program.||$1.00||New||Competitive||Funds for projects that replace, remove, and/or repair culverts or weirs.||States, local governments, tribes||80% federal/20% non-federal cost share for urban projects and up to 100% Federal funding for projects located in rural areas or historically disadvantaged communities||February 6, 2023 - Applications due for FY2022 competitive program||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Safety||Safe Streets and Roads for All||$5 billion (plus $1 billion authorized but not appropriated)||New||Competitive||Provides supplemental funding to support local initiatives to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets, commonly referred to as "Vision Zero" or "Toward Zero Deaths" initiatives||States, local governments, federally recognized Tribal governments, MPOs, multi-jurisdictional entities||80% federal/20% non-federal. Waivers are not available.||July 10, 2023 - Applications close for FY23 funding round||Yes||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Other||Asset Concessions and Innovative Finance Assistance Program||$0.10||New||Competitive||New program to facilitate access to expert services for and to provide grants to eligible entities to enhance the technical capacity to facilitate and evaluate public-private partnerships to allow the private sector to assume a greater role in project planning, development, financing, construction, maintenance and operation, including through assisting entities entering into asset concessions.||States, Tribal governments (federally and non-federally recognized), counties, cities/townships, special district, public housing authorities, Indian housing authorities etc.||100%||Expected first half of 2023 (For Fy22 and FY23)||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary||Public Transportation||University Transportation Centers||$0.50||Existing||Competitive||The UTC Program advances the State-of-the-art in transportation research and technology, and develops the next generation of transportation professionals.||Higher Ed.||In general, 50 percent Federal share/50 percent non-Federal (100 percent non-Federal matching requirement); 66.7 percent Federal/33.3 percent non-Federal (50 percent non-Federal matching requirement) for Tier 1 UTCs||Yes|
|USDOT-Secretary (Build America Bureau)||Roads, bridges and major projects||Surface Transportation Private Activity Bonds||$0.5 billion (to fund $30 million in PABs)||Existing||Competitive||Provides private surface transportation developers and operators with access to tax-exempt interest rates, lowering the cost of capital significantly and enhancing investment prospects.||Private sector||N/A||Open|
|USDOT-FRA||Passenger and freight rail||Interstate Rail Compacts Grant Program||New||Competitive||Funding for interstate rail compacts' administrative costs and to conduct railroad system planning, promotion of intercity passenger rail operations, and the preparation of grant applications||An existing entity (e.g., a commission) established by member states to implement an interstate rail compact.||July 10, 2023 - Applications due|
|USDOT - NHTSA||Safety||Highway Safety Research and Development||$0.97||Existing||Competitive||Research and development activities with respect to (1) highway and traffic safety systems and conditions, (2) human behavioral factors and their effect on highway and traffic safety, (3) evaluation of the effectiveness of countermeasures to increase highway and traffic safety, (4) development of technologies to detect drug impaired drivers, (5) driver education programs, State laws on highway and traffic safety; Cooperative research and evaluation to research and evaluate priority highway safety countermeasures; Collaborative research on in-vehicle technology to prevent alcohol-impaired driving; Education campaign to reduce incidence of vehicular heatstroke of children; Grant program to develop and implement State processes for informing consumers of recalls; and Evaluation of innovative highway safety countermeasures.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (Federally recognized), Tribal Governments (other than Federally recognized), Independent School Districts, Public Higher-Ed Institutions, Private Higher-Ed Institutions, Nonprofits, Small Businesses, Businesses (other than small businesses), and / or Individuals||Up to 100% federal contribution||Yes|
|DOI||Clean Energy and Power||Earth Mapping Resources Initiative||$0.32||Existing||Competitive||To accelerate the U.S. Geological Survey mapping mission by providing integrated topographic, geologic, geochemical, and geophysical mapping, accelerating the integration and consolidation of geospatial and resource data, and providing an interpretation of both critical mineral resources still in the ground and critical mineral resources that may be reprocessed from mine wastes.||State Geological Surveys, Private Entities||No non-federal share required||Expected early 2023|
|USDA||Clean Energy and Power||Watershed Rehabilitation Program||$0.12||Existing||Competitive||Provides planning, design and construction for Department of Agriculture assisted dams to extend their service life and meet current safety requirements||States, cities, counties, towns, conservation districts, Federally-recognized Tribe or Tribal organization||65% federal/35% non-federal. Waivers are not available||Yes||Yes|
|USDA - Forest Service||Clean Energy and Power||Capital Improvement and Maintenance for Dams||$0.01||Existing||Direct Federal||Funds dams on National Forest System Lands in need of maintenance||Forest Service||Varies.|
