Applying for a TCE Grant

 

Getting Started

The TCE grant opportunity can be found on Grants.gov by searching CFDA Number 21.006 beginning May 1. In order  to apply for the TCE grant all applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements. Refer to the “Eligibility Criteria” section in the Publication 1101 (PDF) for further details.

VITA/TCE Grant Application Process Overview (PDF) - Find grant opportunities and guidance on submitting an application for a grant.

Things you will need

Checklist

The items indicated below should be included in the application.  Please label the application by the names indicated in the Publication 1101 before submission.  

Application Submission

  • Download the application by following system instructions on Grants.gov.  
  • Complete the application as directed in Publication 1101 (PDF).Submit the completed application and all required attachments through Grants.gov.  
  • All applications MUST BE submitted through Grants.gov and must pass validation in Grants.gov on May 31.

Notification of Grant

The Grant Program Office will notify applicants of their acceptance or rejection of a grant award by email. If not awarded a grant, general information is provided on why the applicant was not selected.  Notification is scheduled for early October.

Forms

Additional Resources

Important Links

  • Grants.gov - Online federal grant announcement and application system.
  • Office of Management and Budget - Circulars governing the administrative requirements, cost principles, and audit requirements of a grant award
  • System for Award Management (SAM) - SAM is the primary registrant database of contracts and assistance awards for the federal government and is a free web site that consolidates the capabilities you used to find in CCR/FedReg, ORCA, and EPLS.  
  • Dun & Bradstreet Universal Number - The DUNS number is a means to identify entities receiving federal grants and cooperative agreements. Call 866–705–5711 to learn more

Contact the TCE Grant Program at tce.grant.office@irs.gov

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