NIJ FY17 Forensic DNA Laboratory Efficiency Improvement and Capacity Enhancement Program

The goal of the NIJ 2017 Project Based DNA Capacity Enhancement, Unit Efficiency, and Backlog Reduction program is to support and enable long term solutions for more efficient processing, recording, screening, and analysis of forensic DNA and/or DNA database samples and to increase the capacity of public

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forensic DNA and DNA database laboratories to process more DNA samples, thereby helping to reduce the number of forensic DNA and DNA database samples awaiting analysis.

Under this COMPETITIVE program, in general, eligible applicants are given the opportunity, based on their individual needs, to propose a project based solution to enhance the capacity of their DNA laboratory, improve its efficiency, or address a particular subset of backlogged cases for analysis.

Related Programs

DNA Backlog Reduction Program

Department of Justice


Agency: Department of Justice

Office: Office of Justice Programs

Estimated Funding: $4,800,000


Who's Eligible



Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Not Available

Additional Information of Eligibility:
States and units of local government with existing crime laboratories that conduct forensic DNA and/or DNA database sample analysis

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://nij.gov/funding/Documents/solicitations/NIJ-2017-11581.pdf

Contact:
For assistance with this solicitation, contact the National Criminal Justice Reference Service Response Center by telephone at 800-851-3420 or TTY: 301-240-6310 (Hearing impaired only), by e-mail at grants@ncjrs.gov, or by web chat at https://webcontact.ncjrs.gov/ncjchat/chat.jsp. Response Center ho

Agency Email Description:
Technical Support

Agency Email:
grants@ncjrs.gov

Date Posted:
2017-01-11

Application Due Date:
2017-03-13

Archive Date:
2019-11-03



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