Tribal Management Grant (TMG) Program
The Tribal Management Grant (TMG) Program provides grants to tribes and tribal organizations to:
- Establish goals and performance measures for current health programs
- Assess current management capacity to determine if new components are appropriate
- Analyze programs to determine if tribes and tribal organizations management is practicable
- Develop infrastructure systems to manage or organize programs, functions, services, and activities
The TMG Program consists of four project types:
- Feasibility study
- Evaluation study
- Health management structure
Applicants may submit applications for one project type only.
Funding priorities, listed in order, are:
- Any Indian Tribe that has received federal recognition (including restored, funded, or unfunded) within the past 5 years, specifically received during or after March 2013, will be considered Priority I.
- Federally recognized Indian T/TOs submitting a new application or a competing continuation application for the sole purpose of addressing audit material weaknesses will be considered Priority II. Priority II participation is only applicable to the Health Management Structure project type.
- Eligible Direct Service and Title I recognized Indian T/TOs submitting a new application or a competing continuation application will be considered Priority III.
- Eligible Title V Self-Governance recognized Indian T/TOs submitting a new application or a competing continuation application will be considered Priority IV.
Indian tribes and tribal organizations are eligible to apply.
Award range: $50,000 - $100,000
Total funds available: $2,412,000
Anticipated number of awards: 18
Links to the full announcement and online application are available on grants.gov.
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.