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FY 2023 WIC Modernization Grant – Notice of Funding Availability

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DATE: May 22, 2023
SUBJECT: FY 2023 WIC Modernization Grant – Notice of Funding Availability
TO: All FNS Regional Offices
All FMNP State Agencies

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (PL 117-2, ARPA) provided the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) with $390 million to carry out outreach, innovation, and program modernization efforts to increase participation and redemption of benefits in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).

As part of the WIC innovation and modernization efforts to be funded under ARPA, FNS is supporting planning and implementation projects focused on enhancements that improve the WIC participant experience, as evidenced by enhancing the WIC shopping experience, increasing participant enrollment, reducing unnecessary administrative burden for both participants and administrators, including through data matching to streamline enrollment, and retaining eligible participants while improving equity.

The Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) is providing up to $100 million in non-competitive funding for WIC state agencies for the types of projects and activities listed in this announcement (see Attachment 1: Allowable Uses of Funds and Project Types). This notice of funding availability (NOFA) supersedes the following previously announced opportunities for state agencies:

  1. FY 2023-24 WIC Shopping Experience Improvement Planning Grant NOFA
  2. FY 2023-24 WIC Shopping Experience Improvement Implementation Grant NOFA
  3. FY 2023-24 Technology for a Better WIC Experience: Communications, Data, and Metrics Planning Grant NOFA
  4. FY 2023-24 Technology for a Better WIC Experience: Communications, Data, and Metrics Implementation Grant NOFA

This purpose of this NOFA is to simplify the award process relating to the earlier NOFAs by providing funding in a more streamlined manner in recognition of the current challenges state agencies are facing as they transition out of the public health emergency. Under this NOFA, all 89 WIC state agencies are eligible to receive funding to carry out WIC modernization projects consistent with the goals and timelines of this notice. The amount of funding available to each state agency is specified in Attachment 3: Funding Amounts by State Agency. To ensure award, the FNS-529 will be sent to each state agency, already signed by each state agencies’ respective regional office. The state agency must return the 529 signed with a wet signature in blue ink. While funds will be obligated to state agencies via the FNS-529 Grant Award Agreement, grant award recipients will not have access to their funds until all required documentation had been provided and approved, to include a SF-424, Grant Application Package and related project plan template.

Eligibility and Funding Levels

Under this NOFA, up to $100 million is available for WIC modernization projects. All state agencies will receive a base grant of $750,000. In addition to each state agency’s base grant, pro rata funding will be provided based on each state agency’s share of the 2022 caseload. See Attachment 3: Funding Amounts by State Agency for exact amounts.

These grants will be awarded and managed by FNS’ regional offices. The FNS regional program offices will provide ongoing technical assistance to state agencies. As part of FNS’ grants management oversight, FNS will coordinate with WIC state agencies, subsequent to award, to ensure that SF-424 application packages and related project plans reflect the use of funds outlined in Attachment 1: Allowable Uses of Funds and Project Types. Project plan templates, similar to those included in the superseded NOFAs, will be provided after award to provide state agencies the opportunity to detail the WIC modernization activities to be carried out with associated timelines and activities. FNS retains the right to adjust awards downward if appropriate documentation is not received after award.

Period of Performance

The period of performance for this grant is from May 24, 2023 through Sept. 30, 2027. State agencies will have until Sept. 30, 2027 to fully obligate this funding. Funds must be liquidated during the subsequent 120-day closeout period.

Grant Agreement (FNS-529)

As earlier noted, funding of these awards will be provided through the grant award/letter of credit process. The awards will be made via an FNS-529 Grant Award Agreement between FNS and the grantee, with accompanying terms and conditions. A fully executed FNS-529 form, with accompanying terms and conditions, will serve as the official grant agreement. State agencies must sign and return the signed FNS-529 provided with this notice with a wet signature in blue ink.

Please see the attachments for allowable uses of funds, regional points of contact, reporting requirements, and other critical requirements of these funds.

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)

The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance number for this grant project award is: 10.557 (WIC).

If you have questions on this grant opportunity, please contact your respective FNS regional office GMAS POC (see Attachment 2: Additional Grant Information and Award and Reporting Requirements, which also outlines reporting requirements that will be associated with these grants).

