American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Funding opportunities are available to faculty and staff members and/or institutions through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Signed into law by President Barack Obama on February 17, 2009, the act authorizes grants for research, development, and training. Read More »
Updated (April 1, 2010)
How to use this website
This website is organized by federal agency. Each opportunity is described briefly and includes one or more links to grant-specific information. Opportunities are listed as information becomes available and will be updated as details are disseminated.
The CFDA number refers to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, a compendium of federal funding programs.
The website includes links to the Recovery Act web pages for each federal agency as well as additional links related to Recovery Act funding.
Grants have technical requirements that include on-line submission of applications, many via the Grants.gov web portal; application and budget forms; and data requirements such as a DUNS number. Contact your campus’ office of sponsored research (see additional links) as soon as possible for assistance in addressing these requirements.
Visit the website for CUNY research scientists, developed by The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
Federal agency websites provide general information about funding allocated by the Recovery Act stimulus bill. »
Federal Agency Recovery Websites
For further information or comments about these grant opportunities, contact Burt Sacks, Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Management Services: firstname.lastname@example.org