IIJA Implementation Resources

As Governors lead on implementing the historic bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), 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.

Federal Resources

Department of Transportation

The Department of Transportation has published a list of anticipated dates for Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) for key Bipartisan Infrastructure Law programs.  This list is not comprehensive and will be updated periodically with new programs and dates. The list can be found 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.


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 / National Telecommunications and Information Agency
Department of Energy
  • 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.
Environmental Protection Agency
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
  • 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
  • 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

IIJA Guidebook Released

After previewing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act guidebooks to Governors at the 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 released an IIJA Rural Playbook, which identifies programs set aside for rural communities under the law and overviews key flexibilities and other benefits available.

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.


Full details of all transportation and broadband programs, and other select programs, are available in a searchable table below.

Calendar of Upcoming IIJA Funding Opportunities and Milestones

July 19, 2022 to January 2023

NGA Resources

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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.


Association Resources

Government Finance Officers Association
National Association Of State Energy Officials

Infrastructure Insights

IFM Investors

Indiana Toll Road Overview

This presentation provides a comprehensive description of a successful transportation public-private partnerships in Indiana.

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IFM Investors

ESRI

Three Steps to Prioritize Infrastructure Investment With GIS

Using GIS technology you can see where infrastructure systems—including transportation, water, sewer, broadband, and utilities—are not meeting demand levels or where shifts in demographics are occurring so you can target investments that will deliver the greatest impact.

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ESRI

McKinsey & Company

Navigating the Complexity of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

To help government leaders keep track of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law-related information as it becomes available, McKinsey has developed the BIL Navigator, a digital tool that captures the most critical BIL-related information—including program deadlines and requirements.

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McKinsey & Company

Boston Consulting Group

Reforming the Execution of Megaprojects

It is more essential than ever to understand why so many large infrastructure projects meet delays and cost overruns—especially the “megaprojects” with budgets over $500 million.

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Boston Consulting Group


IIJA Formula and Competitive Grant Program Tracker

This resource presents information on formula and competitive grant programs in the IIJA. At this stage, the tracker includes transportation, broadband, energy and other relevant programs identified in the White House guidebook. 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 and additional program areas will be added. For any questions or comments, please reach out to infrastructure@nga.org.