Director, Office of Innovation
Supplemental Nutrition and Safety Programs
Director, Grants and Fiscal Policy Division
Financial Management


Attachment 1: Allowable Uses of Funds and Project Types

All expenditures charged to these grants must be reasonable and necessary and comply with 2 CFR Part 200 (Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards). Funding under this notice supports planning and implementation projects focused on WIC modernization projects. State agencies are encouraged to use human centered design to plan for and/or implement projects to improve communication and/or reduce the burden on WIC participants, applicants, and/or eligible individuals by allowing them to interact with the program more easily; reduce the burden on local agency and clinic staff by streamlining operations related to the participant experience; define measures to assess participant satisfaction and experience; embed mechanisms for continuous participant feedback in line with government-wide standards for customer experience; embed data collection efforts to enable evaluation and continuous learning; and improve the shopping experience.

This funding may be used for a wide range of planning and implementation activities. Funds may be used to hire staffing resources (including, but not limited to, project managers, grant writers, and/or technical staff), and/or to secure vendors. State agencies may also use funding for introductory research activities with WIC participants to identify which allowable activities should be prioritized to best serve participants.

Allowable project types for this grant opportunity include:

A. Text Messaging
State agencies may use funding for projects that allow participants to engage with WIC through channels (i.e., methods of communication) that are easier and more convenient for them, such as text messaging. State agencies may also use funding for projects that reduce the burden of new channels on clinic staff, such as upgrading text messaging tools to interface with their MIS for a more seamless experience. Projects should consider security, as well as any associated costs to participants (e.g., fees per text).

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • One-way text communication
    • Benefit expiration reminders.
    • Appointment reminders.
    • Recertification reminders.
    • Nutrition education.
  • Two-way text communication
    • Appointment reminders with an option to confirm or reschedule.
    • Secure document submission.
    • Interactive nutrition education and breastfeeding promotion or support.
  • Improving communication effectiveness
    • Testing and refining messages to improve participant understanding and satisfaction, increase response rate, and/or incorporate new message types.
    • Providing text message support in additional languages.
  • MIS updates
    • Integration of text messaging solutions with MIS in order to trigger automatic reminders and/or improve case management.
    • Updates to MIS to store communication channel preferences (e.g., phone, text, email) and/or language preferences.
  • Business process updates
    • Updating state agency, local agency, and/or clinic policies, procedures, and processes to support the effective use of text messaging.
    • Training staff on new tools and/or business processes.

B. Mobile Phone Support
State agencies may use funding for projects that support improving access for participants, applicants, and eligible individuals accessing web-based resources using mobile devices. For participants who may not have internet access at home and solely use their mobile phone to access the internet to browse and explore WIC services, projects in this realm may focus on making WIC websites mobile-friendly.

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • Updating web-based program information and resources to be mobile-responsive and easy to use and navigate when accessed via a mobile phone.
  • Updating web-based program information and resources to use a design system with built-in accessibility and mobile-responsiveness, such as the U.S. Web Design System.

C. Online Application and Appointment Scheduling Tools
State agencies may use funding for online applications and for tools, such as online or text message scheduling tools, that allow participants to enroll in WIC and schedule appointments without needing to call during clinic hours. These tools are convenient for participants with busy schedules. These tools can remove phone wait times for contacting WIC, send necessary certification information and documents, and schedule appointments, making it easier for participants to enroll in and remain active in WIC.

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • Online applications (or pre-application features such as contact forms and/or document uploaders).
  • Online or text message-based appointment scheduling for certification, nutrition education, and other appointment types.
  • Integrating online applications and/or automated appointment scheduling and/or messaging platforms into MIS.
  • Updating business processes and training to support the effective use of online application and scheduling tools.
  • Developing a WIC portal or website where participants can log in and manage WIC services.

D. Plain Language and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Support
State agencies may use funding to develop or improve participant-facing tools and resources to use plain, participant-friendly language that is more easily understood by participants. State agencies may also use funding to invest in tools, resources, and services to better serve people with limited English proficiency. State and local agency materials written in plain language(see and in the languages needed to serve eligible individuals within the state agency’s jurisdiction promote equity and make it easier to access benefits and services. Development of materials for and with users is encouraged.

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • Updating digital and printed resources to participant-friendly, plain language. Examples include:
    • Program overview information.
    • Enrollment information and application materials.
    • Shopping resources.
    • Nutrition education and breastfeeding promotion and support materials.
    • Referral information for other federal and state benefit programs (e.g., Medicaid, SNAP, Affordable Connectivity Program).
  • Integrating any FNS-published plain language guidance into MIS.
  • Updating the MIS and/or eligibility screening tools, resources, and business practices to implement plain language best practice recommendations for race, ethnicity, and voter registration questions.
  • Obtaining localized in-person and/or virtual interpreter support as a more personal complement to phone translation services.
  • Translation of digital and printed materials into multiple languages (including materials across various media types, e.g., voice tracks or captions for videos).
  • Developing culturally tailored materials in native languages (i.e., rather than translating from English).
  • Updating the MIS to record language preferences.

