The Community Aid & Accountability Section provides oversight and implementation of federal and state funded financial assistance programs and grants. This section monitors and ensures statutory and regulatory compliance of recipient entities; including municipalities, tribes, non-profit community associations, state agencies and other entities.
The Community Aid and Accountability Section provides communities with state and federal financial aid for the delivery of local public services while ensuring the communities meet all state and federal eligibility standards. Our goal is to provide advice, technical assistance, training and other resources to assist communities with local financial and government administration issues.
Community Resilience and Climate Adaptation Programs provide Alaskan communities with technical assistance, tools, training and funding to become healthier, stronger and more resilient to natural hazards and to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Grants Administration is responsible for a variety of state and federal grant programs including disbursement of grant funds to Alaskan communities and businesses. Services are provided to municipalities, tribal governments, nonprofit organizations, state agencies, and other entities. Grants staff are located in DCRA offices in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau.
Serve Alaska, in partnership with the Corporation for National and Community Service, brings AmeriCorps programs to Alaska. The Serve Alaska sub-grantees operate in almost every region of the state, bringing much needed support and training to rural and urban Alaska.
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