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Grant Opportunities

SFY21 Body-Worn Camera Grant Program – Award Announcement
Federal and State Grant Programs are available for which local, county and state agencies, as well as nonprofit agencies, are eligible. Depending on the grant program, funding is available to potential grantees on either a formula or competitive basis.
You may also download the Federal Civil Rights Compliance Policy for Addressing Discrimination Complaints. You may download the Subrecipient Civil Rights Compliance Training as required under certain grant awards.

Notice(s) of Available Funds (NOAF)

In order to receive alerts about new NOAFs, email your request to grants@njoag.gov

FFY20 EMPG Preparedness Conferences Grant Program NOAF (9/2/21)
FFY19 VOCA Non-Competitive – Public Guardian Program (8/4/21)
FY22 State and Community Highway Safety Grant Project - NOAF (7/6/21)
FY22 PSEEF Program - NOAF (7/6/21)
FY22 Snow and Ice Removal Fund - NOAF (7/6/21)
FY19 VOCA Non-Competitive Department of Corrections Program NOAF (5/25/21)
FY21 EMPG Preparedness and Response Communication Program NOAF (5/13/21)
CY 2022 NJ Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) Innovation Funds (5/11/21)

Eligibility Criteria and Letter of Intent/Eligibility Checklist Due Date: 6/4/2021
Application Due: 8/6/2021 by 3:00 p.m.

