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Grants, Program Management and Funding


Request for Applications (RFA)
FY 2018

(July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018)

Office of Adult Education

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Grant Competition

The Office of Adult Education is accepting applications for funds made available through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and State Adult Education funds. All grant applications and related materials are found on this page. Prior to completing the application:

  • Download and read the Instructions and General Information for All Grants
  • Access and review the Application Support Documents. Pay particular attention to-
    • Local Workforce Development Areas and County(ies) Served
    • Map of Georgia- Workforce Development Areas
    • Link to the Local Workforce Development Plans
    • 13 Considerations for Funding
  • Read the Local Workforce Development Plan(s) for the area(s) that you will cover.

Questions regarding the RFA submission process may be submitted below and responses posted.


Applicants will need to use a Windows-based PC computer
as our grant process is designed specifically for the Windows PC platform.

Please refer to page 4 of the Instructions and General Information for All Grants document for the latest edits and updates to the grant application process.

RFA Application Package


Grant Competition Timeline

Instructions and General Information for RFA Competition

Application Forms for All Grant Applications

Application Support Documents

Assurances and Federal Forms for All Applications

Budget Documents

Instructions and Reference

Budget Forms for Adult Education General Grant

Budget Forms for Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education Grant


Submit a question regarding the RFA process HERE.

Review the RFA Frequently Asked Questions and Responses HERE.

 

 
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