Updated: June 28, 2022

AGENCYNAME OF PROGRAMAMOUNT ($billions) FY 2022-2026 (Source: White House Guidebook)NEW OR EXISTING PROGRAMTYPEELIGIBLE RECIPIENTSLATEST ACTIONS AND UPCOMING MILESTONES - year/month/day (if available)
USDOT-FAAAirport Infrastructure Grants $15.00 New FormulaPublic agencies, private entities, certain states, certain tribes, Airports22/05 - FAA will issue guidance based on FY22 airport allocations
USDOT-FAAAir Traffic Facilities and Equipment $5.00 NewFormulaFederal Aviation Authority towners and commercial vendors22/02 - 22/12 - Each program has its own planning cycle and individual milestones
USDOT-FAAAirport Terminal Program $5.00 NewCompetitivePublic agencies, private entities, certain states, certain tribes, Secretary of the Interior22/03/08 – applications closed for first $1 billion in funding
USDOT-FAAContract Tower Program $0.20 ExistingCompetitiveFederal Aviation Authority towers and commercial vendorsTBD
USDOT-FHWATribal Transportation Program $2.97ExistingFormulaTribes22/03 - 22/06 - funds will be released with guidance on eligible uses of funds in the coming months
USDOT-FHWANational Highway Performance Program $148.00 Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWARailway-Highway Grade Crossings Program $1.23Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWASurface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBGP) $72.00Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWAHighway Safety Improvement Program $15.58Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWANational Highway Freight Program $7.15Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWACongestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program $13.20 Existing FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWAConstruction of Ferry Boats and Ferry Terminal Facilities $0.91 Existing FormulaEligible ferry operationsTBD
USDOT-FHWATerritorial Highway Program $0.24Existing FormulaTerritories (except P.R.)22/10 - next round of funding for FY23 to be released; FY22 funding already released
USDOT-FHWACarbon Reduction Program $6.40 NewFormulaStates, D.C.22/04/21 – Implementation Guidance released
USDOT-FHWABridge Formula Program $26.68NewFormulaStates, D.C.22/04/08 Revised apportionment table for FY22 released
USDOT-FHWANational Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program $5.00 NewFormulaStates, D.C., P.R.22/08 - states must submit EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan to receive FY22 funds
USDOT-FHWAPromoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost saving Transportation (PROTECT) formula program $7.30 New FormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FHWAAppalachian Development Highway System $1.20 Reinstatement FormulaAppalachian States22/01 - FY22 funding released
USDOT-FHWANationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects $0.28 ExistingCompetitiveStates, local governments and counties (if sponsored by eligible entity) etc.22/05 – Expected NOFO release in May
USDOT-FHWABridge Investment Program $12.20 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes, certain MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities.22/05 – Expected NOFO release in May
USDOT-FHWARural Surface Transportation Grant Program $1.00 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes, regional transportation planning organizations22/05/03 – NOFO applications close
USDOT-FHWAWildlife Crossings Pilot Program $0.35 NewCompetitiveState highway agencies, MPOs, local governments, tribes, regional transportation authorities, certain SPD or public authorities etc.TBD
USDOT-FHWACharging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Corridor Charging) $1.25New CompetitiveStates, territories, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authoritiesTBD
USDOT-FHWAPromoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost saving Transportation (PROTECT) program $1.40 New CompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities.TBD
USDOT-SecretaryReconnecting Communities Pilot Program $1.00 New CompetitiveOwner of an eligible facility22/06 – Expected NOFO release
USDOT-FHWACongestion Relief Program $0.25 New CompetitiveStates, MPOs, cities or municipalitiesTBD
USDOT-FHWAAdvanced Transportation Technologies and Innovative Mobility Deployment $0.90 Existing CompetitiveStates, local governments, transit agencies, MPOs etc.TBD
USDOT-FHWANationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (INFRA) $7.25Existing CompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes, certain MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities etc.22/05/03 – NOFO applications close
USDOT-FHWAReduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities $0.40 New CompetitiveNone specifiedTBD
USDOT-FHWATribal High Priority Projects Program $0.05 Reinstatement CompetitiveTribesTBD
USDOT-FHWAPrioritization Process Pilot Program $0.05 NewCompetitiveStates, certain MPOsTBD
USDOT-FHWAStrategic Innovation for Revenue Collection (Set-aside) $0.08 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, MPOsTBD
USDOT-FHWAHighway Safety Programs $1.99 Existing FormulaStates, Territories, D.C., the Secretary of Interior for Tribes.21/12 Interim State Formula Grant Funding Table Released
USDOT-FMCSAMotor Carrier Safety Assistance Program $2.43Existing FormulaState Lead Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program Agencies22/03 - estimated release of funds
USDOT-FRAFederal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail $36.00 ExistingCompetitiveStates/group of states, local governments, tribes, D.C., public agencies, Amtrak.TBD
USDOT-FRAConsolidated Rail Infrastructure Safety Improvements Program (CRISI) $5.00 ExistingCompetitiveStates/group of states, local governments, tribes, D.C., public agencies, Amtrak.22/08 – Expected NOFO release in August
USDOT-FRARailroad Crossing Elimination Grant Program $3.00 NewCompetitiveStates, territories, D.C., local authorities, tribes, Port Authorities, MPOs22/06 – Expected NOFO release in June
USDOT-FRARestoration and Enhancement Grants $0.25 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, D.C., local governments, multi-state entities, Amtrak & Other IPR Carriers22/03/09 – comments closed for RFI on Corridor Identification and Development Program
USDOT-FTAMetropolitan Transportation Planning $0.80Existing FormulaStates, MPOs22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAUrbanized Area Formula Grant Program (Transit) $33.39ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAEnhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program $2.19 ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAPilot Program for Enhanced Mobility $0.03 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofitsTBD
