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INDIAN EDUCATION FORMULA GRANT APPLICATION RESOURCES

Indian Education Formula Grant Application Resources
The Community of Practice website provides applicants year-round, end-user support for all parts of the Indian Education Formula Grant EASIE. It includes pages for Parts I, II, and III (APR) with forms and supporting documentation, webinars and instructional videos. A calendar with upcoming due dates, an announcement section to keep users up-to-date on current issues and many other resources are also available. Find the link here: https://easie.grads360.org.

EASIE 2017 Part I Webinars
To view the EASIE Part I webinar visit: https://easie.grads360.org/#program/easie-part-i. The website also contains the question and answer log and the webinar presentation slide deck.


List of Federally Recognized Tribes
The latest list of Federally Recognized tribes as identified by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. This list was published on May 4, 2016 and remains a valid listing until the next update.
(April 7, 2017)


Partner Support Center Available for EASIE
To contact the Partner Support Center directly for any EASIE matter please contact:

EDFacts Partner Support Center Voice: (877) 457-3336 (877-HLP-EDEN) Fax: (888) 329-3336 (888-FAX-EDEN) TTY/TDD: (888) 403-3336 (888-403-EDEN) Email: EDEN_OIE@ed.gov

(January 14, 2015)


Office of Indian Education Resources and Related Sites




Annual Performance Report Resources

The Office of Indian Education has incorporated an annual performance report requirement into the EASIE application for Indian Formula grant funding. This is required of all award recipients. For more information about the Annual Performance Report visit the Community of Practice website at: https://easie.grads360.org/#program/easie-apr.


Grants Training and Management Resources

The Department of Education recently updated its training resources for recipients of federal education grants. The Office of Indian Education encourages all grantees to become familiar with guidance on administering various aspects of their federal grant. These training modules are free and will give the grantee a wealth of information for topics such as discretionary and formula grant administration, internal controls, cash management, indirect costs and travel. You may access this page at the following link:


EASIE 2017 Webinars
  • 2017 EASIE Part II Webinar Schedule to be Announced Here When Available



   
Last Modified: 04/07/2017