NationalWay can provide a choice of solutions, whether you want to fund a new project or update an existing one. Loans, grants, and equity investments are the three primary sources of finance made accessible through NationalWay. These financing alternatives are tailored to match the requirements of non-profits, enterprises, and government agencies across the United States. However, it is crucial to note that not all initiatives qualify for financing, and certain projects may not qualify.
Whether your study aims to make healthcare more accessible or improve safety, the Health Services Research Program (HSRP) will assist you in obtaining the necessary financing. The program supports a diverse array of research initiatives, including feasibility studies, pilot projects, secondary analysis of existing data, and the creation of novel research methodologies—the program awards funding to hospitals, other healthcare facilities, commercial corporations, and non-profit organizations.
To be eligible for the HSRP program, your initiative must demonstrate that it has the potential to increase healthcare access significantly. Additionally, funding will be made available for healthcare research initiatives in underprivileged or rural locations. A research study is qualified for financing if it incorporates a novel technology or approach for data analysis.
Applicants must be qualified entities (for example, a state, local government, special purpose district, or tribal government). An eligible organization may submit several eligible projects under a single program, provided that each suitable project meets the program's eligibility requirements for which it is filed.
The INFRA program is open to highway freight, freight rail, intermodal freight projects, and projects within international border crossing locations. The Federal contribution for INFRA-funded projects is 80 percent. Funds from the INFRA may also be utilized to improve animal crossings or maritime highway corridors.
The combined application procedure for the Multimodal Project Discretionary Grant (MPDG) is based on Appendix I of Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 200. This paper summarises the Department's objectives, selection criteria, and reporting requirements for performance.
The TIFIA program, the Mega (National Infrastructure Project Assistance) grants program, and the INFRA program is three financing options for which applicants may submit proposals. A project must establish its significance and resolve recognized deficiencies or program set-asides to be eligible for financing under these programs. In addition, the project must fulfill standards for regional diversity. In addition, applicants must provide all non-Federal financial commitments as an appendix to their submissions.
The Senior Review Team (SRT) is in charge of application evaluation. The SRT may reject an application if it determines that a project does not fulfill the qualifying conditions or is neither "Highly Recommended" nor "Not Recommended."
Additionally, the SRT assesses initiatives to see whether or not they will create national or regional advantages. Applicants must demonstrate that their proposal will expand tourism access and create new employment. Additionally, the initiative must show that it will boost affordability in underserved populations. Additionally, the project must handle equitable concerns, such as the usage of DBEs.