Grant Management Information
In support of its mission, IHS awards grants for more than a dozen programs and is part of the largest grant-awarding agency in the Federal Government. There are two types of grants: non-discretionary and discretionary. IHS awards only discretionary grants
- Discretionary grants permit the Federal government, according to specific authorizing legislation, to exercize judgment, or "discretion," in selecting the applicant/recipient organization, through a competitive grant process.
- Non-Discretionary grants are those that a Federal agency is required by statute to award if the recipient, usually a state, submits an acceptable State Plan or application and meets the eligibility and compliance requirements of the statutory and regulatory provisions of the grant program.
Information for Applicants and Grantees
- Find a Grant:
Find and apply for a grant on-line.
Grants.gov now houses information on planned grant funding opportunities, previously housed at HHS Grants Forecast.
- Program Support Center Guidance
- Tips for Preparing Grant Applications
Learn basic tips for preparing grant proposals.
- IHS Grant Process
Learn about the IHS grants management process and how grants are reviewed.
- Track Obligated IHS Grant Funds
Tracking Accountability in Government Grants through the TAGGS Web site.
Grants Policies, Laws, and Regulations
- Grant Management Forms (OMB)
- Limited English Proficiency (OCR)
- Federal Assistance Listings, formerly the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)
- Federal Register (GPO)
- Legal Resources (GAO)
- Human Research Protections (OHRP)
- Research Integrity (ORI)
- Single Point of Contact (SPOC) List (OMB)
- HHS Office of Grants Policy, Oversight and Evaluation