FEDERAL ONLINE RESOURCES
This site allows organizations to electronically find and apply for more than $400 billion in federal grants and register for email notification of grant opportunities.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
This is the federal government's listing of all of its grant programs. Grant seekers can search all of the CFDA's grant programs by keyword or by CFDA number.
Federal Business Opportunities - FedBizOpps
Lists notices of proposed government procurement actions, contract awards, sales of government property, contract awards, and other procurement information.
The Federal Register is the government's daily newspaper.
Provides the day-to-day proceedings of the Senate and House of Representatives.
Code of Federal Regulations
This is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the federal government.
Listing of Federal Depository Libraries
These grant management circulars produced by the federal Office of Management and Budget outline grant related accountability standards.
United States Government Manual
This is the handbook of the government. It describes all federal agencies and provides names of officials.
This grants network from the Department of Health and Human Services contains information on HHS and other federal grant programs. Grant seekers also can search laws, regulations, and policies affecting HHS grants by keywords. In addition, the service contains directories of HHS employees, federal granting offices, grants management staff, and grant program personnel.
The National Technical Information Service's FedWorld links users to many federal agency bulletin boards. With the click of the mouse or the touch of a key, users can be hooked to any of the bulletin boards that provide a wealth of information on all facets of the federal government.
This site, named for Thomas Jefferson, provides legislative information.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Home Page
NTIA's site provides information, guidelines, and answers to the most frequently asked questions about its grant programs and contains information on past grantees and contacts for similar federal K-12 grant programs.
This is the National Science Foundation's electronic grant submittal system.
This is the Department of Education's portal site for electronic grants. From e-grants you may access all of the Department's web-based grant systems.
Community of Science (COS)
This Web site provides information on federally-funded research in the U.S.
Federal Agency Internet Mailing Lists
Several federal agencies have internet mailing lists to electronically disseminate news about their activities and services. Subscribing to these listserves will help you keep up to date on federal funding opportunities. The following is a list of some of the federal agencies that provide this type of service.
STATE AND GOVERNMENT RESOURCES ONLINEState and Local Government on the Net
PRIVATE-SECTOR GRANT RESOURCES ONLINE
The Foundation's Center's online service provides resources helpful in the grant seeking process, including information on its resources and services, its philanthropy news digest, and basic guidelines on how to research funding opportunities. It also provides links to grant making foundations, corporations, and local funders on the Internet.
Foundation Center Library's Regional Collection
Council on Foundations
Fundsnet Online Services
Grantmaker Web Sites
Sample of Some Professional Organizations, Service Clubs and Nonprofit Organizations that Award Grants
National Science Teacher's Association
National Tree Trust
Internal Revenue Service
To obtain information from tax returns of private foundations (IRS forms 990-PF and 990-AR) try the following sites.
GENERAL PROSPECT RESEARCH - RESEARCHING AND IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL DONORS ONLINE
All the Web
Millions of pages of searchable information
Database of more than 850,000 U.S. nonprofits including foundations.
American City Business Journals
This site provides information on private companies and business owners.
This site lists stock ownership information from indexed SEC filings.
Visit this site to see all the recent trades on a user-specified stock.
This site provides users money in politics databases.
Prospect Research Online
INTERESTING SITES FOR NONPROFITS
Internet Nonprofit Center
This site offers resources and advice to nonprofit organizations on technical assistance needs.
Nonprofit Charitable Organizations
FUNDING SOURCE DATABASES
Sponsored Programs Information Network (SPIN)
Database of federal and private funding sources for sponsored research and creative activities
Illinois Researcher Information Service (IRIS)
Database of funding opportunities containing records on over 8.000 federal and nonfederal funding opportunities in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities
Database providing information on more than 10,000 funding opportunities in the U.S.
Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects (CRISP)
Maintained by the Office of Extramural Research at the National Institutes of Health, CRISP isa searchable database of federally funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals and other research institutions.
This is the Foundation Center's database on CD-ROM. It covers over 70,000 foundations, corporate givers, and grant-making public charities. It also provides links to over 3,900 grantmaker and corporate Web sites and expanded application guidelines for 6,700 funders.
The Chronicle's Guide to Grants
This database presents all corporate and foundation grants listed in the Chronicle of Philanthropy since 1995.
Taft's Prospector's Choice Provides profiles of nearly 10,000 foundations and corporate giving programs. http://www.taftgroup.com
Big Online America
A comprehensive source for fundraising information, opportunities, and resource for charities and non-profits.
ADDITIONAL ONLINE RESOURCES
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA)
Society of Research Administrators International (SRAI)
American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
This site contains curriculum resources for educators and provides information on products to improve K-12 math an science teaching and learning. It also has links to several other grants-related resources on the Internet.
The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
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