Submissions for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023’s Congressionally Directed Spending - Deadline April 5
29 Mar 2022
Economy, Federal Budgets, Senator Murray
Submissions for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023’s Congressionally Directed Spending (CDS) program are being accepted now.
Please note the Senate deadline is April 5; House of Representatives is April 1.
Using a provided form, public, Tribal and non-profit entities may submit a request. For FY 2023, there are no funding limitations, and a cap will not be set. NOTE: Those making a submission should be ready to share budget breakdowns and a valid reason for the amount.
Office of Senator Patty Murray - FY23 Congressionally Directed Spending (CDS)
- Open to public, tribal, and non-profit entities only
- portal link: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=yQ08CVqFVEaBVDu8JMTbfpGtuvTE2KBHnCNTU6CApPlUMVlLQ1VMMzBKMFk4WDRTUVkwV0YxNzNFUS4u&wdLOR=cD4E54026-B5D0-48EA-A094-9A407AE264EF
- Deadline: Tuesday, April 5, 2022
- Her office requires that applications submit at least two letters of support form third parties withing the community or communities that benefit from the project if funded; must be sent via PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Derek Kilmer - Appropriations Request 2023
- Only state, local, and tribal governments; publicly owned entities (e.g. ports, universities, PUDs, etc.); and certain non-profit entities with a quasi-government purpose (e.g. Special Districts) are eligible to request Community Project Funding
- Deadline: April 1, 2022
- Portal link: https://kilmer.house.gov/helping-you/appropriations-request
- Evaluation process with independent advisory panel of local stakeholders:
- Create sustained job growth and/or economic opportunity
- Address imminent threats to public health, safety or the environment
- Promote equity and inclusion for underserved populations
- Fulfill unmet federal obligations, including treaty and trust responsibilities to Native American tribes