|USDOT/HUD||Roads, bridges and major projects||Thriving Communities Program||$0.03||New||Competitive||Funding to develop a national technical assistance program that will drive innovation, advanced equity outcomes and build a national pipeline of community-driven infrastructure projects.||States, local governments, nonprofits, tribes, philanthropic entities and other technical assistance providers.||No non-federal cost share required||November 29, 2022 - Applications due to establish cooperative agreements with technical assistance providers for FY22 funding |
December 6, letters of intent to be submitted to USDOT for organizations seeking technical assistance
|DOC-NOAA||Resilience||Wildfire Infrastructure||$0.05||Existing||Direct Federal||Shall be for observation and dissemination of infrastructure used for wildfire prediction, detection, and forecasting||No non-federal cost share||Funding likely to be distributed internally at this stage, so not external NOFO at this time||Yes|
|DOI||Environmental Remediation||Tribal Orphaned Well Grant Program (Set-aside)||$0.15||New||Competitive||Funding to plus, cap, and remediate orhpan oil and gas wells on Tribal lands||Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||January 20, 2023 - Applications due||Yes|
|DHHS||Water||Indian Health Service Sanitation Facilities Construction Program||$3.50||Existing||Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act Agreements, Direct Federal Spending||Provides technical and financial assistance to American Tribes and Alaska Native villages for the cooperative development and construction of safe drinking water supply, sewage, and solid waste disposal facilities, and related support facilities.||Federally recognized Tribal governments.||Yes|
|DOI||Water||Indian Water Rights Settlement Completion Fund||$2.50||Existing||Competitive||To satisfy Federal obligations under Indian water rights settlement enacted as of November 15, 2021.||Tribal Governments (Federally recognized)||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Clean Water State Revolving Fund Tribal set-aside||$0.23||Existing||Formula||Funding to promote salfe, healthy and clean drinking water.||Tribes (Federally recognized), former Indian reservations in Oklahoma and ANVs||No non-federal cost share required||March 8, 2022 - Memorandum released||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Tribal set-aide||$0.23||Existing||Formula||Funding to promote salfe, healthy and clean drinking water.||Tribes (Federally recognized), former Indian reservations in Oklahoma and ANVs||No non-federal cost share required||May 27, 2022 - Memorandum released||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||National Fish Passage Program||$0.20||Existing||Competitive||For the removal of barriers and for technical assistance under the National Fish Passage Program.||Open, including Tribes||December 16, 2022 - Letters of Intent due, December 31, 2023 - Full applications close||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Underground Injection Control Grants: Class VI wells||$0.05||New||Competitive||Funds agencies that oversee underground injection activities to prevent contamination of underground sources of drinking water from fluid injection practices. 7% set aside for Tribes.||States and Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Contracts and Agreements For Restoration on Federal Lands||$0.05||New||N/A||Contracts for ecological health restoration, to be enacted on no fewer than 10,000 acres of Federal land, including Indian forest land or rangeland||Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Non-governmental Organizations||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Department of Interior Wildfire Management - Burned Area and Rehabilitation||$0.33||Existing||Direct Federal/Other||To mitigate the damaging effects of wildfires and set landscapes on a path towards natural recovery and climate resilience through post-fire restoration and rehabilitation activities.||Federal Agencies, Tribal Governments, and Businesses||No non-federal cost share required||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Direct Federal Spending for Invasives||$0.10||New||N/A||Funding for invasive species detection, prevention, and eradication on private or public lands.||State, Tribal||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Emergency Watershed Protection Program||$0.30||New||Competitive||Provides for design and construction of measures to help repair damages from a recent disaster to safeguard life and property.||Local sponsors representing owners, managers, and users of public, private, or Tribal lands are eligible if their watershed area has been damaged by a natural disaster.||75% federal/25% non-Federal. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Firewood Banks||$0.01||New||Competitive||Under development||State, Tribe, Local Units Of Government, Non-Government Organizations||Federal cost share for grants||Yes|
