The US DOT is holding an online seminar to assist TIGER II grant applicants.
The U.S Department of Transportation (USDOT) is sponsoring an educational seminar pertaining to the TIGER II Discretionary Grant program. Entitled “Lessons on How to Compete For a DOT Discretionary Grant,” the seminar will be held on Tuesday, May 18, and will also be simulcast through the DOT web site at http://www.dot.gov/. There is no registration fee, however, online registration for in-person attendance is required by May 12.
The purpose of the seminar is to identify the key elements of competitive applications, to provide information on developing benefit/cost analyses, and to present information on the program’s processes. The seminar will also discuss information outlining the next round of discretionary grant awards (TIGER II) for the $600 million USDOT received in the FY2011 Appropriations process.
Further event details and registration information can be found at: Lessons on How to Compete For a DOT Discretionary Grant. If you have any questions, contact the seminar’s coordinator: Lachaundra Graham, Phone: 202-366-6011, E-mail: TigerGrants@dot.gov.