Guided by the GLRI Action Plan, the Federal agencies of the GLRI’s Regional Working Group coordinate to select the best combination of programs, projects, and activities to achieve GLRI goals. GLRI funding accelerates environmental progress in the Great Lakes by supplementing their existing funds. Toward that end, the agencies use a variety of tools including interagency agreements, project agreements, negotiated grants and contracts, and competitive awards. Competitive grant solicitations are announced through grants.gov.
Twice annually the Federal agencies of the GLRI’s Regional Working Group identify the projects that they have funded under GLRI.
Summary information about that funding, based on information available as of February 2018, is included in the embedded spreadsheet and in the table below.
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Summary information about GLRI projects in this table is based on the information available as of February 2018.
|Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry||11||$13,813,000||Barry Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Bureau of Indian Affairs||304||$38,713,109||Jessica Koski (email@example.com)|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||5||$3,455,662||Virginia Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|DOT Federal Highway Administration||12||$6,705,858||Brian Smith (email@example.com)|
|DOT Maritime Administration||9||$17,439,781||Carolyn Junemann (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Environmental Protection Agency*||1053||$856,840,322*||Nick Green (email@example.com)|
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration||262||$198,568,179||Rebecca Held (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|National Park Service||101||$36,364,814||Erin Williams (email@example.com)|
|U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||694||$282,859,969||Carl A. Platz (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|U.S. Coast Guard||53||$15,580,261||Lorne Thomas (email@example.com)|
|U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||872||$271,432,702||Annette Trowbridge (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|U.S. Geological Survey||152||$100,738,478||Jon Hortness (email@example.com)|
|USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service||42||$9,401,174||John E. McConnell (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|USDA Forest Service||114||$71,397,860||Nick Vrevich (email@example.com)|
|USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service||272||$152,860,313||Edwin Martinez-Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
*This amount includes funding provided to states, tribes and other governmental entities, as well as funding for Great Lakes Legacy Act work.