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A searchable (by subject matter category, by agency, or through tailored advanced searches) database of information on grants made by all federal grant-making agencies is located at http://www.grants.gov/applicants/find_grant_opportunities.jsp
While other grant-making federal agencies may from time to time offer opportunities for university-level education on law, entrepreneurship and innovation, the following federal agency sites might be of particular interest to such faculty working in this context:
For information on entrepreneurship education with particular emphasis on youth entrepreneurship education and links to various governmental and other organizations with potential to offer support, see United States Department of Labor-Office of Disability Employment Office at http://www.dol.gov/odep/pubs/fact/entrepreneurship.htm
State and local governmental agencies (most likely economic development agencies) may also offer grant opportunities.
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