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1 CTAS-FY 2012 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation

2 “We are committed to helping strengthen and sustain safe and healthy American Indian and Alaska Native communities with a funding process that is responsive and coordinated. This effort to streamline the grant application process, with multiple purpose areas, offers tribes and tribal consortia an opportunity to develop a comprehensive and community-based approach to public safety and support for victims.” Associate Attorney General Tom Perrelli.

3  Office of Justice Programs (OJP)  Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)  Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)  Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)  Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office)  Office on Violence Against Women (OVW)

4  A comprehensive planning grant purpose area  A customizable Excel™ Budget and Demographic worksheets in GMS  A broader scope of the permitted legal authorizing documentation, but required at time of application  Additional demographic data questions to improve the understanding of the uniqueness of each tribe  A question-and-answer purpose area template to make the solicitation more user friendly

5  PA #1: Public Safety & Community Policing - Tribal Resources Grant Program (TRGP) … COPS Office A-Hiring B- Equipment/Training  PA #2: Comprehensive Planning Demonstration Program….BJA/OJP

6  PA #3: Justice Systems, and Alcohol and Substance Abuse )….BJA/OJP A - Tribal Courts Assistance Program (TCAP) B - Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Program (IASA)

7  PA #4: Corrections & Correctional Alternatives on Tribal Lands Program (CSCATL)….BJA/OJP  PA # 5: Tribal Sexual Assault Services Program (TSASP)…. OVW

8  PA #6: Violence Against Women Tribal Governments Program….OVW  PA #7: Children’s Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities….OVC/OJP  PA #8: Comprehensive Tribal Victim Assistance Program….OVC/OJP

9  PA #9: Juvenile Justice Tribal Juvenile Accountability Grant Program (TJADG)….OJJDP/OJP  PA #10: Tribal Youth Program (TYP)….OJJDP/OJP

10 Questions?

11  Grants.Gov-  COPS-  OJP-  OVW-

12  All Federally-recognized Tribes  Alaska Native Villages and Corporations  This includes Tribal Consortia consisting of two or more federally-recognized Tribes

13  Purpose Area 1 – Applicants must have an established law enforcement agency, an existing contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for law enforcement services, or an existing contract with a state or local agency for law enforcement services.  Purpose Area 6 - Tribal designees are eligible participants for certain activities.

14  Must be submitted by the deadline  Must meet the eligibility criteria  Must Include the following:  Tribal Community & Justice Profile  Executive Summary  Tribal Narrative Profile

15  Purpose Area Narrative for each Purpose Area for which the applicant is applying  Project/Program Timeline for each Purpose Area for which the applicant is applying or one combined timeline for all Purpose Areas for which the applicant is applying  Documentation of Tribal Authority to Apply

16  Budget Detail Worksheet and Narrative including Demographic Form  Tribal demographic data to better capture and describe the unique characteristics of each tribe

17  Indirect Cost Rate Agreement (if applicable)  Other Attachments (as needed)  Application will not be forwarded for further review without required information

18 Questions?


20  Acquire a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number well in advance of applying, if you do not already have one  Obtaining a DUNS number may take several weeks  Acquire or renew registration with the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database well in advance of applying

21  Note: Only one application per Tribe or Tribal consortium will be accepted  An application can be revised in GMS up until the application deadline, April 18, 2012 (9PM EDT)  If multiple applications are submitted, only the last one submitted will be considered  Applicants who cannot submit an electronic application should call the Response Center to inquire about hardcopy submission

22  Solicitation:  Opened January 18, 2012  Closes 9pm Eastern Daylight Time April 18, 2012  Hard copy applications must be postmarked by April 18, 2012  DOJ expects to award grants no later than September 30, 2012

23  Peer reviewers follow criteria as they review each section of an application  Tribal Community & Justice Profile (40%)  Purpose Area Narrative (40%)  Budget Detail Worksheet & Narrative, and Demographic Form (15%)  Project/Program Timeline (5%)

24  DOJ will identify a number of applications to be funded in a comprehensive manner across all of the purpose areas requested.  An application is considered comprehensive if the Tribe or Tribal consortium is requesting funding in at least 5 purpose areas to address the overall and connected Tribal public safety, criminal, or juvenile justice or victimization issues.  If the Tribe or Tribal consortium chooses this option, your application must explain how these multiple funding requests will work together to address tribal concerns.


26  Anne Beamon: (202)  Priya Sarathy Jones: (202)  James A. Smith: (202)

27 PA 2&3 - Trish Thackston : (202) PA 4- Julius Dupree: (202)

28  Melissa Schmisek: (202)  Michelle Brickley: (202)  Kevin Sweeney: (202)

29  Kimberly Woodard: (202)  Beverly Fletcher:  Lorraine Edmo:

30  Tanya Miller : (202)  Chris Holloway: (202)

31  Kathleen Gless: (202)  Chris Holloway: (202)

32  Patrick Dunckhorst: (202)  Kara McDonagh: (202)

33 Questions on CTAS-FY 2012?

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