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Win More Grant Funding Opportunities

Enhance your tribal nation’s grant application process.

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  • Writing grants has not been prioritized by the tribal nation.
  • The tribal nation is unable to start, finish, and/or continue priority projects or initiatives as it does not have sufficient funds.
  • Grants are applied to in an ad hoc manner by employees who do not have sufficient time and resources to dedicate to the process.

Our Advice

Critical Insight

There are three critical components to the grant application process:

  • Being strategic about the grant opportunities your nation chooses to pursue.
  • Dedicating sufficient time and resources to writing a competitive grant application.
  • Ensuring your nation will be able to adhere to the grant parameters if awarded the funding.

Impact and Result

  • By leveraging Info-Tech’s methodology, your tribal nation will strategically select, write, and submit competitive grant applications, securing additional funding sources to support the community.
  • This research can enhance the grant writing capabilities of the nation and ensure that every grant chosen aligns with tribal nation priorities.
  • This blueprint will drive consensus on which grant applications should be prioritized by the nation, ensuring resourcing, feasibility, and significance are considered.

Win More Grant Funding Opportunities Research & Tools

Start here – read the Executive Brief

Read our concise Executive Brief to find out why you should enhance your tribal nation's grant application lifecycle and how you can increase the number of grants your nation is awarded. Review Info-Tech’s methodology and understand the four ways Info-Tech can support you in completing this project.

1. Identify Opportunities

Identify grant funding opportunities that align with your tribal nation's priorities. Ensure the programs, services, projects, and initiatives that align with these priorities can be financially supported by grant funding.

2. Grant Prioritization

Prioritize applying for the grant opportunities that your tribal nation identified. Be sure to consider the feasibility of implementing the project or initiative if your tribal nation is awarded the grant.

3. Write the Grant Application

Write a competitive grant application that has been strategically developed and actively critiqued by various internal and external reviewers.

4. Submit the Grant Application

Submit an exemplary grant application that meets the guidelines and expectations of the granting agency prior to the due date.

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Enhance your tribal nation’s grant application process.

About Info-Tech

Info-Tech Research Group is the world’s fastest-growing information technology research and advisory company, proudly serving over 30,000 IT professionals.

We produce unbiased and highly relevant research to help CIOs and IT leaders make strategic, timely, and well-informed decisions. We partner closely with IT teams to provide everything they need, from actionable tools to analyst guidance, ensuring they deliver measurable results for their organizations.

What Is a Blueprint?

A blueprint is designed to be a roadmap, containing a methodology and the tools and templates you need to solve your IT problems.

Each blueprint can be accompanied by a Guided Implementation that provides you access to our world-class analysts to help you get through the project.

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Guided Implementation 1: Identify Opportunities
  • Call 1: Discuss your tribal nation’s current grant writing capabilities and be introduced to the methodology.​​
  • Call 2: Determine your nation’s priorities. Search for potential funding opportunities.

Guided Implementation 2: Grant Prioritization
  • Call 1: Input information about grants and identify which grants will be prioritized.
  • Call 2: Discuss the prioritized list with leadership and pursue funding opportunities selected.

Guided Implementation 3: Write the Grant Application
  • Call 1: Sketch out your grant application.
  • Call 2: Conduct a SWOT analysis to critically assess the draft for improvement.
  • Call 3: Solicit feedback on the draft from internal and external reviewers.

Guided Implementation 4: Submit the Grant Application
  • Call 1: Submit the application. Follow up with the grant agency and/or program officer once you’ve been notified of the grant outcome. Ask for feedback.
  • Call 2: Have a retrospective meeting to discuss the feedback to improve future grant endeavors.


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  • Jack Greenshields, Sales Development, Foundant Technologies
  • George McClellan, IT Director, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians
  • Raquel Chee, Grants Administrator, Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation
  • Regina Begay, Court Administrator, Tohajiilee/Alamo District Court
  • Stephanie Henning, Senior Policy Analyst, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary – Management, U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Jean Rice, Senior Program (Broadband) Specialist, U.S. Department of Commerce's NTIA Federal Communications Commission
  • Amy Gates, Director of IT, Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort
  • Three anonymous contributors
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