E. Data Analysis, Visualization, and Ongoing Measurement
State agencies may use funding for:

  • Gathering metrics necessary to develop and/or update data analysis and visualization tools in order to improve the state agency’s ability to analyze, share, and leverage data to support and improve program initiatives.

    Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

    • Updating MIS or other technology tools to gather program performance measures, such as number of participants served by key categories, recertification rates, benefit utilization, and data at the local agency level.
    • Developing dashboards, reports, or data visualizations to aid with the analysis of program performance; identify trends, patterns, and outliers; and aid with decision-making about program improvements.
    • Making performance data public to share key data insights across a variety of stakeholders and promote accountability for program performance.
    • Updating business processes to use data to promote continual improvement.
  • Including mechanisms to continually collect participant feedback and define measures used to assess the participant experience. This includes participant surveys at every stage of the WIC process to evaluate key services such as the initial application, certification experience, breastfeeding promotion and support, and nutrition education. In FY 2023 or FY 2024, FNS will provide resources on metrics based on Executive Order 14058: Transforming Federal Customer Experience and Service Delivery to Rebuild Trust in Government. This Executive Order provides a framework for development of metrics and survey questions to obtain participant feedback; additional information specific to customer experience measurement can be found in OMB Circular A-11, Section 280.

F. Publicly Available Data Sets
State agencies are encouraged to use funding to publish and regularly update publicly available (“open”) data sets in machine-readable formats (i.e., CSV, APIs). Publishing data in a machine-readable format can enable third parties to develop applications or services that complement FNS and WIC state agency efforts to expand enrollment and increase equity in delivery, such as:

  • Enabling consumer mapping sites (e.g., Google Maps, Bing Maps, Apple Maps) to support search queries for nearby WIC clinics and vendors.
  • Enabling the development of new WIC shopping apps or features, and ensuring that current shopping apps are up to date with the latest WIC vendor and authorized food information.
  • Supporting crisis response and disaster preparedness efforts.
  • Enabling other federal, state, tribal and local government agencies to ingest WIC data for better service delivery, including referrals between programs.
  • Supporting development and customer experience testing of tools and resources used by community organizations and advocates to connect eligible individuals with nearby WIC clinics.

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • Publishing and regularly updating open data sets of locations of WIC clinics.
  • Publishing and regularly updating open data sets of services provided at each WIC clinic (e.g., certification, breastfeeding support).
  • Publishing and regularly updating open data sets of locations of WIC authorized vendors.
  • Publishing and regularly updating open data sets of WIC authorized foods (e.g., APLs).
  • Updating existing locator tools to use the new, open data sets so that results from state tools and third-party tools provide consistent results.

G. Improve WIC Shopping Experience
State agencies are encouraged to pursue projects with the goal of improving the WIC shopping experience in the grocery store and reducing disparities in program delivery.

Project suggestions include, but are not limited to:

  • Hiring project management and support staff to assist with online shopping projects.
  • Implementing or expanding self-checkout.
  • Providing shopping related resources to individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP), including translation of WIC approved food lists/cards into additional languages.
  • Helping WIC participants find supplemental foods in store (e.g., by improving shelf labels, working with vendors to develop a “store within a store” model where WIC-eligible products are grouped together, developing store maps, and/or coordinating strategic product placement, providing in person shopping training, implementing a shopping help hotline, developing video tutorials).
  • Improving vendor customer service to WIC participants (e.g., through the development and/or deployment of WIC-specific cashier training programs and/or updating general vendor training curricula, to include customer service specific training).
  • Making participant-centered changes to expand variety and choice, including improving approved product lists (APLs) and communication materials (e.g., state agency WIC-approved food lists/cards, websites).
  • Improving UPC/PLU collection efforts to ensure that WIC approved foods are not rejected in the checkout line.
  • Improving vendor complaint reporting procedures to ensure meaningful, participant-centered resolutions.
  • Implementing online shopping solutions.
  • Implementing mobile pay solutions.
  • Enabling CVB use at farmers and farmers’ markets.
    • Please note a waiver request is required for state agencies choosing to implement CVB concurrently under this project: 7 CFR 246.12(b).
  • Other innovative solutions to improve the WIC shopping experience.

State agencies should use the Blueprint for WIC Online Ordering Projects (the Blueprint) for all online shopping projects. The Blueprint is an iterative, informational resource for statewide EBT WIC state agencies and their partners working to implement online ordering and internet-based transaction projects.

H. Additional Technology and/or Human Centered Design Projects
State agencies may use funding for planning additional technology and/or human-centered design projects with the goal(s) of increasing participant enrollment and retention and improving equity. This includes MIS enhancements, implementation of the WUMEI, and implementation of requirements related to the Food Delivery Portal (FDP). State agencies are strongly encouraged to use human centered design to plan for and/or implement projects, as appropriate. Projects must fall into one of the categories outlined in this memo to be eligible for funding under this grant opportunity.

I. Data Matching to Improve Outreach and Streamline Certification
State agencies may use funding for data sharing activities that support targeted outreach and streamlined certification processes aimed at increasing WIC participation and retention. State agencies are encouraged to implement data sharing agreements to:

  • Facilitate Targeted Outreach: Identify and conduct targeted outreach to income-eligible individuals using participation data sourced from adjunctive and/or automatic income eligibility programs.
  • Leverage Adjunctive and Automatic Eligibility: Use data available from applicable programs to determine adjunctive or automatic eligibility in preparation for or during certification and/or recertification to reduce the burden on applicants and participants to provide this information.
  • Simplify Collection of Certification Documentation: Streamline the document collection process for certification, including proof of identity, residency, automatic/adjunct eligibility (see above), income, and/or referral data, from available sources to reduce participant burden.
  • Streamline Collection of Nutritional Risk Data: Source additional nutrition risk data, such as anthropometric measurements (height and weight or length) and bloodwork (hematological test for anemia) from external programs or entities (e.g., healthcare providers or information exchanges) to increase the efficiency of the enrollment and nutrition assessment processes and reduce participant burden.
  • Include WIC in Adjunct Program Applications: Develop joint applications for adjunctive programs that include WIC as an option.

See WIC Policy Memorandum #2023-5 for additional guidance on allowable data sharing activities and WIC Policy Memorandum #2023-6 for additional guidance on streamlining certification.

Attachment 2: Additional Grant Information and Award and Reporting Requirements

Regional office points of contact (POCs):

FNS Regional Office Grants Management Administrative Services POC Program POC
Mid-Atlantic Regional Office
Midwest Regional Office
Mountain Plains Regional Office
Northeast Regional Office Michelle.D'
Southeast Regional Office
Southwest Regional Office and
Western Regional Office

Award Application Requirements:

Subsequent to award, grantees will be required to provide a SF-424 Application Package. The SF-424 Application Package will be submitted to the regional GMAS POC listed in the table above. Additionally, state agencies will be provided with an optional template to use to outline key project activities, budget, and timelines. FNS regional program and grants staff will work with each state agency to ensure that a complete plan is on file by Sept. 30, 2023.

Reporting Requirements

Grantees will be required to provide quarterly FNS-908 Performance Progress Reports and quarterly SF-425 Financial Status Reports.

FNS-908 Performance Progress Reports will be submitted via email to the regional office program POC in PDF form. Only pages 1-3 need to be completed. Page 1 contains the applicant’s information while pages 2 and 3 contain 8 questions that should be completed. State agencies are not required to complete anything beyond page 3, including the Program Activities and Objectives. This report must be submitted on a quarterly basis to the regional office program POC listed above. This report allows the grantee to provide periodic project updates to FNS to be reported to the Secretary of Agriculture in accordance with Executive Order 14058. Subsequent to award, FNS will send instructions on completing the FNS-908 Performance Progress Report for these awards.

The SF-425, Financial Status Report must be submitted in FNS’ Food Program Reporting System (FPRS) on a quarterly basis. The title for this report is: PAN-WIC-ARPA-TECH-IMPL.

Final reports will be required for both the FNS-908, Performance Progress Report, and the SF-425, Financial Status Report 120 days after the period performance has ended. For the FNS-908, the grantee shall submit a final summary using the narrative portion of the FNS-908 to include evaluation results of the project as they relate to improving the shopping experience, as evidenced by increasing the redemption of WIC benefits, improving customer satisfaction, and/or improving participant access to vendors, including for underserved communities and individuals.

