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Strengthening SNAP: Grant Opportunity for States

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the nation's largest domestic food and nutrition assistance program for low-income Americans. USDA's Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) is committed to enhancing the program and aiding participants. As part of these efforts, FNS is pleased to announce the release of the 2024 Fraud Framework Implementation Grant (FFIG) request for applications, aimed at curbing recipient fraud.

USDA and the Biden-Harris Administration share a common goal to improving program integrity in SNAP, and safeguarding nutrition assistance for low-income Americans.

SNAP Fraud Framework Implementation Grant (FFIG)

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The SNAP FFIGs offer up to $5 million in grants to empower state agencies to advance projects aligned with the seven components of the SNAP Fraud Framework. With a focus on combating emerging threats like card skimming schemes, state agencies are encouraged to submit proposals geared towards prevention, detection, and mitigation of benefit theft.

SNAP anticipates awarding between $150,000 and $750,000 each to up to 9 awardees in August 2024.

Last year's grant awards showcased innovative projects and impactful initiatives to combat recipient fraud. Review the summary of last year's grant awards for more information.

Application Details

The application period for the SNAP FFIG opens on April 23, 2024, and closes on June 24, 2024.

We encourage all eligible state agencies to explore this opportunity and submit applications to help strengthen SNAP operations and ensure eligible individuals and families receive the vital food assistance they need.

For more information and to apply, please visit


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Page updated: April 23, 2024