USDOT-FTAFormula Grants for Rural Areas (Transit) including Growing States Funds. $4.11ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAPublic Transportation on Indian Reservations - Formula $0.18 ExistingFormulaTribes22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAPublic Transportation on Indian Reservations - Competitive $0.05 ExistingCompetitiveTribes22/05/25 - Application period closes. NOFO released February 22.
USDOT-FTAAppalachian Development Public Transportation Assistance Program $0.14 Existing Formula States, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts, nonprofits22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTARural Transportation Assistance Program (RTAP) $0.09 ExistingStatesTBD
USDOT-FTAState of Good Repair Program for Rail Vehicle Replacement $21.64ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special district22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTARail Vehicle Replacement Grants $1.50 New CompetitiveStates, local governments22/07 – Expected NOFO release in July
USDOT-FTATechnical Assistance and Workforce Development $0.06 ExistingFormulaTribes, nonprofits, public transportation providers, development organizations, workforce development entitiesTBD
USDOT-FTAPilot program for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning $0.07 Existing CompetitiveStates, local governments22/05 – Expected NOFO release in May
USDOT-FTAPublic Transportation Innovation $0.19 ExistingCompetitiveState and local government entities, federal government etc._
USDOT-FTABuses and Bus Facilities Program $3.16 ExistingFormulaStates, tribe county, cities/townships, special districts22/04 – Full year FY22 apportionment tables released
USDOT-FTAGrants for Buses and Bus Facilities $1.97 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts22/05/31 – applications close for NOFO
USDOT-FTACapital Investment Grants Program (Fixed Guideway) $8.00Existing CompetitiveStates, local governmentsTBD
USDOT-FTAAll Station Accessibility Program $1.75 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments22/07 – Expected NOFO release in July
USDOT-FTAElectric or Low-Emitting Ferry Program $0.25NewCompetitiveTBD22/06 – Expected NOFO release in June
USDOT-FTAFerry Service for Rural Communities $2.00 NewCompetitiveStates22/06 – Expected NOFO release in June
USDOT-FTALow and No Emissions (Bus) Program $5.63 New CompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special districts22/05/31 – applications close for NOFO
USDOT-MaritimePort Infrastructure Development Program $2.25ExistingCompetitivePorts, Port Authorities22/5/16 - applications due - NOFO released February 15
USDOT-MaritimeAmerica's Marine Highway Program Grants$0.03ExistingCompetitiveDesignated marine highway projects22/04/29 – applications close for NOFO
USDOT-SecretaryNational Infrastructure Project Assistance (MEGA) projects $5.00 NewCompetitiveStates or group of states, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities, Amtrak if in partnership with the above.22/05/03 – NOFO applications close
USDOT-SecretaryLocal and Regional Project Assistance (RAISE) Grants $7.50 ExistingCompetitiveStates, territories, D.C., local governments, multi-state entities, certain SPDs or public authorities, Amtrak in partnership with the above.22/04/14 – Applications closed for FY22
USDOT-SecretaryStrengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) Grant Program $0.50 NewCompetitiveState; Tribe, Local, public transit agency or authority, public toll authority, MPO, 2 or more of the above.22/09 – Expected NOFO release in September
USDOT-SecretaryNational Culvert Removal, Replacement, and Restoration Grant Program $1.00 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes22/06-22/09 – NOFO release expected summer 2022
USDOT-SecretarySafe Streets and Roads for All $5.00 New CompetitiveStates, tribes, local governments, MPOs, multi-jurisdictional entities22/09/15 – Applications close for FY22 funding
USDOT-FHWACharging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Community Charging) $1.25 NewCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes, local governments, MPOs, certain SPDs or public authorities TBD
USDOT-FHWAMetropolitan Planning $2.28 Existing FormulaMPOs21/12 FY22 funding released December 2021
USDOT-FMCSACommercial Motor Vehicle Operators Grant Program $0.02 ExistingCompetitiveNonprofits22/03/31 – applications closed for FY22 funding round
USDOT-FHWASafety-Related Activities (set aside) $0.02 ExistingCompetitiveStates, D.C.TBD
USDOT-SecretaryAsset Concessions $0.10 NewCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, special district etc.TBD
USDOT-FTAGrowing State Apportionments $2.06 ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, SPDsTBD
USDOT-FTAGrowing States and High-Density States Formula $1.82 ExistingFormulaStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, SPDsTBD
USDOT-FTAResearch, Development, Demonstration and Deployment Projects $0.13 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, SPD, Public Transportation provider, etc.TBD
USDOT-FTAStatewide Transportation Planning $0.17 ExistingCompetitiveStates, MPOsTBD
USDOT-FTAUrbanized Area Passenger Ferry Program $0.15 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities/townships, SPD22/06 – Expected NOFO release in June
USDOT-PHMSAEmergency Preparedness Grants $0.23 ExistingCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes, counties, cities/townships, etc. 22/04/22 - applications for FY22 closed
USDOT-FHWADisadvantaged Business Enterprises $0.05 ExistingCompetitiveStatesTBD
USDOT-FHWAFederal Lands Access Program $1.49 ExistingFormulaStatesTBD
USDOT-FHWAGrants for Planning, Feasibility Analysis, and Revenue Forecasting (Bridge Investment Program Set-aside) $0.10 NewCompetitiveStates, certain MPOs, local governments, tribes, certain SPDs or public authorities etc.22/05 – Expected NOFO release in May
USDOT-FTANational Rural Transportation Assistance Program $0.01 ExistingTechnical AssistanceNonprofits, Higher Ed., other public entities N/A
USDOT-FHWAHighway Research & Development Program $0.31 ExistingTechnical AssistanceVariesTBD
USDOT-FHWAHighway Use Tax Evasion Projects $0.02 ExistingCompetitiveStates, IRS22/04/22 – FY21 Funding closed
USDOT-FHWANational Motor Vehicle Per-Mile User Fee Pilot (set-aside) $0.05 NewCompetitiveStates TBD
