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Department of Justice Grants Program Plan

Fiscal Year 2024 DOJ Program Plan

The Department of Justice offers funding opportunities to enhance community safety and trust and improve the criminal, civil, and juvenile justice systems; assist victims of crime; provide training and technical assistance to state, local, Tribal, and territorial government agencies, as well as to community-based organizations; and conduct research and collect national statistics.

The DOJ Program Plan is a tool to help find potential funding opportunities (solicitations) from DOJ’s grant-making Components, the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), and Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). The Program Plan provides summary details of the current and anticipated funding opportunities each DOJ grant-making Component is expecting to release or has released in a particular fiscal year.

To Search, click Use Search Filters, enter the search criteria and then click Show. Click on any solicitation title for more information. From there click Results to return to your Search results or click Use Search Filters to enter new or refined search criteria.  You can filter by the grant-making component or office (i.e., COPS, OJP program offices, and OVW), keywords, eligible applicant categories, and expected release date.

On the solicitation details page, the Opportunity ID will say "TBD" for any program that has not yet been published.  For those that have been published, if you are interested in applying for funding, you can copy the Opportunity ID into the Search box on

Funding amounts in the Program Plan and other relevant information are subject to the availability of appropriations and potential legislative changes and may be updated frequently.

Potential applicants can request to be notified of the release of solicitations and of updates through email subscription services available from the COPS Office, OJP, and OVW. You can also find more details on open opportunities as they become available on these pages: