GSA implemented a new process to validate an entity’s legal business name and physical address when requesting a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) and for completing a SAM.gov entity registration. Due to a high volume of requests, entity validations are taking longer than expected to process. This validation process is now taking 7-10 business days, and in some cases longer.
OJP strongly recommends starting your SAM.gov registration process as soon as possible to allow the time necessary to process entity validations well in advance of the Grants.gov due date posted in the solicitation. Read this FAQ for more information.
See the Funding Webinars page to learn about upcoming funding webinars and to access materials from previously held webinars.
A number of reference materials are available on the Justice Grants (JustGrants) website to help applicants as they apply for funding from BJA and others within the Department of Justice. See the Training: Application Submission webpage for access to eLearning videos, webinar materials, job aid reference guides, checklists, and more from JustGrants.
As funding opportunities become available from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, they will be included below. Subscribe to NewsFromBJA to receive funding announcements.
FY 2022 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Training and Technical Assistance Program
FY 2022 National Initiatives in Justice and Mental Health: Training and Technical Assistance for Grantees and the Field
FY 2022 Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Program Formula Grant Solicitation
FY 2022 Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Training and Technical Assistance Program
Deadline: June 3, 2022
The program will fund selected sites for the sole purpose of purchasing storage and disposal equipment (including traditional boxes, disposal pouches, and other innovative approaches) to allow law enforcement, first responders, and citizens to safely return and/or destroy unused medicine.
Deadline: June 27, 2022
The purpose of the BVP program is to reimburse states, counties, federally recognized tribes, cities, and local jurisdictions up to 50% of the cost of body armor vests purchased for law enforcement officers.