USDOT-FHWAOn-the-Job Training Program $0.05 ExistingCompetitiveStates TBD
USDOT-FHWAPuerto Rico Highway Program $0.90 ExistingFormulaPuerto Rico22/01 – FY funding released
USDOT-FHWAState Incentives Pilot Program (Set-aside within INFRA) $0.75 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes, MPOs, certain SPDs or Port Authorities 22/05/03 – NOFO applications close
USDOT-Build America BureauTransportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) $1.25 ExistingLoansState (including D.C. and PR), Local, public authority, certain private entities open for applications
USDOT-FHWATribal Transportation Facility Bridge (Set-aside Bridge Investment Program) $0.20 New CompetitiveTribes22/05 – Expected NOFO release in May
USDOT-FHWATribal Transportation Facility Bridges (Bridge Formula Funding Set-Aside) $0.83 ExistingFormulaTribes 22/01 – FY 2022 funding released
USDOT-FHWACommercial Driver's License Implementation Program $0.30 ExistingCompetitiveStates, local governments, any person22/07 - Review and evaluate grant proposals and award funding
USDOT-NHTSA Crash data $0.75 ExistingCompetitiveStates, territories, and Secretary of the Interior (for Tribes)22/01 - data collection and interagency team
USDOT-FMCSAHigh Priority Activities Program $0.43 ExistingCompetitiveStates, local governments, tribes etc.22/03/31 - applications closed for FY22 funding round for Innovative Technology Deployment and Commercial Motor Vehicle programs
USDOT-NHTSA Highway Safety, Research and Development $0.97 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes counties, cities / townships, SPDs, Higher Ed., nonprofits, independent school Districts etc.TBD
USDOT-NHTSA Racial Profiling Data Collection Grants $0.06 ExistingFormulaStates, territories, D.C.TBD
USDOT-NHTSA Vehicle Safety and Behavioral Research $0.55 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities / townships, SPDs, Higher Ed etc.22/06 - Establish cooperative agreements with stakeholder agencies
USDOT-FHWA Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Advanced Digital Construction Management Systems (Set-aside) $0.10 ExistingFHWA Research, Technology, and Education ProgramTBD
USDOT-FHWAAccelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies (Set-aside) $0.06 ExistingFHWA Research, Technology, and Education ProgramTBD
USDOT-FRAAmtrak National Network Grants $15.75 ExistingGrantAmtrak22/05 - submit FY23 spending plan
USDOT-FRAAmtrak Northeast Corridor Grants $6.00 ExistingGrantAmtrak22/05 - submit FY23 spending plan
USDOT-FHWABureau of Transportation Statistics $0.13 ExistingGrantBureau of Transportation Statistics
USDOT-FMCSACommercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Training & Support Grant Program $0.03 NewCompetitiveNonprofits22/02 - Notice of Funding opportunity
USDOT-FHWAFederal Lands Transportation Program (For other Federal Land Management Agencies) $0.15 ExistingCompetitiveFederal Land Management Agencies22/04 - 22/06 - FY Funding to be released
USDOT-FHWAFederal Lands Transportation Program (Funding for U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) $0.18 ExistingCompetitiveFederal Land Management Agencies22/04 - 22/06 - FY Funding to be released
USDOT-FHWAFederal Lands Transportation Program (Funding for U.S. Forest Service) $0.13 ExistingCompetitiveFederal Land Management Agencies22/04 - 22/06 - FY Funding to be released
USDOT-FHWAFederal Lands Transportation Program (funds for National Park Service) $1.73 ExistingNational Park Service
USDOT-NHTSA High-Visibility Enforcement $0.20 ExistingCompetitiveBusinesses, nonprofits22/04, Distracted Driving, 22/05, Click It or Ticket; 22/07 and 22/08, Impaired Driving.
USDOT-FHWAIntelligent Transportation Systems Program $0.25 ExistingFHWA Research, Technology, and Education ProgramTBD
USDOT-FHWALow or No Emission Vehicle Component Assessment Program $0.03
USDOT-NHTSA National Driver Register $0.04 ExistingCompetitiveBusinesses, nonprofits
USDOT-PHMSANatural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grants $1.00 NewCompetitiveUtilities22/05 – Expected NOFO release
USDOT-FMCSAMotor Carrier Safety Operations and Programs $1.93 ExistingDirect federal fundingN/A
USDOT-FHWATechnology and Innovation Deployment Program $0.09 ExistingFHWA Research, Technology, and Education Program
USDOT-FTATransit Cooperative Research Program $0.03 ExistingNational Academy of Sciences
USDOT-FTAPublic Transportation Technical Assistance and Workforce Development $0.06 ExistingTBD
EPAClean School Bus ProgramNewCompetitiveStates, local governments, eligible contractors, nonprofits etc22/04 - 22/06 - applications for funding to be made available in the Spring
DOEElectric drive vehicle battery recycling and 2nd life apps $0.20 NewCompetitiveStates, local governments, higher ed. Etc 22/05/31 – Submission deadline for concept papers;  July 19, submission deadline for full applications
FCC-WCBAffordable Connectivity Program $14.20 ExistingIndividual families22/04/15 – Comments closed on request for information on proposals to increase awareness and participation
FCC-WCBAffordable Connectivity Program - Outreach GrantsNewTBD, Pending Rulemaking
FCC-WCBBroadband Deployment Locations Map $10.00 NewDirect federal spending N/A
DOC - NTIABroadband Equity, Access and Deployment Program $42.45 NewFormula States, territories, D.C. 22/07/18 – Completed letters of Intent due through application portal
Denali CommissionDenali Commission Broadband Funding $0.00 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities / townships, SPDs, etc.22/05/13 – Applications close for Denali Commission programs
USDA-RUSDistance Learning, Telemedicine, And Broadband Program: Broadband Loans $0.07 ExistingLoansStates, Tribes, local governments, K-12, higher ed., library, hospital TBD
USDA-RUSDistance Learning, Telemedicine, And Broadband Program: Reconnect Program $1.93 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, local governments, K-12, higher ed., library, hospital 22/07 to 22/09 estimated application opening date
DOC - NTIAMiddle Mile Grants Program $1.00 NewCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes, ISPs, local entities22/09/30 – Applications due through application portal
DOC - NTIAState Digital Equity Capacity Grant $1.44 NewCompetitiveStates, Territories, D.C.TBD
DOC - NTIAState Digital Equity Competitive Grant $1.25 NewCompetitiveState and territory agencies, tribes, ISPs, local entitiesTBD
DOC - NTIAState Digital Equity Planning Grant $0.06 NewCompetitiveStates, territories, D.C.22/07/12 – Applications and letters of intent due
