Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 1994

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DIANE Publishing, 1994 - 1250 pages
Shows how you can qualify for the billions of Federal dollars available through grants from the U.S. Gov't. A comprehensive listing of over 1,200 Gov't. grants & assistance programs for practically every conceivable area from: adult education to disease research, from community development to environmental programs, & more. 4 indexes. Each grant listing includes: program objectives & goals; types of assistance offered; eligibility requirements; examples of funded projects; & criteria for selecting proposals.

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