Fiscal Year FY 2023
- The Native Hawaiian Education (NHE) program is currently holding a FY 2023 grant competition. The deadline for transmittal of applications is May 15, 2023.
- For more information, please review the notice inviting applications here.
- In the NIA, we indicated that the deadline for transmittal of applications is April 13, 2023. However, we corrected the deadline for transmittal of applications to May 15, 2023. Please access the correction notice here.
- The application package (including submittal instructions) for the FY 2023 application can be accessed on Grants.gov here.
- For general questions related to the application process, please contact NHE Program Staff at Hawaiian@ed.gov.
General Applicant Tips
- Fiscal Year 2023 Applicant Technical Assistance Webinar:
- Preview the Application: Applicants for Native Hawaiian Education Program competitions must use the government-wide website, GRANTS.GOV, to apply. Applicants will need to download the latest version of Adobe reader (at least Adobe Reader 10.1.14). We strongly encourage you to familiarize yourself with Grants.gov and recommend that you register early and submit early.
- Register Early: Grants.gov registration involves many steps including registration in the System for Awards Management (SAM) and may take five or more days to complete. You must be fully registered to submit an application. For detailed information on the registration steps, please go to the Grants.gov.
- Submit Early: Do not wait until the last day to submit your application! To submit successfully, you must provide the UEI number on the application that was used when you registered as an Authorized Organization Representative (AOR) on Grants.gov. This UEI number is the same number used when your organization registered with the SAM (formally CCR – Central Contractor Registry). If you do not enter the same UEI number on your application as the UEI you registered with, Grants.gov will reject your application.
- Allow Extra Time: You will want to ensure your application is submitted (i.e. has a date/time stamp from Grants.gov before 4:30 pm on the deadline date) AND that the application is processed and validated successfully. Grants.gov processing times may vary, so you need to allow at least 3 days for any unanticipated problems with your submission. If Grants.gov rejects your application, you will need to resubmit before the deadline date and time.
- If you encounter problems using Grants.gov, please contact customer support by calling 1-800-518-4726 or by visiting Grants.gov Support Center.