Sale, Exchange, or Donation of Property and Goods Federal Grants

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Boston African-American National Historic Site Cooperative Agreement with the Museum of African American History
The National Park Service and the Museum of African-American History are entering into a cooperative agreement to partner for the express purpose of furthering the preservation and interpretation of the African Meeting House and the Abiel Smith...

Redwood National Park Cooperative Management with the State of California
To exchange goods and services to be used by the Secretary of the Interior and the State of California for cooperative management of lands within Headwaters Forest, Redwood National Park, and proximate State lands. Develop joint operating procedures...

Homeland Security, Research, Testing, Evaluation, and Demonstration of Technologies
To provide funding and/or property for the purpose of conducting research, testing, evaluation, and demonstration of national preparedness and homeland security technologies intended to identify, counter, or respond to terrorist threats.

Homeland Security Biowatch Program
The BioWatch Program is a Federally managed, locally operated early warning system that is designed to detect the intentional release of select aerosolized biological agents. The BioWatch Programís mission is to deploy, sustain, and maintain a...

Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design
To use visual arts programs and a nation-wide art contest to teach students in kindergarten through high school environmental science, wildlife management, wetlands ecology, and the importance of habitat conservation.

Homeland Security Research, Development, Testing, Evaluation, and Demonstration of Technologies Related to Nuclear Threat Detection
Support the PPD-8 objective of prevention related to terrorist acts involving nuclear or radiological materials, or weapons using these materials. Support basic and applied research to develop new capabilities to combat the threat of nuclear...

Food for Peace Development Assistance Program (DAP)
To improve access, availability and utilization of food in food insecure environments abroad. The priority for Title II development programs is a focus on improving household nutrition and health status, especially in children and mothers, and on...

Food for Peace Emergency Program (EP)
To improve access, availability and utilization of food in food insecure environments abroad. The priority for Title II emergency programs is to prevent hunger and malnutrition in food insecure areas or countries.

Commodity Supplemental Food Program
To improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods, which are distributed through public and non-profit private local agencies such as food banks and community action...

Good Neighbor Next Door Sales Program
The purpose of the Good Neighbor Next Door Sales Program is to improve the quality of life in distressed urban communities. This is to be accomplished by encouraging law enforcement officers, teachers, and firefighters/emergency medical technicians,...

Cultural Resource Management
To manage and protect cultural resources on the public lands and to increase public awareness and appreciation of these resources. Most of these lands are located in the Western United States and Alaska.

Sale of Federal Surplus Personal Property
To sell personal property no longer needed by the Government in an expeditious, economical and efficient manner and to obtain the maximum net return from sales. General Services Administration conducts the sale of personal property for most of the...

Disposal of Federal Surplus Real Property
To assist State and local governments, and certain eligible (501(c)(3) tax-exempt status) non-profit organizations with acquiring surplus Federal real property for various public uses that benefit communities.

Single Family Property Disposition
To sell the inventory of HUD-acquired properties in a manner that expands home ownership opportunities, strengthens neighborhoods and communities, and ensures a maximum return to the FHA mortgage insurance fund.

Disposal of Federal Surplus Real Property for Parks, Recreation, and Historic Monuments
FLP: To transfer surplus Federal real property for state and local public park and recreation use; HSPP: To transfer Federal historic real property to state and local governments for historic preservation purposes.

Standard Reference Materials
Standard Reference Materials are certified and issued by NIST to develop accurate methods of analysis; to calibrate measurement systems used to: (1) facilitate the exchange of goods, (2) institute quality control, (3) determine material performance...

Dollar Home Sales
To expand HUD's partnership with local governments in helping to foster housing opportunities for low-to-moderate income families and address specific community needs.

Surplus Property Utilization
To convey or lease all surplus Federal real properties made available by the disposal agency which are needed and usable by eligible organizations and institutions to carry out health programs, including homeless assistance programs.

Donation of Federal Surplus Personal Property
To donate Federal personal property no longer required for Federal use to public agencies and qualifying nonprofit entities in order to maximize the use of Federal property and reduce the cost of State and local government.

Federal Real Property Assistance Program
To convey surplus Federal Real Property for educational purposes at fair market value.

Laboratory Equipment Donation Program
To assist United States institutions of higher education in equipping their science and engineering laboratories for energy-related research and/or instructional purposes.

Federal Surplus Property Transfer Program
To facilitate the possible no cost conveyance, by the General Services Administration, to State and local governments, of surplus real and related personal property determined by the Attorney General to be required for correctional facility use,...

Veterans Prescription Service
To provide eligible veterans and certain dependents and survivors of veterans with prescription drugs and expendable medical supplies from VA pharmacies upon presentation of prescription(s) from a VA provider or VA authorized provider.

Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) is a nutrition assistance program that may be operated, at the request of a Tribe or Indian Tribal Organization (ITO) on an Indian reservation, approved areas near a reservation, or...

Veterans Prosthetic Appliances
To provide, through purchase and/or fabrication, prosthetic and related appliances, equipment and services to eligible veterans so that they may live and work as productive citizens.