DOC - NTIATribal Broadband Connectivity Program $2.00 ExistingCompetitiveTribesTBD
DOIAbandoned Mine Reclamation Fund $11.29 ExistingStates and tribes22/02 - FY22 funding released
DOIOrphaned Well Site Plugging, Remediation and Restoration program $4.68 NewFormula, competitive, technical assistanceFederal, states, tribes22/05/13 – Applications due for initial grants for Large-Scale Grants
DOECivil Nuclear Credits Program $6.00 NewCertified nuclear reactors22/05/19 – Applications for certification and sealed bid submissions under the Civil Nuclear Credit Program close
EPAWater Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Small and Underserved Communities Emerging Contaminants Grant Program$5.00ExistingStates22/04/18 - applications due for $20 million in grant funding.
DOEBattery Materials Processing Grants$3.00NewCompetitiveState and local governments, non profits, higher ed, etc.22/05/27 – Submission deadline for letters of intent; July 1 submission deadline for full applications
DOEBattery Manufacturing and Recycling Grants$3.00 NewCompetitiveState and local governments, non profits, higher ed, etc.22/05/27 – Submission deadline for letters of intent; July 1, submission deadline for full applications
DOERegional Clean Hydrogen Hubs$8.00NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities, etc.22/03/21 Request for information closed
DOEClean Hydrogen Manufacturing Recycling$0.50NewIndustry partner22/04-22/06 – NOFO expected to be released
DOERare Earth Elements Demonstration Facility$0.14NewGrantIndustry PartnerEstimated application opening date, 4th quarter 2022
DOETransmission Facilitation Program$5.00NewLoan, Direct Financing, or Capacity PurchaseTransmission Developers22/06/13 – Responses due for Notice of Intent and Request for Information – DOE Transmission Facilitation Program
DOEProgram Upgrading Our Electric Grid and Ensuring Reliability and Resiliency$5.00NewGrant, Cooperative Agreement, or OtherState, combination of 2 or more States; Indian Tribes; units of local government, and/or public utility commissionsEstimated application opening date, 4th quarter 2022
DOEPreventing Outages and Enhancing Resilience of the Electric Grid$5.00NewGrantElectric Grid Operators, Electricity Storage Operators, Electricity Generators, Transmission Owners and Operators, Distribution Providers, Fuel Suppliers, States, Tribes22/06/27 – Responses due for Request for Information – DOE Building a Better Grid Initiative
EPAPollution Prevention Grants$0.1ExistingCompetitiveStates, Tribes, state-sponsored institutions, Tribal Institutions22/04/11 Applications close for NOFO
DOERare Earth Elements Demonstration Facility$0.14NewCompetitiveIndustry Partners22/03/31 - Request for information responses due
USDOT-Build America BureauPrivate Activity BondsExistingCompetitivePrivate developers and operatorsOpen for applications
USDOT-Build America BureauRailroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RIFF) loansExistingCompetitiveStates, local governments, railroads, etc...Open for applications
DOIWatershed Management Projects$0.10NewCompetitiveOpen - must meet funding opportunity criteria22/03/31 - Applications close for WaterSMART Cooperative Watershed Management Program Phase 1 Grants.
DOIWaterSMART Grants$0.40ExistingCompetitiveOpen - meet criteria for Grant Opportunity22/07/28 – Applications close for WaterSmart Water and Energy Efficiency Grants for FY23
DOIAquatic Ecosystem Restoration and Protection  Projects$0.25New CompetitiveOpen22/07 - Estimated application opening date
DOIMulti-Benefit Projects to Improve Watershed Health$0.10NewOpen22/05 – NOFO expected to be released
DOIAging Infrastructure Account$3.20ExistingCompetitiveTransferred Works Operators and Reserved works Project beneficiaries (districts, power customers, cost share partners)01/22 First Application period opened-  closed January 31, 2022. There will be multiple application periods.
DOIWater & Groundwater Storage, And Conveyance (including Small Water Storage Program)$1.15ExistingCompetitiveState, Local governments22/01/14 Program feasibility guidelines published January 14, 2022; Application period expected calendar 2022.
DOIWater Desalination Projects$0.25 ExistingCompetitiveOpen03/15/22 Funding opportunity closes March 15, 2022.
DOIWater Recycling (Large scale water recycling)$1.00ExistingCompetitiveOpen03/15/22 funding closed March 15, 2022. Additional program criteria for large projects to follow during 2022.
USDOT - PHMSACommunity Safety Grants$0.04ExistingCompetitiveHigher education institutions, certain non-profits22/04/22 - applications for FY22 closed
USDOT - PHMSALocal Emergency Response Training (ALERT) GrantCompetitive Certain non-profits22/04/22 - applications for FY22 closed
EPADrinking Water State Revolving Fund$11.70 ExistingLoanStates and Tribes
EPAClean Water State Revolving Fund$11.70 ExistingLoanStates and Tribes
DOEPower Marketing Administration Transmission Borrowing Authority$10.00 ExistingCompetitiveEntities That Assist in Implementing the Construction, Acquisition, And Replacement of The Federal Columbia River Power SystemThe Administrator must issue an updated financial plan by the end of FY 2022 (i.e., September 30, 2022).,
EPADrinking Water State Revolving Fund Emerging Contaminants$4.00 ExistingLoanStates and Tribes
USACECorps of Engineers Operation and Maintenance$4.00 ExistingArmy Corps would use this funding for operation and maintenance of its projects, including coastal and inland navigation projects
DOEFour Regional Clean Direct Air Capture Hubs$3.50 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner22/05/31 – Notice of Intent responses due
DOEDeployment of Technologies to Enhance Grid Flexibility$3.00 NewCompetitiveUtilitiesApplications for the Smart Grid program are expected to be open by the end of 2022.
USACECoastal Storm Risk Management, Hurricane, And Storm Damage Reduction Projects$2.55 ExistingThe Army Corps will use this funding to construct authorized federal storm damage reduction projects.
DOECarbon Capture Demonstration Projects Program$2.54 NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc. TBD
DOECarbon Storage Validation and Testing$2.50 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner22/05/27 – Applications for FOA due
USACEInland Waterways Projects$2.50 ExistingThe Corps of Engineers will use this funding to construct eligible improvements to commercial navigation projects on the inland waterways, including locks and dams.
USACEInland Flood Risk Management Projects$2.50 ExistingThe Army Corps will use this funding to construct authorized federal flood damage reduction projects.