|DHS - FEMA||Resilience||Flood Mitigation Assistance Grants (National Flood Insurance Act Sec 1366)||$3.50||Existing||Competitive||The Flood Mitigation Assistance program makes Federal funds available to States, U.S. territories, Federally recognized Tribal governments, and local communities to reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings and structures.||States, local, Tribal, territorial governments, and local communities||100% Federal - Severe Repetitive Loss Structure; 90% Federal ; 75% Federal National Flood Insurance Program insured structures and all other activities. Waivers are available.||January 27, 2023 - Applications close for FY2022 Flood Mitigation Assistance||Yes||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Forest Health Management on Federal Lands Program and Forest Health Management on Cooperative Lands Program||$0.10||Existing||Competitive||Helps the National Forest System and other actively managed Federal lands to suppress forest insects and diseases. The program helps State agencies create more fire-adapted communities by implementing pre-fire prevention and mitigation programs and emphasizing pre-fire planning and risk reduction in the Wildland Urban Interface. The program funds important training in safer initial attack responses to wildfire that are also effective. Additionally, the program improves capacity to assist other Federal, State, and local agencies in aiding communities affected by fire and non-fire emergencies, such as hurricanes and floods.||States, Tribes, And Other Federal Agencies||Yes||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Grants For States And Tribes For Voluntary Restoration||$0.40||New||Grant||Grant programs to States, territories of the United States, and Tribes for implementing voluntary restoration projects on private or public lands.||State, Tribal||No set amount or percent.||June 3, 2022 - Applications closed for FY22 funding||Yes|
|DOC-NOAA||Resilience||Habitat Restoration||$0.49||Existing||Competitive||To restore marine, estuarine, coastal, and Great Lakes ecosystem habitat as well as construct or protect ecological features that protect coastal communities from flooding or coastal storms.||Non-Profits, State And Territorial Government Agencies, Local Governments, Municipal Governments, Tribal Governments And Organizations, Educational Institutions, Or Commercial (For-Profit) Organizations.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||National Seed Strategy||$0.06||New||Competitive||Under development||State, Tribe, Local Units Of Government, Non-Government Organizations||TBD||Yes|
|DOC-NOAA||Resilience||Ocean And Coastal Observing Systems||$0.10||Existing||N/A||To support and enhance various critical observing systems in the ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized and non Federally Recognized), nonprofits, higher ed.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOC||Resilience||Ocean And Coastal Observing Systems||$0.05||Existing||N/A||The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will support and enhance two critical ocean observing systems.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized and non Federally Recognized), nonprofits, higher ed.||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Restoration Projects Via States And Tribes||$0.16||Existing||N/A||Management of programs with authority to dispose of National Forest System timber and non-timber forest products harvested for commercial, personal, and Tribal uses.||States, Tribes||No non-federal cost share required||Yes||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Watershed And Flood Prevention Operations||$0.50||Existing||Competitive||Provides planning, design and construction of measures that address resource concerns in a watershed.||Cities, Counties, Towns, Conservation Districts, Or Any Federally-Recognized Native American Tribe Or Tribal Organization.||Varies. Waivers are available in some circumstances.||Yes||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Working Capital Fund||$0.10||New||Working Capital Fund in support of contracts to restore ecological health on Federal lands||Federal, State, Local, Tribal, Non-Governmental Organization||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Lead Service Lines Replacement||$15.00||Existing||Formula||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund funding, with eligible projects limited to lead service line replacement and associated activities.||States initially receive funding, then provide funds to Water Utilities and/or Municipal and Other Eligible Entities. Tribes and Territories are also eligible to receive a portion of State Revolving Fund funds.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes||Yes|
|DOC-NOAA||Water||Soil Moisture and Snowpack Pilot Program||$0.00||Existing||N/A||The study of the soil moisture and snowpack monitoring network in the Upper Missouri River Basin.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized and non-Federally Recognized), Higher edu., nonprofits etc.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOC-NOAA||Water||Water Resources Development Act Data Acquisition||$0.03||Existing||N/A||Pilot program within the National Mesonet Program for the acquisition and use of data generated by a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers -led initiative.||States, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized and non-Federally Recognized), Higher edu., nonprofits etc.||No non-federal cost share required||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Great Lakes Restoration Initiative||$1.00||Existing||Competitive||To restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Chesapeake Bay Program||$0.24||Existing||Competitive||Awards competitive grants and cooperative agreements to States, Tribal and local governments, non-governmental organizations, interstate agencies and academic institutions to reduce and prevent pollution and to improve the living resources in the Chesapeake Bay.