TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (TA)
Technical assistance is available for ANA grant applicants and for funded grantees.
TA is delivered in two ways:
• Electronic technical assistance (ETA) is provided virtually-by phone, email, teleconference, or other electronic means.
• Onsite TA is provided face-to-face. One of the Alaska Region’s TA specialists will come to visit your project.
TYPES OF TA
We help provide technical assistance with your community-based project. We help you prepare for the challenges, navigate the process, and manage your projects after acquisition. We can also help organizations re-evaluate and prepare if they were not awarded.
Click on the sections to find out more and request technical assistance. If you aren’t sure, just click below for more info.
PRE-APPLICATION (PRE-APP) ETA
Applicants receive an in-depth review of their draft application prior to being submitted to ANA. Pre-Application eTA is provided throughout the year; however, Pre-Application eTA is concentrated around application due date periods. To ensure adequate time to review your project, please request eTA as soon as possible. For Pre-Application eTA, ANA requires that the application is at least 75% complete.
The ANA Alaska Region T/TA Center can provide up to 16 hours of application review per program application.
Priority for Pre-App eTA is provided on a first come, first serve basis to applicants who submit their 75% complete application documents.
UNFUNDED APPLICANTS ETA
Assistance is provided to an unfunded applicants by strategizing ways to improve the application or project concept for resubmission.
POST AWARD ON-SITE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (TA)
Post Award on-site TA is provided at the grantee’s project site and involves a thorough review of the project challenges and the provision of guidance and recommendations for successful project completion.
Please notify your Program Specialist and/or the Alaska Region T/TA Manager if you need on-site technical assistance.
We provide eTA to ANA grantees upon request from ANA by providing assistance on currently funded social, economic, environmental, and language preservation projects. This type of eTA may include the development of a Project Improvement Plan.
ANA Resource Links
We strongly encourage you to view the ANA National Resources Library first as it contains materials, tools, and the latest ANA guidance.
ANA National Links
Post Award (Grantee)
- ANA National Resource Library
- Information for New Grantees
- OMB Grants Management Circulars
- HHS Grants Management Policy Sources
- Native American Programs Act
- Grant Amendments Handbook
- Reporting Requirements
- Division of Payment Management
- Grant Solutions
- Logging in and Navigating in Grant Solutions
- Grantee Best Practices
- Language Grantee Best Practices