Federal Grant Opportunities
An explanation of Federal Grant Opportunities on GovTribe, and annotated description of related pages
A Grant is an award of financial assistance from a federal agency to a recipient to carry out a public project or service authorized by a United States law. Unlike loans, grants do not need to be repaid. Most grants are awarded to state and local governments.
The Federal Grant Opportunity data on GovTribe is acquired daily at 6:00am Eastern Standard Time, from a single source: grants.gov.
To access the Main Federal Grant Opportunities Search Page:
The Federal Grant Opportunities Search Page will be displayed, which allows you to view and access Federal Grant Opportunities sourced by GovTribe.
Please refer to the following for details on how to use this page to search for opportunities:
The following image describes this page and its features and functionality. Note the following:
To access a Federal Grant Opportunity’s Detail Page:
Step 1. Go to: Main Menu >> Opportunities >> Federal Grant Opportunities (take me there), then click on the Title of any Grant Opportunity listed (or its View button).
The Federal Grant Opportunities Detail Page will be displayed.
This section displays details and relevant information about the grant opportunity, as shown below.
This section displays a list of grants that are similar to selected grant, as shown below.
This section displays a list of downloadable files associated with the opportunity, as shown below.