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||April 18, 2023 - Applications due for Tidal Water Nutrient Limitation Assessment Program||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||National Estuary Program Grants||$0.13||Existing||Competitive/formula||To protect and restore the water quality and resources of estuaries and associated watersheds designated by the EPA Administrator as estuaries of national significance.||28 Federally Recognized Local National Estuary Programs||Yes. Waivers are available.||July 2022 - FY2022 - FY2026 Guidance released|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Long Island Sound||$0.11||Existing||Competitive||Supports the implementation of a comprehensive plan to protect and restore water quality, habitat, and living resources in Long Island Sound, working with State and local governments, the private sector, user groups, and the general public.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Columbia River Basin Restoration Program||$0.08||Existing||Competitive||This program is intended to improve water quality in the Lower Columbia River Basin through specific actions to reduce toxics, increase monitoring, and/or increase public education and outreach.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||March 13, 2023 - Applications due||Yes||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Puget Sound||$0.09||Existing||Competitive||Goal to restore and maintain the Puget Sound Estuary's environment.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||March 31, 2023 - Applications due for EPA's Puget Sound Action Agenda - Climate Resilient Riparian Systems Lead Program||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Lake Pontchartrain Restoration Program||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||This program carries out the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Comprehensive Management Plan.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Gulf of Mexico||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||Founded to facilitate collaborative actions to protect, maintain, and restore the health and productivity of the Gulf of Mexico in ways consistent with the economic well-being of the Region.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|DOI||Water||Central Utah Project||$0.05||Existing||Direct Federal||Funding will be used to continue construction of the Utah Lake System Pipeline.||Central Utah Water Conservancy District, Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission||January 2022, Initial Spend Plan released|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Lake Champlain||$0.04||Existing||Competitive||Coordinates and funds efforts that benefit the Lake Champlain Basin’s water quality, fisheries, wetlands, wildlife, recreation, and cultural resources, in partnership with government agencies. private organizations, local communities, and individuals.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - San Francisco Bay Water Quality Improvement Fund||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||To improve water quality and restore aquatic habitat (i.e. wetlands) in the San Francisco Bay and its watersheds.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||September 20, 2022 - Request for Applications closed||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - South Florida Geographic Initiatives Program||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||Provides competitive grants to address the immediate and emerging ecological pressures and threats to nearshore waters, bays, estuaries, beaches, and coral reefs central to South Florida’s economic well-being.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Southeast New England Coastal Watershed Restoration Program||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||To protect and restore water quality, ecological health, and diverse habitats by sharing knowledge and resources, promoting innovative approaches, and leveraging economic and environmental investments to meet the needs of current and future generations.||Broad Eligibilities||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|EPA||Water||Geographic Programs - Northwest Forest||$0.00||Existing||N/A||Addresses water quality impairments from non-point sources related to pacific northwest forest practices and works to improve the quality and quantity of surface water so that beneficial uses and drinking water/source water protection goals are met.||Limited Eligibilities – Federal||Yes. Waivers are available.||Yes|
|USACE||Resilience||Inland Flood Risk Management Projects||$2.50||Existing||Direct Federal||Funds the construction of projects that help to reduce the risk of damage in a flood, including $750 million for multi-purpose projects or programs that include flood risk management benefits as a purpose.||The Army Corps will use this funding to construct authorized Federal flood damage reduction projects.||In general, unless otherwise specified in law, projects are cost shared 65 percent Federal, 35 percent non-Federal.|