DOEAdvanced Reactor Demonstration Program$2.48 ExistingCompetitiveIndustry Partners, National Laboratories, and Engineering and Construction firms.Agreements went into effect on 2/21 and 5/21; NRC licensing of reactors TBD
DOECarbon Dioxide Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Program$2.10 NewState / Local / Public Authority
USDOT-NHTSA National Priority Safety Programs$1.87 ExistingFormulaStates, D.C., territories22/01 Interim State Formula Grant Funding Table Released
USACEMajor Rehabilitation for Rivers and Harbors$1.50 ExistingIn 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.
USDACommunity Wildfire Defense Grant Program for At-Risk Communities$1.00 NewCompetitivePrivate forest owners, communities at risk of wildfires, tribes, state forestry agencies, and non profits
DHSState and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program$1.00 NewCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes, and multi entity groups of two or more
DHS - FEMABuilding Infrastructure and Communities (Robert T Stafford Act Sect. 203(i))$1.00 ExistingCompetitiveState/Local Government/Territories/Tribes
EPAClean Water State Revolving Fund - Emerging Contaminants$1.00 ExistingLoanStates and Tribes
DOEClean Hydrogen Electrolysis Program$1.00 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner22/04-22/06 – NOFO expected to be released
DOEEnergy Improvement in Rural and Remote Areas$1.00 NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.
DOIRural Water Projects$1.00 Existingfor existing authorized projects only
DOECarbon Capture Large-Scale Pilot Programs$0.94 NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.
ARCAppalachian Regional Commission Funds$0.80 ExistingFormulaStates, local governments, non profitsFirst Funds released May 23rd, 2022
USACEMississippi River and Tributaries$0.80 ExistingThe Corps of Engineers will use this funding to plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain certain federal flood damage reduction projects21/10 – 22/9 – The Army Corps will be issuing multiple contract awards during FY22
DOECritical Material Innovation, Efficiency, And Alternatives$0.60 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DOEHydroelectric Incentives$0.55 NewCompetitivenon-Federal owners of qualified hydroelectric facilities
DOEEnergy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program$0.55 NewFormulaState/Local Government/Tribes
DOEClean Energy Demonstration Program on Current and Former Mine Land$0.50 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner, Project Developers
DHS - FEMAHazard Mitigation Revolving Loan Funds / Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation (STORM) Act$0.50 NewLoanStates and Indian Tribal Government
DOEGrants for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Improvements at Public School Facilities$0.50 NewCompetitiveConsortium of One Local Education Agency and one or more Schools, non-Profits, For-Profits, and Community Partners22/05/18 – RFI closed on Energy Improvements at Public School Facilities
DOEIndustrial Emission Demonstration Projects$0.50 NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc.
DOEPurchase of Power and Transmission Services$0.50 ExistingCompetitivePower Generation and Wheeling Providers
DOIDam Safety Program$0.50 ExistingCompetitiveState and local
DOC - NOAANational Oceans and Coastal Security Fund$0.49 ExistingCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes, local, non profits
USACEContinuing Authorities Program (Under Flood Control Act And River And Harbor Act)$0.47 ExistingThe Army Corps will use this funding to plan, design, and construct small water resources projects.
DOEIndustrial Research and Assessment Center Implementation Grants$0.40 NewCompetitiveSmall- and Medium-Sized Manufacturers
DOEEnergy Storage Demonstration Pilot Grant Program$0.36 NewCompetitiveState and local governments Tribes, technology developers, industry, utilities, universities etc. 22/06/16 – Request for Information responses due
DOECarbon Utilization Program$0.31 NewCompetitiveState / Local / Public Utility
USACEFlood Control and Coastal Emergencies$0.25 ExistingThe Army Corps will use this funding to prepare for, respond to, and help in the recovery following a flood, hurricane, or other natural disaster
DOEActivities Under Cybersecurity For The Energy Sector Research, Development, And Demonstration Program$0.25 NewCompetitiveUtilities, National Labs, Manufacturers and Vendors
DOEAssisting Federal Facilities with Conservation Technologies$0.25 ExistingCompetitiveFederal Agencies
DOERural And Municipal Utility Advances Cybersecurity Grant And Technical Assistance Program$0.25 NewRural Electric Cooperatives, Municipally-Owned Electric Utilities, Other State-Owned Utilities, Small Investor-Owned Utilities
DOEBuilding Codes Implementation for Efficiency and Resilience$0.23 NewCompetitiveStates and State Partnerships22/05/20 – Responses due for request for information
DHS - FEMANational Dam Safety Program$0.20 ExistingStates
DOISafety of Dams, Water Sanitation, And Other Facilities$0.20 ExistingTribal Governments
USACEWater-Related Environmental Infrastructure Assistance$0.20 ExistingState, local, Tribes
DOIEnergy and Minerals Research Facility$0.17 ExistingState Academic Institutions
DOEIndustrial Research and Assessment Centers$0.15 ExistingCompetitiveInstitutions of Higher Education, Community College, Trade School, Or Union Training Program
DOELong-Duration Energy Storage Demonstration Initiative and Joint Program$0.15 NewCompetitiveTec Technology Developers, Industry, State and Local Governments, Tribal Organizations, Community Based Organizations, National Laboratories, Universities, and Utilities.22/06/16 – Request for Information responses due
Northern Border Regional CommissionNorthern Border Regional Commission$0.15 ExistingStates, tribes, counties, cities / townships, public higher edu, non profits etc.
DRCDelta Regional Authority$0.15 ExistingStates, local, Tribal, public high edu, non profitsEligible uses determined at a later date
DOITribal Climate Resilience - Community Relocation$0.13 NewTribal Governments
DOERare Earth Security Activities$0.13 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DOEBattery and Critical Mineral Recycling$0.13 NewCompetitiveState and local governments, non profits, higher ed , industry, manufacture, private battery collection etc.
DOEHydroelectric Production Incentives$0.13 ExistingCompetitivenon-Federal Owners of Qualified Hydroelectric Facilities