Throughout the course of the project, FNS will be conducting an evaluation of ARPA-funded projects on WIC outreach, innovation, and program modernization efforts. Per the WIC program regulations at 7 CFR 246.26(k), State and local WIC agencies and contractors must cooperate in studies and evaluations conducted by or on behalf of the Department, related to programs authorized under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act and the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 (42 USC 1786). The grantee must participate in FNS-sponsored research related to the overarching evaluation of ARPA-funded WIC modernization that will be managed by the national program office; this evaluation may include surveys, interviews, and/or focus groups for grantees. The grantee must also be willing to participate in activities to share best practices, such as FNS regional office webinars, roundtables, conferences, etc.

Section 508 Compliance

Deliverables, systems developed, and any WIC shopper-facing technology must be designed to be Section 508 compliant (i.e., software/applications/sites are designed to be interoperable with assistive technology). Chapter 5 of the Revised Section 508 Standards and 255 Guidelines (, outlines the key components to achieve such accessibility and interoperability.

FNS Participation

Grants will be awarded and managed by the FNS regional offices. The FNS regional program offices will provide ongoing technical assistance to state agencies via the quarterly FNS-908 Performance Progress Reports and the GMAS offices will provide quarterly reviews of the FNS-425 Financial Status Reports. These reports are designed to monitor the grantee’s project activities and ensure costs are within project plan. Regional FNS program office staff may also provide periodic on-site and off-site technical assistance to provide evaluation and guidance on project activities and outputs as they relate to this project, including:

  • Review of project plans and milestones;
  • Review of project documents;
  • Evaluation of technology, including systems and/or apps;
  • Other technical assistance and program evaluation related to project objectives.