|USACE||Resilience||Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Projects||$1.90||Existing||Direct Federal||Funds the construction of authorized water resources projects to increase aquatic ecosystem restoration, including $1 billion for multi-purpose projects or programs that include aquatic ecosystem restoration as a purpose.||In partnership with State, local, and Tribal governments the Army Corps would use funding to construct Federally authorized aquatic ecosystem restoration projects.||In general, unless otherwise specified in law, projects are cost shared 65 percent Federal, 35 percent non-Federal.||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Wildfire Management - Fuels Management||$0.88||Existing||Direct Federal||To protect vulnerable communities from wildfire while preparing our communities and natural landscapes for a changing climate, through hazardous fuels management strategies.||Federal Agencies, State agencies, Tribal Governments, And Businesses||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Reforestation Trust Fund (Replant Act)||$0.53||Existing||Direct Federal||The funds are used to reduce the backlog in reforestation and timber stand improvement work.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Report to Congress in November 2022|
|USDA||Resilience||Hazardous Fuels Management||$0.51||Existing||Direct Federal||The Hazardous Fuels program prioritizes treating areas with high potential for damaging wildfires within the wildland-urban interface using a scenario planning tool to identify areas where there is high and very high wildfire hazard potential adjacent to communities.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Federal Wildland Firefighter Salaries And Expenses||$0.48||Existing||Direct Federal||To address the increasing complexity and severity of fire years the Forest Service will create a more permanent workforce by converting no fewer than 1,000 seasonal wildland firefighters to wildland fire managers that are full-time, permanent and year-round while also holding responsibilities for reducing hazardous fuels on Federal land.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Hazardous Fuels (Mechanical Thinning And Timber Harvesting; Precommercial Thinning In Young Growth)||$0.40||Existing||Direct Federal||The Hazardous Fuels program prioritizes treating areas with high potential for damaging wildfires within the wildland-urban interface using a scenario planning tool to identify areas where there is high and very high wildfire hazard potential adjacent to communities.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Burned Area Recovery||$0.33||Existing||Direct Federal||The Forest Service Burned Area Rehabilitation program addresses threats to fish, wildlife and people downstream, that some fires create.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|DOI||Resilience||Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan||$0.30||Existing||N/A||The Colorado River Basin Drought Contingency Plan aims to reduce the risk of Lake Mead and Lake Powell reaching critically low elevations.||Open||TBD. Waivers are not available.||First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in July 2022|
|USDA||Resilience||Fuel Breaks||$0.25||Existing||Direct Federal||The Hazardous Fuels program prioritizes treating areas with high potential for damaging wildfires within the wildland-urban interface using a scenario planning tool to identify areas where there is high and very high wildfire hazard potential adjacent||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Capital Improvement And Maintenance - Legacy Road And Trail Remediation Program||$0.25||Existing||Direct Federal||This program protects investments by decommissioning and repairing roads and trails to mitigate detrimental impacts to sensitive ecosystems and watersheds.||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.|
|DOC-NOAA||Resilience||Coastal Zone Management||$0.21||Existing||Competitive||The purpose of these funds is to restore and protect coastal ecosystems through direct investment by coastal States and territories in ecologically significant habitats.||States (Includes District Of Columbia, Public Institutions Of Higher Education, And Hospitals); U.S. Territories And Possessions; U.S. Territories And Possessions (Includes Institutions Of Higher Education And Hospitals); State; Any Coastal State.||No non-Federal cost share required||October 14, 2022 - Applications closed for NOAA's Coastal Zone Management Habitat Protection and Restoration program|
|USDA||Resilience||Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership Program||$0.18||Existing||Direct Federal||Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service and Natural Resources Conservation Service are working together to improve the health of forests where public forests and grasslands connect to privately owned lands.||No non-Federal cost share required||RFP Released in May 2022|
|DOI||Resilience||Ecosystem - Klamath Basin||$0.16||Existing||Competitive||Funding provided will be allocated for habitat restoration and water right acquisition to help restore the Klamath ecosystem, as well as for enhanced hatchery production of listed Klamath species (Lost River and shortnose suckers).||Open||May 8, 2022 - Applications closed for year 1 funding|
|USACE||Resilience||Regulatory Program||$0.16||Existing||Direct Federal||Provides funds to administer the laws and regulations pertaining to activities affecting U.S. waters.||Army Corps permitting activities.||No cost share requirement. Applicants can elect to pay a fee for permitting.|