DOECareer Skills Training$0.10 NewCompetitivenon-Profit Partnerships
DOECommercial Direct Air Capture Technology Prize Competition$0.10 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DOEFront-End Engineering and Design Program Out Activities Under Carbon Capture Tech Program 962 Of EPA (Sec 40303)$0.10 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DHSCyber Response and Recovery$0.10 NewFederal, State, local, tribal, and territorial, public and private entitiesFunding triggered by Secretary's determination of a Significant incident
EPAFront-End and Design Program Out Activities Under Carbon Capture Tech program 962 of Environmental Protection Agency $0.10 NEWCompetitiveIndustry Partner
ARCAppalachian Area Development : Allocations to ARC States$0.10 ExistingStates, local governments, non profitsNofo May 22nd 2022
DOITribal Climate Resilience - Adaptation Planning$0.09 ExistingTribal Governments
USDAState Fire Assistance$0.09 ExistingCompetitiveState and Communities, State Forestry Service
DOEGeothermal Research & Development$0.08 NewCompetitiveNational Labs, Institutes of Higher Education, Multi-institutional Collaborations,22/05/13 – RFI closed on Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EDG) Pilot Demonstrations
ARCAppalachian Area Development : Regional Multistate Initiative$0.08 ExistingStates, local governments, non profitsNofo May 22nd 2023
DOECritical Material Supply Chain Research Facility$0.08 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DOESection 243 Hydroelectric Efficiency Improvement Incentives (Sec 40332)$0.08 NewCompetitiveOwners or operators of hydroelectric facilities at existing dams
USACEWater Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Program Account$0.08 New State, local, Tribes, PUC
DOEMarine Energy Research, Development, and Demonstration$0.07 ExistingCompetitiveIndustry Partner and National Labs
DHSCritical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Research$0.07 NewCompetitiveNational labs, federally funded research, development centers, academia, industry, etc
Denali CommissionDenali Commission$0.07 ExistingCompetitiveStates, tribes, counties, cities / townships, public higher edu, non profits etc.22/05/13 – Applications close for Denali Commission programs
DOEAdvanced Energy Security Program$0.05 NewCompetitiveUtilities, National Labs, Bulk Power System Vendors
DOEEnergy Efficiency Materials Pilot Program$0.05 NewCompetitivenon-Profit Organizations
DOEEnergy Sector Operational Support for Cyber Resilience Program$0.05 NewCompetitiveSmall Electric Utilities, National LabsApplications for the Smart Grid program are expected to be open in the Summer of 2022.
DOEManufacturing Leadership (Sec 40534)$0.05 NewCompetitiveStates
DOEWind Energy Technology Program$0.06 ExistingCompetitiveFederal, 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
USDATemporary Water Crossing Structures$0.05 NewGrantsStates and Tribes
DOITribal Irrigation and Power Systems$0.05 ExistingTribal Governments
DOC - NOAAWildfire$0.05
USACEFlood Plain Management Services$0.05 ExistingState, local, Tribes
USACETo Complete Or Initiate And Complete Studies That Were Authorized Prior To The Date Of This Act$0.05 ExistingState, local, Tribes
DOEEnergy Auditor Training Grant Program$0.04 NewCompetitiveStates
DOENational Marine Energy Centers$0.04 ExistingCompetitiveInstitutions of Higher Education
DOESolar Improvement Research & Development$0.04 ExistingCompetitiveFederal, 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
DOEWind Energy Tech Recycling Research & Development$0.04 NewCompetitiveFederal, 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
DHSPhysical Security$0.04 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DOEHydropower Research, Development, and Demonstration$0.04 ExistingCompetitiveIndustry partners and National Labs
DHSSector Risk management Agencies$0.04 ExistingFederal (DHS/CISA)
DOEFunding to Support Orphan Well Plugging$0.03 NewCompetitiveIndustry PartnerMore information will be released Spring of 2022.
USDAProvide Financial Assistance to States, Indian Tribes, and Units of Local Government to Establish and Operate Reverse 911 Telecommunication Systems$0.03 NewCompetitiveStates and Tribes
USACEPlanning Assistance To States$0.03 ExistingState, local, Tribes
USACESection 118 Of Water Resources Development Act of 2020$0.03 New State, local, Tribes
DOIDepartment of Interior Wildfire Management - Preparedness$0.02 ExistingCompetitiveFederal, State, local, Tribal
DOENew Solar Research & Development$0.02 NewCompetitiveFederal, 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
DOESolar Recycling Research & Development$0.02 NewCompetitiveFederal, 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
DOEPre-Commercial Direct Air Capture Prize Competitions$0.02 NewCompetitiveIndustry Partner
DHSCybersecurity$0.01 ExistingCompetitiveNational labs, federally funded research, development centers, academia, industry, etc
DHSProbabilistic Analysis of National threats, Hazards, and Risks$0.01 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DHSCountering Violent Extremism$0.01 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DOEBuilding, Training, And Assessment Centers$0.01 NewCompetitiveInstitutions of Higher Education
DOEEnergy Efficient Transformer Rebates$0.01 NewCompetitiveOwners 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 transformer22/05/27 – Public comments due on guidance document for implementing the Extended Product System Rebate Program and the Energy Efficient Transformer Rebate Program
DOEExtended Product System Rebates$0.01 NewCompetitivePurchaser of the qualified extended product system or manufacturer of commercial or industrial machinery or equipment that incorporates the qualified extended product system22/05/27 – Public comments due on guidance document for implementing the Extended Product System Rebate Program and the Energy Efficient Transformer Rebate Program
DOELithium-Ion Recycling Prize$0.01 NewCompetitivePrize dependent
DOEPumped Storage Hydropower Wind and Solar Integration and System Reliability Initiative$0.01 NewCompetitiveElectric utilities, State Energy Offices, Tribes, Institutes of Higher Education, or consortium thereof
ARCAppalachian Area Development : Community Capacity Initiative$0.01 ExistingStates, local governments, non profitsNofo May 22nd 2024
DHSFirst Responder Capability$0.00 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DHSExplosive Threat Assessment$0.00 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DHSNetwork & System Security & Investment$0.00 ExistingCompetitiveAcademia, Industry, National lands, Federally Funded Research and Development Centers
