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Capital Outlay Training Slides and Presentation

Watch the presentation or download the slides.

EDA Announces Notice of Funding Opportunity for Regions Impacted by Natural Disasters

Locations in New Mexico will qualify under FEMA's DR-4652-NM disaster declaration.

EDA Announces University Center Funding

EDA's Austin Region, which includes New Mexico is eligible for this funding.

EDA Roundtable Celebrates Good Jobs Challenge and Santa Clara Pueblo Indigenous Communities Awards.

Representative Teresa Leger Fernandez, Department of Commerce Undersecretary Alejandra Castillo, and Santa Clara Pueblo Governor Michael Chavarria joined the event.

Everything You Need to Know about Capital Outlay!

Important Capital Outlay Dates are...

Federal Grants Workshop

Federal Grant Opportunities under the Inflation Reduction Act, Bipartisan Infrastructure Legislation, and CHIPS Act -- Fall 2023 NM Federal Grants Management Bureau

Learn from Housing Toolkit Webinar 9/28/22

Learn from 7 housing case studies in New Mexico and Colorado

NCNMEDD Hosts Broadband “Brown Bag” to Discuss Regional Broadband Opportunities

NCNMEDD held a recent “Brown Bag” discussion on Broadband, “Connecting with Opportunities” featuring a look at two of the larger upcoming opportunities and more...

NCNMEDD to provide grant writing support through HB2 JR

Assistance can be requested to develop and write grant applications and proposals, including project scopes of work and budgets. Technical scopes of work that require engineering expertise can also be supported.

Senator Heinrich visits NCNMEDD in August.

Senator Heinrich with NCNMEDD staff.

Three EDA Awards Announced for our Region, including NCNMEDD Good Jobs Challenge!

EDA Awards $6.4 Million to Develop Healthcare and Construction Workforce Training Program in Northern New Mexico Through American Rescue Plan Good Jobs Challenge

U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $4.4 Million in American Rescue Plan Funds to Boost Tourism and Workforce Training Opportunities for Tribal Communities in New Mexico

$2.4 million awarded to Taos Pueblo and $2 million awarded to Picuris Pueblo

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