CY 2022 Community Partnership and Family Court Services Programs (NOAF) (5/11/21)
FFY19 VOCA non-competitive HVIP Program - NOAF (4/14/2021)
FY20 VOCA Rutgers University Sexual Assault Initiative - NOAF (3/17/2021)
FFY20 VAWA Non-Competitive Program - NOAF 3/15/2021)
FY21 EMPG Emergency Management Agency Assistance Program - NOAF (3/8/2021)
FFY20 STOP VAWA Domestic Violence Response Team Coordinator Grant Program (3/4/21)
FY20 VAWA County Prosecutors’ Offices Grant Program - NOAF (2/22/2021)
FY2019 VOCA Non-Competitive Awards – NOAF (2/10/2021)
SFY21 Law Enforcement Officers Training and Equipment Fund Grant Program (NOAF) (12/22/20)
SFY21 Safe and Secure Communities Grant Program (NOAF) (10/30/20)
FFY19 VOCA DCJ State Pay SART/FNE Grant Program (NOAF) (10/22/20)
FFYY18 VOCA Rutgers Crime Victims Law Center Program (NOAF) (amended) (10/7/20)
FFY17 VOCA Non-Competitive DOL and DCF Program (NOAF) (9/17/20)
FFY20 OD2A Operation Helping Hands (NOAF) (9/1/20)
FFY18 VAWA County Prosecutors’ Offices Victim Services Grant Program (NOAF) (9/1/20)
FFY19 VAWA County Prosecutors’ Offices Victim Services Grant Program (NOAF) (9/1/20)
FFY18 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State and Local Prisoners Program (NOAF) (8/10/20)
FFY20 EMPG Preparedness and Response Communications Program (NOAF) (8/7/20)
FFY19 VOCA Non-Competitive VINE Program (NOAF) (7/10/20)
FFY17 VOCA Non-Competitive NJCEDV Program (NOAF) (7/8/20)
SFY20 Body Armor Replacement Fund (NOAF) (6/22/20)
FFY19 VAWA Non-Competitive (NOAF) (6/11/20)
FFY17 VOCA Non-Competitive (NOAF) (6/9/20)
FFY19 VOCA Non-Competitive (NOAF) (6/9/20)
FFY19 VAWA Domestic Violence Response Team Coordinate Grant Program (NOAF) (5/11/20)
FFY19 VOCA Covid-19 Housing Program (NOAF)
FFY20 Safe and Secure Communities Grant Program (NOAF)
FFY17 VOCA Dept. of Community Affairs, Division of Civil Rights, and Rutgers Heath Grant Programs (NOAF)
FFY18 VAWA NJ Administrative Office of the Courts and NJ Dept. of Human Services Grant Programs (NOAF)
FFY17 VAWA NJ State Police and Dept. of Human Services Grant Programs (NOAF)
FFY19 VOCA County Prosecutors’ Offices of Victim Witness Advocacy Grant Program (NOAF)
FFY17 Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Division of Civil Rights Bias Crimes Portal Program (NOAF)
FY19 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program ODMAP Statewide Expansion and Response Grant Program (NOAF)
FY20 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Emergency Management Agency Assistance (EMAA) Grant Program NOAF
FY20 Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Program NOAF (1/30/20)
FFY17 VOCA Rutgers Crime Victims Law Center Program NOAF (1/24/20)
FFY18 VOCA Womanspace, Victim Witness Advocacy, and Victim Reporting Portal Programs NOAF (1/24/20)
FY21 Snow and Ice Removal Fund Program NOAF (1/7/20)
FY21 State and Community Highway Safety Grant Project NOAF (1/7/20)
FY21 Pedestrian Safety, Enforcement, and Education Fund Grant Program NOAF
FY17 Standing Together to End Sexual Violence at Ramapo VOCA Program NOAF
FY17 VOCA County Prosecutors' Offices of Victim Witness Advocacy Supplemental Funding Program NOAF
FY18 Discretionary Training and Technical Assistance VOCA VAG Program NOAF
FY19 EMPG Emergency Management Conference Support Program NOAF
FFY18 STOP VAWA Non-Competitive Grant Programs
SFY20 LEOTEF Program NOAF
FFY16 VOCA NOAF Non-Competitive OAG
FY17 Edward Byrne Memorial JAG Non-Competitive Program NOAF
FY18 VOCA Rutgers University Sexual Assault Initiative Public NOAF
FFY17 VOCA AVANZAR NOAF
State Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Body Armor Replacement Fund Grant Program
FY18 Victims of Crime Act CSVA Program NOAF
FY19 EMPG Preparedness Response and Communication Subaward NOAF
FY17 VOCA SART FNE and SVWAP NOAF
2019 Attorney General’s Youth Community Outreach Program for New Jersey Amateur Boxing Notice of Availability of Funds
2018 STOP VAWA Domestic Violence Response Team Coordinator Grant Program NOAF
Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2017 Victims of Crime Act Grant Program
FFY19 EMPG EMAA Subaward Program
Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grant Program
Federal Fiscal Year 2016 (FFY16) New Jersey Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance
Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Federal STOP Violence Against Women (VAWA) Non-Competitive Grant Programs
Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2018 Operation Helping Hand Grant Program
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program: Notice of Availability of Funds - Federal Fiscal Year 2016 Round 2
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program: Notice of Availability of Funds - Federal Fiscal Year 2016 Round 2
Federal Fiscal Year 2015 (FFY15) Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), County Prosecutors’ Offices of Victim Witness Advocacy, Supplemental Funding Non-Competitive Grant Program
2017 Body Armor Replacement Fund Grant Program Notice of Availability of Funds
Division of Criminal Justice: Notice of Available Funds for the 2018 State Fiscal Year (SFY) Safe and Secure Communities Grant Program
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program – APPLICATION PACKAGE
Office of the Attorney General: Detective Matthew L. Tarentino Community Policing Grant

Byrne Justice Assistance Grant
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
Program Development/Grants Section
grants@njoag.gov

 

JAG funding is authorized through the Federal Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and is made available to the states to fund innovative programs to address drug and violent crime issues. Funding is utilized to support a number of state, county, and local law enforcement related programs that are designed to improve New Jersey’s criminal justice system.

The Department of Law and Public Safety develops a statewide criminal justice strategy for the use of the funds awarded under JAG. Funding priorities are determined by Strategic Plan with input received from a wide variety of law enforcement agencies.

BJA also provides funds directly to local law enforcement agencies under JAG.


