The LTS Grant Program assists grantees to conduct research to gain
knowledge on improving the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of methods
for evaluation and control of residential lead-based paint hazards.
are not required to provide a match to participate. The
of Funding Availability is published online.
academic institutions, non-profit and for-profit organizations (provided
no fees are charged for services), States, Native American Tribes
and local governments are eligible to apply under this program.
year the OHHLHC awards approximately five grants of up to $1M per
funding opportunity will be announced on HUD's web site. Potential
applicants must register with Grants.govplease
make sure you allow ample time for the registration process. You
will download the Application Package and the Instructions.
Instructions contain required forms that are not available as part
of the application package. All Application materials are included
in the published NOFA. Electronic submission is mandatory
unless the applicant receives a waiver of this regulatory requirement.
Previous year NOFAs
are available in HUD's archives.