DOEWeatherization Assistance Program$3.50 ExistingFormulaStates, Tribes22/07/01 - ALRDs Due
DOEState Energy Program$0.50 ExistingFormulaStates22/05/03 - ALRDs Due
DOEEnergy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund Capitalization Grant Program$0.25 NewLoanStates22/05/06 – RFI closed on DOE’s promising, innovative, and best practices for designing revolving loan funds
DOEAdvanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants$0.75 NewCompetitiveManufacturing firm—subject to size limitations
DHS - FEMA Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams$0.59 ExistingStatesEligible activities include repair, removal, or any other structural or nonstructural measures to rehabilitate an eligible high hazard potential dam. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Rehabilitation of High Hazard Potential Dams grant program provides technical, planning, design, and construction assistance for eligible rehabilitation activities that reduce dam risk and increase community preparedness.
GSAReal Property Activities$3.42ExistingDirect FederalGSA, Public Buildings Service, Federal Buildings Fund which will contract out the design and construction servicesTBD
USCBPLand Port of Entry Modernization$0.33ExistingBusinesses22/09 - First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in September 2022
USCBPLand Port of Entry Modernization$0.01ExistingBusinesses22/09 - First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in September 2022
DHSMajor Shore, Housing, Aids to Navigation, Survey and Design$0.16ExistingDirect FederalCoast Guard22/10 - 22/12 - Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022
DHSMajor Shore, Housing, Aids to Navigation, Survey and Design$0.13ExistingDirect FederalCoast Guard22/10 - 22/12 - Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022
DHSMajor Shore, Housing, Aids to Navigation, Survey and Design$0.12ExistingDirect FederalCoast Guard22/10 - 22/12 - Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022
DHSMajor Shore, Housing, Aids to Navigation, Survey and Design$0.02ExistingDirect FederalCoast Guard22/10 - 22/12 - Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022
DHSOperations and Support$0.01ExistingDirect FederalCoast Guard22/10 - 22/12 - Only Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in Q4 2022
USDOT-SecretaryUniversity Transportation Centers$0.1ExistingCompetitiveHigher Ed.
USDOT-Secretary (Build America Bureau)Surface Transportation Private Activity Bonds$0.5 billion (to fund $30 million in PABs)ExistingLoansPrivate sectorOpen
EPASuperfund Remedial$3.5ExistingStates, Local, tribal, Federal, industry partners, Special DistrictsOngoing
EPABrownfield Categorical Grants$0.3ExistingStates, Tribal Governments (Federally Recognized)22/06/03 – Requests for FY22 due for EPA State and Tribal Brownfield Response Programs
EPABrownfield Projects$1.2ExistingStates, Counties, Cities/Townships, Tribal (Federally Recognized), etc.22/09-22/12 - New opportunities to be announced in the fall of 2022
DOIDirect Federal Spending for Revegetation of Mined Lands$0.1NewFederal22/05 - First Round of Funding Allocated / Selections Announced in May 2022
Denali CommissionDenali Commission: Village Infrastructure Protection$0.01ExistingCompetitiveStates, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized), Higher-Ed., etc.22/05/13 - Applications close for Denali Commission programs
Denali CommissionDenali Commission: Workforce Development$0ExistingCompetitiveStates, Counties, Cities / Townships, Special Districts, Tribal Governments (federally recognized), Public Higher-Ed. etc.22/05/13 - Applications close for Denali Commission programs
Southeast Crescent Regional CommissionSoutheast Crescent Regional Commission Funding$0.01Existing
USDA - Forest ServiceRecreation Sites$0.06ExistingDirect FederalForest Service Funding
USDA - Forest ServiceState Forest Action Plans$0.2ExistingStates and Territories
USDA - Forest ServiceSecure Rural Schools$0.59ExistingCompetitiveStates and Counties22/05 - NOFO Expected to open
USDA - Office of the SecretaryBioproduct Pilot Program$0NewCompetitiveBioproduct Research Facilities funded in part by a state with other restrictions22/09 - Request for Applications expected to open
USDA - Forest ServiceLandscape Scale Restoration Water Quality and Fish Passage$0.08ExistingDirect FederalForest Service Funding
DOC - NOAAFish Passage$0.4ExistingCompetitiveStates, local, tribal, non-profits, education institutions etc. 22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
DOC - NOAAMarine Debris$0.15ExistingCompetitiveStates, local, tribal, non-profits, education institutions etc. 22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
DOC - NOAAMarine Debris$0.05ExistingCompetitiveStates, local, tribes, special districts, Higher-Ed, etc. 22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
DOC - NOAANational Estuarine Research Reserve System$0.08ExistingCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes etc. 22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
DOC - NOAARegional Ocean Partnerships$0.06ExistingCompetitiveStates, Territories, Tribal Governments22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
DOC - NOAAConsultations and Permitting$0ExistingInternal
DOC - NOAAPacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund$0.17ExistingCompetitiveStates and Tribes22/07-09 NOFO expected to open
EPAGulf Hypoxia Action Plan$0.06NewCompetitive12 State Members of Gulf Hypoxia Task Force (Along Mississippi Corridor/Gulf of Mexico)
EPASolid Waste Infrastructure for Recycling Infrastructure Grants$0.28NewCompetitiveStates, territories, tribes etc. 22/09 - 22/12 - Expected funding opportunity availability
EPAReduce, Reuse, Recycling Education and Outreach Grants$0.08NewCompetitiveStates, local, tribes etc. 22/09 - 22/12 - Expected funding opportunity availability
EPABattery Recycling Best Practices$0New
EPABattery Labeling Guidelines$0New
USDOTTransportation Alternatives Program (TAP)10% of Surface Transportation Block Grant Formula funding annuallyExistingFormulaStates, D.C.21/12 FY22 Funding Announced (set aside from the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program)
USDOT-FRACorridor Identification Program$1.8NewCompetitiveStates, Tribes, groups of states, Amtrak, regional passenger rail authorities etc.22/05/13 eligible entities can submit a corridor proposal under the FRA Corridor Identification Program