Cops in Shops

Cops-in-Shops

Funding Source:
Highway Traffic Safety

Agency:
Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Contact:
Lisa Lowe
(609) 376-9673
Lisa.Lowe@njoag.gov
 

The Cops-in-Shops Summer & College Initiative program was initiated by the Attorney General in February 1996. The program is a cooperative effort between the Division of Highway Traffic Safety (HTS) and the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC), with funds supplied by HTS. This program allows undercover law enforcement officers to join forces with local retail establishments to deter the sale of alcohol to underage individuals and to stop adults from attempting to purchase alcohol for people under the legal age. This grant is a noncompetitive grant and the applicant must meet certain criteria.


Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) - Title II Formula
Funding Source:
Department of Justice

Agency:
Juvenile Justice Commission
Contact:
Kelly Hourigan
609-341-5019
kelly.hourigan@jjc.nj.gov
 

Title II Formula Funds provide support to state and local delinquency prevention and intervention efforts and fund juvenile justice system improvements. Title II requires compliance with the four core requirements of the JJDP Act in order to receive full funding without penalty. The requirements are: 1) deinstitutionalization of status offenders; 2) removal of juveniles from adult jails and lockups; 3) sight and sound separation of juvenile and adult offenders; and 4) addressing disproportionate minority contact with the juvenile justice system.  New Jersey is in compliance with all of these requirements.  Funds are distributed to community-based organizations or units of local government through Notices of Availability of Funds (NOAFs).


National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP)
Funding Source:
Department of Justice

Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
Kelly Ottobre
kelly.ottobre@njoag.gov
 

The main purpose of NCHIP is to demonstrate the Department of Justice's continuing commitment to building an accurate and useful National system of criminal records. Projects funded by NCHIP are determined by the CJIS Advisory Committee which is comprised of representatives from the Department of Law & Public Safety, with members from the Office of the Attorney General, the Divisions of State Police and Criminal Justice and the Juvenile Justice Commission. It also includes representatives from the Governor’s Office, Administrative Office of the Courts, Department of Corrections, Office of Information Technology, Office of Management and Budget, Victims of Crime Compensation Board, New Jersey County Jail Warden’s Association, State Parole Board, as well as the State Chiefs of Police Association.  The CJIS Committee provides a coordinated approach to criminal justice information sharing, monitors work as it proceeds on individual projects, and meets monthly to ensure that the duplication of effort does not occur. Participants with different primary interests regularly discuss integration problems and propose Statewide solutions.  With funding provided through NCHIP awards, the State of New Jersey has been able to create one of the nation's most advanced criminal justice information sharing systems.


Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners (RSAT)
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
grants@njoag.gov
 

In FY 1996, Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, initiated the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program. The monies are used to fund residential substance abuse treatment programs within state and local correctional facilities in which prisoners are incarcerated for a period of time sufficient to permit six to twelve months of treatment.

Funds under this program have been awarded to the Department of Corrections and the Juvenile Justice Commission to operate adult and juvenile treatment programs. Funding is also allocated for local correctional facilities that meet the criteria defined by the U.S. Department of Justice.


Federal Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program (BVP)
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
Program Development/Grants Section
grants@njoag.gov
 

The purpose of this Program is to save the lives of law enforcement officers by helping States, units of local government and tribal governments equip their officers with bulletproof vests.

Funding is provided by the Department of Justice directly to local agencies. The Program Development and Grants Unit oversees the funding provided by the Bureau of Justice Assistance for State level agencies that submit an application. Federal funds may be used to pay up to 50 percent of the costs of the purchased bulletproof vests.


National Highway Traffic Safety Administration/Federal Highway Administration - Section 402 Program
Funding Source:
NHTSA/FHWA

Agency:
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Contact:
HTSWebInfo@njoag.gov
 

On behalf of the Governor, the Division of Highway Traffic Safety (DHTS) is responsible for developing and implementing the New Jersey Highway Safety Program which consists of a comprehensive plan to reduce traffic crashes and deaths and injuries, and property damage resulting therefrom. The Plan is reviewed by the Attorney General and when approved, is submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). When approval is received from NHTSA, the DHTS is responsible for administering the federal highway traffic safety funds and processing and administering grants of these moneys to State agencies, political subdivisions, and eligible non-profit entities. Funds received initiate projects in the following areas: alcohol and other drug countermeasures, police traffic services/speed control, occupant protection, pedestrian safety, motorcycle safety, youth traffic safety programs, community traffic safety programs, school bus safety, traffic records, and roadway safety.