|USDA||Resilience||Ecological Health Restoration Contracts||$0.15||New||Direct Federal||This program is responsible for issuing contracts for management of programs with authority to dispose of National Forest System timber and non-timber forest products harvested for commercial, personal, and Tribal uses.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Report to Congress in June 2022||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Removal Of Vegetation For Biochar And Innovative Wood Products||$0.10||Existing||Direct Federal||This program, through contracting or employing crews of laborers, supports the modification and removal of flammable vegetation on Federal land and for using materials from treatments.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program||$0.10||Existing||Direct Federal||Uses collaborative, science-based approaches to enhance forest and watershed health, reduce risk from uncharacteristic wildfire, and provide benefits to rural economies.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Post-Fire Restoration||$0.10||Existing||Direct Federal||The Burned Area Recovery program will provide restoration activities on wildfire affected areas within three years after the date that a wildland fire is contained.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Restore Native Vegetation On Federal/Non-Federal Land||$0.10||Existing||Direct Federal||This program ensures the productive and sustainable use of National Forest System lands by improving the condition and health of forest and rangeland vegetation, controlling the spread of invasive species, sustaining soil productivity, reducing the risk of severe flooding and erosion in areas affected by severe fire, and maintaining water quality.||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||State Capacity Program for Invasive Species Eastern Region (Non-federal lands) (subpart of 40804(b)(6))||$0.003||Existing||State governments||To build and maintain capacity around invasive species work to accomplish IIJA ecosystem restoration objectives||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.||16 December 2022 - Grant applications for FY2022 and FY2023 close||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||High Priority Regional Invasive Species Projects (Non-federal lands) (subpart of 40804(b)(6))||$0.01||Existing||Competitibe||To fund projects that that strategically sustain the health of priority forest ecosystems or tree species.||State government||Varies. Waivers are not available.||February 3, 2023 - Applications close||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Capital Improvement And Maintenance - Construction And Maintenance Of Roads For Forest Restoration Projects That Reduce Wildfire Risk||$0.10||Existing||Direct Federal||This program administers an extensive transportation network that is vital to the agency’s mission to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of national forest lands.||Forest Service Funding||Varies. Waivers are not available.|
|DOC||Resilience||Research Supercomputing||$0.08||Existing||Competitive||Funds will be used to provide computational resources to support and advance environmental modeling crucial for understanding critical Earth systems.||Public Higher-Ed Institutions, Federal Partners, Businesses||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Revegetation Effort to Implement National Seed Strategy||$0.07||Existing||Direct Federal||Guides ecological restoration across major landscapes, especially those lands damaged by rangeland fires, invasive species, severe storms, and drought.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Direct Federal Spending (Or Other) For National Revegetation Strategy||$0.07||New||Direct Federal||Funding to implement a national revegetation effort on private and public lands||Federal||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Preplanning Fire Response Workshops And Workforce Training||$0.05||New||Direct Federal||The Forest Service will conduct pre-planning fire response workshops that develop Potential Operational Delineations and select potential control locations and workforce training for staff, non-Federal firefighters, and Native village fire crews.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Colorado River Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation Programs||$0.05||Existing||N/A||The Colorado River Basin Endangered Species and Conservation programs support the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish and San Juan River Basin Recovery Implementation Programs and the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program in the Upper Colorado Basin.||Open||TBD. Waivers are not available.||First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in July 2022|
|DOI||Resilience||Ecosystem - Sagebrush-Steppe||$0.05||Existing||Competitive||To conserve the sagebrush ecosystem of the American West and the nationally-significant biological, cultural and economic resources it supports.||Open||Yes||June 16, 2022 - FY2022 allocations made|
|USACE||Resilience||Flood Plain Management Services||$0.05||Existing||Direct Federal||The Army Corps provides site-specific flood and flood plain data and assistance to States, Tribes, and local communities.||Funds certain technical assistance provided by the Army Corps||In general, unless otherwise specified in law, projects are 100 percent Federally funded.|
|DOI||Resilience||Direct Federal Spending For Resilient Recreation Sites||$0.05||New||Direct Federal||Funding to improve resilience of recreation sites on Federal lands, including Indian forest or range lands.||Federal||No non-Federal cost share required||First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in May 2022|
|DOI||Resilience||Ecosystem - Delaware River Basin Conservation Act||$0.03||Existing||Competitive||The Delaware River Basin program provides competitive matching grants for habitat conservation to State and local governments, nonprofit organizations, institutions of higher education, and other eligible entities in the Delaware River Basin.||Open||Yes||First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in September 2022|
