Grants

New Program Reporting Form & System for 2020-2023 Title VI Grants

ACL has been working on a new data system with features to help Title VI programs review and manage their own data, and allow programs to have more access to their data.

- OAAPS is a new web-based reporting system that will be required for use for Title VI grants beginning 4/1/2021. Check it out here: https://oaaps.acl.gov/app/welcome.
- New PPR form (OMB 0985-0007) with new service unit definitions required for use with Title VI grant period beginning 4/1/2020. Download the new form and instructions here.

Title VI Applications for the 2020-2023 Grant Cycle Now Available

The application for Older Americans Act (OAA), Title VI grant funds for 2020-2023 is now available. All application materials are available on grants.gov and at acl.gov. Completed applications with all required components are due Wednesday, December 18, 2019.

The following are required components for a completed application:
- Signed Tribal Resolution for 2020 Grant Application (Does not apply to Native Hawaiian Organizations);
- Needs Assessment (from April 2017 or newer);
-Completed application form (OMB 0985-0064);
-Map of service area;
-Signed assurances (available in the application form); and
-Signed certification (available in the application form).

ACL will host training and technical assistance opportunities on the application throughout the application period. Please contact your Regional Administrator or the Office for American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian Programs with any questions.

Getting Started Checklist: How to Apply for Title VI Grants

Click here to view the full checklist and learn what you should be doing Right Now, during Summer 2019, and December 2019.


Last modified Nov 4, 2019