National Highway Traffic Safety Administration/National Priority Safety Program Grants - Section 405 Program
Funding Source:
NHTSA/FHWA
Agency:
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Contact:
HTSWebInfo@njoag.gov
 

Section 405 funds can be used for the implementation of specific traffic safety-related projects in the following areas: 405b Occupant Protection, 405c Traffic Records, 405d Alcohol and Impaired Driving, 405e Distracted Driving, 405f Motorcycles, and 405h Non-Motorized Safety (pedestrians and bicyclists). Funds are awarded on an annual basis to State agencies, political subdivisions, and eligible non-profit entities. Grant funding through this program is designed to further the achievement of objectives set forth in the annual Highway Safety Plan.


STOP Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
Funding Source:
Department of Justice
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
grants@njoag.gov
 

The STOP Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Grant Program provides the Department of Law and Public Safety a formula grant allocation under the Violence Against Women Act, authorized for funding in the 1994 Crime Bill. Federal rules allow 10% of the total VAWA award to be used to administer the grant program. The balance of the funding must be allocated as follows: 25% to law enforcement, 25% to prosecution, 30% to victims’ services, 15% discretionary and 5% to courts. Pursuant to federal regulations, the Department formed a statewide VAWA Advisory Committee to aid in the development of an Implementation Plan, approved by the Office of Violence Against Women, to ensure continuation of services, opportunities for program expansions and introduction of new programs.


Emergency Management Performance Grant
Funding Source:
Department of Homeland Security, DHS
Agency:
Division of State Police
Contact:
Major Louis Bucchere
 

Funding received under the EMPG program is utilized by the Division of State Police for the salary, fringe benefits, equipment, supplies, and indirect costs associated with Enlisted and Civilian staff positions of the Office of Emergency Management (OEM). Funding also supports OEM staff attendance at a variety of federally-sponsored conferences and training courses as well as instructional fees. EMPG funding is also subgranted to the 21 county OEM offices and the municipal OEM offices. Pass-through funding provided to county and municipal OEM offices is used to maintain effective local emergency management preparedness and response programs. Funding supports the development, maintenance, and communication of plans, procedures, and supporting documents.

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VOCA Victim Assistance Program
Funding Source:
Department of Justice
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
Program Development/Grants Section
grants@njoag.gov
 

The Office of Victims of Crime (OVC) provides the Department of Law and Public Safety formula allocation under the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant Program. The Department awards these funds to subgrantees who provide direct services to crime victims. VOCA guidelines allow for up to 5% of each year’s grant to be used to administer the Program.  VOCA enumerates the types of direct services eligible for funding under this grant program. A minimum allocation of 10% must be awarded to subgrantees providing direct services to crime victims in each of the four categories: sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, and underserved populations as victims with disabilities, language barriers, living in isolated locations and homicide survivors (as determined by the state grantee). VOCA funds are awarded to each of the 21 County Prosecutors’ Offices of Victim-Witness Advocacy, SART/FNE programs and DCJ programs (NJ VINE, Bias Crimes, Victim Services). The Department also provides direct funding to non-profit agencies to support delivery of services to crime victims through a competitive Notice of Availability of Funds (NOAF).


Safe and Secure Communities
Funding Source:
State Appropriations
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:

grants@njoag.gov
 

The Safe and Secure Communities Program, enacted into law in 1993, is designed to provide municipalities with funding to add law enforcement personnel vital to effective police operations and other crime related strategies as warranted by the needs of the community. The program allows for the funding of additional officers or funding of law enforcement support personnel which would free-up officers for direct law enforcement activities.


Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund
Funding Source:
Surcharge on drunk driving convictions
Agency:
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Contact:
HTSWebInfo@njoag.gov
 

 

 

 

The Division of Highway Traffic Safety is responsible for the administration of the Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund program. These funds are obtained through the assessment of surcharges on defendants convicted of violating N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. These funds are made available to eligible municipalities based on the balance in the respective municipalities' accounts. The municipalities are notified of the account balances on a quarterly basis and can make application to the Division of Highway Traffic Safety for their funds. The funds are used for overtime enforcement related to drunk driving enforcement activities and for enhancements such as equipment for use in drunk driving activities.


State/Community Partnership and Family Court
Funding Source:
State Appropriation
Agency:
Juvenile Justice Commission
Contact:
Doris Darling
(609) 341-3199
Doris.Darling@njjjc.org
 

The State/Community Partnership Grant Program and the Family Court Services Program offer grants to each county through their County Youth Services Commissions to plan and implement community-based sanctions and services for juveniles adjudicated or charged as delinquent and delinquency prevention programs as provided for in N.J.A.C. 13:90. County Youth Services Commissions use these grant funds to develop continuums of care covering the categories of Prevention, Diversion, Detention, Disposition, and Reentry. Each county receives funds for program management and for program services. These funds are determined by a formula allocation.


Body Armor Replacement Fund
Funding Source:
State Appropriation
Agency:
NJ Department of Law and Public Safety
Contact:
grants@njoag.gov
 

The Body Armor Replacement Fund is funded through a $1 surcharge to each fine, penalty or forfeiture imposed and collected by a judge under authority of any law for any violation of the provisions of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes. Moneys collected and deposited in the Fund are used in making grants to local and state law enforcement agencies for the purchase of body vests.


Motor Vehicle Snow and Ice Removal Fund
Funding Source:
Summonses issued as per N.J.S.A. 39:4-77.2.Agency:
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Contact:
HTSWebInfo@njoag.gov
 

Monies in the Fund are used to support a grant program that provides incentives to encourage private companies to purchase, install, and maintain technology used to remove snow and ice from commercial motor vehicles. Component and qualified private companies capable of installing, operating and maintaining equipment for the removal of snow and ice from commercial motor vehicles are eligible to apply. Grant funds will be used to purchase and install equipment that will remove snow and ice from all sizes of commercial motor vehicles that travel on New Jersey roadways.


State Pedestrian Safety Enforcement and Education Fund
Funding Source:
Summonses issued as per N.J.S.A. 39:4-36
Agency:
Division of Highway Traffic Safety
Contact:
HTSWebInfo@njoag.gov
 

Monies in this Fund are used to implement programs designed to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving pedestrians in New Jersey. Municipalities and counties with demonstrated pedestrian safety problems are eligible to apply. Grant funds may be used for the following initiatives: engineering and design of traffic signs; purchasing and installing of traffic signs; educational or training materials or media campaigns concerning pedestrian safety; compensation for law enforcement officers or authorized crossing guards assigned to an intersection, crosswalk or other roadway; personnel or contractual services; and other commodities.

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  Accounting System
presents and classifies costs as required for budgetary and evaluation purposes; provides cost and property control to ensure optimal use of funds; controls funds/resources to assure conformance with general or special conditions

 
  Affiliation Agreement
between two or more agencies for specified activities to be undertaken by each agency in order to carry out the funded project

 
  Allowable Activities and Costs
project activities and expenses outlined in the Program Guidelines which can be included in the budget

 
  Approved Application
application for grant funds approved by the granting agency

 
  Approved Project Budget
budget approved by the granting agency

 
  Appropriation
actual level of funding for the program approved in the federal budget

 
  Authorization
legislation enacted by Congress which provides for a particular program

 
  Award
grants, cooperative agreements, subgrants, interagency agreements, contracts, or some other type of agreement

 
  Awarding Agency
the Federal government or the next higher authority, i.e. the State agency administering the formula award or the Federal agency administering the discretionary award

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  Budget
estimated cost of the project activities

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  Cognizant Federal Agency
the Federal agency that generally provides the most Federal financial assistance to the recipient of funds. Cognizance is assigned by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Cognizant agency assignments for the largest cities and counties are published in the Federal Register

 
  CFDA Number
catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance

 
  Competitive Grant
is one in which eligible applicants are solicited to submit concept papers. At the conclusion of the solicitation period, all received concept papers are assessed and ranked. The highest ranked applicants are then eligible for an award upon their completion of all necessary administrative requirements. Their award amount may be linked to their ranking.