|DOI||Resilience||National Geological And Geophysical Data Preservation Program||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||Provides competitive grants to State Geological Surveys and funds projects executed by U.S. Geological Survey and other Department of the Interior bureaus to preserve, modernize, and make publicly available geological and geophysical data and assets.||State Geological Surveys, State Universities Housing State Geological Surveys, Private Contractors, U.S. Geological Survey Science Centers And Other Department of Interior Bureaus||No non-Federal cost share required||January 13, 2023 - Applications due for the state component of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program|
|USDA||Resilience||Southwest Ecological Restoration Institute||$0.02||Existing||Direct Federal||Southwest Ecological Restoration Institute will compile and display data for fuels treatments and wildfire, to facilitate coordination and use of existing and future interagency fuel treatment data, and to carry out other related activities of a Southwest Ecological Restoration Institute.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Volunteer Fire Assistance||$0.02||Existing||Competitive||The Volunteer Fire Assistance program focuses on increasing the capacity of local fire departments to provide initial attack on wildfires by providing additional firefighter training and assistance to departments with purchasing equipment.||Community And State. National Association Of State Foresters, State Forestry Agencies, National Volunteer Fire Council And The International Association Of Fire Chiefs||Yes. Waivers are available.||Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q3 2022|
|Department of the Interior||Resilience||Ecosystem - Lake Tahoe||$0.02||Existing||Grant||To deploy strategies consistent with the Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan to prevent the introduction or spread of aquatic invasive species in the Lake Tahoe region.||Open||Yes||July 19, 2022 - first round of funds allocated||Yes|
|USDA||Resilience||Agreement With National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration For Geostationary Operations Environmental Satellite Program||$0.01||New||Direct Federal||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Research And Development Via Joint Fire Science Program Partnership With Department Of Interior||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||The Joint Fire Science Program funds scientific research on wildland fires and distributes results to help policymakers, fire managers and practitioners make decisions.||Institutions Of Higher Education||No non-Federal cost share required|
|DOI||Resilience||Wildfire Management - Joint Fire Science Program with Department of Agriculture||$0.01||Existing||Competitive||Support science and research on wildland fire management issues that mitigate wildfire risk.||Science And Research Organizations/Entities, Public Higher-Ed Institutions, Private Higher-Ed Institutions||No non-Federal cost share required||December 20, 2022 - Applications close|
|Department of Agriculture||Resilience||Wildfire Detection And Monitoring Equipment||$0.01||New||Direct Federal||The agency will procure and place wildfire detection and real-time monitoring equipment, such as sensors, cameras, and other relevant equipment in wildfire prone areas to enhance safety and awareness of wildfire risk for the public and first responders.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|USDA||Resilience||Develop And Publish Every 5 Years A Map Depicting At-Risk Communities, Including Tribal Communities||$0.00||Existing||Direct Federal||The Forest Service will develop and publish every five years a map depicting at-risk communities, including Tribal communities.||Forest Service Funding||No non-Federal cost share required|
|TBD||Broadband||Private Activity Bonds for Qualified Broadband Projects||New||Competitive||Assists private sector providers for projects to provide broadband service to one or more census block groups where at least 50% of residential households do not have access to fixed terrestial broadband service||Private sector partners||N/A|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Carbon Dioxide Capture Facilities Private Activity Bonds||New||Tax exemptions||Assists private sector providers for projects to install equilemtn in an industrial carbon dioxide facility||Private sector partners||N/A||N/A|
|DOE||Clean Energy and Power||Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnerships (GRIP) Program - Grid Resilience Utility and Industry Competitive Grants (s. 40101(c))||$2.50||New||Competitive||Provides grants to carry out activities that support grid hardening efforts, reduce the risk of power lines causing a wildfire and increase the ability of the eligible entity to reduce the likelihood and consequences of disruptive events.||April 6, 2023 - Full Application due||Yes|
|DOI||Resilience||Fuels Management and Community Fire Assistance Program||Competitive||To restore and maintain fire resilient landscapes, create fire adapted communities and respond to wildfires.||State, local governments, Tribes, non-profits, institutes of higher ed. etc.||May 5, 2023 – Applications due for DOI’s National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) Fuels Management and Community Fire Assistance Program||Yes|