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GovCon, Commerce Business Daily:
Users can search the Commerce Business Daily to learn about government contracts up for bidding in a number of different areas.

Grant Resources on the Web:
Contains links to online databases for federal grants, foundations, grant writing, electronic publications, and electronic news groups.

Join Together Online, Funding News:
Contains information about grants and funding opportunities, particularly for SA program development. Lists current opportunities, and archives funding announcements.

National Institute on Drug Abuse:
The mission of the NIDA is to lead the nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction.

National Institutes of Health Funding Opportunities: Grants:
Information about NIH grant programs and special initiatives, application kits, and current RFPs and contracts.

National Network of Libraries of Medicine:
This page provides links to several grant writing resources. The links are very useful for locating funding opportunities and writing grant proposals.

Resources for New Investigators Website:
Contains links to help new researchers with the NIH grant application process, institute-by-institute policies regarding new investigators and a detailed explanation of how grants are reviewed by the Center for Scientific Review.

This site contains two online resources for drug abuse researchers: (1) FEDIX: database of Federal research and educational opportunities (search by government agency); (2) MOLIS: database of information about research and education in minority-serving institutions. Includes a database of scholarships and fellowships.

Small Business Funding Opportunities:
Contains descriptions and guidelines for Small Business Innovative Research and Small Business Technology Transfer grants, funded by the NIH.

Substance Abuse Policy Research Program:
This program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is an investigator-initiated research program that funds multidisciplinary research related to tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drug policy.



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