Attachment 3: Funding Amounts by State Agency
State Agency Average Participation Share of caseload Base Grant Amount ProRata Share Grant Amount
Connecticut 46,765 0.747% 750,000 $248,384 $998,384
Maine 16,847 0.269% 750,000 $89,478 $839,478
Massachusetts 115,589 1.846% 750,000 $613,936 $1,363,936
New Hampshire 13,641 0.218% 750,000 $72,453 $822,453
New York 387,415 6.189% 750,000 $2,057,708 $2,807,708
Rhode Island 16,189 0.259% 750,000 $85,984 $835,984
Vermont 11,199 0.179% 750,000 $59,480 $809,480
Virgin Islands 2,633 0.042% 750,000 $13,984 $763,984
Indian Township, ME 46 0.001% 750,000 $244 $750,244
Pleasant Point, ME 35 0.001% 750,000 $184 $750,184
Delaware 17,758 0.284% 750,000 $94,320 $844,320
District of Columbia 11,640 0.186% 750,000 $61,824 $811,824
Maryland 118,783 1.897% 750,000 $630,901 $1,380,901
New Jersey 146,668 2.343% 750,000 $779,009 $1,529,009
Pennsylvania 158,228 2.528% 750,000 $840,406 $1,590,406
Puerto Rico 91,961 1.469% 750,000 $488,441 $1,238,441
Virginia 121,132 1.935% 750,000 $643,379 $1,393,379
West Virginia 33,972 0.543% 750,000 $180,439 $930,439
Alabama 108,661 1.736% 750,000 $577,137 $1,327,137
Florida 410,739 6.561% 750,000 $2,181,592 $2,931,592
Georgia 191,689 3.062% 750,000 $1,018,131 $1,768,131
Kentucky 108,667 1.736% 750,000 $577,174 $1,327,174
Mississippi 66,395 1.061% 750,000 $352,647 $1,102,647
North Carolina 258,158 4.124% 750,000 $1,371,177 $2,121,177
South Carolina 86,233 1.377% 750,000 $458,018 $1,208,018
Tennessee 114,799 1.834% 750,000 $609,742 $1,359,742
Choctaw Indians, MS 771 0.012% 750,000 $4,095 $754,095
Eastern Cherokee, NC 608 0.010% 750,000 $3,232 $753,232
Illinois 155,525 2.484% 750,000 $826,054 $1,576,054
Indiana 151,510 2.420% 750,000 $804,725 $1,554,725
Iowa 55,987 0.894% 750,000 $297,366 $1,047,366
Michigan 200,223 3.198% 750,000 $1,063,460 $1,813,460
Minnesota 99,741 1.593% 750,000 $529,761 $1,279,761
Ohio 160,145 2.558% 750,000 $850,588 $1,600,588
Wisconsin 84,350 1.347% 750,000 $448,016 $1,198,016
Arizona 130,073 2.078% 750,000 $690,865 $1,440,865
Arkansas 56,008 0.895% 750,000 $297,479 $1,047,479
Louisiana 84,438 1.349% 750,000 $448,480 $1,198,480
New Mexico 32,169 0.514% 750,000 $170,862 $920,862
Oklahoma 63,731 1.018% 750,000 $338,501 $1,088,501
Texas 698,986 11.166% 750,000 $3,712,579 $4,462,579
Utah 37,457 0.598% 750,000 $198,946 $948,946
Inter-Tribal Council, AZ 6,657 0.106% 750,000 $35,360 $785,360
Navajo Nation, AZ 4,273 0.068% 750,000 $22,698 $772,698
Acoma, Canoncito & Laguna, NM 301 0.005% 750,000 $1,598 $751,598
Eight Northern Pueblos, NM 189 0.003% 750,000 $1,003 $751,003
Five Sandoval Pueblos, NM 143 0.002% 750,000 $760 $750,760
Isleta Pueblo, NM 945 0.015% 750,000 $5,020 $755,020
San Felipe Pueblo, NM 169 0.003% 750,000 $898 $750,898
Santo Domingo Tribe, NM 122 0.002% 750,000 $649 $750,649
Zuni Pueblo, NM 457 0.007% 750,000 $2,429 $752,429
Cherokee Nation, OK 4,938 0.079% 750,000 $26,228 $776,228
Chickasaw Nation, OK 3,596 0.057% 750,000 $19,101 $769,101
Choctaw Nation, OK 5,440 0.087% 750,000 $28,894 $778,894
Citizen Potawatomi Nation, OK 1,411 0.023% 750,000 $7,496 $757,496
Inter-Tribal Council, OK 566 0.009% 750,000 $3,006 $753,006
Muscogee Creek Nation, OK 2,273 0.036% 750,000 $12,073 $762,073
Osage Tribal Council, OK 3,930 0.063% 750,000 $20,872 $770,872
Otoe-Missouria Tribe, OK 233 0.004% 750,000 $1,239 $751,239
Wichita, Caddo & Delaware (WCD), OK 4,018 0.064% 750,000 $21,342 $771,342
Colorado 77,997 1.246% 750,000 $414,274 $1,164,274
Kansas 44,209 0.706% 750,000 $234,812 $984,812
Missouri 83,666 1.336% 750,000 $444,383 $1,194,383
Montana 13,825 0.221% 750,000 $73,431 $823,431
Nebraska 35,243 0.563% 750,000 $187,191 $937,191
North Dakota 9,848 0.157% 750,000 $52,304 $802,304
South Dakota 13,728 0.219% 750,000 $72,912 $822,912
Wyoming 6,723 0.107% 750,000 $35,709 $785,709
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, CO 131 0.002% 750,000 $698 $750,698
Omaha Sioux, NE 197 0.003% 750,000 $1,044 $751,044
Santee Sioux, NE 38 0.001% 750,000 $202 $750,202
Winnebago Tribe, NE 99 0.002% 750,000 $523 $750,523
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, ND 251 0.004% 750,000 $1,333 $751,333
Three Affiliated Tribes, ND 119 0.002% 750,000 $633 $750,633
Cheyenne River Sioux, SD 484 0.008% 750,000 $2,572 $752,572
Rosebud Sioux, SD 855 0.014% 750,000 $4,542 $754,542
Northern Arapahoe, WY 160 0.003% 750,000 $848 $750,848
Shoshone Tribe, WY 93 0.001% 750,000 $492 $750,492
Alaska 13,761 0.220% 750,000 $73,092 $823,092
American Samoa 3,919 0.063% 750,000 $20,814 $770,814
California 936,127 14.954% 750,000 $4,972,126 $5,722,126
Guam 5,334 0.085% 750,000 $28,333 $778,333
Hawaii 25,855 0.413% 750,000 $137,323 $887,323
Idaho 29,030 0.464% 750,000 $154,189 $904,189
Nevada 51,973 0.830% 750,000 $276,047 $1,026,047
Oregon 74,184 1.185% 750,000 $394,019 $1,144,019
Washington 121,676 1.944% 750,000 $646,265 $1,396,265
Northern Marianas 2,796 0.045% 750,000 $14,849 $764,849
Inter-Tribal Council, NV 601 0.010% 750,000 $3,193 $753,193
TOTAL 6,260,143 100% 66,750,000 $33,250,000 $100,000,000
Updated: 05/22/2023