Grants Management

The resources below provide guidance for Perkins V grant program management. Topics include grantee requirements and responsibilities, trainings for annual reports, and uniform guidance for grantees.

Native American Career and Technical Education Program (NACTEP) Pre-Application Webinar

Pre-application webinar designed to help interested applicants with the NACTEP application process.

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Town Hall Webinar: Verifying and Documenting Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Baseline Levels under Perkins

Andrew Johnson discusses the MOE requirement and provides examples of verifying and documenting baseline levels.

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Education Stabilization Fund–Reimagine Workforce Preparation (ESF-RWP) Grants Program Pre-Application Webinar

A pre-application webinar for the ESF-RWP grant program was held on Monday, June 29, for state workforce boards to learn more about the grants and how they may apply.

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Town Hall Call: Questions and Answers Regarding the February 6, 2020, Methods of Administration (MOA) Program Memorandum

Representatives from OCTAE and OCR answer questions about the Methods of Administration and Memorandum of Procedures.

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Town Hall Call: Updated Guidance on Methods of Administration

Assistant Secretary Scott Stump introduces the new Methods of Administration and Memorandum of Procedures.

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Town Hall Call: Non-Degree Credentials

Recording of DATE's January 23, 2020 Town Hall Call on Non-Degree Credentials.

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Pathways to STEM Apprenticeships for High School CTE Students Pre-Application Webinar

Webinar designed to help interested applicants with the the application process for the Pathways to STEM Apprenticeship for High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) Students grant opportunity.

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Welcome to the Perkins Collaborative Resource Network!

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) has redesigned the Perkins Collaborative Resource Network to enhance its usability for education professionals.

We welcome feedback about this website. If you have comments, questions, or suggestions about how the organization of the information found here can be improved even more, please send an email to