The Department of Justice’s grant-making components issued revised guidance on April 22, 2021 regarding conditions on certain Department grants. Consistent with Executive Order 13993, an April 14, 2021 Attorney General memorandum, and relevant grant-making statutes, the Department informed grant recipients and applicants that they will continue receiving certain Department grants without making certifications related to 8 U.S.C. § 1373 and associated matters as a precondition. The Department will also cease giving priority consideration to grant applicants that accept conditions similar to those requirements.
Once you receive an award notification that your application was selected for funding, it's time to get to work. The OJP Recipient Resources provide instructions and training from implementing to closing your award.
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- Legal Notices
- OJP Grants Overview
- OJP Training Guiding Principles for Grantees and Subgrantees
- JustGrants Login
- JustGrants Informational Website
- JustGrants Training
Financial and Grant Reporting Resources
- Real Property Reporting resources:
- DOJ Grants Financial Guide
- OJP Financial Guide
- Guide to Procurement Procedures for Recipients of DOJ Grants and Cooperative Agreements
- Policy and Guidance for Conference Approval, Planning, and Reporting
- FFATA Subaward Reporting Webcast
- Federal Financial Report (SF-425) User Guide for OJP
- Federal Financial Report (SF-425) for COPS Office
- Audit Confirmation Request Form
- Grant Performance Measurement and Progress Reporting Information