 
  Contract
entered into by the agency making the award and the recipient or subrecipient; may be a public agency, nonprofit or profit making agency

 
  Cooperative Agreement
awards to states, units of local government or private organizations at the discretion of the awarding agency; these agreements are utilized when substantial involvement is anticipated between the awarding agency and the recipient during performance of the contemplated activity

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  Direct Costs
expenses under the grant that can be identified specifically for project activities and are generally staff, consultant expenses, equipment, travel for project staff, and supplies purchased directly for use on a specific project

 
  Discretionary Grants
made to states, units of local government, or private organizations at the discretion of the awarding agency; most discretionary grants are competitive and usually have limited funds available and a large number of potential recipients

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  Eligibility Criteria
circumstances which must be met by applicant to apply for grant funds

 
  Expenditure Period
the time period during which obligations can be paid after the close of the grant period

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  Federal Cognizant Agency
federal agency providing the most federal assistance to the recipient of the funds; federal agency with whom the indirect cost rate is negotiated

 
  Fiscal Year
year of operation and designated by the calendar year in which it endsExamples: Federal Fiscal Year 2000 is October 1, 1999 to September 30, 2000 — State Fiscal Year is July 1, 1999 to June 30, 2000

 
  Formula Grant
funds provided to specified grantees on the basis of a specific formula prescribed in the legislation or regulation

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  Grantee
the agency awarded the grant and has the responsibility for the program and fiscal management of the grant; may be referred to as the recipient

 
  Grant Monitoring
visit to grant recipient to review programmatic and financial records and internal control procedures

 
  Grant Period
time specified in the Notice of Availability of Funds and/or contract during which costs may be charged against the grant

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  Indirect Cost
expenses that are not readily identifiable with a particular grant or contract and are generally expenses related to administration and facilities

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  Match
the recipient share of the project costs; match may be “in-kind” or “cash”; in-kind includes the value of donated services; cash includes actual cash spent by the recipient and must have cost relationship to the federal award that is being matched

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  Non-Competitive
is one in which the eligible applicants are pre-identified for an award. Applicants must then complete all necessary administrative requirements to receive their award. The award amount is often specified for each identified applicant.

 
  Notice of Availability of Funds
notice published in the New Jersey Register notifying the public of the grant program and outlines requirements and filing deadlines (NAF)

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  Obligations
legal liability to pay under a grant, subgrant, and/or contract for services or goods incurred during the grant period

 
  Obligation Period
the time period during which project expenses can be incurred and is identified as the grant period

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  Pass-Through
states must give a % of the grant they receive to local governments, combination of local units, or other specified groups or organizations

 
  Prior Approval
written approval by the authorized official as consent prior to a budgetary or programmatic change in the award

 
  Program Requirements
obligations of the grantee to participate in the grant program

 
  Project Income
all income, including interest earned on subgrant funds or as a result of programs supported by grant funds; must be reported and be used to support further project activities (if allowed under Program Guidelines)

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  Resolution
required of all local units of government to apply for grant funds and/or incorporate those funds in the local budget

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  Sources of Funds
other funds in the applicant agency’s operating budget which are dedicated to the same purposes as the proposed project

 
  Special Conditions
qualifications or restrictions made to the subgrant award

 
  Subgrantee
the individual and/or organization that receives funds from the direct grantee agency for a particular project, delivery of goods and services; may be referred to as subrecipient

 
  Supplanting
deliberately reducing state or local funds because of the existence of federal funds

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  Unallowable Activities and Costs
project activities and expenses outlined in the Program Guidelines which cannot be included in the budget

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