INL will support activities that counter wildlife trafficking in Brazil, Ecuador, and/ or Peru with an aim to build upon partner countries’ civilian criminal justice system's capacities and capabilities by: (1) Increasing the disruption and interdiction of illicit trade, (2) Strengthening
investigative and enforcement functions, (3) Enhancing prosecutorial and judicial capacity, and (4) Developing and implementing cross-border and regional law enforcement coordination and information sharing.
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Bureau of International Narcotics-Law EnforcementEstimated Funding:
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This notice is not a request for applications.
This provides public notice of the Bureau of Reclamation’s intention to fund the following project activities without full and open competition.
This is a modification to an ongoing grant agreement.
This grant provides funding to the NTUA to retain a liaison to provide an O&M perspective during the design and construction phases of the NGWSP.
Now that the recipient is in the completion stages of the project, they have acquired a need to hire a full-time treatment plant operator.
This mod will add a task for the O&M liaison that was retained under this grant.
The Liaison will assist in retaining and training an operator for the first year of operation.
It will be beneficial to allow this addition to this grant to ensure the recipient is capable to perform ongoing O&M on this project once the agreement is complete.Full Opportunity Web Address:https://mygrants.servicenowservices.com/grants?id=grants_funding_opportunity&table=u_domestic_funding_opportunity&sys_id=975029171b0cd8900a76ecace54bcb3f&view=DefaultContact: Agency Email Description:
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2020-04-13Application Due Date: Archive Date: