You are viewing a Web site, archived on 13:55:47 Oct 16, 2004. It is now a Federal record managed by the National Archives and Records Administration.
External links, forms, and search boxes may not function within this collection.
National Institute of Justice - The Research, Development, and Evaluation Agency of the U.S. Department of Justice   NIJ
Funding Opportunities  
What's New
About NIJ
Funding Opportunities
Contact NIJ
NIJ-Related Sites
Solicitation Archive
Fiscal Year 2004
Fiscal Year 2003

Current Solicitations bullet Forthcoming Solicitations
Getting Startedbullet Post-Award Information

Acrobat Reader logo

To view PDF files, download a free copy of Acrobat Reader.
Be the first to know! Sign up for email notification of new funding opportunites through FedGrants.gov, the site that lists solicitations available from all Federal agencies and lets you sign up to be notified when the Department of Justice issues a solicitation.

Current Solicitations

  • Data Resources Program 2004:
    Funding for the Analysis of
    Existing Data
    Due Date: October 23, 2004

  • Fast Capture Fingerprint/Palm Print Technology
    Due Date: November 8, 2004

  • W.E.B. DuBois Fellowship Program
    Due Date: February 1, 2005

  • Graduate Research Fellowship: 2005
    Due Date: September 15, 2005

Back to Top

Forthcoming Solicitations

Note: Further details will be available when the solicitation is released. To maintain fair and open competition, NIJ staff cannot discuss solicitations until then.

  • Communication Technology

  • Correction Technology

  • Developing a Comparative Metric for Assessing the Suitability of Less-Lethal Weapons

  • DNA Expansion Demonstration/Evaluation

  • Drugs and Crime

  • Electronic Crime Research and Development

  • Enhanced Tools for Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and Vehicle Borne IED Defeat

  • Establishment of a Research Center in Civil Justice

  • Evaluations of Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Earmarks

  • Forensic DNA Research and Development

  • General Forensics Research and Development

  • Impact of Sexual Victimization in Corrections

  • Information Led Policing

  • Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Victimization in Corrections

  • Less-Lethal and Pursuit Management Technologies

  • Research and Evaluation in Community Corrections

  • Sensors, Surveillance, and Biometric Technologies for Criminal Justice

  • Situational Aspects of Crime

  • Technology to Combat Violence Against Women

  • Terrorism and Transnational Crime Research

  • Violence Against Women Research and Evaluation
Back to Top

Getting Started

You must submit your application using the Office of Justice Programs' automated Grants Management System. Paper applications will not be accepted. We suggest you begin the process as soon as possible. To start, go to http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/fundopps.htm.

Three types of documents can be uploaded to an application package: PDFs, Word Documents, and Text Documents.

Materials You'll Need

Back to Top

Post-Award Information

Back to Top