• BroadbandUSA: Introduction to Effective Public-Private Partnerships

    This publication provides an overview of common broadband partnerships, the factors communities should consider in developing a successful partnership model, and tips and best practices NTIA has observed through its oversight of $4.5 billion in broadband grants to public, private and joint projects across the country.

  • NTIA Broadband Adoption Toolkit 2013

    In May 2013 NTIA released a Broadband Adoption Toolkit based on the field-tested practices of recipients from the Sustainable Broadband Adoption and Public Computer Center grant categories. The Toolkit is a guide to planning and carrying out effective adoption programs with a wide variety of audiences, including youth, low-income, and seniors. It includes chapters on planning a new program, designing outreach and communications activities, setting up training classes, and choosing engaging curriculum. It also has links to detailed examples, tools, and videos that can save time and resources for program developers.

  • BroadbandUSA: Guide to Federal Funding of Broadband Projects

    NTIA’s BroadbandUSA initiative presents this guide to key federal programs that offer funding for broadband-related projects. NTIA intends this guide to answer questions from communities on how to access federal funding to support broadband planning, public access, digital literacy, adoption, and deployment.

  • Department of Justice: Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG)

    The JAG Program is the primary provider of federal criminal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions and supports a range of program areas including law enforcement, prosecution and court programs, prevention and education programs, corrections and community corrections, drug treatment and enforcement, crime victim and witness initiatives, and planning, evaluation, and technology improvement programs.

  • Institute of Museum and Library Services: Grants to States

    Recipients partnered with community organizations to provide services and programs, including access to electronic databases, computer instruction, homework centers, summer reading programs, digitization of special collections, access to e-books and adaptive technology, bookmobile service, and development of outreach programs to the underserved. Base amount $680,000 each for each states , Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia; $60,000 for the U.S. Territories

  • National Archives and Records Administration (NARA): NARA Grants Program

    The NHPRC is the grantmaking affiliate of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). You can apply for grants for collecting, preserving, and publishing documents and archives.

  • Department of Transportation: America's Marine Highway Program

    To lead the development and expansion of the Marine Highway system and facilitate its integration into the U.S. transportation system.

  • National Archives and Records Administration (NARA): National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) Grants

    The NHPRC is the grant making affiliate of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).