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Developmental Disabilities


Requests for Applications
Effective June 21, 2016, the Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities has released Requests for Applications for Formal and Opportunity Subawards.
The deadline for applications to be received in the Council office is
5:00 PM on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
Formal Subawards
2016 Employment RFA.pdf
Formal subaward application instructions must be requested from the Council office. Please call 402-471-2330 or email dhhs.ddplanningcouncil@nebraska.gov.
Opportunity Subawards
Subaward Required Forms and Information
The Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities awards federally assisted subawards to subrecipients that promote the goals and objectives outlined in the five-year state plan. Eligible applicants are profit and nonprofit entities, state agencies, institutions of higher education, or local subdivisions of government. Two types of subawards are awarded:
  • The Council sets aside $40,000 annually for Opportunity Subawards. These awards do not exceed $10,000 and are awarded twice a year. Generally requests for applications (RFAs) go out in December and June with the one year subawards beginning in April and October.

  • The Council awards Formal Subawards annually. Typically, these subawards range in funding from $20,000 to $50,000. Formal Subawards are responses to specific RFAs and are generally issued by the Council in the spring and awarded in August.

Subawrd announcements will be posted on this Website or can be mailed upon request by contacting our office.

Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities
Department of Health and Human Services
301 Centennial Mall South
PO Box 95026
Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-5026
Phone: 402-471-2330
Telecommunications for the Deaf
Phone: 402-471-9570
Email:   dhhs.ddplanningcouncil@nebraska.gov


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