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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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Cooperative Agreements & Grants

 

General Information

Each year the FDA’s Office of Partnerships (formerly Division of Federal-State Relations) sponsors several competitive grant/cooperative agreement programs related to food and feed safety and human health issues. These grants/cooperative agreements provide Federal-State Agencies with the opportunity to enhance or develop new and existing programs intended to aid in safeguarding products intended for human or animal use.

Grants and cooperative agreements are only available to State, Local and Tribal governments interested in working on research and non-research projects. Grants are designed to support Federal-State governments to diagnose, prevent, cure, treat, or mitigate disease (or other conditions). The maximum grant or cooperative agreement amount and award period is specified in the Request for Applications (RFA).

For more information please contact:

Programmatic Issues

Abe Brown, III

Acting Director, Contracts and Grants

FDA/ORA/OP

Headquarters - DC Metro 


Tel:  301-796-5875

Fax:  301-827-3588

E-mail: Abe.Brown@fda.hhs.gov   

Financial Management Issues

Ms. Kimberly Pendleton

FDA/OAGS/GAAT

Headquarters - DC Metro


Tel:  301-827-9363 

Fax: 301-827-7101 


E-mail:  kimberly.pendleton@fda.hhs.gov  

 

 

    • Please view open funding opportunities and apply before the deadline!

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    • Cooperative agreements are for State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial governments only.

    • CoOp Agreements
    • Grants help fund initiatives that diagnose, treat, prevent, cure or mitigate disease or other conditions.

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