This page points to two documents listing FY 2010 TIGER capital grants and planning grants, respectively.
The U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration (FTA), launched a new initiative to help ensure that getting a ride to work, day care, or to a medical appointment is no longer an obstacle for veterans or their families. The Veterans Transportation and Community Living Initiative will award grants to local transportation providers and other groups around the country so they can better coordinate and deliver important transit information through "one-call" or "one click" centers.
This document provides procedural guidance to be followed in the award and monitoring of financial assistance awarded by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) with the objective of setting a standardized process for grant processing and management. For the purpose of this manual, financial assistance means the forms of assistance that provide funds to eligible recipients, e.g., grants, cooperative agreements, and assistance-type other transactions. Included in the manual are policies, guidelines, and instructions for performing specific activities associated with all stages of the financial assistance or grants management process.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) has implemented a program to transform and automate the grants payment process. This program will improve online invoice processing activities by having grant recipients submit invoices electronically via a new system called the Delphi eInvoicing System.
The Delphi eInvoicing System is a real-time invoicing tool that improves efficiency and data transparency by reducing the time between invoice submission and payment and by providing grant recipients with accurate invoice status reporting capabilities. The system will be available for invoice submission and processing from 6:00am ET Monday through 9:00pm ET Saturday. System maintenance will occur between 9:00pm ET Saturday through 6:00am ET Monday.
TIGER Planning Grants Highlights 2
WASHINGTON—U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced the availability of approximately $25 million in competitive funding grants to help communities take their first steps in planning future transit options to better connect people to where they live, work and play.
Complete listing of the FY 2010 Tiger Awards.
Formula Block Grants