Advantages in Place: Federal Funding

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Proposal success is cumulative, especially when carried out in collaborative networks where data can be shared, partnerships can be forged, learning can take place, different program areas can be linked, and diverse resources can be leveraged. This session gives practical hands-on training on how to engage in a continuous proposal building process including utilizing the catalogue of federal assistance, grants.gov and planning documents to anticipate and prepare for potential opportunities.

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  • Whether at the level of planning councils or in entities that do their own planning (municipalities, schools, workforce development boards, for example), IRN provides a vitally important service by being the entity with the continuous focus and the expertise about federal grant possibilities. When positioned in place, IRN TA and training can match local goals and strategies to current and coming federal grant opportunities. Such grants can fund the implementation of local strategies.
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