Funding Agency

IMLS - Native American Library Services Basic Grants


Funding Agency

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)


Federal Agency

Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

Agency Overview

The mission of IMLS is to advance, support, and empower America‚Äôs museums, libraries, and related organizations through grantmaking, research, and policy development.


Program Overview

Native American Library Services Basic Grants support existing library operations and maintain core library services.

Agency Contact

For questions about eligibility, your Library Services Plan and project activities, the Digital Product Form, your Budget, including allowability of costs: Sandra Toro, Ph.D., Senior Program Officer, storo@imls.gov, (202) 653-4662

For questions about application requirements and deadlines: Sarah Boonie, Program Specialist,
(202) 653-4761, sboonie@imls.gov

Program Purpose
  • Broadband Infrastructure (e.g., construction)
  • Broadband Adoption
  • Digital Skills Training
  • Public Computer Access
  • Evaluation
Eligible Recipients
  • Tribal Entities

Agency Contact

For questions about eligibility, your Library Services Plan and project activities, the Digital Product Form, your Budget, including allowability of costs: Sandra Toro, Ph.D., Senior Program Officer, storo@imls.gov, (202) 653-4662

For questions about application requirements and deadlines: Sarah Boonie, Program Specialist,
(202) 653-4761, sboonie@imls.gov

FY2019 Funding Amount

$1,960,416

FY2020 Funding Amount

$5.3M for Native American Services including Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funding

Brief Program Description

Native American Library Services Basic Grants support existing library operations and maintain core library services.

Agency
  • Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

Funding Name IMLS - Native American Library Services Basic Grants

Funding Image

IMLS